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The Trailer Park Boys: Interview on the Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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The Trailer Park Boys

Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are the stars of the Canadian documentary-style sitcom The Trailer Park Boys. For years, the show has tracked their charming inability to make anything of themselves. The second film based on the series, Countdown to Liquor Day, marks the end of the show. It was just released in Canada. Viewers in the US can see the show on Direct TV's The 101 Network Thursday nights.

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Roy & Gil on Mysterious Deaths

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Roy & Gil, the southern Oregon trailer park denizens who star in Kasper Hauser's two films, argue about how an old man might have died in this scene from 1998's "Fishing with Ghandi."

Wyatt Cenac meets Slim Thugga

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Slim Thug tha Boss meets Wyatt Cenac the class act who used to write for King of the Hill.

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They discuss how the recession has hit the hip-hop industry. Then they put together this hip-hop video on the theme of fiscal responsibilities.

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Bucky Sinister, author of "Get Up": Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Bucky Sinister

Bucky Sinister is a poet, comedian and recovering addict. His most recent book is "Get Up: A Recovery Guide for Misfits, Freaks and Weirdos."

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Marc Maron Commentary on The Sound of Young America: RRL

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Bullseye
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Marc Maron

Commentator Marc Maron says he's not ready to buy a belt pre-distressed by an Indian boy.

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Jordan, Jesse Go! Ep. 112: Bananacakes with Seth and Jonathan from Uhh Yeah Dude

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Guests: 
Seth Romatelli
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Jonathan Larroquette

Seth Romatelli and Jonathan Larroquette join Jesse and Jordan to talk about smart phones and dumb everything else.


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Jordan, Jesse, Go!: Episode 111: Richmond

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Karen Kilgariff

Karen Kilgariff joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about Dennis Richmond, getting punched in the face and more.


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Wall Street Scene

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Love this short that Tom Lennon posted on his twitter.

Goodbye, King of the Hill

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I'm not going to rehash all the reasons I love King of the Hill.

Instead, I'm going to post one of my favorite things that has ever been seen on a television.

My thanks to MaxFunster the groinery for posting it in the KotH thread on the forum.

Attention, People of Earth

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We are on our way to your planet. We will be there shortly. But in this, our first contact with you, our “headline” is: We do not want your gravel.

Paul Simms (who you may know as the creator of Newsradio) has a hilarious piece in the New Yorker this week.

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