Episode 28 - Gold written by Jenji Kohan

Justin Kirk as Bobby Gold
Lauren Lindsey Donzis as Gabby
John Gemberling as Judah Bloom
Yael Groblgas as Suzy Haven
Matt Jones as Lou Berger
Ayden Mayeri as Misty Wells/Karen
Phil Lamarr as Dan Rodale/Jamsheed
Carlos Alazraqui as Ken
Lauren Holt as Dahlia
Kira Kosarin as Amelia/Vera/Alynn

This month’s pilot is a special one written by the great Jenji Kohan! Jenji created Weeds, Orange is the New Black, and is the executive producer of the new hit Netflix series Glow. Her pilot this week is called Gold and it’s about a divorce lawyer named Bobby Gold and the volatile marriages he’s paid to break up. Listen to Andrew's interview with Jenji followed by the table read!!

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Magic Lessons Ep. 209: “Show Up Before You’re Ready” featuring Glennon Doyle Melton

Glennon Doyle Melton

This week, on the season finale of Magic Lessons, Elizabeth Gilbert takes a deep dive into the some of the season’s themes with writer and activist Glennon Doyle Melton. They talk about Melton’s trajectory from blogger to best-selling author, and she offers a benediction to the eight creators who shared their stories this season.

Special Guest: Glennon Doyle Melton is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoirs Love Warrior and Carry On, Warrior:The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life. She’s the creator of the online community Momastery and the founder and president of the non-profit Together Rising, which has raised millions of dollars for families in crisis all over the world.

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Adam Ruins Everything: Episode 9 Matrimony Myths with Stephanie Coontz

Adam Conover
Stephanie Coontz

You've seen it from rom-coms to Hallmark cards - our society is obsessed with everyone finding their soulmate. But did you know the idea of 'the one' is a relatively new concept in our culture? In fact, marriage and love were completely separate entities for centuries, and this week's podcast guest, Professor Stephanie Coontz, tells us all about it.

Stephanie Coontz, who appeared on Adam Ruins Weddings teaches history and family studies at The Evergreen State College.

Her book, Marriage, a History: How Love Conquered Marriage traces the history of marriage from a union based on alliances and financial gain to today's notion of finding our 'other half'. On the podcast Adam and Stephanie discuss how the Enlightenment altered our idea of marriage, how the media covers love, and how equality is erotic.

Adam Conover is on Twitter @AdamConover and is currently touring the US.

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Judge John Hodgman Ep. 7: The Lion's Den


This week, the case of The Lion's Den.

Greg and Shannon disagree: is their extra room a den? A dispute over room name definitions spirals into a dispute about the underpinnings of all male-female marriages. Only one man can settle it.

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