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October 04 2013


The CDC Health House w/ Carrie Poppy

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Carrie Poppy (of Oh No, Ross and Carrie!) and Shawna Leonard (on Twitter @endemictoearth) lead Jay on a tour of the CDC’s Health House, a spooky… well, it’s more scary… actually, it’s a horrifying look at how everybody’s house is always haunted by invisible bacteria. And during a government shutdown, with the CDC not being funded, who will come to save you? BTW, what’s “mersa”?

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August 08 2013


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July 03 2013


Coed (Unisex?) Strip Club w/ Avery Edison

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Meet two pioneers who are opening up the world of exotic dance to simultaneous performances by men and women, dancers and customers alike, goth or not goth. Featuring Avery Edison (on Twitter @aedison) and Chase Nordengren (follow his podcast on Twitter @DearBlankShow).

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September 05 2012


The Unexplainable w/ Tim O’Malley

Learn the best ways of dealing with a haunting with the host of “The Unexplainable”, a paranormal call-in show in Cleveland. How do you take back control of your home? What does it mean if objects start moving on their own? And wait, Bobcat Goldthwait isn’t dead, how can he be a ghost? Featuring special guest, Second City instructor Tim O’Malley. (Here’s Tim’s hit comedy musical “Godshow” on YouTube.) View in iTunes (1-Click Subscribe) No iTunes? No problem. Subscribe using any program you prefer. Photo by JD Hancock

September 02 2012


Celebrity Twitter Ghost Writer

Skimming Pool· Learn the shocking truth about how celebrities get so many Twitter followers and fake the appearance of being super-busy all the time. We’ve got exclusive access to a secret celebrity “ghost tweeter,” and he explains his in-depth process for getting to know clients such as Eliza Dushku and Fred Durst. Bring your appetite and a towel! Featuring Jordan Morris of Jordan, Jesse, Go! (iTunes Link) and Jay’s new favorite thing on the Internet:

July 28 2012


Magic: The Racketeering

Hi, Firecasters! This bonus scene is just for you guys. Scott and Jay got the suggestion of "magic" through the Facebook fan page, and a couple of different stories led to an epic battle for dignity.

June 29 2011


The Adam Carolla Show - Kelly Oxford | The Adam Carolla Show

Blogger Kelly Oxford sits down to talk to Adam about the early days of blogging, and Bam Margera’s response to Roger Ebert’s offensive tweet. Adam also talks about carbon monoxide poisoning, and listen to another snippet of The Lotzi Tapes. http://www.adamcarolla.com/ACPBlog/2011/06/22/kelly-oxford/

January 31 2011


The Adam Carolla Show - Marc Maron | Adam Carolla's Show

Adam welcomes Marc Maron back to the show to discuss interviewing Gallagher, the pains of divorce, and why therapy can sometimes be a good thing. http://www.adamcarolla.com/ACPBlog/2011/01/30/marc-maron/

August 31 2010


IRC Podcast 2010-04-21 Kurt Braunohler

Kurt Braunohler from the People's Improv Theater discusses solo improv, image streaming, viewpoints and Caligula.

IRC Podcast 2010-06-14 Will Hines and John Frusciante

Will Hines and John Frusciante from the UCB Theatre in New York discuss the game, improv training simulators, an improv sabbath and things to steal from Ian Roberts. Will and John host the UCB Theatre Podcast and teach at the UCB Training Center.

IRC Podcast 2010-06-22 Jimmy Carrane

Jimmy Carrane talks about grounded scenework, the third choice, reality transaction scenes, commitment, silent scenes, side coaching and group therapy.

July 20 2010



An improv exercise useful in life.
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July 13 2010


The Treatment: John C. Reilly

Elvis Mitchell hosts actor John C. Reilly (Magnolia, Boogie Nights, Criminal) to talk about his latest feature, Cyrus, directed by Mark and Jay Duplass, in which he plays the lead role, along side Jonah Hill, Marisa Tomei and Catherine Keener. Reilly discusses improvising as part of the storytelling element, his difficulty in making things funny and ease at being truthful since working on film exposes one’s heart to the camera. He also reveals that he does not want to direct – yet!
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