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Episode 181 - Making The Bed and Cutting Your Losses
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June 15, 2015 06:14 PM PDT
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On what may be one of the best episodes of the year J-L discusses comedy, Rachel Dolezal and manners and links all three in a discussion of when and why giving up on things is sometimes the best decision. The episode also includes an incredibly intricate and weirdly accurate comparison of J-L's life to Rocky IV's plot and characters.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Get J-L's album Too Big To Fail on iTunes or Google Play

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

Episode 180 - Comedy Exile
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June 10, 2015 10:04 PM PDT
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It was a roller coaster week of comedy reflection for J-L. He talks about his new sketch 12 Years A Bringer which has garnered universal praise from a segment of the comedy community. He then discusses how comedians are really just the same as the worst stereotypes of actors, without the good looks. He then discusses the emptiness of his gig calendar and ends with a story of a presumed failed shot to work with Universal Pictures.

Watch 12 Years A Bringer here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG5PuV3d6jU

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

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

Episode 179 - 12 Years a Bringer and 12 Hours a Caitlyn
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June 01, 2015 05:49 PM PDT
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On this week's episode J-L commemorates his 12th anniversary as a comedian by promoting his upcoming sketch video blockbuster. He then discusses why Bruce Jenner's photo spread in Vanity Fair is being treated with such reverence and respect by women versus Kim Kardashian's last photo spread. J-L then goes on a very tired questioning of how people are expected to respond to transgender people.

There are some funny lines in this one. And some sleepiness.

Follow J-L Cauvin on Twitter @JLCauvin

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

Episode 178 - Lebron James, Ken Burns and the Durability of Women
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May 27, 2015 07:15 AM PDT
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The episode is a day late, but it is chock full of topics. Learn why J-L is starting to retreat a little bit from his vigorous five year defense of Lebron James, why he believes women make better old people than men and finally he heaps the rarest of praise on Ken Burns after binging his 11 part documentary on Baseball.

A good solo episode that was hopefully worth an extra day of waiting (despite a slight audio issue).

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

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

Episode 177 - Pedophile Sex Jokes and Louis CK vs Mick Diflo
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May 18, 2015 08:29 PM PDT
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On the heels of Louis CK's "controversial" opening monologue on SNL, J-L has comedian and friend Mick Diflo in studio for the first time. Mick has great jokes, including one that may have to be retired after CK did one very similar on SNL. J-L and Mick talk jokes, comedy and then there is a special segment where Mick shares more of his jokes and "Louis CK" remixes them in his own style!

Follow Mick on Twitter @mickd243
Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

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

Read about Mick here - http://jlcauvin.com/?p=1637

Episode 176 - Back from LA and Burning Bridges
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May 11, 2015 07:34 PM PDT
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J-L is back in NYC for this week's episode after a successful trip to LA and an annoying trip back to NYC. J-L welcomes many (hopefully) new listeners from The Adam Carolla Show and then proceeds to dissect some of the biggest names in comedy. He destroys the Uncle Buck reboot, hopes for some media restraint with Inside Amy Schumer and then discusses one of the worst comedy specials he has ever seen.

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin
Subscribe to J-L's YouTube at www.YouTube.com/JLCauvin
Visit www.JLComedy.com

Music by The Big Sexy. Get their new album BATSU at iTUnes

Episode 175 - The Life Raft
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May 05, 2015 06:46 AM PDT
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J-L is solo and in unexpectedly cloudy California for this episode. On the episode J-L discusses how his increasingly wealthy California friend makes his trips to LA increasingly hilarious. He gives a brief review of Ex Machina and then offers a blue print for his (hopefully) new fans from his latest appearance on The Adam Carolla Show.

See J-L for FREE (and free parking) at Flappers in Burbank on May 6th at 10pm using THIS LINK http://flapperscomedy.com/site/index.php?pg=promotion_page&id=015547bfa5ca542&pid=0154764791d366b

Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

Subscribe to J-L's YouTube channel www.YouTube.com/JLCauvin

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

Episode 174 - Summer Movie Preview 2015 with Chris Lamberth
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April 27, 2015 07:45 AM PDT
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The Avengers kicks off Summer Movie Season this Friday so naturally it is time for Chris Lamberth to come back for a chat. J-L and Chris discuss the movies they are looking forward to with the usual assortment of sidebars including discussions of actresses they hope are of legal age.

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

Episode 173 - All Things Comedy with Josh Homer
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April 20, 2015 08:20 PM PDT
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Josh Homer is back and this episode is a classic and not just because it is J-L's birthday this week (buy J-L's albums on iTunes). J-L and Josh discuss Trevor Noah, Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central and a host of other topics. As an impromptu bonus J-L provides various impressions including Nelson Mandela, Anthony Jeselnik, JB Smoove and several much worse attempts. They also discuss a mentally ill podcast stalker.

Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshHomer
Follow J-L on Twitter @JLCauvin

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

Episode 172 - The Worst Episode Ever
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April 14, 2015 03:40 AM PDT
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The title says it all. A brief discussion of sports, politics, Netflix and a cancelled gig.

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

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