#64 - Robin Williams saved Superman
In which Adam Scherer and I discuss depression and the passing of actor/comedian/awesomeface Robin Williams, and share stories regarding how he affected our and others' lives.
#63 - Saving America with Larry Longstreth
After an intro regarding the passing of Robin Williams that was reported during the recording of this episode, Larry and I delve into how filmmaking has seemed to change over the years and how he prefers to stretch the boundaries. Appropriately...
#62 - Gameshows and GISHWHES
Sarah Goldberg returns to talk about our day at The Price Is Right, then the upcoming week of chaotic fun that is GISHWHES, a scavenger hunt run in part by Misha Collins. She also discusses how it made a personal impact.
#61 - Pro wrestler Joey Image
Joey is a professional wrestler from Jersey who has been dealing for over a year now with multiple back injuries and being unable so far to return to the ring. We discuss his career and his current focus on staying involved with the profession while...
#60 - The Great Migration recap
In this slightly delirious episode, I recap with Adam Scherer my move from Seatlle to LA. A bit sleep deprived and delirious, so we, of course, discuss Facebookings.
#59 - Really real estate
A brief solo ep, recorded from a superclassy hotel room in Oregon, in which I talk about the emotional crap from getting a house ready for sale and the migration to LA from Seattle thus far. Never underestimate the workload. Seriously.
#58 - Adam Scherer loves the box
In which we discuss Adam's move from Atlanta to LA in 2008 to pursue a career in entertainment as a voice actor, writer, and behind-the-camera guy, and how easy it can be to want to give up.
#57 - Nerf Herding with Vlad Neko, pt 2
In part 2, we discuss his then-impeding surgery (everything went well), podcasting stresses, and comedic grocery purchases.
#56 - Nerf Herding with Vlad Neko, pt 1
In which we discuss Nerf wars, Nerf Herder Podcast, sexuality from more of a teenage perspective, pressure from society to fit in, and more.
#55 - Adventures in bodypainting with Latoyia Blount
In which we discuss vidja games, cosplay (Vorel Darastrix on Facebook), our shared bodypainting experience during ECCC, and all sorts of other geekery.
#54 - Propping up Bill Doran
In which Bill discusses leaving his regular day job to start Punished Props, his prop-making business that specializes in cosplay, as well as how he found motivation to drop 60 pounds and get super fit.
#53 - Judge not my purse
A solo episode in which I look at the odd way we tend to evaluate others over something superficial or without knowing much of the story.
#52 - Bringing Christmas with Sarah Goldberg, pt 2
We dig more into what we began discussing in part one, including the realization of Sarah's mother having a bigger condition than most previously had considered.
#51 - Truffle PTSD with Sarah Goldberg, pt 1
We discuss in this two-part episode eating curdled truffles in a crowd, medically necessary cats, and Sarah's discovery that her mother tends to exhibit manic behavior.
#50 - Googling butts with Jaden
My 9-year-old son Jaden wanted to see how the podcast is made. While he learns how it works, we discuss troubles in class and how he feels about us moving to Los Angeles this summer. Kid attention span = short episode.
#49 - Jennifer Blanc-Biehn & Michael Biehn
In which we discuss functional alcoholism, self-image issues, bullying, and doing things for the love of it. Check out their bbbasement fan site for more info on upcoming projects and potential contests for members!
Michael Gaines thinks too much
In this episode, we discuss the anxieties of starting and continuing podcasts, creating original content, finding compatible cohosts, and more, all while drinking tasty beer in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
The Great Migration. Again.
I'm selling my house and moving from Seattle to Los Angeles this summer, and have a pile of worries/fears to work out before then. In this solo ep, I babble on about the source of my issuesregardingthis impending move, including growing upwithout my...
#46 - Interpretive kickball with Galen Howard
Galen's in a new indie film released by Lionsgate, Children of Sorrow, about falling into a cult. We discuss his role, experience as an actor, and a quirky childhood in which parents actually encouraged his creative growth, even through therapy.
#45 - Grandpa's medicine with Joe Rivera
In which I discuss with Joe Rivera nerdiness, adult beverages, comedy, arrogance, and the work behind starting the new site Next Level Geek.
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