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Episode 276 - The 14 Year Itch
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May 23, 2017 06:36 PM PDT
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J-L is solo and inspired by a great weekend in Fairfax, Virginia. He discusses several upcoming projects and it is an oddly optimistic episode... at least by J-L standards.

Music by The Big Sexy

Episode 275: Comics Watching Comics and Cookie Eating Mic Cords
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May 15, 2017 09:30 PM PDT
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Joining J-L this week is comedian Kevin Gootee to discuss his show Comics Watching Comics, which is in the midst of its 4th season. The guys discuss the series, creating content, networking and other things, but unfortunately the last ten minutes of the discussion are mostly lost because Cookie, the Righteous Pup, decided to chew through J-L's microphone wire. So enjoy what you can!

Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinGootee and @ComicsWatching
Check out Comics Watching Comics on YouTube

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 274 - Fireside Craps and the New FBI Director
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May 10, 2017 06:00 AM PDT
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J-L is back solo this week, but the episode is a good one. He gives a review of Guardians of the Galaxy 2, announces a major piece of HUGE news for June and then offers his thoughts on the firing of James Comey and who might replace him. Enjoy!

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy

Episode 273 - Summer Movies 2017 with Chris Lamberth
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May 02, 2017 05:15 PM PDT
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Chris Lamberth is back to help J-L preview the Summer movies of 2017. They discuss what they want to see, J-L also shares the movies he will try hard not to see. The guys then have a Keith Sweat sing off and discuss rap music to close out the show. Enjoy!

Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisLamberth
Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 272 - The Barry Gibb of Demi Lovato Fans
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April 18, 2017 09:11 PM PDT
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On this episode J-L exhibits some optimism about a potential new album, some upcoming gigs, his homoerotic feelings for the great Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and his robust heterosexual feelings for Demi Lovato. He also discusses frustrations with progressive comedy fans. It is a very diverse and (hopefully) excellent final episode of 37 year old J-L Cauvin (he turns 38 Monday).

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 271 - Football Stadium Comedy
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April 11, 2017 08:51 PM PDT
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An exhausted J-L discusses Comedy Central's new Trump show, defends airport security (sort of) and reviews Kevin Hart's most recent stand up movie NOW WHAT, which just arrived on Netflix. Arguably the worst episode in show history. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Episode 270 - April Madness
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April 03, 2017 06:59 PM PDT
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J-L discusses a March Madness pool issue that will be resolved gloriously or humorously by the time you hear this. He also discusses a new Trump show on Comedy Central and why he wishes Merrick Garland would go John Wick on Republicans.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

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Episode 269 - Nixon, Kyle and Trump Motel
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March 28, 2017 11:31 AM PDT
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This week J-L offers a lot in less than an hour. Among the highlights are discussing the book Nixonland, a review of the movie Life, adventures of investing his money with Bro brokers and then offers reviews of Bates Motel as himself and Donald Trump. Fun episode!

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Episode 268 - Chappelle, Iron Fist and South Sudan
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March 21, 2017 10:39 AM PDT
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J-L goes deep on comedy specials (Chappelle, Jim Norton, etc.), Netflix Shows (Iron Fist, The Crown), his own failure to secure a Comedy Central Half Hour, his rankings and thoughts on Marvel TV shows and then asks his listeners to consider making a monthly donation to WFP.org to help the people of South Sudan. It is a good and varied episode.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy

Episode 267 - The Moral Rot of Comedy with Mike Payne
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March 13, 2017 09:31 PM PDT
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The title only scratches the surface of what J-L and Panye West get into. This episode should be listened to by anyone who likes comedy, aspires to do comedy or is a comedian. From oversaturation of content by Netflix to ambitious open micers and every one in between J-L, with assists from Mike Payne, dissects every business and moral failure of every group associated with stand up comedy. It sounds depressing, but it is the only thing you need to hear about stand up in 2017.

Follow Mike Payne on Twitter @GreatMikePayne
Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy

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