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December 9, 2019

Rude Tales of Magic: Mother Knows Best

It's a family reunion...of sorts, when our heroes are introduced to their mysterious host in the heart of The Nest. Who or what is She? What dark trials must our heroes best? What will be the horrible price of their freedom? If sweat is the pee of the skin, is spit the pee of the mouth? ALL WILL BE ANSWERED in... Mother Knows Best!
posted by yellowbinder at 10:01 AM - 1 comment

December 8, 2019

Harmontown: Cliffhanger!

Harmontown's final curtain call. Featuring Dan Harmon, Jeff Bryan Davis, Spencer Crittenden, Brandon Johnson, Rob Schrab, Open Mike Eagle, Steve Levy and Nick Rutherford. Drive fast and take chances! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
posted by Marticus at 6:15 PM - 2 comments

December 7, 2019

Rude Tales of Magic: Down for the Count

Metaphorically at-sea and literally in-woods, our heroes struggle to survive encounters with the natives and wildlife of the Teenage Forest. Thirsty provincial royalty, swarms of altered beasts, secret societies, ancient mad scientists, and more await our heroes in the dark hollows of the great woods on this night. But will they all live to see the dawn?
posted by yellowbinder at 12:53 PM - 3 comments

December 6, 2019

Friends at the Table: The Road to PARTIZAN 09: Microscope Pt. 1 and 2

For the most recent two episodes the friends built out the recent history of the galaxy, explaining the rise of the Divine Principality, some real shenanigans around Apostalos, and the fall of the partially synthetic Equiaxed in the Columnar Tabulary. The stage is now set for the season to begin. [more inside]
posted by fomhar at 4:27 PM - 2 comments

December 5, 2019

Rude Tales of Magic: Class Dismissed

The beginning! What a fine place to start. We meet our nascent heroes in the throes of the beginning of the sunset of their scholastic salad days. Demon possessions, ominous warnings, and threats from Hell itself auger ill and trouble. Can they matriculate from danger to destiny? Can they graduate magna cum...adventure? [more inside]
posted by yellowbinder at 12:21 PM - 7 comments

The Adventure Zone: Graduation Ep. 3 "Pursued By Bear"

A pleasant sleep is interrupted by an unsettling messenger, but leads to a delicious meal. Then, the fellas get some fake real world experience.  Welcome back! Please enjoy! [more inside]
posted by EndsOfInvention at 5:22 AM - 20 comments

Judge John Hodgman: Tried Green Tomatoes

This week, Tried Green Tomatoes. Michael files suit against his friend and neighbor Sam. Michael is growing tomatoes on their shared rooftop and wants Sam to go onto the roof to admire his plants. Sam thinks he should never have to set foot on the roof. Who's right? Who's wrong? Only one can decide! Thank you to Daniel Herrera for naming this week's case! To suggest a title for a future episode, follow Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions. — SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST in APPLE PODCASTS or the RSS FEED
posted by Tevin at 5:18 AM - 8 comments

December 2, 2019

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 488: Huff the Un-Foot

We want you to come inside of our home — the one we all actually share together — to meet our new, government-mandated bird friends. Sure, the audio quality of this show is gonna take a dive, but when you see their horrible, shriveled faces, it's still absolutely not going to be worth it. Suggested talking points: Turkey House, Open the Glottis, Justin's Cooking Class, Neutral Gifts, Bush Squirrel, Thanksgiving Pizza, A Lengthy Discussion of Butch
posted by Tevin at 10:18 AM - 5 comments

November 29, 2019

The Adventure Zone: Dadlands

In the grim darkness of the far future, there are only Dads. [more inside]
posted by Mr.Encyclopedia at 12:26 PM - 17 comments

November 28, 2019

Til Death Do Us Blart: 2019

It's American Thanksgiving once more and so the grim task of forcing Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 into their eyeballs and ears. This year features some bold new approaches to consuming the movie and, if we're being honest, some mistakes were made... [more inside]
posted by EndsOfInvention at 6:02 AM - 29 comments

November 25, 2019

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 487: Frasier Crane’s Anime Dreamscape

Step inside the mind of the mind-reader himself (who is Frasier) as we pitch our bold new vision for Frasier. In this one, Frasier's getting nasty, and we're not willing to negotiate on that point, so don't bother asking.   Suggested talking points: Guiding Lights, Donuts with Morrie, Frasier's World, Reach for the Stars, Fumanji Jizz Mist, Eight Words a Day, A Call from the Dogman
posted by Tevin at 1:54 PM - 19 comments

November 20, 2019

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 486: That’s So Hambone!

