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Lady to Lady EP. 277 "Panthers Have More Fun"

Lady to Lady

Straight from Barbara's couch, the ladies chat about cool animal sanctuaries, Barbara gets recognized at Magic Mike in Las Vegas and other adventures, Brandie has a shark tank idea, bathroom rituals, and they answer a lady problem about crushes when in a relationship. Produced by Kailynn West, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.

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Wonderful! Ep. 33: Fbutter and Sprawn


Rachel's favorite food allergy tips! Griffin's favorite form of youthful expression! Rachel's favorite educators! Griffin's favorite way to find new music!

Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus -


Jonah Raydio

Mahonaraydio is what happens when Jonah has some MST3K-duties and we still have a podcast to put out. Some great music on this episode!

We talk Chicago, what worked and what didn’t work. We talk games that you submitted that we didn’t get until after the show. We talk Spirit Airlines and the beginning of a blood feud between us and them that will go for centuries. We talk the proper care of your dark chocolate peanut butter cups.

New Jonah Raydio next week


Alex Jonestown Massacre- Cheap Shots and Sucker Punches

Alex Jonestown Massacre- All You Fascists

George Bailey- Modern mans disposition

George Bailey- Help Me Re Lax

The Smarties- Michael Riley

Crazy Dreams Band- Awkward for Everyone

Still Buffering: How to Backpacks

Still Buffering

Backpacks. An integral part of every teen/school experience. Something that seems as if it's remained constant throughout time, but has it? Despite the general idea remaining the same, a lot has changed about how the teens use their backpacks and what they keep in them, and sadly, they can't return them and get a new one for free every time it breaks now.

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Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas

#167 - UPDATE - Best Marvel Movie with Marc Bernardin

Marc Bernardin

Back in 2015, Mark and Hal sat down to determine the best Marvel movie, and since then so many have come out that this decision has become a living document that needs updating with Avengers: Infinity War hitting theaters
Fatman on Batman co-host and prodigious writer Marc Bernardin joins us for a walk through three more years and eight more films to see if one of them can claim the title!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 530: Burger Cuck with Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett joins the guys as Jordan recovers from shrimp overload after eating a delicious and giant shrimp po' boy sandwich for lunch and they get into the positive effect of Guy Fieri, the non-Halloween recreational usage of dry ice, and a Jesse explains how his family is handling "holiday monsters" like the Tooth Fairy and Santa. Plus, everyone goes deep on a shrimp hypothetical and Dr. Anus comes around to put a camera up everyone's butt.

CIPYD 142: Melissa Munoz and the Maremma Sheepdog

Melissa Munoz

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We're so glad you're here! This week we learn the truth of Tug's past! That's right! The Wisdom Panel results are in and we finally learn what kind of dog Tug is. Renee and Allegra both met dogs "a little" in Dogs We Met This Week. We have a Mutt minute on the Maremma Sheepdog and some summer news about Mutt Minute. Plus, the very smart and very helpful Melissa Munoz ( is here! She's an incredible dog trainer who's here to give us some tips and help us understand the difference between service dogs and therapy dogs.

Squeeze a Spaniel and tune in!

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 136: When Flanders Failed w/ Ryan Quincy

Ryan Quincy

Ryan Quincy joins us to talk about one of his son's favorite episodes. Ryan is a two time Emmy award winning animation director and producer for "South Park." He served as the creator of the IFC animated series "Out There." You can also check out his work on Disney XD's animated series "Future Worm," which will air its series finale later this month. He admits he may not be the biggest Simpsons buff, but he'll talk about how the show has made him closer to his kids. Find out what happens when fandom and fatherhood become intertwined!

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Neko Case and Thao Nguyen

Neko Case
Thao Nguyen

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Neko Case on loss and self determination

It's hard to imagine that Neko Case wasn't always a singer. She started as a drummer in punk bands, swept up in the excitement of the Pacific Northwest music scene in the mid 90's. For the past two decades, she's been producing exceptional music as a solo artist as well as a collaborator with the indie-rock band, The New Pornographers.

Neko Case sat down with Jesse, and told us why she has trouble listening to her own music if she's not playing it live, and how the loss of her parents shaped her creative work.

When she spoke with Bullseye in 2016 she had just released "Truckdriver, Gladiator, Mule" a vinyl box set featuring all her solo work. You'll have a new album by Neko Case to add you collection very soon. "Hell-On" will be her first solo album in five years, and it drops on June 1st.

She's hitting the road this summer. You can check out her tour dates here.

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Photo: Mike Windle / Getty Images

Thao Nguyen on 80s Pop Music, Collaboration and Familial Estrangement

Thao Nguyen's career in music began in her mother's laundromat. She spent her teens counting change for customers and writing songs whenever she had the chance. Her musical influences include country, folk and hip-hop, and her music is incredibly personal and raw - take, for example, "A Man Alive." It was her most recent album as the front woman of the band Thao and the Get Down Stay Down.

It takes its inspiration from Thao's complicated relationship with her father. Their estrangement began when Thao was first beginning to write music in that laundromat. The music comes from a dark place in her life, but still manages to feel vibrant and full of wonder.

When she sat down with Jesse in 2016 she talked about the importance of her collaboration with producer Merrill Garbus in the making of that album, the diversity of her early musical influences and her struggle to fit in while growing up as a Vietnamese-American.

She'll be embarking on a big tour alongside Neko Case. Check out the tour dates here.

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The Outshot: Black Sabbath’s Paranoid

Perhaps you haven't listened to Black Sabbath in a long time. This week, Jesse talks about the emotional depth found in Sabbath's 1970 album, "Paranoid" and why it's worth another listen.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 529 - Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee of the Sunday Service returns to talk medical procedures, erotic thrillers, and people who stink.

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