Comedian, writer, and actor Asterios Kokkinos joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Must See TV, the new Hobbit themed menu at Denny's, and putting shoes on dogs.
• Light up r/maximumfun with Pokemon/MaxFun mashups.
• Tweet @scandalwriters and get Jordan back on the show!
Bryan Cook, the creator of Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction, joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's past interaction with some shady police officers, new Candyland, and a terrifying crow encounter.
Writer and showrunner Geoff Haggerty joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of magic, nudity in movies and television, Jesse's trip to the bike shop, and Jesse's voice acting.
As the show hits three hundred episodes, Jordan decides to hang up his headphones and leave the world of podcasting behind. However, Jesse and Brian track him down at a cattle auction and play him some great clips from the last one hundred episodes in an attempt to woo him back into the recording booth.
Comedian and writer Andy Secunda joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's fear of going to bed, Andy's terrifying Orca dream, fruit snacks, and Jordan's experience buying wine for Andy's dinner party.
Action Item: Send in your favorite JJGo moments from the last 100 episodes!
Comedian and podcaster Matt Mira joins Jesse and Jordan for a discussion of Jesse and Theresa's new baby, Jordan's Haunted Hayride trip, and Matt's enthusiasm for model trains.
Chris Fairbanks and Karen Kilgariff join Jordan and Jesse for a live episode taped at the LA Podcasting Festival.
Comedian and podcaster Michelle Biloon joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Michelle's terrifying experience with pony rides, Jesse's search for a preschool, and Jordan's bewilderment over an oddly placed billboard. Plus, Bucky Sinister calls in to help judge the Jordan Morris Poetry Contest.
Comedian and writer Hal Rudnick joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Hal's Penn State roots, Jordan's new commercial, and Jesse gives an update on his electronics repair man.
Action Item -- enter the Jordan Morris Poetry Contest on Tumblr!
Comedian Kimberly Clark joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of toasters, placenta eating, and the end of the Zune era.