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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

Music by The Big Sexy

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

Episode 266 - The Russell Westbrook of Podcasts
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March 06, 2017 02:43 PM PST
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J-L fills the stat sheet on this week's episode of the podcast. After giving his list of Spring gigs he reviews Get Out, repeats his recommendation of Bates Motel, announces his failure to get a Comedy Central Half Hour, denounces Trump's latest antics, discusses the Civil Rights Movement and talks about his Father's funeral and eulogy.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Music by The Big Sexy

Episode 265 - Louis Cauvin
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March 01, 2017 01:40 PM PST
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J-L discusses the passing of his father... and still manages to make it a little about comedy. J-L remembers his Dad, ponders what it must have been like for a foreign-born, black man to have kids that could never fully understand his experience, carb cutting to fit into a funeral suit and various other ramblings.

Episode 264 - Comedy, Books and Mediocre White Lives Matter
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February 22, 2017 07:08 AM PST
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On this week's episode J-L discusses the Patrice O'Neal comedy benefit he attended, the great documentary Life, Animated, his dog's possible love for Al Horford and why people need to read Taylor Branch's trilogy on the Civil Rights Movement. Really good episode this week and Panye West returns next week!

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 263 - The Grammys and Beyhive Honey Tears
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February 13, 2017 06:41 AM PST
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On this week's episode, J-L announces the return of a big guest next week, reviews two movies, highlights some gigs he has and others he probably won't get and then goes into a recap of the Grammys, including bad work by Beyonce and Adele. Enjoy!

Music by The Big Sexy

Episode 262 - Julio Jones Matters
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February 06, 2017 07:46 PM PST
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Don't call it a comeback. Seriously. But J-L is back this week to discuss the Super Bowl in his own unique way. He also reviews 3 new comedy specials on Netflix. It is a fun return to your earbuds!

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 261 - 2016
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December 27, 2016 05:53 AM PST
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J-L offers a depressing end to a depressing year (and perhaps career).

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