Our heroes have some well-earned free time between missions, although some of their sidequests are a bit more relaxing than others. Enjoy it while it lasts, fellas. Taako has a date with death. Merle spends time with some VIPs. Magnus takes a swim.
This week Bryan and Erin share their harrowing New York Horror Story meeting two real life Trump supporters and surviving Guy Fieri's restaurant. Also, deplorable Youtube “personality” NoBiggie decided to prank his gay friend in a homophobic video which has sparked rage amongst the internet, and beautiful National Parks have turned into a garbage nightmare after an exposé has come out showing 18 incidents of harassment occurring without any action being taken. Oh god!
Margaret takes over hosting duties this week and sits down with author Jade Chang, LA Weekly film critic April Wolfe, and host of Pop Rocket’s sister show Bullseye, Jesse Thorn to talk about documentaries! Plus, Margaret talks to Jade about her new book, The Wangs vs. The World. Jesse talks about the Golden State Warriors, April has a few words to say on The Handmaiden, and Margaret reviews the Anthony Weiner documentary.
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Jonathan sits down with UCLA student Erick Zerecero to talk about what life is like for an undocumented person living in the US and the process of becoming a citizen. Plus, Jonathan cries for the first time on the show and producer Christian makes his debut.
With Jonathan Van Ness and guest, Erick Zerecero.
Produced by Christian Dueñas for MaximumFun.org
Chris brings his girlfriend, Sandra, to court over their disagreement about what counts as going to church. He has agreed to attend church services with her a few times a year but thinks that going to weddings with specific religious elements should count. Sandra disagrees.
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Jenny Owen Youngs (@JennyOwenYoungs) joins the ladies to discuss Magic Mike, the Beyonce concert, Amy Winehouse, salsa dancing, spiders, CDs, taking nudes and more! Produced by David Janove, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.
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Hello Buddies! We're back and we brought you a present from our travels: A REALLY GREAT EPISODE! First, in Would You Rather?, a discussion about the grossest meat! Also, Andie tells Travis all about CreepLA and ask the important question: Would You Do It? Then, Travis tries a cheddar potato soup mix made 4Patriots in this week's Snackpocalypse. Our Buddy in the Bunker this week is the hilarious Ben Siemon who joins us to talk horror movies and general scary stuff! Enjoy and don't forget to share!
When a hot shot young commander starts angling for Commander Riker's job, it is fortuitous timing that Captain Picard gets kidnapped by the Borgs. The newly-promoted Riker plays it cool while doing everything he can to get him back, but when Picard shows up on FaceTime with some gaudy new implants, he decides to end their relationship. What is the Borgs' target demographic? Is Commander Shelby giving off Ivanka Trump vibes? Does losing Picard qualify as "acceptable losses" to Worf? It's the episode where we do an unnecessary Indiana Jones roll!
Welcome to the Wizarding World of Podcasts! Mark (Gryffindor) and Hal (Ravenclaw) travel to Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, the Ministry of Magic and beyond to pick the best Harry Potter film once and for all.
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This week, Sydnee and Teylor realize that Rileigh is like an old person when it comes to sleep, which is to say, she loves it and needs to go to bed early and sleep late every day. In order to break her of these habits, the older sisters recount their favorite late night activities, which apparently include minor misdemeanors?
Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas