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What is the dumbest show you can imagine? This award-winning show may be dumber. It has no content. No format. Yet it's going on ten years of delighting hundreds of thousands of people. It's been an iTunes editors choice, and Rolling Stone picked it as one of the world's best comedy podcasts. It's light in the dark, comfort in the cold and a penguin in the pants (long story). Join hosts Jesse Thorn (NPR's Bullseye) and Jordan Morris (Comedy Central's @Midnight) and a celebrity guest on a rau ...
 
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Philosophers’ work and philosophers’ lives, both inside and outside of philosophy. Brought to you by the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, LSE, and the Forum for Philosophy.
 
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Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty pod, Action Boyz pod) joins Jordan and Jesse to talk about the age-old action movie debate: guns vs karate, the various museums Gabrus has toured hungover, and how The Blair Witch Project might be the germ of modern-day disinformation. Let us know about your inappropriate media viewing experiences – 206-984-4FUN or jjgo@…
 
Sierra Katow (The Sex Lives of College Girls) joins Jordan and Jesse to talk about the rare but deadly perineum infection haunting Jesse's thoughts, the breath and depth of topics in Minion memes, and the new HBO Max show that Sierra is in - The Sex Lives of College Girls. Have Jordan sign a copy of Bubble for the holidays! And please VOTE for Bubb…
 
John Flansburgh (They Might Be Giants) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how drinking coffee when he moved to New York may have changed his life, the miniature taxidermy figures that John and Jesse share an affinity for, and the story behind the incredible TMBG song Robot Parade. Plus, John tells us all about the new They Might be Giants a…
 
Ann-Sophie Barwich is an Assistant Professor at Indiana University Bloomington, specialising in the philosophy of olfaction. In this episode we talk to Ann-Sophie about smell, Star Trek and the... Philosophers’ work and philosophers’ lives, both inside and outside of philosophy. Brought to you by the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific M…
 
Hideo Kojember, our month long exploration of the works of Hideo Kojima, begins with Nick, Heather and Matt going deep on Policenauts! They talk about Hideo's love of information, the problematic elements of this game, the incredible aesthetic, and more. Check out this video from Censored Gaming to see the differences between the PS1 and Saturn ver…
 
Danielle Radford (Tights and Fights pod, many other things!) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of food with the narrowest gap between the best and worst version, what makes a Seattle hot dog really soar, and the key to comedy stunt casting voice over.By Valerie Moffat, Danielle Radford, Brian Fernandes, Jesse Thorn, Jordan Morris
 
Sarah Morgan (Bubble graphic novel, The Fear pod) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what her spooky Halloween Twitter name should be this year, what mistakes Jesse can make that he can blame on the steroids he is taking, and the best books to teach kids about sex. Plus, Jordan gets a very important missive that threatens to destroy his rep…
 
Mike Drucker returns to the show to discuss Silent Hill 2 with Nick, Heather and Matt! They talk about it's impact on the survival horror genre, what makes it so unsettling, Matt braving his way through it, and more. Check out Mike's article about 12 Minutes https://www.thegamer.com/time-loop-games-12-minutes-groundhog-day/ and his book about Silen…
 
Yeardley Smith (The Simpsons, Small Town Dicks Podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Yeardley's favorite Lisa Simpson merch, how she deals with the weight of doing a true-crime podcast, and the magical food that she made on her cooking show, Oil and Water that made her feel like a sorcerer. Plus, we find out if more clergy members or …
 
Sarah Vowell joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the most popular Montana native Mike Mansfield, Sarah's signed picture with former President Jimmy Carter that says "Stay cool!" and the pros and cons of having a kid who plays sports versus a kid who is into theater. Plus, Jesse puts Jordan and Sarah's trivia knowledge to the test with a very…
 
David Sims (Blank Check, The Atlantic) joins Nick, Heather and Matt to talk about the video game adaptation of A Nightmare On Elm Street! They talk about Freddy himself, how the game deviates from the source material, and more! Things are getting spooky all month long on How Did This Get SLAYED!By Nick Wiger, Earwolf & Heather Anne Campbell
 
Heather Anne Campbell (How Did This Get Played? pod, Rick and Morty) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how Heather is leaning into the nerdy things she loves these days like Gundam, old Macs, and MiniDiscs; what it's like to show someone a perfect movie they know nothing about, and how no one gets how VCR board games work. THANKS TO OUR SP…
 
Alison Rosen (Alison Rosen is Your New Best Friend pod, Child-ish pod) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Amish drip and Jesse's new Amish scribbler hat, Alison's affinity for crinkly, twinkly bad boys like Hugh Grant and Christian Bale, and the merits of rehabbing Limp Bizkit vs Linkin Park for an "actually, they were good" moment. Plus, J…
 
John Moe (Depresh Mode podcast) joins Jordan and Jesse to talk about how John deals with fans who want to talk with him about their heavy mental health stories, how Jesse is within five minutes of becoming a marble collector at any second, and how to read the tea leaves of the Minnesota nice tone. Plus, Jesse reveals the nickname and THEME SONG tha…
 
The Sklar Brothers (View from the Cheap Seats pod, Dumb People Town pod) join Jordan and Jesse to discuss intense sales pitches for the niche beach game Pro Kadima, the phrase Jason's wife can say to him to anger him beyond belief, and the story of what Vin Diesel did early in his career to get noticed in Los Angeles. Plus, the Sklars have started …
 
Fan-favorite John Ross Bowie (new podcast Household Faces) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's trepidation before interviewing David Byrne, Jordan's potential to go full wizard with a grey beard, and John's new podcast where he interviews character actors who everyone vaguely recognizes, but no one really knows that well. Listen to J…
 
Emily Heller (Medical Police, Baby Genuises podcast) joins Jesse and guest co-host Nick "Repeat" Adams for a discussion of how Emily's middle school music class performed Space Jam songs, the amazing clothes that her dad makes as his retirement hobby, and the ways that everyone's normal extended family deal with their weird entertainment industry l…
 
Steve Agee (THE SUICIDE SQUAD) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Steve's horrific first kidney stone, Jordan's relentless quest to have the clearest pee at the doctor's office, and what it might cost to get Eminem to rap about a supervillain. Plus, Jesse puts his semiotics background to work parsing – what else? – cum words. How are you ce…
 
Lucy Campbell is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick, specialising in epistemology and philosophy of mind. In this episode, we talk to Lucy about self-knowledge, sheepdogs,... Philosophers’ work and philosophers’ lives, both inside and outside of philosophy. Brought to you by the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scient…
 
Here comes Joel Boyd (Earth to Ned, History of Swear Words on Netflix) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion about what it was like to work with Nicolas Cage on History of Swear Words, the authenticity of a book full of sexy letters written to Burt Reynolds, and the time he told Halle Berry the truth about her best performance. Plus, HAPPY ANAL A…
 
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