Aisha Tyler stops by to talk about how she wishes she could quit working so damn much. Plus, we solve all the problems of The Hobbit by casting Aisha as Radagast the Brown, we sing the praises of frosted mini-wheats, and we stare directly into God’s dick abs.
Comedian Hasan Minhaj stops by to talk about how he wishes he could quit paying attention to assholes on the internet. Plus, we come up with new fashion ideas for our nation’s stoners. And we receive some professional housekeeping tips from dead people.
Andrés du Bouchet from Conan stops by to talk about wishing he could quit trying to make up for all the fun he didn’t have in his twenties. Plus, we dive deep into erotic fan fiction, Star Wars LEGO, and how much drinking is too much drinking.
Vanessa Ragland of Pop My Culture stops by to urge people not to pretend they’ve discovered everything they just happen to notice. Plus, we talk about the harshness of the death penalty, the hubris of litterers, and we hear from a listener who may or may not be responsible for killing millions of bees.
Matt Gourley of SuperEgo stops by to urge people to quit believing in the ancient bullshit of astrology. Plus, we uncover the greatest Bond movie line of all time. And we sing the praises of such exquisite joys as The Twilight Zone and cleaning your ears with a Q-tip.
At our first live show in Los Angeles, some of our best friends share stories, jokes, and puppet-based dialogs about the things they wish would quit. Featuring James Urbaniak, Judith Shelton, Todd Levin, and music by Allison Goertz. Never has an evening been more magical.
Comedian Solomon Georgio stops by to discuss Tyler Perry’s lowering of the entertainment bar. Plus, we learn what it’s like to grow up a young Phil Collins fan in Fresno. And Brian’s neighbor Bernice calls in with a phlegm problem.
Comedian and writer Colton Dunn from “Key & Peele” wishes he could quit mainlining MSNBC, since he’s not sure he’s getting a well-rounded news-ucation. Plus, we put a stop to presidential myths by spreading some truth about our greatest leaders and the origins of their stupid nicknames.
Comedian and improviser Jay Frosting from Pre-Recorded.com stops by to ask celebrity gossip magazines and the people who read them to please quit it. Plus, we explore the mystery of whether New Jersey belongs to the Kingdom of New England. And we check in with the artist formerly known as Pope Benedict XVI to find out why he quit the Vatican.
Comedian and Conan writer Todd Levin stops by to suggest maybe the entire comedy industry should take a year off to find itself. Plus, we get to the bottom of adult book store “arcades”, fast food hash browns, and homeless celebrities.