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Join host Scott Aukerman ("Comedy Bang! Bang!" on IFC, "Mr. Show") for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today's funniest comedians. While Scott begins by traditionally interviewing the celebrities, the open-door policy means an assortment of eccentric oddballs can pop by at any moment to chat, compete in games, and engage in comic revelry. With all that, and regular bonus episodes, we bet your favorite part will still be the plugs!
 
SUPEREGO: Profiles In Self-Obsession. Improvised, analyzed, and brought to you by Drs. Matt Gourley, Jeremy Carter, Mark McConville, and Paul F. Tompkins. Guest appearances by Patton Oswalt, Neko Case, John Hodgman, Jason Sudeikis, Greg Proops, Erinn Hayes, Andy Daly, Jen Kirkman, Thomas Lennon, and many more. SUPEREGO: SEASONS 1, 2, BONUS EPISODES, and NON-ENHANCED MP3s available at goSuperego.com.
 
SUPEREGO: Profiles In Self-Obsession. Improvised, analyzed, and brought to you by Drs. Matt Gourley, Jeremy Carter, Mark McConville, and Paul F. Tompkins. Guest appearances by Patton Oswalt, Neko Case, John Hodgman, Jason Sudeikis, Kumail Nanjiani, Erinn Hayes, Andy Daly, Kristen Schaal, Thomas Lennon, and many more. SUPEREGO: SEASONS 1, 2, 3, LIVE AND BONUS EPISODES available on goSuperego.com.
 
Join writer/director duo Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon ("Night at the Museum" and "Reno 911!") as they discuss their directorial debut, "Hell Baby." The horror comedy tells the story of an expectant couple forced to enlist the help of the Vatican’s elite exorcism team after they move into a haunted fixer-upper in New Orleans.
 
Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon have made over a billion dollars for the Hollywood studios, banked bushels of cash for themselves, and earned the love and respect of film critics everywhere (that last part is not true) with hit movies like Night at the Museum franchise and The Pacifier. In "Writing Movies for Fun and Profit: How We Made a Billion Dollars at the Box Office and You Can, Too!" they share their hard-earned insider knowledge on how to structure, pitch, write, and drink with t ...
 
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Hosted by Michelle Siman, Lemon Water is a series of ongoing conversations and interviews with leaders in the health and wellness community. As a self-proclaimed wellness enthusiast, Michelle uses this platform to learn from her guests as they share tips and stories on their own journeys.
 
A new podcast for every day of the year, in which we present our most cogent, reasoned, and occasionally shouty arguments to decide what each date should be best remembered for. Every episode features fun historical facts, a vote on the winner, and tearful recriminations.
 
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Dr. Clare Pettinger is a Registered Dietitian, Public Health Nutritionist and experienced educator. Dr. Pettinger publishes research in the public health nutrition field, and lectures at the Universtity of Plymouth, UK. Dr. Pettinger is actively engaged in community-focussed research around food systems, poverty and social justice. She is an enthus…
 
The newly married Patton Oswalt and Meredith Salenger join Scott to talk about their new podcast Did You Get My Text? and how they fell in love over text. Then, inventor Henry Heimlich returns to talk about maneuvers to counteract common ways to die. Plus, spokesperson Little Debbie stops by to talk about some new products.…
 
Clocking in at 600 pages, Maggie Shipstead’s Great Circle is the epic story of the fictional Marian Graves, a Missoula, Montana-born pilot, whose North-South around-the-world adventure is told painstakingly, achingly, and gracefully. This immense book, which spans multiple centuries and countries, is an enormously pleasurable read. Its generous nar…
 
Summer days got you down? Escape into your mind and use your imagination! Illustrator and author Tori Sharp comes by to show Biz how. Plus, Biz brings the God of Lightning. Get your copy of Just Pretend here or wherever books are sold. Visit Tori's website here. Follow her on Twitter @NovelTori and on Instagram @noveltori. Check out Theresa’s book!…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan discuss the three primary models used to explain body mass regulation: 1) Set Point Model, 2) Settling Point Model, 3) Dual Intervention Model. They discuss the role of feedback systems, environment, behaviour, as well as discussing both the "thrifty gene hypothesis" and John Speakman's "drifty gene hypothesis".…
 
Director Edgar Wright returns along with Ron Mael and Russell Mael of the band Sparks to talk to Scott all about their new documentary The Sparks Brothers. Then, cameraman Jack Furz returns to spread the word about a stolen car that belongs to the vigilante known as the Nite Wolf. Plus, notorious wimp Buck Tango stops by to make an announcement.…
 