Hello! We've safely returned from the concluding show of the Become the Monster tour. We are weary, but we also didn't want to put up another live episode, so we like ... just recorded a new one. It's wild, we think. It was all a blur. Comin' in hot! Suggested talking points: Magic Al the Fleshmancer, Working Less, Two-Timing Dog, Day One Costume, Flamin' Ice Cream, Nude Rider, Intermediary Brothers
posted by Tevin at 8:43 AM - 8 comments

November 14, 2019

The Adventure Zone: Graduation Ep. 2 "It's (a) Familiar"

Class is in session. The gang enjoys a nice breakfast. Argo takes the blame while the Firbolg struggles to keep it together. A friendly game goes off the rails. Fitzroy makes a new friend, literally.   Welcome back! Hope you enjoy TAZ:Graduation Episode 2!
posted by Tevin at 6:21 AM - 27 comments

November 13, 2019

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 485: Face 2 Face: Haunted Munch Squad

It happened. Well, a few things happened. One, we did a show in Orlando to make up for the time we had to cancel a show earlier this year. Two, in said show, Justin finally crossed the streams of his two wildly popular segments. Three, capitalism got the shot in the arm it's needed for some time now. You're welcome, everyone!
posted by Tevin at 5:13 AM - 2 comments

November 12, 2019

The Report: Part XV: Mueller's Report

It's Friday, March 22, 2019. It's been nearly two years since Robert Mueller was first appointed Special Counsel. Now, he's ready to submit a final report to the Attorney General. He has uncovered a sprawling and systematic effort by Russia to interfere in the 2016 election. And he's developed a mountain of evidence about the president's efforts to obstruct his investigation, things like witness tampering, ordering the creation of false records, and trying to fire Mueller himself. But Mueller's got a problem: a Department of Justice memo says he can't indict a sitting president. So what is he supposed to do with all this evidence? Mueller decides to just lay it all in the report, all 448 pages of it. It'll be someone else's problem to decide what to do about it: maybe a future prosecutor, maybe Congress, maybe the America electorate. That isn't really Mueller's concern. He's done what he was asked to do. Now his report can speak for itself. [more inside]
posted by General Malaise at 6:51 AM - 4 comments

November 9, 2019

The Good Place: The Podcast: Ch. 46: Manny Jacinto | Dave King, Writer | Amanda Boisselle

The Good Place: The Podcast's host Marc Evan Jackson sits down with Manny Jacinto (Jason/Jianyu), writer Dave King and production assistant Amanda Boisselle to shoot the shirt about Season 4, Episode 7, "Help Is Other People." Amanda dishes on Ted Danson and the rest of the cast's hilarious snack routine, the arduous process of becoming an assistant director and the real magic performed on set. Dave reveals how Season 4 was broken in the writers' room and the joy of watching Manny perform as Jason. Manny talks about Ted Danson's dedication to learning the magic tricks in the episode and the joy of playing loveable dumb-dumb Jason Mendoza.
posted by bq at 1:08 PM - 2 comments

November 7, 2019

The Good Place: The Podcast: Ch. 45: Ben Koldyke, "Brent" | Lizzy Pace, Writer | Steve Day, Director

The Good Place: The Podcast's host Marc Evan Jackson sits down with Ben Koldyke (Brent), writer Lizzy Pace and director Steve Day to shoot the shirt about Season 4, Episode 6, "A Chip Driver Mystery." Ben talks about auditioning for Allison Jones, his time as a quarterback at Dartmouth College and how he got into acting at a late age. Lizzy reveals how Mike Schur surprised her by giving her an episode to write, the inspiration for "Chip Driver" and how the character is an homage to Michael Scarn from The Office. Steve describes the difference between directing and assistant directing on The Good Place and his excitement when Mike Schur told him he'll be directing a Season 4 episode. Be sure to subscribe for more behind-the-scenes stories, performance notes and shirt-ton more!
posted by bq at 3:26 PM - 2 comments

November 4, 2019

My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 484: Griffy Griffy Bang Bang

In which we realize the scope of our commitment in promising to send a horse to college, and then determine an extremely powerful and highly lucrative name for the aforementioned horse. Suggested talking points: Halloween Delay, Candy Potluck, Happy Birthday Ronald, Medicine Blintz, We're Sending a Horse to College, Ding Dong Speed Strats, Car Expertise
posted by Tevin at 4:08 PM - 12 comments

November 2, 2019

The Report: Part XIV: The Fixer Flips

We're almost at the end of our story. This episode will cover the final set of activity that the Special Counsel examines for possible obstruction of justice: the president's behavior towards his long time attorney Michael Cohen. Unlike the other possible acts of obstruction in Volume II, which mostly occur after Trump takes office, the relevant conduct towards Cohen spans the entire time period at issue in the Mueller investigation. It starts all the way back before the campaign. To Trump Tower Moscow. [more inside]
posted by General Malaise at 5:47 PM - 1 comment

November 1, 2019

Friends at the Table: The Road to PARTIZAN 05: Ech0 & Dusk to Midnight

In the leadup to the next season, the friends play two games that were made for the Emotional Mecha Game Jam. First, as several confused children playing games with a dying mech pilot from a battle long past, and then as a number of pilots losing a war against the season's big villains. This episode features Austin, Jack, Art, and Keith
posted by fomhar at 4:42 PM - 3 comments

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