Comedian Andy Peters stops by to talk about how he wishes people would quit turning every gosh darn thing into a competition. Plus, we get a phone call from an incarcerated Nicolas Cage, and we announce the 2013 Quit It Christmas Un-Competition for all the losers out there.
Comedian Allen Strickland Williams stops by to talk about he wishes people would quit asking what he’s working on. Plus, we get into regional discount book chains, Dippin’ Dots, and yogurt mogul scandals.
Erin Gibson from “Throwing Shade” stops by to talk about wishing she could quit “Law & Order: SVU”. Plus, we get into the dark details of big game hunting for rich assholes, and we welcome our new sponsor: Hobosexual.com.
Eva Anderson from IFC’s “Comedy Bang Bang” stops by to talk about how she wishes people would quit yacking on the phone in front of God and everybody. Plus, we talk about competitive baking, antagonistic hobby shops, and Art Bell. And James Honeycutt from Netflix stops by with some Halloween movie picks.
Devin Faraci of BadassDigest.com stops by to talk about how he wishes he could quit being so cynical. Plus, we explore what it means to be a nerd in our modern age, ponder whether “Star Trek: Into Darkness” is the most cynical movie of the year, and let our resident internet docent A.E. Gulliford guide us through the wonders and horrors of salty betting.
For our 50th episode, favorite guest Judith Shelton stops by to talk about how she wishes people would quit going on and on about how blessed they are. Plus, we get into the virtues of manners, piano rooms, and dressing like a schoolboy. And if that weren’t enough, there’s even a special Kraft Cheese Crumbles-sponsored congressional opinion poll.
Greg Sestero from “The Room” stops by to talk about his new book “The Disaster Artist” about the making of “The Room”, one of history’s worst movies. Plus, we hear some new “Room”-related music from our old pal Cossbysweater, and pop sensation Peter Cetera volunteers to write our new theme song.
Writer and comedian Lee Rubenstein stops by to talk about how he wishes people would quit telling him to get off his phone and become the same kind of obnoxious extrovert they are. Plus, we finally get to the bottom of which geek icon is better: Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett? And in a bit of sponsored content, evil companies Maxim Magazine and BuzzFeed team up to bring us the top 7 celebrity butterfaces.
Comedian Fred Stoller stops by to talk about how he wishes he could quit seeking validation from other people. Plus, we get into the nitty gritty tell-all aspects of his new book, which is decidedly not a tell-all. And we hear from famed genius Stephen Hawking.