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The Office co-stars and best friends, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, are doing the ultimate The Office re-watch podcast for you. Each week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of The Office and give exclusive behind the scene stories that only two people who were there, can tell you.
 
With the success of his hit podcast, An Oral History of The Office, podcast host extraordinaire Brian Baumgartner (AKA Kevin Malone) is taking you even deeper inside the show, releasing his full-length, in-depth conversations with the cast and crew of The Office. Every week, Brian will sit down with one of his old pals and coworkers to talk about their best job ever: The Office. They’ll laugh, cry, and crack plenty of inappropriate jokes as they discuss the inner workings of the show, their ...
 
Hello, I am Andrea Savage (I’m Sorry, VEEP, Stepbrothers) and I have always dreaded the idea of being a “grown up.” I’ll be honest, it just sounded so f—king lame. But now I find myself a relatively together lady who is technically a grown person; I pay bills, I use an alarm clock, I’ve kept another human alive for a decade, but I also still like to giggle about anuses and tell dirty jokes. I like to say “I’m nuanced.” And I know I am not alone. So let’s take back the night! This is the come ...
 
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He drove her insane as Kevin in the accountant’s corner, but in real life Brian and Angela Kinsey (Angela Martin) are the very best of friends. After reminiscing about the time they both almost got fired for ruining a take, Angela talks about her first love (improv), Sprinkles the cat, and trading in her old Chevy Blazer for a Hummer limo to Scrant…
 
This week we’re breaking down Survivor Man. When Michael is excluded from Ryan’s corporate camping trip, Michael ventures out into the woods and takes on his own solo camping adventure. Meanwhile, Jim tries to consolidate the office’s birthdays. Jenna breaks down Dwight’s menagerie of weapons, the ladies talk about using tiny potatoes for bird eggs…
 
In this episode, we're hearing stories from Chinatowns around the country and providing some ways you can help support Asian-American communities and businesses right now: Writer Eda Yu details her Protect Our Elders project and chef/business owner Winston Chiu (Bonbite NYC, Feed Forward) talks about the grassroots initiative Enough Is Enough; Thri…
 
My guest today, Chicago-born and raised, Roy Kinsey, is a bit of an anomaly. A black, queer-identified, rapper, and librarian or as he puts it, Rapbrarian. Roy’s escape from trauma and creative outlet as a kid was writing and music and also a love of books and learning. He began sharing his words and beats, rapping at a young age, but really began …
 
Jamie Kern Lima thought she’d spend her life in the world of broadcast TV, where after graduating, she began working her way up as a journalist, then eventually news anchor where a bright career was laid out in front of her. Then, the camera started picking up a genetic skin condition that she struggled to hide and threatened to derail what she’d w…
 
Host Wil Fulton speaks with Fieri super fans and the founder of FlavortownUSA.com about cataloging restaurants featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives and Fieri-centric road trips; Writer and comedian Phil Rosenthal talks about his show Somebody Feed Phil, and traveling in search of great food; Traveling Spoon connects people with home cooks aroun…
 
When Marine sniper Jake Wood arrived home in the States after two brutal tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, he wasn't leaving war behind him. Ten years after returning home, Jake's unit lost more men to suicide than to enemy hands overseas. He watched in horror as his best friend and fellow Marine, Clay Hunt, plunged into depression upon returning, str…
 
At 73, Denise Kaufman is the ultimate renaissance woman, an active member of the ‘60s Bay Area psychedelic rock scene who’s seen and done it all - and continues to do it all. The longtime singer and bassist is a member of Ace of Cups, the pioneering all-female psychedelic rock band that opened for Jimi Hendrix, The Band, Janis Joplin, and more, and…
 
Host Wil Fulton tastes some Maine delicacies (Moxie Soda, Red Snapper dogs) with Editorial Assistant and Mainer Liz Provencher; Krista Tripp details her job catching lobster, as one of the few females in the industry; Loren Coleman of the International Cryptozoology Museum talks about his favorite Maine cryptids; a member of Allagash Brewing talks …
 
Miles Chamley-Watson is on a mission to take fencing mainstream. A British-born, 6-foot-four Black man, covered in tattoos with bleached blond hair, he breaks pretty much every generations-old assumption and mold about what the staid, traditionally-conservative and often elitist sport is about. Miles actually struggled a lot as a young kid, especia…
 
Born in New York City to a Tunisian father and a Swiss mother, Suleika Jaouad attended The Juilliard School's pre-college program for the double bass, and earned her BA with highest honors from Princeton University and an MFA in writing and literature from Bennington College. Leaving music behind, she thought she’d a war correspondent, but her plan…
 
This week we’re taking a Second Drink of the second half of Season 3. To kick off this Revisited, we are joined by cinematographer and director, Randall Einhorn! Randall discusses what it was like to shoot The Office, direct episodes and the invention of the pooty scooty. Afterwards, Jenna and Angela answer more fan questions and go over everything…
 
