Ian Karmel joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of old Trivial Pursuit games, Ian's rules for public bathroom usage, and Wilford Brimley's sex life. Plus, Jordan helps Jesse commit to his new nickname, Ian pitches a few invention ideas, and there's a new situation in Jordan's special work bathroom.
Sarah Morgan joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan and Sarah's trip to Halloween Horror Nights, Jesse's experience taking Simon Trick or Treating, and Jordan's obsession with the video game Bloodborne.
Musician Sara Watkins joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the new "shiny legs" meme, Jordan's stay at a hotel hosting Puppet Conf, and Sara's dream holiday craft project. Plus Jordan may or may not enter the Rant Zone to deliver one of his signature rants.
Writer Jonathan Ames joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jonathan's history fencing, the specifics of Hulk Hogan's sex tape trial, and the new Nintendo Switch commercial.
Comedian Kyle Kinane joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of craft services at Jordan's work, airplane boarding order, everyone's childhood cool teachers, and costume options for Halloween this year.
Actor Allan McLeod joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of showing your butt on TV, Allan's desire to smoke weed with his dad, and the surprising amount of dog movies that Dean Cain has starred in.
Writer and comedian Bill Corbett and comedian singer songwriter Allie Goertz join Jordan for a discussion of Jordan's cousin Bubba's jet ski, Allie's attempt at watching a movie every day for a year, and relationships with brands on Twitter.
Comedians and writers Robin Thede and Kevin Avery join Jordan and Jesse live on stage at MaxFunCon East.
Comedian Solomon Georgio joins Jesse and guest host Ricky Carmona for a discussion of baseball players with surprising athleticism, reasons they can't enjoy camping, and Solomon and Ricky's love of DJing.
Comedian and writer Louis Virtel joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of early sexual education experiences, how great Dolly Parton is, Jim Carrey's comedy legacy, and rental car companies "upgrading" to worse cars.