After life as you know it blows up, rediscovering who you are can get pretty ugly. This week, two stories set in the delirious period directly after a life changing event.
George Dunn's rebound includes a third and fourth wheel, and Anthony Desamito kisses away a kidnapping charge.
Also a warning: This show has taught us that sad people often have sad sex. If you tend to squirm at the more graphic stories we share, maybe skip this one...Happy listening!
When you get a new roommate, make sure they're human!
Half the podcast, double the shame! This is a special mini-episode featuring comedian Carly Ballerini. We'll be back with a full one next time.
A few weeks ago we did a show about school. In the process, we realized we had too many stories to fit into one episode. So today we're doing it again.
Ethan gets a classmate deported. JMO’s friends don't appreciate his genius, and Tim stands up to the biggest bully of all, his high school gym coach.
Featuring stories from comedian and Splitsider Contributor, Ethan Stanislawski, as well as Tim Barnes, stand up comedian, Vice contributor and host of the It's All True Podcast.
This week, three stories of fighting!
Jackie finds an easy target, Kyle starts a fight he might not be able to finish, and Dan refuses to die over tulips.
with stories of shame from:
Jackie Kashian (Conan, @Midnight, IFC's Maron, The Dork Forest Podcast, The Jackie and Laurie Show)
Kyle Scanlan (The Lincoln Lodge, The Whiskey Journal)
Dan Sheehan (We Still Like You, Wolf Twitter)
Chances are over the past few weeks you've been talking a lot about school. Whether your school is over-funded, under-funded, besieged by grizzly bears...this episode proves students everywhere are horrible little monster babies...
Derek Smith lets loose some wicked zingers on his grade school teachers, Robert Segovia almost brings Andrew Jackson to tears, and Erin Diamond will do ANYTHING to star in her high school play.
After a breakup, Dave comes up with a "positive" way to deal with his feelings, and Colleen's boyfriend says four words he can never take back.
With stories from Dave Losso and Colleen Watson