An interview with the powerful Ali Siddiq about his new Comedy Central special "It's Bigger Than These Bars", accountability, and finding success his own way. Check out alisiddiq.com for links to his special, albums, and upcoming dates.
Like Kevin McAllister, John is home alone in the studio. He speaks with Jordan Green, senior editor of Triad City Beat about social issues and polarization. Jason and Frank arrive just in time to talk to Germaine Lussier, entertainment reporter of io9.gizmodo.com about Spielberg's take on Netflix, indie movies to watch for, and being on the Chip Chipperson show.
The trASHE talks with the great Mark Normand about the Marx Brothers, Amy Schumer, social justice warriors, The Bonfire, his podcast Tuesdays with Stories, and people impersonating him. Plus, why you may not want to fight Jim Gaffigan.
The trASHE talks with the legendary director, writer, producer, and innovator Lloyd Kaufman about the creation of Troma Films, his new movie Return to Return to Nuke Em High, social justice warriors, his influence on Marvel, and his role in the filming of Rocky.
Sarah and Kelley sit in and answer some of Chuck Klosterman's infamous "23 Questions I Ask Everybody I Meet in Order to Decide If I Can Ever Really Love Them". Plus, John reads from his hit children's book.
This episode: Just because you are paranoid don't mean they're not after you. The conspiracy theories are abound and, after a few drinks, The trASHE sailor dives into Nic Cage's secret life as a vampire, cloud seeding, and the Katie Perry/Jon Benet cabal. Plus, more "warm cake".