Acclaimed filmmaker Jim Jarmusch tells us a joke that, while particularly party appropriate, is probably not as cool as you would expect.
A joke regarding the sartorial selections of an iconic character of Western literature. You know... Waldo. Of "Where's Waldo."
A reminder from Margaret Batjer that even the best violin doesn't make a great musician.
Self-described ‘bird nerd’ Noah Strycker – author of “The Thing With Feathers” (out now) – hits us with a joke that doesn’t quite sing.
Actor, commentator, and - perhaps most of all - musician, Carrie Brownstein knows a lot about making people dance. Making tissues dance is less appealing.
Annabelle Gurwitch is on the show to talk about her new book about middle-age, so maybe it's appropriate that she told us a joke about a chiropractor.
Jonah Hill joins us this week to talk about his serious role in a serious film. This joke is about cupcakes.
A joke for when you're without the chauffeur.
Micheal Cimarusti -- two-Michelin-star chef of Los Angeles' acclaimed Providence and Connie & Ted's restaurants -- tells us something he probably won't be serving.
Sam Harris joins us this week to share stories from his own life in the spotlight - and he starts us off with an appropriate joke.