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TS172:50 Shades,Grammys,Matt Moore, Frozen Men

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Throwing Shade
Are you seeing 50 Shades? Did you see what Kanye did to Beck at the Grammys? Bryan and Erin did, and they have some soft opinions on both of them. Plus, an ex-gay blogger named Matt Moore defended the conservative church's views on gays by saying "we're not as bad as ISIS." And hedge fund founder Jonathan Hoenig went on Fox News to say that government intrusion with vaccines would lead to forced abortion. Fun? Fun. 
 
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Judge John Hodgman Episode 197: The Hodgman Dubbel

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Judge Hodgman weighs in on loud popcorn eating, anniversaries, fedoras, and selects the best drawings of his proposed Double-Ended Unicycle.

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Thanks to Josh Beck for this week's episode title (and his amazing unicycle design).

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Throwing Shade #79: Fifty Shades Of Grey & The Grammys

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Are you seeing 50 Shades? Did you see what Kanye did to Beck at the Grammys? Bryan and Erin did, and they have some soft opinions on both of them. Plus, an ex-gay blogger named Matt Moore defended the conservative church's views on gays by saying "we're not as bad as ISIS." And hedge fund founder Jonathan Hoenig went on Fox News to say that government intrusion with vaccines would lead to forced abortion. Fun? Fun.

MBMBaM 238: Face 2 Face 11: No One Goes Home Alone

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Live from the Masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery! Join us as we pitch projects to Tim Allen, discuss the sexual potential of Donny Osmond and hang out with our pal, Drew Davenport.

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Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Rene Russo & Dan Gilroy of 'Nightcrawler'

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Bullseye
Guests: 
Rene Russo
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Dan Gilroy
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Alexandre Desplat

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Dan Gilroy and Rene Russo of 'Nightcrawler' on Seediness in TV News, Writing a Desperate But Strong Female Character, and the Constraints of Independent Film

Dan Gilroy is the writer and director of the movie Nightcrawler, which is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Screenplay. The movie stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou Bloom, a video stringer for a local TV news program, and Dan's wife Rene Russo as an overnight news producer, Nina.

Lou is an anti-hero, bordering on a psychopath. His attempts to build a career and establish relationships with others are charmingly off-kilter. But also more than a little creepy. Russo’s character, Nina, ends up on the receiving end of both the charm and the creepiness.

Jesse spoke with Gilroy and Russo in front of a live audience at a benefit for the film nonprofit Vidiots.

Nightcrawler is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray.

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Song Exploder: Alexandre Desplat on Creating The Imitation Game's Theme

Alexandre Desplat is an Academy-Award-nominated French film composer. He's written the score for lots of Hollywood movies: Zero Dark Thirty, Harry Potter, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and several Harry Potter films among others.

Desplat talked to Hrishi Hirway for an episode of his podcast, Song Exploder. On Song Exploder, Hrishi asks musicians to deconstruct their songs, track by track. This year, Alexandre has been nominated again for an Oscar twice in the same category, for his work on both "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "The Imitation Game".

The Imitation Game stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the English mathematician Alan Turing. Turing helped crack the Enigma code during World War II, but his achievements didn't keep him from being persecuted for his sexuality.

Desplate broke down the orchestration in the main theme from the film.

You can listen to other episodes of Song Exploder on our website, in iTunes or wherever you download podcasts.


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The Outshot: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Jesse talks about beauty, perfectionism and The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 360 - Sean Proudlove

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Sean Proudlove

Sean Proudlove returns to talk retirement homes, naked men, and Ron White.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 363: Live at SF Sketchfest with Maeve Higgins and Roman Mars

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Maeve Higgins
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Roman Mars

Comedian Maeve Higgins and radio host Roman Mars join Jordan and Jesse live on stage at Cobb's Comedy Club for SF Sketchfest.

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One Bad Mother Episode 91: TEENS! with guest Dr. Jennifer Wider

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One Bad Mother
Guests: 
Dr. Jennifer Wider

Biz and Theresa make predictions about what life will be like when our kids become teens (...our conversation quickly turns to porn). Plus, Biz poses the question, "Which is worse: when your partner has a hard time with the kids, or when he says they had a blast?" Theresa finds a way to make early mornings marginally better, and we hear an amazing listener-call-in fail involving a small child with a fake moustache. Dr. Jennifer Wider returns to give us advice on dealing with teens and talks about her latest book, Got Teens?: The Doctor Moms’ Guide to Sexuality, Social Media, and Other Adolescent Realities.

Got Teens?: The Doctor Moms' Guide to Sexuality, Social Media and Other Adolescent Realities, by Logan Levkoff and Jennifer Wider, M.D.
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Thanks to everyone who came out to our no-kids meet-up at The Pump and Dump LIVE in LA this week! We had a blast! Interested in hosting a OBM meet-up in your area? Email theresa at maximum fun dot org.

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Show Music
Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amran, Hot Jams For Teens (www.adiraamram.com, available on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans

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TS171:Superb Owl, Dogs, K Stew, Colleen McCullough

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Baby Geniuses
Erin and Bryan watched the big game but can only talk about that creepy Nationwide commercial, the inspiring McDonald's ad, and the terrifying sharks in the Katy Perry performance. Plus, the author of The Thorn Birds died, but her obituaries just talked about how basic and fat she was. And Kristen Stewart is maybe in a relationship with a woman, and we should all care. But the biggest news? Erin got a dog! 

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Judge John Hodgman Episode 196: Mi Casa Es Shoeless Casa

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Julia brings the case against her husband Sean. Sean likes to keep the house neat and clean. He insists that all guests remove their shoes before entering the house. Julia says the guest's comfort is paramount, and that they shouldn't have to take off their shoes if they don't want to. Who's right? Who's wrong?

Thanks to Kiesha Jenkins-Duffy for this week's case name!

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