Rainn Willson, AKA Dwight Schrute, joins Brian in the studio for some salty nuts and Office talk. Rainn explains how he engineered the worst possible haircut for Dwight, his early rise to the throne of Twitter King, the constant feeling that the show would end in the first seasons—and Brian reveals an unaired scene that will shake you to your core.…
 
We begin at the beginning, with The Office’s creator and showrunner Greg Daniels. He discusses “moving the ship of comedy” in a new direction, creating the world of Dunder Mifflin, and building a collaborative on-set dynamic. Brian reminisces about the first time he tried to make small talk with Greg - let's just say, it didn’t go great.…
 
Do you have an exciting, hilarious, captivating, shocking, heartwarming, spooky, sentimental, or overall extremely memorable travel story? We want to hear it! Dial into our toll free travel story hotline, 1-833-POD-BABY, and spin a yarn into our voicemail. We're going to play some of our favorite calls in an upcoming episode, and there truly are ze…
 
Born in the short-lived West African country of Biafra, Louis Chude-Sokei and his mom fled the country during the war that would take the life of his father, a figure of such great reverence in the country that it would create a set of expectations about who Louis was and should be that would follow him well into his adult life. Landing first in Ja…
 
My guest, today, Renee Jain, started into her career as a tech entrepreneur who secretly suffered with her own sometimes dizzying and even paralyzing anxiety. One day, a panic attack led her to step back and re-examine her life, seek help and begin to acquire the skills and understanding to live with more ease. It was transformative. But, along the…
 
Our love letter to the Waffle House. Jerry Buckner (of the songwriting duo Buckner and Garcia) has penned many hits over the years, including some songs for Waffle House Records; Orion Carloto has fond memories of growing up with Waffle House; a man finds an empty Waffle House, and cooks his own meal; Former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate explains…
 
What would it take to make you rethink a deeply held point of view or belief? That’s one of Adam Grant’s recent fascinations. Adam is an organizational psychologist and TED speaker who helps people find meaning and motivation at work. He has been Wharton’s top-rated professor for 7 straight years. As an organizational psychologist, he is a leading …
 
Ellen Harper has been around the folk music scene her whole life. Her mother, Dorothy Chase performed and taught banjo and guitar at Hecht House in the 1950s in Boston with Bess Lomax Hawes and her dad, Charles Chase repaired any and all instruments that came his way. Ellen learned to play, perform and teach guitar and other folk instruments at her…
 
This week we’re breaking down Money. To kick off this two part episode, Jenna and Angela discuss how they would love to visit Angela’s family farm together, along with giving a very big “Thank You” to their Office Ladies fans for winning iHeart Radio’s “Podcast of the Year”! The ladies talk about how Michael is having money troubles and has to take…
 
Executive Pastry Chef Poala Velez (Bakers Against Racism, Maydan, La Bodega) lists some of her favorite bakeries and dessert spots in Washington D.C.; Thrillist D.C. Editor Jess Mayhugh details the District's surprisingly robust music scene with 9:30 Club's Audrey Fix Schaefer, journalist Shawna Kenney, and (the legendary) Big Tony from Trouble Fun…
 
My guest today, Tara Brach, has been one of my teachers for years, though she never knew it. Back in the early days of podcasting, I stumbled upon her weekly dharma talks or Buddhist teachings and meditations that she’d offer at her Insight Meditation Center in DC, record, then air as podcasts, and the blend of her gentle presence, her deep wisdom …
 
I first learned about today’s guest, Jason Naylor, through his art, which at that point, started appearing on walls and buildings all over New York City, and now is featured all over the world and on products, shows, in fashion and beyond. Jason is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, where he grew up in a Mormon community and eventually felt call…
 
This week we finish breaking down Launch Party. The ladies start off by giving the full deep dive behind Pam’s reception plants. Guest star Kevin McHale shares what it was like to work on the set of The Office at the age of 17 as the Pizza Delivery Kid from Pizza by Alfredo’s, otherwise known as home of the hot circle of garbage. Angela is Jenna’s …
 
Thrillist host Wil Fulton speaks with comedian Iliza Shelsinger on visiting new cities for work, how to make friends with flight attendants, and her wildly entertaining Don't Panic Pantry cooking series; Comedian, writer, and podcaster Josh Gondelman details how and why he spent a night on the floor of a stranger's motel room in Montana; longtime s…
 
For generations, when it came to your brain, we pretty much assumed that once you reach adulthood, it pretty much is what it is. That meant you couldn’t get smarter or faster or wittier or optimize it to perform at a higher level and, on the other side, if you suffered an injury, there was very little you could do to help your brain recover or even…
 
Question, when was the last time you made a really good new friend, as a grown-up? Like the kind that actually knows you, not just online, but the real you? Turns out, it’s not actually so easy to create those kinds of friendships. But it is critically important to our ability to live good lives, especially during challenging times. My guest today,…
 
This week we’re breaking down Launch Party. To kick off this two part episode, Jenna and Angela, with the help of Jen Celotta, give an exclusive behind-the-scenes breakdown of how the famous DVD-logo-in-the-corner cold open was shot. This reminds Angela of some juicy parking garage drama. We hear from Kate Flannery on how Meredith’s cast was made a…
 
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