Author John Driver sits down with comedian Jonnie W. and other friends for funny, personal, and ultimately real life conversations about faith and culture. Interesting guests also occasionally stop by or call in for interviews on the latest happenings.
Sour grapes 🍇, Growth Spurts & Freeeeeedommmm 🇺🇸 :: Episode 177
Today on Talk About That, John tries to explain why his Christmas tree is already up, and Jonnie gets taller, but still can’t dunk a basketball 🏀. Then we discuss our eavesdropping devices, and online shopping compulsion 💴.
Plus, a conversation about American exceptionalism, and why our built in biases give us a sense of comfort.
Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Honey 🍯 ®️: “Delicious and nutritious. Also, bee vomit 🐝 🤮 “
Underoos 🦸♂️, Cliff Diving 🏊♀️, and Hot Chocolate 🍫 :: Episode 176
Today on Talk About That, John gets a medal 🏅 in the mail, and immediately turns it into a sermon illustration. Meanwhile, Jonnie loses his precious fitness watch in a 95-foot hole 🕳, gets a massage, and has an unfortunate mishap in the jacuzzi.
Plus, a conversation about fear of over-sharing and social media etiquette while on vacation.
Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Dasani 💧™️: “Somehow even worse tasting than tap water.”
Syrup 🥞, Guy Movies 🍿, and the Tree of Knowledge 🧠 :: Episode 175
Today on Talk About That, John argues with his wife about breakfast, and mails someone a book, only to have it returned a year later. Meanwhile, Jonnie ponders why certain movies just appeal more to men, and then later sobs like a baby at an internet video 😭.
Also, a conversation about narcissistic leadership and self-awareness.
Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by QR Codes ™️: “The greatest comeback story of the pandemic."
Infected Butlers, New Pilots ✈️, and Perspective :: Episode 174
Today on Talk About That, John has a real life “This Is Us” moment while looking at old videos of himself leaving for college 😭. Meanwhile, Jonnie is terrified of living a real life "Hotel California” while on vacation, and can’t believe his niece is in a chair in the sky.
Also, a conversation about nostalgia, and why we can’t have true perspective until some time has passed.
Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by People Who Recline Their Seat on the Plane ®️: “We are the absolute wo
Duct Tape Mutiny ✈️, Mascot Genders 🦅, & Isolation 🏝 :: Episode 173
John takes us inside the competitive world of Teen Bible Quiz 📖, and shares one of the worst parts about his time as a youth pastor.
Meanwhile, Jonnie threatens to record the podcast shirtless, and ponders the strange phenomenon of mascot genders for school sports teams.
Also, a conversation about hope.
Today’s episode in NOT sponsored by Black Licorice®️: “For people who love candy, but hate themselves.”
Obstacles, Movie Trailers, and Cognitive Dissonance :: Episode 172
Today on Talk About That, Jonnie climbs the corporate ladder to an easier but still minimum wage job, while John reads his own writing into an expensive microphone, and forgets how to pronounce things.
Also, a conversation on the subtle difference between coaching and manipulation.
Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Lunch: “One of the 7 most important meals of the day."
My second (of 2) favorite podcast
Absolutely love the sometimes humorous/sometimes meaningful conversations had here. In response to last week's episode, Joey from Friends says, “it’s a Moo point; it’s like a cow’s opinion. It doesn’t matter.”
Going to see Jonnie in Nashville next month. So excited!
We love this podcast!
My husband and I binge listen to this podcast on long road trips. The perspectives shared are refreshing, honest, and vulnerable. We appreciate the humor (seriously, so so funny!) paired with a gospel-centered message that is thoughtful and gracious but also honors truth. We appreciate you both, John and Jonnie.
Hi! I’m 14 years old and I am a writer, Christian, humorist, and activist. I recently started a podcast with my friend. We talk about like Music, Politics,Theology, Comedy, Mental Health, Sports. We are very excited. We are both huge fans of your show and use your show as a model. Could you give us any advice on how to get comfortable and successful