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Four college students attempt to figure out how the world works. It's better than you expected and not as good as you hoped.

Four college students attempt to figure out how the world works. It's better than you expected and not as good as you hoped.


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Four college students attempt to figure out how the world works. It's better than you expected and not as good as you hoped.






Supply-Side Special: How to Distribute a COVID-19 Vaccine

In the first ever Supply-Side Special, a new periodic interview series by the Supply and Demand Podcast, Mike sits down with John D'Orsi, Drug Product Process Engineer at Sanofi Pasteur - the largest vaccine company in the world and one of the companies currently testing a vaccine for COVID-19. In the episode, John discusses what goes on behind the scenes in the development of a vaccine and how the normally multi-year production of a vaccine is being accelerated to combat COVID-19 safely and...


I Believe in Science

Season Four debuts with Nate reflecting on Joe Biden's social media presence and asking big questions about what it means to believe in science. The boys don't arrive at solid answers before discussing Newtonian physics, presidential polling, relationship ethics and the Magna Carta.


Silver Linings

The boys hold one last coronavirus press conference to conclude Season Three of the podcast, discussing both hardships and silver linings that have they have endured so far and that lie ahead for humanity: jigsaw puzzles, Zoom classes, family haircuts, and memory foam mattresses included. Steven jumps in at the end for some inspirational words.


A Step Above The Rest

Greg interviews the gang about their favorite cartoons, movies, cartoon movies and brands of light beer as they rest on their laurels from a successful merchandise campaign.


Fun and Unfun Facts

The historic second-ever piece of podcast fan mail sends the boys talking about survival skills, anger issues, nostalgic music, inspirational quotes and brands of cereal which they most identify with. Submit your own questions on Twitter or Instagram @supplydemandpod ! "Boolin" shirts still on sale at ! Get ready for the summer!


Kitchen Nightmares

The Supply and Demand boys hustle their new merchandise after Greg performs a live unboxing of a mysterious piece of mail addressed to Mike that he found at their apartment. In hope of a better tomorrow, we then discuss the first things we want to do post-quarantine, like starting a four-piece acoustic band with Nate on tambourine and Steven beatboxing. Shirts and tanks for summertime boolin' available now at:


Breaking the News

Will joins the podcast to share his story of escaping the coronavirus pandemic while studying abroad in Israel and to analyze the crisis from the eyes of a journalism major... later, the boys move on to lighter quarantine topics like beer brewing, Tiger King, and getting as ripped as Paul Ryan. Follow along with our coronavirus analysis using this map: . Stay safe.


Quarantine Boolin'

In light of the apocalypse, the boys tune in remotely to discuss the college coronavirus experience, what the return normalcy might look like, and how they have dealt with life in quarantine... it includes Dr. Fauci, James Bond, TikTok, and research about astronauts. Be safe, take care of your loved ones, follow government guidelines, and stay tuned for more remote episodes of Supply and Demand.


The Coldest Truth

Abu, a free thinker and political isolationist, joins the podcast to share his mission of challenging deeply-held opinions. With the coronavirus pandemic escalating and misinformation rapidly spreading, the boys discuss what Puerto Rico, Santa Claus, God of War, Marxism, Good Will Hunting and setting the dinner table can teach us about telling the truth – and the real risks of lying. Stay safe during these trying times! Wash your hands, practice social distancing, and take care of your loved...


The Big Kahuna

Greg atones for two recent predictions that he got totally wrong: the Coronavirus is still here and Joe Biden won Super Tuesday. At world's end, the boys talk Plague Inc, the Monroe Doctrine, and venting asteroid dust out of the atmosphere with a giant leaf-blower.


Driving Blind

Lauren studies sleep and memory at a Netflix-famous biology lab at UMass. She joins the podcast to discuss the brave new world of her research and then hear out Nate's story of a bad Monday which included a broken car alternator, a bloody nose and a blind iPhone saleswoman. Greg steers the conversation down an insensitive direction and supplies a few aimless tangents along the way.


Banana Hammocks

Chloe enters the podcast arena to share thoughts about her time at Quinsigamond Community College and help Steven figure out why people wear shorts in the winter – as well as fuzzy Crocs, Nike midcalves, and unorthodox male swimwear. Meanwhile, Greg yearns for the metric system as he prepares to cook chicken broccoli alfredo for his girlfriend.


Stay Flossy

Guest star Abby handed Nancy Pelosi a toothbrush and floss this past summer as a lobbyist for the American Dental Association. She also thinks Amy Klobuchar is the candidate to defeat Donald Trump in November. The squad talks politics in light of the striking results from the New Hampshire primary and debates the most probable outcomes of the election. Steven begins the conversation undecided - listen until the end to see who he gets convinced to vote for! Listen to Abby "brush up on all the...


The Game Is Rigged

Sam researches tissue engineering and returns to the podcast to talk about his plans to save the world with lab-grown meat. He also has a hunch that the Super Bowl is rigged. The boys unpack the conspiracy theory and then take on the Iowa Caucus, which is clearly not rigged.


Coronavirus For President

Ian joins the podcast to talk about goulash, degenerate gambling and the impending Democratic primary. Greg thinks Coronavirus is a hoax.


Hand-Screwed Toothpaste

Mike thinks humans are imperfect. To figure out what to do about it, the boys relate the National Football League, cold-hearted airlines, self-driving cars, communism and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in a thrilling discussion of human error. Also, Nate gets bleeped out for the first time in podcast history. This it for it for the fall- thanks for listening! We'll catch you in 2020.


Always the Real Deal

Greg may not be 21 yet, but he knows that if you want $1 cocktails at Applebee's, you should sit at the bar. After reflecting on the world of legal drinking, the gang constructs a definitive hierarchy of chain restaurants, from Taco Bell to Cheesecake Factory. To conclude, Nate presents interesting research about lemons.


Fifty Shades of Podcasting

On the long-anticipated 50th episode, the boys talk it out: Fifty First Dates, Fifty Shades of Grey, r/FiftyFifty, the fifty states, and bologna sandwiches. Don't forget your roots.


Lucky Numbers

Special guests Ananya and Nina join the podcast to discuss their experiences in linguistics, music, and living in Europe. Later, we share our biggest superstitions and try to figure out what the big deal is with astrology.


Donut Universe

Are we living on the two-dimensional surface of a three-dimensional donut? According to guest stars Morgan and Maya, knowing for sure may be more difficult than you think. Steven whips out astrophysics knowledge as we talk anti-matter, dark energy, white holes, and the edge of the Universe. Excuse the sound quality... Mike wasn't here this week.