Episode 460 - No Threat No Force

• April 23rd, 2015

Back again today, with Russ Green (@russ_jokes). In this episode, we discuss what makes something a sport as opposed to some other kind of competition. Then, we get into the story of Britt McHenry and her rant about a tow truck driver that reminds us of a story Romane Walters told on the show recently. Next, we get into an incident involving Russ, cops, jail, and court. And after that, we talk with Russ about what he has experienced and learned trying to raise an autistic daughter.

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Episode 459 - Puritan

• April 20th, 2015

This week, we're joined by the great Russ Green (@russ_jokes). In this episode, a couple listener emails have us revisiting Elton's stories from last week, Instagram, trap music, and boy bands. Next, we take a few minutes to update the Sarah Silverman story from last week. After that, we hear about a great business idea Russ had in his youth. The, we get into the recent police related shooting in Tulsa, OK in which a guy who thought he was a cop pulled out what he thought was a taser. That leads into a larger discussion on police brutality and race relations. And we close out with some brief thoughts on Ben Affleck trying to cover up his past on a show designed to expose his past.

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Episode 458 - Sleep Number

• April 15th, 2015

Once again, we're joined on today's show by Elton Howard, Jr. (@MrEltonHowardjr). We start this episode with a listener email, which lead us into some old-school R&B videos and a short YouTube journey. Then, another email gets us into the topic of doing comedy in black rooms, and what it's like to be a nerd comic in them. Then, we get into a couple stories from Elton's dating life, which leads us into a discussion of his former married life and how he was shaped by a traumatic childhood event. And we close with some thoughts on Sarah Silverman's recent comments on a possible wage gap in comedy.

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Episode 457 - Drugs And Promiscuity

• April 13th, 2015

This week, we're joined by one of our regular guest hosts, Elton Howard, Jr. (@MrEltonHowardjr). We start this episode talking about bigfoot, guns and the St. Louis accent. Then, we get into the recent police shooting in South Carolina that dominated the news last week. Next, we watch a radically different police encounter involving a brawl with a crazy Christian band in Arizona. And we close out with some discussion about what it means to have "the race discussion."

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Episode 456 - Getting Slapped

• April 8th, 2015

Once again, we're joined for most of today's show by Liz Miele (@lizmiele). This episode begins with some talk about the Backstreet Boys, catcalling, and childhood discipline. Then, we delve into the consequences of mean comedy, and what happens when the audience displays their own vitriol. Then, we discuss a recent article about a new wave of black comedians. And we close out with a Kentucky basketball player getting caught being inappropriate on a hot mic, and some memories of Easter egg hunts.

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Episode 455 - Water Pressure

• April 6th, 2015

Today, we're joined by one of our favorite guests, Liz Miele (@lizmiele). In this episode, we discuss the depths of internet hate, and get a recap of Liz's recent comedy tour through Europe. Then, we spend some time revisiting the Ari Shaffir vs. Dameinne Merlina conversation from last week. That takes us into some discussion about awkward conversations with awkward comedians. And we close out talking about a black girl who grew up white before somebody finally noticed she's black.

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Episode 454 - Bad Apples

• April 2nd, 2015

Welcome back, folks. Today, we talk about good cops and bad cops, as illustrated by two recent stories. One involving Tarji P. Henson, and one involving some guy who likes to be called Robocop. After that,we talk about a high school where some parents are taking the idea of lettering a bit to seriously, which leads into another story on bullying. Then, we get a surprise call from former guest and friend of the podcast, Erin Jackson (@EJthecomic). And we close out with a politician who reminds us that gay people are a lot like slave owners.

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Episode 453 - Terms Of Service

• March 30th, 2015

No Tim this week, but we do have the great Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. (@woodyseed). In this episode, Andy recaps a recent road rage incident he witnessed, and also gives a recap of a couple comedy shows he did last weekend. Next, we talk about the bizarre German plane crash last week. Then, we discuss a comedian who decided to go after another comedian on his comedy special. And we close things out with some discussion on Indiana's new anti-gay law, and a woman who recently took on Instagram's content standards.

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Episode 452 - We Are Free

• March 26th, 2015

Here we are again, joined by the great Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. (@woodyseed). On today's show, we discuss Empire and the vast world of reality shows. After that, we spend some time dissecting college athletics. Then, we take a moment to check in on the ongoing Suge Knight saga. That segues into some good old comedy talk. And we close things out with some thoughts on the Starbucks Race Together debacle, and an article about a woman whose man just might not be that into her.

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Episode 451 - Crown Royal

• March 22nd, 2015

Not only do we have Tim back this week, but we're also joined by Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. In this episode, we discuss some comedy beef involving Kevin Hart and Mike Epps and Aries Spears. Then, we talk about an awkward moment when a black guy had to tell a black woman that he's a black guy. After that, we deconstruct Stephen A. Smith's recent comments on voting republican. Next, we discuss a possibly gay congressman and Raven Symone's defense of a guy who said Michelle Obama looks like an ape. And we close out with Common's recent comments on hands and love.

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