Episode 437 - Backdoor Censorship

• January 26th, 2015

Tim is out today, but we're joined by the great Elton Howard, Jr. In this episode, we discuss the merits and pitfalls of doing comedy shows at coffee shops, or during brunch. We also check in with Elton about his recent exploits on Tinder. Then, Randolph tells the story of some strange characters he encountered while having car trouble in D.C. After that, we interview the great Ted Alexandro about comedy, protesting, and taking on bigger topics on stage. And we close out unboxing a DVD of American Pimp outtakes sent to us a listener.

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Episode 436 - Curvy Sword

• January 22nd, 2015

This episode starts with a listener email that has us revisiting the whole Charlie Hebdo drama. After that, we talk about white douchebaggery, and the crazy guy at the gym. Then, we check out who won in a debate between Nancy Grace and 2 Chainz. And we close out watching a video of a few idiots and the pizza delivery guy who decided to call them out on their idiocy.

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Episode 435 - Pause

• January 19th, 2015

Hey, guess what? Tim Miller lives! Today's podcast begins with some talk about church and religion. Then, we ponder what the target audience is for movies like Selma. Randolph gives Tim some brief parenting advice. Then, a listener email gets us into some discussion on Charlie Hebdo, censorship, political correctness, and of course, comedy.

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Episode 434 - Electrophonic

• January 15th, 2015

In this episode, we take a brief look back at Romane's days at Fashion Institute of Technology. Then, some listener emails take us a little further down memory lane. After that, we discuss recent comments from Jay-Z on the role of hip hop music in race relations. Then, we check out the differences between real ska music and fake ska music. And we close out talking about the benefits of trolling people on XBOX Live.

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Episode 433 - Parts Unknown

• January 12th, 2015

Today, we're joined by the great Romane Walters. In this episode, we get some advice on how to deal with little kids, and Randolph gives a recap of his shows last weekend. Then, we turn our attention to the whole Charlie Hedbo fiasco, and what free speech really means. After that, we discuss a recent incident from Seattle in which a comedian was hit by a crazy guy with a bat. And we close out with a listener email that gets us into a discussion on the phenomenon known as simping.

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Episode 432 - Prison Bath

• January 8th, 2015

Again, we're joined today by Chris Lamberth and Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. This episode starts with some exploration on what it means these days when someone is considered a great DJ. Then, we check out some great songs you might not have known are covers. After that, Randolph recaps his recent appearance on The Haternation podcast. And we close out by dissecting some recent thoughts attributed to a Revlon executive about black people and their smells.

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Episode 431 - Lovely And Talented

• January 4th, 2015

Today, we're joined by Chris Lamberth and Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. In this episode, we catch up with Chris, which turns into a short discussion on the benefits of a mature woman. After that, we segue into some comedy talk, then some stories from Chris' days auditioning for acting roles. We touch on Haywood's days as a musician, then turn our attention to the phenomena of group think and contrarianism. And we close out with some analysis on the state of prominent black roles in movies. This is a long one, but totally worth it.

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Episode 430 - Box Of Rocks

• December 31st, 2014

In this episode, we discuss old-school playlists and mix CD's and revisit Romane's lost year. Then, we move on to a guy who tried to buy a Playstation, but didn't exactly get what he wanted. Then, a listener's tweet turns us on to a new song. After that, we briefly touch on the validity of a new movement called Meninism. Next, we talk about some Bosnian girls who had a great and terrible field trip, and a lawmaker with some crazy thoughts on abortion. And we close out talking about an alternative way to execute criminals.

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Episode 429 - You’re Gone

• December 29th, 2014

Tim is out this week, but we're joined by the always great Romane Walters. We start this episode with some brief reflections on how we spent Christmas, and Randolph's recent issue with a Wendy's manager. Then, we move on to some porn talk, except this time, we focus on the men. After that, we briefly touch on North Korea's lost internet before turning our attention to the recent NYPD turn-your-back protest of Mayor De Blasio. And we close out with some good, old-fashioned comedy talk.

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Episode 428 - Paris Is The Place

• December 24th, 2014

Once again, we're joined on today's show by Haywood Turnipseed, Jr. In this podcast, we discuss how hard comedy is, and whether that means anything. Then, we check out a couple listener emails before moving on to the latest Ferguson update involving a witness who wasn't really a witness. After that, we take a detour into yet another religious person's proposed cure for AIDS. And we close out looking at pictures designed to celebrate "real" women, and a woman who figured out a unique way to travel around the world.

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