The Nation of Conversation has a TON of wrestling news to cover and memories to enjoy.
First: Why did chinless-hero James Ellsworth get a huge win over WWE Champion AJ Styles? And why is everyone on the team totally on board for it?
What’s the best wrestling video game of all time? Is WWE overusing the Hell in a Cell match concept? What did the group think of, ‘No Mercy,’ the second Smackdown-exclusive Pay-per-view of the modern era?
Plus: There’s all sorts of rumors that the WWE Network may introduce a brand new tiered-pricing model. We’ll break down what each level could include and whether or not we think it’s best for business.
The three count:
Danielle put over Kevin Owens roasting a heckler.
Mike put over James Ellsworth wrestling AJ Styles this week on Smackdown.
Hal put over The Miz praising the Intercontinental Championship.
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In this episode of Dead Pilots Society, Ben Blacker interviews John Hodgman (The Daily Show, Pitch Perfect 2, Married, Ragnorak) regarding his dead pilot, Only Child.This episode was recorded live from San Francisco Sketchfest 2016. Along with John's interview, you'll also listen to a never-before-heard live table read of Only Child performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors like:
John Hodgman as John Hodgman, Janet Varney as Bridget and Mom, John Ross Bowie as Dad, Abe Chabon as Miles, Mark Gagliardi as Ed, Simon, and Basoonist, Josh Malina as Alex and Dr. Horchow, Adam Savage as Paul, Sage Ryan as Tim Fitch, Hal Lublin as Coach Mac, Ben Acker as CJ, John Roderick as Dr. Mister, Samantha Sadoff as Tina, and Abby Wait as Posie. Stage directions read by Andrew Reich.
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This week Erin watched RuPaul's Drag Race with gay-legend-icon-star Trixie Mattel and Bryan had to deal with his riff raff neighbors. Also Ireland, which is progressive on gay marriage, has a long way to go with abortion rights, which can still be punishable by 14 years in prison! And Chief Justice Roy Moore of Alabama was found guilty of standing in the way of gay marriage and removed from office. Bye girl.
Guy, Margaret, and Wynter are joined by writer and host of The Gilmore Guys podcast, Demi Adejuyigbe to talk about Atlanta on FX! How long should this show go for? What makes this show really shine? What’s with the Justin Beiber episode?! Plus, Demi tells us what it’s like to write on The Good Place, Wynter is excited for Westworld, Margaret doesn’t get Bruno Mars, and Guy talks about one of the biggest arguments he and Demi had over Macklemore.
That’s My Jam:
Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.
If it weren't for the Innocence Project's Chris Fabricant, we might not even have an Adam Ruins Everything Podcast! After he and Adam met of the set of Adam Ruins Forensic Science, Adam found his work so fascinating that he felt he had to talk to Chris in a longer format, and thus the original idea for the podcast was born.
As the Innocence Project's Director of Strategic Litigation, Chris develops and executes strategies to address the leading causes of wrongful conviction, including eyewitness misidentification, the misapplication of forensic sciences and false confessions. His cases take him all across the country to help exonerate the wrongfully accused.
On the podcast, Adam and Chris discuss outdated forensic science techniques such as bite mark analysis, why DNA analysis works, and Chris' bizarre deposition with bite mark "expert" Michael West, which was recently profiled in The Washington Post.
"Text of Kin" and "Triple Word Scorn," taped in front of a live audience in Portland, ME during the 2016 Tour of Live Justice! Plus, Swift Justice and songs from Joel Mann and David Raitt!
Thank you to Thomas Nohalty and Alison Kothe Nihlean for suggesting this week's titles! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put a call for submissions.
Kyle Mizono (@KyleMizono) joins the ladies to discuss ice cream, Beyonce, party buses, vibrators, dance mobs, 90s girls, JTT and more! Produced by David Janove, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.
Hello Buddies! Welcome to another great episode, we made it just for YOU! We sure do hope you like it! In this week's Would You Rather, what would you do if you got bit by a zombie? We have info for you regarding the devastation of Hurricane Matthew and how to prepare yourself for the next hurricane. Travis engages in a beef jerky taste test and reports all the scientific results to YOU! Our Buddy in the Bunker this week is one of our FAVORITES! She's a smash hit podcaster, an amazing person and coincidentally Travis' wife! It's Teresa McElroy! She joins us to talk cannibalism, fashion and a lot more! Enjoy and don't forget to share!
While the ship is being duct taped back together after a certain ‘incident,’ the crew takes some time to dredge up grievances with their loved ones. For Picard, it’s his stridently conservative brother. For Worf, it’s his embarrassing parents. For Wesley (the boy?!) it’s an old holo tape of his dad’s that isn’t as exciting to find as that sounds. Are replicators just microwaves? Does retirement still make people crazy in the 24th century? It's the episode where we speculate about what ever happened to Jim Shimoda.