Comedian and writer Louis Virtel joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of early sexual education experiences, how great Dolly Parton is, Jim Carrey's comedy legacy, and rental car companies "upgrading" to worse cars.
Hal Lublin joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what JJGo's logline should be, Jesse's reaction to dropping Simon off at Kindergarten, and the best sequel subtitles. Plus, the guys do another round of Patrick Warburton impressions.
Comedian and actor Steve Agee joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the dangerous grocery stores of Atlanta, what characters make up the Suicide Squad, Steve's Comic Con appearance for Guardians of the Galaxy, and Jordan's nightmare about his Amazon Echo.
Jordan welcomes comedians Calise Hawkins and Monika Scott to the show for a fun romp through three new summertime malt beverages, a discussion of the personalities of flights around the US, and a rundown of Jordan's trip to Alaska.
Fan favorite Dave Holmes joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Dave's experience at Slimmins with Richard Simmons, Jesse's Summer Boi trip to the Berkshires for the Fourth of July, and the true meaning of James Taylor's song Fire and Rain. Plus, Jordan pitches a new name for Macklemore's friend Ryan Lewis and everyone weighs in on pool chilling vs a trip to the beach.
Alison Rosen and Jenna Kim Jones join Jordan for a discussion of reality TV obsessions like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules and Bar Rescue, Jordan's transformative trips to Las Vegas, and the joy of eating carbohydrates while you're pregnant. Spoiler alert: Alison is pregnant!
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Writer Brian Heater joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of virtual reality porno, Brian's visit to a murder hotel, and Jordan's new update to the Summer Boi protocol. Plus, the guys make a new dank meme and cater to the ASMR community.
Comedian and writer Daniel Van Kirk joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what it's like to do whippets, visiting amusement parks as an adult, and new words like "plurnt" and "woke". Plus, Daniel brings a new definition of the word "chode" and the guys start a political movement: #NotAllChodes.
Comedian Hampton Yount joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what the word “choad” means, Jordan’s trip to the mob museum, and Jesse’s experience at the circus.
America's Best Friend, Judy Greer, joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's butt pain, the charm of a laundromat, and the theater school experience. Plus Jesse starred in a play Jordan wrote in college and Judy comes from a long line of women who light things on fire.