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Episode 167 - Racist Rush Week for Frat Bros and GOP Senators
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March 10, 2015 06:35 AM PDT
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J-L is solo this week in anticipation of next week's life coach episode. After the usual self promotion he discusses two shows with potential that you should try, the newest, terrible news about Ghostbusters and then gets into the N word singing Oklahoma fraternity and the political party afraid to say the N word, but willing to treat the President like one.

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

Episode 166 - House of Cards with Pete Bladel
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March 02, 2015 07:59 PM PST
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With a new season ready to stream on Netflix, now is the perfect time for J-L to complain about House of Cards. Defending the show is DMV native and NYC based comedian Pete Bladel. The guys chat about all sorts of television, comedy and movies but with House of Cards flaws and strengths being the centerpieces of the discussion.

If you have not watched ANY HoC but plan to then don't listen past the intro. If you have not yet watched season 3 or are in the middle of it, the episode is spoiler free, though once the discussion gets to Clair in the late part of the podcast you may want to skip or stop listening as it gets very close to spoiler material.

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

Episode 165 - Homeless Drake, Sean Penn and a Comedian Named Calvin
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February 23, 2015 08:55 PM PST
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This week is one of the best solo episodes in a while. J-L first discusses a bitterly funny e-mail he gets back from a comedy club. He then describes a very entertaining experience on the NYC subway and then concludes, of course, with his analysis of the Oscars and all the accompanying micro tragedies.

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Theme music by The Big Sexy. Get their new album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 164 - Eddie Murphy, Replacing Jon Stewart and 50 Shades of Feminism with Mike Payne
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February 16, 2015 07:17 PM PST
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Making his first return to the show after being featured on last year's #1 episode, Mike Payne stays for an extensive visit and a great episode. He and J-L first defend Eddie Murphy and discuss SNL's best and worst eras. After getting sidetracked by an in depth discussion of Guns N Roses the guys have a discussion about people who should replace Jon Stewart and come to two very realistic and strong choices. The two then discuss 50 Shades of Grey and go off on a wild tangent about the lies society has told women and why no one can have it all. They end with a discussion of a cop indictment for manslaughter in NYC (which probably could have and should have been its own episode).

Follow Mike on Twitter @GreatMikePayne
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their new album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 163 - It's Always Sunny with JL
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February 10, 2015 04:27 AM PST
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On today's solo episode J-L offers an encouraging endorsement for Better Call Saul and a rare gushing endorsement for the FX comedy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He then discusses his problem with Grammy darling Sam Smith. He ends with a revealing discussion of his up and down Sunday in comedy. Enjoy!

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

Episode 162 - Super Bowl Recap and Valentine Advice
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February 03, 2015 05:16 AM PST
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This week J-L is solo and delivers the usual cheery news about his comedy career before offering Valentine's Day advice. He then gives a recap of the Super Bowl and why he rooted for the Patriots.

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

Episode 161 - Kendrick Lamar with Chris Lamberth
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January 26, 2015 03:26 PM PST
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In a classic-style RPP episode, J-L discusses and debates with Chris Lamberth whether Kendrick Lamar is overrated and what his rise and the rise of other similar rappers says about the direction and voice of hip hop today. Before that J-L offers several obscure impressions for the judgment of the audience.

Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisLamberth
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their new album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 160 - Oscar Breakdown with Chris Lamberth
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January 19, 2015 07:58 PM PST
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In this episode J-L sits down with Chris Lamberth to chat, debate and laugh about the Oscar nominations.

Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisLamberth
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 159 - Golden Globe Nonsense and Brave Bad French Comedy
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January 12, 2015 07:39 PM PST
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J-L is in strong form today giving a thorough dissection of the Golden Globes, most notably his venom for Transparent. He goes off on a new HBO show and the self-pitying narcissism of adults between 32 and 45. He concludes by applauding the people of Charlie Hebdo, questioning the correctness of the protest signs and wishing the cartoonists were actually funny.

Check out J-L's Joel Osteen parody here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByJrku6bQ88

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Theme music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BATSU on iTunes.

Episode 158 - New Year's Resolutions and a Horrible Eulogy
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January 05, 2015 09:16 PM PST
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To kick off the 4th year of the RPP, J-L provides a few recommendations for listeners, offers the world's worst eulogy for the late Stuart Scott and then discusses a story about his CK video that infuriates him. He finishes with a depressing booking story that only comedians can fully appreciate.

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

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