This week: Satirist Christian Lander talks about Stuff White People Like… a town goes nuts after a boll weevil blight… and Brendan looks into the future of food, but can’t see the stealth miso. Plus, a joke from Los Lobos and a tune from Toro y Moi.
This week: Rap iconoclast Kid Cudi comes in for a check-up... An Alabama woman gets star-struck... And Sarah Palin slays a reindeer. Plus, a joke/hallucination from Bob Odenkirk, and a classic track from Thin Lizzy.
This week: Global DJ and music mogul Diplo takes a call... The besotted birth of the video game industry... and Rico gets schooled at America's most vegan-friendly campus. Plus "medicinal" vodka and a new tune from Cloud Nothings.
This week, a Thanksgiving meal for your ears, in three courses: Brendan braves the mean streets of NYC to score contraband grilled cheese... Rico daintily dips his tongue into the hottest of hot sauces... and we launch a unilateral war against the cupcake.
This week: UK movie star Sally Hawkins crows about her new film... we unearth the missing drink... and Brendan has an early Thanksgiving in Chinatown. Plus, a joke from Procol Harum's Gary Brooker, and a new track from A-D-D D.J. Girl Talk.
This week: Pop 'n' soul star Huey Lewis gets dressed... Canada takes out our TV trash... We learn the greatest name in football... Plus Kai Ryssdal kids around and Sonny and the Sunsets supply a tune.
This week: Brit actor/director/provocateur Chris Morris terrorizes US movie screens... Black Bart's last verse... and urban farmers get their goats. Plus, Curative new music from Crystal Castles, and an-"other" joke.
This week: Swedish starlet Noomi Rapace removes her Dragon Tattoo... America's fake World War... And Quidditch vies for legit-ish-macy. Plus a joke from Talking Head Chris Frantz, and music from The Smith Westerns.
This week: Comedy juggernaut Judd Apatow courts disaster... London's suds flood... and Rico experiences the sweet taste of Conflict. Plus, a joke from author du jour Dinaw Mengestu and new music from Kiwi band Secret Knives.
This week: Comedian Paul F. Tompkins is no longer driven...A congressional beatdown for the ages...And the cult draining Seagram's...Plus, new music from the band Tennis.