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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 510: Hammerstice with Josh Gondelman

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Josh Gondelman

Comedian and writer Josh Gondelman joins Jordan and Jesse as they set aside their usual topic and get into Jordan's idea to push Anal August, Jesse's glamorous Star Wars premiere experience, and Josh's AirBnB bait and switch.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 509: Hand to Hand to Mouth with David Gborie

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David Gborie

Comedian and podcaster David Gborie joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's new nickname as coined by his son Oscar, Jordan's holiday party outfit, and David's foray into spam and other potted meats. Plus, Holiday Patrick Warburton makes an appearance and Jesse gets invited to fancy movie premiere.

Action item: what's the best way to cook Spam?

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 508: Wide Dumper with Chris Fairbanks

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Chris Fairbanks

Fan favorite Chris Fairbanks joins Jordan and Jesse as they take a break from their usual electricity talk for a discussion of Chris's recent hip replacement, Jordan's new swim team, and the new video game taking up space in Jesse's brain.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 507: Gooble Gooble with John-Luke Roberts

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John-Luke Roberts

International Waters writer and comedian John-Luke Roberts joins Jordan and Jesse for a deep dive on what everyone remembers about Married: With Children, the amount of interest British people have in American things versus the other way around, and John-Luke's upcoming first Thanksgiving.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 506: The Sensitive Man in the Kitchen with Katherine Spiers

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Katherine Spiers

Jordan and Jesse take a break from their usual discussion of American handicrafts to have a fun chat with podcast host and food critic Katherine Spiers about Jordan's food adventures in Paris, Jesse's recent vasectomy operation, and Katherine's podcast about food history, Smart Mouth. Plus, Jordan takes a brief detour into first wave viral videos.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 505: Cunnilingus Handlebars with Liz Sczudlo and Scott Gairdner

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Liz Sczudlo
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Scott Gairdner

Writer Liz Sczudlo and comedian/writer Scott Gairdner joins Jordan for a non-canonical romp through the unique highlights of both Liz's and Scott's wedding playlists, a taste test of three new malt beverages to that takes everyone back to their college days, and an exploration of Canadian fucking. Plus, Liz drops some fun facts about Kevin Bacon.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 504: Halloweek with Virginia Jones

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Virginia Jones

Comedian Virginia Jones joins Jordan and Jesse as they forgo their usual topic of HAM Radios to gab about the tiers of fake vampire teeth, what it's like to drive a Lyft on Halloween party night, and the Halloween party at Jesse's kids' school: the Carnival of the Howling Wolves. Plus, the call is coming from inside Patrick Warburton's house.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 503: Bronze Booty with Lisa Loeb

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Lisa Loeb

Musician Lisa Loeb joins Jordan and Jesse as they set aside their usual muscle car discussion to talk about Lisa's ideal animatronic band to sing her music on the road, her love for microwaved burritos, and her new album of cover songs that are also lullabies. Plus, Jordan describes a surprisingly romantic Friday the 13th sighting.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 502: If Cats Could Talk with Dan Kennedy

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Dan Kennedy

Jordan and Jesse take a break from their deep dive on Ghengis Khan and his murdering, cannibalistic horde to talk to writer and podcast host Dan Kennedy about Dan's new chill persona, crazy stunts that people have done they pitch to network executives, and Jesse's recent breakfast crisis.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 501: Tempest Flux with Tig Notaro

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Tig Notaro

Tig Notaro joins Jordan and Jesse for a nice chat about the Tig's newfound affinity for casual chit chat on neighborhood walks, the nonsense terms that families use to describe farts, and Tig's search to find the woman who played her mother on her show One Mississippi. Plus, a momentous occasion call adds a pile of intrigue to the show.

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