What is Claire Boyles’ American West? Lauren and the Colorado-based writer cover a vast landscape of topics—each as wide and far-reaching as the region itself. From the shame and sadness of a lively, sustainable farm gone to seed to caregiving as a radical act, this is a conversation everyone must listen to, Site Fidelity a book everyone must read.…
 
Is greatness achieved through your accomplishments or by knowing who you are? Put away your pins (or maybe have the kids pick them up), because author Ben Brashares and illustrator Elizabeth Bergeland join Biz to kick off summer reading! Plus, Biz is on the move. Get your copy of Ben and Elizabeth's book The Great Whipplethorp Bug Collection here, …
 
Gil Carvalho, MD PhD is a medical doctor, research scientist, science communicator. Dr. Carvalho trained as a medical doctor in the University of Lisbon, in his native Portugal, and later obtained a PhD in Biology from Caltech (California Institute of Technology). He has published peer-reviewed medical research spanning the fields of genetics, mole…
 
Intern Gino Lombardo catches up with Scott about taking a confidence class. Then, Sprague the Whisperer returns with a proposal for Gino. Later, salesperson Andy Manders stops by to drum up sales for his chairs. Plus, film reviewer Zoobi Condarino drops by to review some movies.By Earwolf and Scott Aukerman
 
Renee McGregor is a leading sports dietitian, specialising in Eating Disorders, REDs, The Female Athlete, athlete health and performance. She is regularly asked to work directly with high performing and professional athletes that have developed a dysfunctional relationship with food that is impacting their performance, health and career. Her practi…
 
This week on The Write Question , Lauren chats with Missoula-based writer Deirdre “Dee” McNamer about Aviary , a novel based in an unnamed mountain town a lot like Missoula. The novel, which is McNamer’s first since 2007’s Red Rover , centers a neglected retirement community, Pheasant Run, and the aging residents who live there. This is a conversat…
 
It's time to Womp up the Jamz! Actress comedians and real life best friends Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham join Biz to talk about birthing their TV babies while pregnant with their actual babies. Plus, Biz has a bad feeling about this. Rent or purchase Jess and Len's television shows Best Friends Forever and Playing House on the streaming serv…
 
Comedian extraordinaire Nikki Glaser joins Scott to talk about auditioning for Last Comic Standing as a new stand-up, her experience on Dancing with the Stars, and her daily podcast The Nikki Glaser Podcast. Then, influencer Gareth Cloakman stops by to talk about new and hot trends. Plus, 4th grade teacher Mr. Camp returns to talk about how he’s be…
 
This week on The Write Question , Lauren chats with J. Robert Lennon about peculiarity—in his new novel, Subdivision , his new collection of short stories, Let Me Think , and in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks —and encouraging student writers to find the peculiarities in their own experiences, to mine their inner freak.…
 
Danny & Alan discuss the current evidence on the health consequences and societal consequences of weight stigma and weigh bias. This includes implicit bias, explicit bias, and internalization of bias. What evidence do we currently have? And what questions remain unanswered? Segments: Today's Topic in Focus [03:39] Listener Questions [59:48] Quack A…
 
All the way from Australia, we brought in a professional to confirm what OBM has always known: Moms don't want your advice. Comedian and author Nelly Thomas joins us to break down the nomenclature confusion behind molls, roots, and petting your chinchilla. Plus, Biz can feel it. Get your copy of Nelly Thomas' book with Cat McInnes Some Mums (Are Fa…
 
This week on The Write Question , Lauren speaks with Canadian poet, editor, and community organizer Rebecca Salazar, author of sulphurtongue . The two tackle a number of questions: How is synesthesia an organizing principle of poetry? How can poets care for themselves in public spaces? What’s so funny about survival? What Canadian city closely rese…
 
We're talking about tweens! Awkward. Biz welcomes Judith Warner, author of And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School, to discuss angst, isolation, and "the deflation of childhood happiness." It's a good time. Plus, Biz finds things still confusing. Get your copy of And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan discuss the relationship between shift work and health. Why does shift work have negative health impacts? How can one mitigate circadian misalignment? How does shift work impact nutrient metabolism? What nutrition, sleep and lifestyle strategies can help shift workers? Show notes at: sigmanutrition.com/episode387…
 
The Road So Far: One Bad Mother hits its second Max Fun Drive membership goal! As promised, Biz pulls up to What If World in the Impala. There, standing tall, deep in thought, but ready to join the fight against evil is her brother in arms: Eric O'Keeffe. It's One Bad Supernatural! Biz and Eric discuss the CW action adventure show starring world cl…
 
