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Story Break #69: The Frasier Reboot

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Story Break

Matt and Will lead a bewildered Freddie along the path of what a Frasier reboot might look like!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 544: Rumpus Dumpus with Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman

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Guests: 
Naomi Ekperigin
Guests: 
Andy Beckerman

Comedians and writers Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman join Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the childhood movies that everyone would be disappointed to hear are problematic now, the ominous tagline for the movie Christopher Robin, and the trauma of panicking during an altercation with authority. Plus, Jordan tries to make up for the cumulative damage he's done to Guy Fieri's reputation over the years with some nice compliments.

Check out Naomi and Andy's podcast Couples Therapy here!

And if you haven't finished BUBBLE, the whole show is available for your binging pleasure!

MBMBaM 419: Some Good JPEGs of My Favorite Matrix Characters

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Let this episode stand as a sort of checkpoint for those working their way through the MBMBaM catalog. The episode following this one has become unstuck in time. It is in the ether, somewhere. It will arrive when it decides to. Come home, Episode 420. Come home to us.

Suggested talking points: Inside The Writer's Room, Dental Distraction, Automotive Manufacturing, Ruling the School (w/ Guestpert Elsie Fisher!), A Genuinely Scary Haunted Doll Watch, Riddle Me Piss, Art From the Web

The Greatest Generation DS9 Ep 222: Anachronistic Mustache (DS9 S2E25)

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When Chief O’brien has his vacation plans derailed by the Cardassians, he goes from runabout seat to dentist’s chair in short order. But after his lackluster accommodations on Cardassia Prime are relayed back to Commander Sisko, it’s up to the crew of DS9 to get him rebooked elsewhere. Is there an “Alexander Bubble”? What are the three rules of Greatest Gen? Is Odo stuck in the uncanny valley? It’s the episode that ignores the very spacious “back of a runabout”!

Come see us live on tour with Greatest Gen Khan

Follow The Game of Buttholes: The Will of the Prophets!

Music by Dark Materia & Adam Ragusea.
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The Greatest Generation DS9 Ep 221: Orb Refractory Period (DS9 S2E24)

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When Vedek Bareil gets a powerful Kai Election, Kira gets fairly hot under the collar. But when Vichy allegations start getting tossed around liberally, the Bajoran Papacy might go to someone who can cause Keiko some real problems. How do you pronounce a French thing? How could we have made that Michael Dukakis photo-op worse? Is wet leather an important waypoint on the path to nirvana? It’s an episode that will double down on last week’s challenge to unsubscribe.

Come see us live on tour with Greatest Gen Khan

Follow The Game of Buttholes: The Will of the Prophets!

Music by Dark Materia & Adam Ragusea.
Follow Adam and Ben on twitter, and discuss the show using the hashtag #GreatestGen!
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Judge John Hodgman Episode 376: Nein Tense of the Law

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Maeve Higgins

Colleen brings the case against her husband, Kevin. They send their kids to a German language immersion school. Kevin has begun taking German language classes and wants to practice speaking it with the kids at home. But Colleen thinks that his terrible pronunciation will have adverse effects on the kids' learning. With Guest Bailiff Maeve Higgins!

You can find Maeve on Twitter @maevehiggins. Her book MAEVE IN AMERICA is out now wherever books are sold! You can listen to her podcast Mothers of Invention wherever you get your podcasts.

EVIDENCE

Click here to check out Kevin's evidence PowerPoint presentation.

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Thank you to Rob Waters for naming this week's case! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 543: The Ultimate Taboo with Linda Holmes

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Guests: 
Linda Holmes

Culture critic and podcaster Linda Holmes joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the fact that Playboys can make up a large part of a barbershop's magazine repertoire, Peter Krause's offhand comment about Sports Night during a TCA panel, and how great the Popstar deleted scenes are. Plus, the momentous occasion calls this week are particularly high stakes, involving a thrilling car chase and a very special butt.

In case you've been waiting to binge the whole series, the BUBBLE finale is here! Finish out the series!

MBMBaM 418: Trial of the Riddlemancers

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GREETINGS, TRAVELER. You find yourself locked within the deepest depths of our Dastardly Podcast Labyrinth! There is only one escape: Solve these ingenious, crowdsourced riddles! We found them on the very worst website we've ever been to.

Sugested talking points: A Lot of Vasectomy Chat, White Hat Aldi Hacker, Badass Kung Fu Panda Quotes, Riddles.com, Fountains of Pain

International Waters Ep 127: Meth or Alligators

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Guests: 
Bassem Youssef
Guests: 
Zabeth Russell
Guests: 
Max Davis
Guests: 
Grainne Maguire

Bassem Youssef, Zabeth Russell, Grainne Maguire and Max Davis join host, Dave Holmes for first world problem-solving, terrible gnome puns, and rockumentary pitches.

Bassem Youssef wants to plug Remade in America and recommends Westworld on HBO.

Zabeth Russell wants to plug GLOW on Netflix and Too Old to Die Young on Amazon and recommends Molly Hawkey's Spermcast.

Grainne Maguire wants to plug her Edinburgh Fringe show and recommends Love Island.

Max Davis wants to plug Dead Ringers on BBC Radio 4 and Horrible Histories and recommends Barry on HBO.

And finally, Dave Holmes is on Twitter @DaveHolmes. Dave would like to recommend Eighth Grade.

You can let us know what you think of International Waters and suggest guests through our Facebook group or on Twitter.

Written by Riley Silverman and John-Luke Roberts, recorded at MaxFunHQ in LA and GuiltFreePost in London, produced by Christian Dueñas and Laura Swisher.

MBMBaM 417: DVDs For The People

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We're settling into the smoky, comfortable embrace of the authorial lifestyle, which means this show's about to get a LOT more distinguished. Smear some of your fanciest cheese on your most exquisite bread, and let's get erudite together.

Suggested talking points: Fancy Author Chat, A Twice-Lost Wallet, The Ross Archetype, 10 Straight Hours of Zydeco, The Slowest Imaginable Fast Food, The Hollywood Seal of Approval

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