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Episode 191 - Comedy One-Percenters and Hamilton
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August 25, 2015 09:03 AM PDT
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This is a dense, fast-pace, fire-fueled episode so enjoy. J-L starts with a depressing and then fiery Bernie-Sanders-esque take on the world of stand up comedy. He then discusses the new Broadway masterpiece HAMILTON, about the J-L Cauvin of the Founding Fathers. J-L also destroys Instagram celebrities and women who want to walk around topless in the name of equality. J-L then critiques some recent specials he has seen and then ends with a handicapping of this season's 1st five finalists of Last Comic Standing. Trump, Bernie Sanders and Anthony Jeselnik impressions make appearances.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin
Subscribe on iTunes or Follow on Podomatic

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album on iTunes

Episode 190 - Bernie's Life Matters with The Black Guy Who Tips
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August 17, 2015 09:44 PM PDT
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On this episode J-L is joined by podcasting mogul and trending hashtag creator Rod, AKA The Black Guy Who Tips. The two start with a discussion of Summer television and then after a Tropic Thunder detour discuss Bernie Sanders and black lives matter, as well as race and politics in general. Rod then tries to get J-L to destroy what's left of his career by asking him about female comedians and the two end their discussion with a segment on Henry Cavill, a running joke about a seriously handsome man.

Follow Rod on Twitter @Rodimusprime & @TBGWT
Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 189 - Open Mic Lives Matter
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August 11, 2015 04:57 AM PDT
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J-L begins by breaking down a recent performance at an open mic and then talks about the possibility of having to battle a comedy hero in a roast battle. He then tries to navigate the Bernie Sanders vs Black Lives Matter issue that has emerged over the last month and why he sees it as a Catch 22 or a Chicken vs. the Egg or some sort of analogy. And yes, there is also Henry Cavill talk.

For J-L's Donald Trump movie review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOeoW_Gt01w

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 188 - Rusty Trump
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August 03, 2015 07:23 PM PDT
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Mike Payne is the guest which means long talk about lots of different topics. J-L and Mike begin by chatting about a new sex position J-L invents known as the Rusty Trump. They then utilize Mike's deep political knowledge to break down the GOP race and Thursday debate. Once that goes on for too long... they discuss it for a little bit longer.

After the GOP debate talk things get going on gender and comedy. The chat goes from why men are funnier than women to why lesbians are funnier than straight women, to how do women get to read crappy magazines in public without fearing judgment to why women under 30 are a texting plague of social awkwardness.

This may be your favorite episode... or your least favorite episode.

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

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 187 - Genesis or Kunta Cookie
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July 28, 2015 10:57 AM PDT
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On this week's episode J-L goes into details of his comedy trip to Arlington, discusses his hetero love for Tom Cruise (and Henry Cavill... again - it is getting awkward), his Notorious-based fears for Straight Outta Compton and then discusses what may be the biggest life change of his adult life.

Follow J-L On Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes

Episode 186 - J-L, Jay-Z and Ashley Madison
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July 21, 2015 06:39 AM PDT
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This week's episode is short and full of important stuff. J-L is back to being a working road comedian for a week; he has a great new video out this week; he offers another man crush in this week's "Is J-L Coming Out of the Closet" segment; he hangs out with Jay Z at the Southpaw premiere and he says why he is so happy that Ashley Madison has been hacked.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 185 - The Emmy Awards Preview with Liz Simons
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July 13, 2015 06:07 PM PDT
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The Emmy nominations are announced Thursday, but why wait for the amateurs to name their choices? J-L provides numerous impressions of Donald Trump and is joined by Liz Simons to discuss the shows that should be nominated, the ones that will be nominated and everything in between. Plus Transparent sucks and is not funny.

Follow Liz on Twitter @thedvrfiles
Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 184 - The Lady World Cup, True Detective and Serena
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July 07, 2015 10:27 AM PDT
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J-L is solo today and full of more energy than the last 3 weeks combined. He goes off on a series of topics including why he stopped watching True Detective, why professional women's sports (except for Serena Williams) are a waste of time and money and a crude tribute to Serena WIlliams' endless thickness. Other things occur also, INCLUDING A RETURN OF J-L's OBSCURE OLD MAN FROM THE STRAIN IMPRESSION!

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes

Episode 183 - Optimistic Tweets and The Origin Story of J-L
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June 30, 2015 09:15 AM PDT
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J-L started this episode not knowing where it would lead but as the bi-racial nursing home continues he delves another week deeper into comedy. He chats about his failures professionally and personally and reveals how one tweet gave him the motivation to continue working on his comedy. He then shares a detailed story of his basketball past that informs why for all his talk of quitting comedy why he is scared to do so.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

www.JLComedy.com

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes

Episode 182 - Comedy Nursing Home
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June 23, 2015 12:01 PM PDT
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J-L is taking care of his parents this week and doing legal work so he had to squeeze the episode in during a free hour, but it is still full of goodness. He previews his July content, discusses Charleston and asks the audience to consider what the biggest historical tragedy is: Slavery, the Holocaust or J-L's comedy career. J-L then comes to the conclusion that he has probably been blacklisted and gives some data to prove it. Fun episode...

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

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