Hello Buddies! By the time you finish listening to this episode it'll be 50 minutes in the future! But what if it was 20 years? Or 30 years? Or 1000 years?! How will gender and race have changed? What technology would exist and how would we adapt to it? Would you be considered a super hipster? Whose head would you hope was preserved in a jar? What would you be horrified to discovered has happened while you slept? Would you hope for a robot buddy? Whether it's via coma or cryonics, what do you do if you wake up in the future? Were so excited to be joined by the amazing Ashly Burch (RocketJump, Hey Ash Whatcha Playin?) to figure it out!
When Wesley meets an age-appropriate romantic partner, Picard is put in a foul mood. To make matters worse, the Enterprise’s 5 star Uber rating is at risk. While Worf and Dr. Pulaski have both met their match in a mean old lady, The Boy is going on dates and offering chocolate to his new friend, but she has a secret second ‘look’ that might be a deal breaker. Is Guinan the ship’s best counselor? Did the Sand People from Star Wars do VO work on this episode? Is Salia one of the aliens that left a big pile of Armus on Vagra II? It’s the episode where Wesley learns romantic karate from the masters. Vote in our twitter poll!.
Enjoy the second half of the first ever We Got This!/Can I Pet Your Dog? crossover: Renée Colvert is #TeamBigDog. Allegra Ringo is #TeamSmallDog. Can the co-hosts of "Can I Pet Your Dog?" work with Mark and Hal to come to an agreement on this very important topic? Find out!
FUN FACT: Mark and Hal are Renée and Allegra's guests on the latest "Can I Pet Your Dog?", so be sure to listen and subscribe to their wonderful podcast while you're at it!
Hello friends and welcome to a VERY SPECIAL EPISODE!!! We're joined by our twin MaximumFun podcast We Got This! (And we joined them on their episode this week, go listen!) Hal and Mark are super Super Guests and join us for the WHOLE EPISODE! In Dogs We Met This Week, hear about Warlock the baby Corgi, a dog in a Bjorn, and a dog in a vortex named Judy! In Mutt Minute, learn all about the wonderfully named Bouvier des Flandres! Then we get right down to it and Mark and Hall tell us their dog life stories! For even more CIPYD/WGT, be sure to check us out on their show too!
DJ Quik is one of the most prolific figures in West Coast hip hop. He's a great rapper, but first and foremost, he's always considered himself a producer. He's produced some of the most inventive samples and beats of the genre. And even though he geeks out about latest and greatest studio equipment, he's always used whatever it takes to capture the sound he wants -- even if it means recording a music sample with a VCR.
Quik first made a name for himself in the hip hop scene in the late 80's and early 90's, handing out homemade mix tapes and deejaying around Los Angeles. He's since released ten albums, and produced records for everyone from Tupac, Snoop Dogg and Xzibit to Tony! Toni! Toné!.
He'll talk about why a leaked record and a couple of guns made him realize he needed a new circle of friends, why he never wants to stop making pretty beats for his records and his inspiration for his awesome, awesome hairstyles over the years.
DJ Quik's new EP is calledRosecrans. It's available now.
Michael Ian Black is an actor, comedian and author perhaps best known from his work with the sketch comedy troupe The State, or from his subsequent collaborations with State-mates both on television (Stella, Michael & Michael Have Issues) and film (Wet Hot American Summer). His disarmingly charming smarm made him a perfect fit for the talking-head format of VH1, but it also makes him a terrific author, as evidenced in latest book Navel Gazing: True Tales of Bodies, Mostly Mine (but also my mom’s, which I know sounds weird).
Michael Ian Black performed live at MaxFunCon East in 2012.
Have you ever picked up and actually flipped through one of those in-flight catalogs? Well, the sketch comedy group Kasper Hauser takes all of the grotesque and excessive product offerings of Skymall, and brings them to another level in Skymaul 2: Where America Buys His Stuff.
As Rileigh's sophomore year of high school comes to a close, all three of the sisters reflect on their past last days of school. And Teylor and Sydnee share their sisterly stories of sacrifice and all of the times they all three missed school and were late.
Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas
Comedian and author Greg Behrendt joins us to talk rats in cages, the Replacements, and princess phones.
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This episode's just full of heapin' helpin's of that good old down-home wisdom -- the kind that just warms up yer bones and renews your spirit, right when you need it. It's sagely as heck. Dig on into a plateful of grateful.
Suggested talking points: Pony Time, Pasketti Interrupted, Potato Soup for the Spirit, Coke Dad, MUNCH SQUAD, Crack for Kid Planet
Comedian Randy Leidke joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how both Jesse and Jordan may be too full to podcast, Jordan's @midnight premise dreams, and the monk named Burrito who lived at Jesse's dad's house.