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Episode 138 - Michael Brown
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August 19, 2014 02:27 PM PDT
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J-L is both late today with this week's brand new episode and a little late to offer his take on the Michael Brown death in Ferguson, Missouri. So after making his usual plugs he talks about how the main thing he has learned is that too many people on one side of this debate look to score negative points against the victim or black leaders as a way to avoid challenging their world view on the relationship of black people to both law enforcement and America. Hope this gets you to think and share.

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Music by The Big Sexy

Episode 137 - The Legend of Derek Jeter with Will Lopez
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August 11, 2014 08:05 PM PDT
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The episode begins with some kind words about the late, great Robin Williams. But after eulogizing a dead legend, J-L goes full on righteous pr**k on a living legend, "The Captain" Derek Jeter. Defending Jeter is comedian and life long Yankee fan Will Lopez.

J-L goes after every aspect of Jeter's legacy and it makes for some entertaining podcast. Enjoy! Please give the podcast 5 stars on iTunes and Stitcher.

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Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 136 - Comedy Life Coach with Josh Homer
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August 05, 2014 04:48 AM PDT
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A truly exceptional episode this week with Josh Homer. After discussing who will win Last Comic Standing and Ray Rice beating up his wife, J-L and Josh delve deep into comedy talk, specifically Josh's new 2014 round of advice for J-L's career.

Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshHomer
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Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 135 - The Beginning of the End
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July 29, 2014 06:55 AM PDT
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J-L is solo again this week and discusses his past, present and future in comedy and NY.

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Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 134 - Day Job Doldrums
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July 22, 2014 03:14 AM PDT
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J-L is exhausted and alone on this week's podcast. He discusses his new day job and its implication for his unpaid media empire and his problems with successful comedians offering comedy counsel. Last, but not least, makes a desperate plea for someone - anyone - to get his SNL reel to the people that matter at NBC.

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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes

Episode 133 - Seth Rogan and James Franco with Andrew Schwartztol
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July 15, 2014 06:30 AM PDT
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This week's episode is a classic return to the Righteous Prick format. Sensing a future of too much Seth Rogan and James Franco, J-L invites Andrew Schwartztol on to discuss and debate whether these guys are talented geniuses, or on the long death march to becoming the next Adam Sandler (at least in Rogan's case). And then things get extremely heated towards the end. Fun episode, also with a through recap of the worst weekend of J-L's comedy career.

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Subscribe on iTunes, listen on Stitcher and please buy some of J-L's albums to support another year of the podcast.

Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 132 - The Case Against Anthony Cumia and Comedy with Lee Herlands
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July 07, 2014 09:04 PM PDT
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This may be the biggest and best episode of the podcast ever. Seriously. First off (after J-L declares his potential future with Cleveland) goes on in detail of his problems with Anthony Cumia and his defenders. That alone would made for an explosive episode, but then J-L sits down for a terrific discussion of comedy, booking and naming names with Cleveland Improv general manager Lee Herlands. This really should be an episode you share with friends to get them to become fans, either for the current events take, the comedy insights or both.

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Music by The Big Sexy.

Episode 131 - Pay for My Condoms and a Last Comic Chat with Jimmy Shubert
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July 01, 2014 10:28 AM PDT
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J-L starts the episode with a semi-informed discussion of Supreme Court cases and promotes his upcoming appearances in Cleveland and Chicago. Then he chats with this week's Last Comic Standing cast off Jimmy Shubert to discuss how he is not Pauly Shore's father.

Check out and follow all of Jimmy's stuff at www.JimmyShubert.com
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Music by the Big Sexy.

Episode 130: Last Comic, NY Yankees, NBA Draft and a Rant on Fake Nerd Culture
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June 24, 2014 07:55 AM PDT
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J-L is solo today, but it is a power packed episode. After the usual house keeping issues J-L gives a tour de force on the NBA Draft as it relates to his beloved Utah Jazz (and how the Utah Jazz gave him the racial harmony he was missing at home), the horrible mistakes the NY Yankees are making and why he is not a Derek Jeter fan, the best show on TV this year and a powerful, well-reasoned rant on behalf of real nerds in this era of fake nerds.

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Subscribe on iTunes and listen and share the Stitcher link.

Check out the store page at www.JLCauvin.com for J-L's stand up albums

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes

Episode 129 - Lebron James and Last Comic Sickness with Mark Normand
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June 16, 2014 07:45 PM PDT
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After directing listeners to his treatise in defense of Lebron James, J-L has red hot comedian Mark Normand on the show to discuss his semi-final departure from Last Comic Standing. Normand gives a very detailed description of everything from his hotel to his encounter with the judges to his HIV scare (and actual illness) that may have cost him a trip to the LCS finals. Absolutely great episode talking comedy.

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Listen and share the Stitcher link and subscribe on iTunes. Give 5 star reviews on one or both to help the podcast.

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes.

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