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Jordan Jesse Go Ep. 110: Moors and Christians with Nick Adams

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Nick Adams

Nick Adams joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about all kinds of different stuff.


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Who wants an orange whip?

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Orange whip? Orange whip? Three orange whips.

70 Minutes of Maron

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Standup - Marc Maron from Troy Conrad on Vimeo.

Marc Maron, performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in LA.

Marc also has a new podcast called "WTF."

Brent Weinbach Interview: The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Brent Weinbach

Brent Weinbach is a comedian from San Francisco, whose unique style has ingratiated him to some, and had the opposite effect on others. One CBS executive banned him from the Late Late Show on the grounds that he was "too weird." His new CD, available September 15th, is "The Night Shift."

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Internets Celebrities: The Vend Diagram

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My people, The Internets Celebrities, come strong with a new film called The Vend Diagram about street vendors in New York City.

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Norm MacDonald Tells A Joke About A Moth

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It's funny.

Al Madrigal Interview: The Sound of Young America

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Al Madrigal Dreams of Laughter
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Bullseye
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Al Madrigal


Al Madrigal is a comedian and actor. He's been a regular on numerous network television shows, but his hallmark is his standup. We talk with Al about his new CD, called Half Breed, and about his old job -- firing people.

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Sarah Haskins, creator and host of Target Women: The Text Of Young America

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Sarah Haskins is the correspondent on, and creator of the Target Women segment on Current TV’s infoMania. The segment takes aim at the absurd ways in which advertising on television appeals to women. Haskins, just back from vacation, took some time to talk about comedy, guilty pleasures, and branching out.

Chris Bowman: First off, how would you describe what it is you do on infoMania’s Target Women?

Sarah Haskins: I would describe it as a work of art. No, (laughs). I would describe it as a short segment where I make fun of advertising and marketing trends aimed at women, in entertainment.

CB: Would it be something similar to a pop culture critic maybe?

SH: Yeah. I mean it sort of is a pop culture critic. I very much focus on advertising so it’s sort of just general media messages too. I would by no means say that I am a pop culture expert. I am always a little afraid of using that term. People are like, “What do you think about this?!” And I’m like, “I don’t know, I don’t watch TV.”

Jon Friedman Interview: The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Jon Friedman

Jon Friedman is a comedian, writer, and host of the The Rejection Show, New York City's live showcase of rejected work. His new book is Rejected: Tales of the Failed, Dumped and Cancelled. We'll hear about Friedman's early days screening unsolicited submissions for The New Yorker and Comedy Central, plus what it's like at his new gig blogging for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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