With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus: where the guest is the host. Take a seat with Lauren as she passes off her hosting duties to a new funny friend every week. Lauren is always the guest, as an original character--or one her host holds secret until they've announced her. You never know who will show up. It's the host's show, Lauren's just along for the ride.
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Nick Vatterott: Land of The Danny Freeman
Ladies and gentleman and fellow Americans, welcome back to Land of The Danny Freeman with your host and Ultra Right-wing conservative Danny Freeman (Nick Vatterott)! Today we will find out what happened to America when special guest & Ultra Left-wing liberal Bethany Framboise, the polar bear from Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth stops by the studio. Bethany shares her thoughts on the environment, goes through some of Danny's neighbor's mail, reads scenes from The Little Mermaid, and reveals 24 true facts about herself. Later, Traci Reardon arrives to get political and help her Twitter followers with advice on America in another edition of Help Me, Rhonda.
This episode is being re-released into the free feed in honor of Earwolf's new podcast, GET RICH NICK, hosted by Nick Vatterott & Nick Turner. To subscribe, go to h.earwolf.com/nick !
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Erin Whitehead, Stephanie Allynne, Mary Holland: Sex and the City
Join Samantha Jones (Erin Whitehead), Miranda Hobbes (Stephanie Alynne), Charlotte York (Mary Holland), and Carrie Bradshaw (Lauren Lapkus) as they reunite at their favorite brunch house in another episode of Sex and the City. They’ll catch up on their relationships, take a Pop Quiz as they recollect their past adventures, and decide on their new careers. Plus, Traci Reardon stops by to offer sex life advice in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”
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Mike Castle: Dreams, What Do They Means?
Welcome back to Dreams, What Do They Means? with host and dream expert Ian Neeson. World renowned dream psychologist Randy joins the show this week to offer insightful analysis, but not before we hear the Dream That Should Not Be Talked About. Then, the two take turns pressing the button of the Random Dream Voicemail and deal with Randy's developing dream-entia. Lastly, Traci Reardon shows up to answer dream-related questions and solve a tough riddle.
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Mike Mitchell, Nick Wiger: The Force Awakens Minute
Welcome back to The Force Awakens Minute with Phuck Cumson (Nick Wiger) from KickAssAndChewBubble.com and Dylan Panini (Mike Mitchell) from Birth.Eat.Movies.Cum. It's the podcast where we analyze, scrutinize and eulogize the latest canonical Star Wars film, one minute at a time. This week they are joined by CGI specialist actress Angora Butterman aka the female Andy Serkis to delve deep into minute 18 of J.J. Abrams magnum opus as well as share stories from the set of the film in which her cut monkey character "Monk Monk" made several appearances. Plus, Traci Reardon arrives to help answer Twitter questions regarding Jar Jar, and other important Star Wars related inquiries in another edition of "Help Me, Rhonda."
Paul F. Tompkins: The North Pod with Santa Claus
Ho! Ho! Ho! Welcome once again to the North Pod with your host Santa Claus (Paul F. Tompkins) and this week’s special guest Ho Ho the naughty Elf. They will get into all the important business of the North Pole including reindeer check ups, toy workshop gossip, and answering phone calls from curious folk from around the world. Later, Traci Reardon stops by to offer advice on liking bad Xmas gifts and more to her Twitter followers in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.” Merry Christmas!