A long time ago, in a recording studio far, far away, two people delivered the freshest, most on-point analysis of the Star Wars prequels you've ever heard.
Confession time! I have never listened to any of Myq Kaplan's previous albums. I have heard of him, but had never sat down and listened to an album or watched any of his specials.
We're back with one of the first episodes we'd ever recored, and that means Luke Cecelon's on board with all of his insights, and -- LOOK OUT FOR THAT PLATTER OF TACOS!!! Ha ha, just jokin'!
Is it just us or is it about to get steamy in here? That's right, it's Jesse Bergen and Thomas Toles, the original Love Gurus. They're here to teach you about how to track down that mysterious admirer who's been leaving you anonymous Valentine's cards all these years.
Oh boy, have we got a wild one for you! Jesse Bergen and Thomas Toles are joined by a whopping FIVE guests this time around.
It's just Jesse and Thomas this week for a bell-jingling, tinsel-trimming, menorah-lighting extravaganza of a holiday episode! Look at those gifts sitting under your festive decorations. Wanna know how to open them early without getting caught? We got the best tips, tricks, and hacks to sneak a peek at the goods while staying off the naughty list.
Improviser Caity Curtis joins us as our special guest to talk g-g-g-g-ghosts in an episode that's both creepy and cool! How do you find ghosts in your house? This crack PIG (paranormal investigation group) will tell you how. Thomas talks about a ghost tour he went on. Jesse tries to remember the names of every ghost hunter TV show ever made.
Whether you've heard his stand-up, read his articles for The Onion and The A.V.
Comedian Tim Gray (of H.U.N.K.S.) joins us this week for a real gut buster. Or would that be a fake gut buster? Only a well-trained ear will be able to seperate the charlatan chortles from the genuine guffaws.
The title of Matthew Broussard's debut album, Pedantic, suggests a sense of self-awareness, but that doesn't make Broussard any less insufferable. While the majority of his jokes are just fine and even a bit clever, he spends more time talking about his personal circumstances than delivering punchlines.