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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 239: Hobos' Getaway with Robin Thede

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Robin Thede

Robin Thede joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of grocery store express lanes, pranking Clint Eastwood, bachelor party planning, and scary children's movies of the 80's.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 235: Tis the Season with Bucky Sinister

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Bucky Sinister

Poet and comedian Bucky Sinister joins Jesse and Jordan for a discussion of San Francisco tourist attractions, Jesse's trip to Mexico, and the Rocket Scouts.

Action item: send in ideas for The Rocket Scouts merit badges.

Go to http://www.rocketscouts.com.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 232: Apology Accepted with Humphrey Ker

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Humphrey Ker

British comedian Humphrey Ker joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of savory alcohols, British Dennis the Menace, Step Up Revolution and their recent Comic Con experience.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 231: Scotch Beef Association with Vanessa Ragland

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Vanessa Ragland

Vanessa Ragland from the podcast Pop My Culture joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of exploding goats, sponge animal capsules, silkwood baths, and Magic Mike.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 229: Home Broasting with Jimmy Pardo

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Jimmy Pardo

Jimmy Pardo joins Jesse and Jordan for a discussion of nightmares, brain Botox, kettle corn, and Dylan going electric.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 228: Invincible with June Diane Raphael

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June Diane Raphael

June Diane Raphael joins Jesse and Jordan for a discussion of Town Cars, The Bachelorette, yoga etiquette, and It's-It.

Jordan Jesse Go Ep. 219: Ska Church with Ian Edwards

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Ian Edwards

Comedian Ian Edwards joins Jordan and Jesse to discuss ska church, 90s alternative rock bands, and daytime television personalities.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 150: Fiche or Famine with Todd Levin

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Todd Levin

Todd Levin talks about writing for Conan, not writing for Swamp People, and more.

His new book, "Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk", can be found at
The Association for the Betterment of Sex website.

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