Dr. Tobias is a nutrition and obesity epidemiologist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. She received doctoral and postdoctoral training from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA, under mentor Dr. Frank B. Hu. Dr. Tobias is co-Instructor of Nutrition Epidemiology with Dr. Walter Willett a…
 
It's the return of One Bad Guncle! James Arthur M. of the Minority Korner podcast is back to put the sugar on your broccoli, truth-wise! Plus, it's the last week of Max Fun Drive! Listen to James' podcast Minority Korner wherever podcasts are found. Follow James on Twitter @JamesArthur_M and on Instagram @jamesarthurm. Be sure to watch the MaxFunDr…
 
Professional actor Bob Odenkirk joins Scott once again to talk about how Better Call Saul will end, his exercise regimen for the action movie Nobody, and his upcoming book “Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama.” Then, social media expert Francesca Bolognese returns to talk about her new position. Plus, disruptor Skints McGlinty returns to make a major crypto…
 
We hit our first Max Fun Drive membership goal, so you know what that means... We're sharing a fail of Broadway Opening Night proportions - Biz gets Tony Award-winner Laura Benanti's name wrong three times in a row... to her face! Thank you to all the Max Fun Drive supporters who joined or boosted or upgraded their memberships! We're not done yet t…
 
It's an extra musical edition of One Bad Mother! Tony Award-winning actress Laura Benanti joins Biz to sing about big feelings, nipple papayas, and her new picture book for moms, M Is For Mama and Also Merlot: A Modern Moms ABCs! Plus, it's Max Fun Drive! Get your copy of Laura Benanti's book with Kate Mangiameli and Helene Weston, M Is For Mama an…
 
In this episode we explore the causes of insulin resistance, and the dietary modifications that may help those with insulin resistance. We discuss how insulin resistance is a complex metabolic disorder, that goes beyond one single pathway or cause. There is also a discussion on the mechanisms of insulin resistance pathogenesis. Specifically, we tal…
 
Scott celebrates the 12th Anniversary of Comedy Bang! Bang! with co-host Jason Mantzoukas, music by Manchester Orchestra, fan favorites, plus newcomers! Special guests dropping by include Byron Denniston, The Griz, Margery Kershaw, Randy Snutz & off-and-on girlfriend Carissa, Sprague the Whisperer, intern Gino Lombardo, Charles Barkley, Rabbi Bill …
 
Are you more of a Stevie Nicks or a Christine McVie? Join host Lauren Korn (Christine McVie) and essayist Elissa Washuta (Stevie Nicks) as they conjure a conversation about pop culture parallelism and about maintaining control over one’s narrative—as well as being mindful of how and when others choose to share their own narratives, knowledge, and s…
 
Teenage angst is good for one thing... comedy. Fox animated series The Great North creators Wendy and Lizzie Molyneux joining us to talk writing with your sibling, memory pranks, and what it's like being the motherf***ing boss. Plus, Biz doesn't miss lunch. Watch The Great North on Fox, Sunday nights at 8:30 PM ET/7:30 PM CT, or on your streaming p…
 
In this episode Greg Nuckols and Mike Zourdos breakdown two research papers related to the interference effect and concurrent training. Greg and Mike (along with Eric Helms and Eric Trexler) produce the MASS research review, which breaks down the latest research studies relevant to those interested in strength training, strength sports, and bodybui…
 
Comedian/friend of the show Langston Kerman joins Scott once again to talk about their time writing for the Oscars together, Space Jam, and Langston’s experience being a head writer for the new HBO late-night show Pause with Sam Jay. Then, liquor store owner Original Fig stops by to talk about all the upcoming activities for the community at his li…
 
What is a divinatory poetics? Can texts be haunted? This week, Toronto-based poet Hoa Nguyen dives into the narratives that prompted and sit within her new book of poetry, A Thousand Times You Lose Your Treasure . Host Lauren Korn chats with Hoa about the aftermath of the Atlanta shootings, the motorcycle troupe Hoa’s mother was a part of in the 19…
 
I'm not all right and that's all right. Biz is joined by "Depression Professional" John Moe to discuss mental health, honest communication, and his new podcast Depresh Mode. Plus, Biz isn't really alone. Listen to Depresh Mode with John Moe here or wherever you get your podcasts. The Depresh Mode newsletter is available twice a week. Subscribe for …
 
On our final episode in our Earth Month series special powered by Seedlip, we are sitting down with the founder and creator of Rainbo, a sustainably cultivated medicinal mushroom brand based out of Toronto, Canada. Tonya Papanikolov shares her story of why she fell in love with the fungi world. In today's episode we deep dive into the incredible wo…
 
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