If you’ve ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a hospital clown, then this is the episode for you. Maggie Jo Saylor and Charlie Madsen join us to deliver some sage relationship advice to a manipulative asshole who thinks his girlfriend has a learning disability (spoiler alert: she doesn’t).
This week, Yasmine Baharloo and Eric Akeson join Alex and James to finally figure out how to cyber. Thankfully, we’ve got a helpful guide in a circa 1997 how-to video. We also see what happens when two kids in a trench coat successfully pull off their ruse for far too long, and Alex’s marriage is nearly ended on a hunch.
Jake Ross and Jack Bensinger join us to celebrate the first show of their Harold Team: the (Sherbert or Sherbet) Boys. We learn that Jake can’t be trusted to keep track of summer campers, Jack is a skilled martial artist, and that there’s a simple way of removing things that swim to far upstream, so to speak.
This week’s episode features two newcomers to the show! Bridget Brown and either the original or a clone of Lee Benzaquin join us to talk about magic, whether or not you should know who the “Nightstalker” is, and watch some found footage of 90’s era dating ads!
This week on The Overshare, Brenna Lemieux, Susie Allen, and Derek Shoemaker help a redditor with a relationship problem to recalibrate their definition of what “weird” or “creepy” is. Derek shares a story from a local Starbucks and a strange woman who approaches him out of no where to change his life…forever.
Alex and James gladly welcome the improv team that is widely considered to be the sexiest in town: Law Dog! John Patrick Coan, Luke Null, Zack Mast, and Alex Nichols join us to decompress about the St. Patrick’s Day crime blotter, then we visit reddit.com/r/sex and learn about body stockings, and Zack’s first masturbation experience. How are you not listening yet?
We celebrate our hundreth episode by bringing back the two dumbest friends we’ve ever had on the show: Benji Orlansky and John Patrick Coan. Where do we start with this episode description? There’s an alien named Wishbone that lives in Sean Penn’s brain that’s responsible for his success? That pretty much sums it up.
Best Friends of the show Justine Krueger and Cat McDonnell join Alex and James this week to dicuss our ongoing theme of 2015: best friendship! We meet a woman who believes that energy drinks are the work od the devil, hear from a boyfriend who is concerned for his girlfriend’s digestive health, and learn that Santa’s side piece is a Greek god.
This week James and Alex try to sing on the show for the very first time. Helping them through this traumatizing experience are musical improv experts and hosts of Vamp at MCL, Keenan Camp and Brandon Price. We listen as a weather man confesses his forbidden love of thundersnow, see why God is the best wingman on heaven and Earth, and get banned from a very important, not funny museum.
We’re back! After two long months without being extremely stupid, we get it all out of our systems with two of our dear friends of the show, Nico Carter and Brandon Shockney! We discuss an argument Alex got into at a Korean spa parking lot, hear an incredible British accent from Nico, and give advice to a young woman who has adopted Japanese culture as her own.