The sisters are (sadly) home from vacation this week, but good news! They played some old school board games and they're so ready to talk all about them. And, for the first time in Still Buffering history, there's a video companion to this episode of the sisters playing these games on Rileigh's YouTube channel!
Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas
Well friends, the time has come to say farewell to our Produfus Travis! But don't worry, we send him off with an incredible episode! Maybe our best one yet! In Dogs We Met This Week, Bonnie the AussiePoo puppy! This week's Mutt Minute is all about the Standard Poodle! Don't let the name fool you, there's nothing ordinary about it! We are so excited to be joined by Kirby Howell-Baptiste and hear about the dog movie, dog tvshow and all the other animal related projects that she is working on! We also have a very special tribute to Travis that turns in to a big compliment/love fest! We also have this week's Facebook Thread of the Week! It's a great episode, don't forget to share with friends!
Actress Sarah Paulson is best known for playing numerous characters on American Horror Story and Marcia Clark on The People v. O.J., but her acting career started long before either of those roles. She began working as an actor right out of high school and eventually landed roles in movies and TV shows like Law and Order, Serenity, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
Sarah sits down with Jesse to talk about working on The People v. O.J., her first big acting job, and dealing with the ups and downs that come with being a working actor.
Although it was not popular at the time of its release, Shuggie Otis’ album Inspiration Information influenced countless musicians and has been sampled by artists like Digable Planets and J Dilla. Shuggie tells us what went behind the making of his rock/soul classic.
Jesse explains why Paul and Gary O’Donovan’s craic interview is one of the best things to come out of Rio Olympics
Comedian Fatima Dhowre joins us to talk dowries, square dancing, and double features.
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This is not the episode you want to listen to if you're hoping to renew your faith in humanity. Each of the boys lost something dear in the week leading up to this recording, but none so much as Justin, who lost the act of love itself.
Suggested talking points: True LA Crime Stories, Good Trash, Porno Kite, Reconnoiter the Driveway, UNO Moriarty, The Worst Day of Justin's Life
Happy fourth birthday to our show! 2012 feels like forever ago. Just think of how naive we were to worry about the threat of Mitt Romney being elected president! On this episode, Lisa addresses a hater. Emily gives us the deets on her grandma’s 100th birthday party. On Wiki of the Week, we talk BonBon-Land’s Hundeprutterutchebane rollercoaster (Translation: The Farting Dog Switchback). Jessica Gao joins us to tell the tale of her teratoma. On Expert Hour, Laura stops by to talk about love and how to find it.
Hal Lublin joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what JJGo's logline should be, Jesse's reaction to dropping Simon off at Kindergarten, and the best sequel subtitles. Plus, the guys do another round of Patrick Warburton impressions.
When Q appears on the bridge naked and powerless, the Enterprise crew begrudgingly grants him asylum as they troubleshoot an Armageddon-sized problem for a planet in trouble. But as Data teaches him what it's like to be human, one of Q's old nemeses plans its revenge while he's the most vulnerable. How does Q decide his bodily proportions? What's the safest restaurant appetizer? Who is "Malibu Q"? It's the episode that's just a total mess. Sad!
In this month's episode we hear a strange message recieved on the Network answerphone.
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At the request of charity contest winner Erik North, we discuss the classic (?) 1998 version of Godzilla. Meanwhile Dan tries to explain Dangerous Liaisons, Elliott surprises no one by reading a Godzilla-centered magazine, and Stuart gives you some advice about how to get milk.
Movies recommended in this episode:
Everybody Wants Some!
Harlan County U.S.A.