Mary-Alice McNab, star of the one-person show, Sexodus, joins Old Man Pod to talk sexual freedom, San Francisco, and all things silly.
Ali Mierzejewski gives expert toy advice. Joanne Russo, from the North Shore of Long Island, tries to find a suitor for her daughter.
Our old friend, Tevin Campbell, stops by to talk about all manner of things. Mostly nonsense. Featuring the music of The Spin Doctors.
World record holder, Gerald Crow, is on the show. Unfortunately, those buffoons at Guinness won't recognize any of his records. What gives?
Kevin McNair discusses photography. A director from Stratford, CT has information on the burnt down local Shakespearean theatre.
Poinsettia Marbles (Sonia Nam) is an impressionist and ventriloquist. She's also possessed by a demon named Asarof.
Paul Pallotta's here to tell us all about moving to the big city. Then we get a visit from, Randy Anthony Thomas (RAT), a man with a past.
We're gonna be at the PIT Loft at 7PM on Thursday, March 21st as part of Improv Fest. We'll be sharing the stage with the Speed of Life.
This episodes guests are Julia Schroeder, James Quesada, Baby James, and 2021 New York mayoral candidate and pigeon, Will De Vlavio.
Ronny Pascale, this week's contest winner, stops by to discuss Game of Thrones and baseball. All to the tune of Cameo's Word Up.
Comedian and smart guy, Stephen Sherwood stops by as we go through the history of Wisconsin, Genghis Khan, bands, and smells.
Christine Pineiro stops by to discuss teaching improv and being a twin. Then we get a vist from Puerto Rican Cousin.
The father/son duo of Kevin Lederstein (Andy Fitch) and Erik Lederman (Marcus Haugen) talk about scouts, geography, and Little Randy.
Johnny (Jawnee) Conroy is an audio engineer who once did sound for Lisa Loeb. Maybe he can replace Dustin.
Kevin Cobbs sits down to discuss philosophy and tertiary syphilis. Then we get an unwelcome visit from rival radio host, Herb Nerdsworth.
If you go through the doggy door, you best slather yourself in butter first. Claire Yale joins us on this journey as we about dream jobs.
Micah Sherman sits down with us for this one, and he does not respect his elders. Then we talk to NBA trophy namesake, Larry O'Brien.
Raina Trider's a publicist at Nickelodeon, and we're not talking about those machines that eat your nickels and show you complete garbage.
Jaime Fallon knows a lot about movies. This week, she joins Abe and Burt to talk about all types of movies, even the ones with talking.