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  1. Loss Of Privacy

    Jack O’Brien welcomes Executive Editor of Cracked/author Jason Pargin aka David Wong today to talk about our loss of privacy. They’ll get into why people aren’t that interested in the NSA scandal, how growing up during the Cold War affected Jason’s outlook on being constantly monitored, and the near future in which everyone will be completely fine with being recorded at all times.

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  2. Generation Gaps

    In the inaugural episode of The Cracked Podcast, co-hosts Jack O’Brien & Michael Swaim discuss generation gaps. They ask Earwolf hosts about semen pumping, talk to Daniel O’Brien about incorrect pop culture memories, and have a conversation on the Flynn effect.

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  3. Amy Poehler

    Jeff could not believe that Amy Poehler existed the first time they met. Amy explains why the podcast is like the new student film, shares some of the cool questions her children ask her, and tells us what kind of advice the older version of herself would give her present self. It’s a delightful conversation filled with talk of writing, bar mitzvahs, and public nudity.

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  4. Aziz Ansari

    Jeff is overjoyed that Aziz Ansari remains to be an amazingly hilarious stand-up comedian and that his future will be nothing short of prolific. Aziz shares stories from starting out as a new eager comic at the age of 18 in New York, tells us about his bizarre experience performing at the Gator Growl, and explains what he means by recently “quitting the internet.” Plus, Jeff crowns Aziz as the best dressed stand-up comedian and Aziz finally gets something off his chest.

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  5. Judd Apatow

    The man of the hour Judd Apatow reveals that even to this day he has to make an extra effort to not be a mouth looker. Judd explains why he has developed an email personality of a 14 year old girl, shares the tale of his first road sex story, and makes Jeff think twice of what his children might actually be looking up on the internet. Also, Judd claims that so much of his work is pretending that Freaks and Geeks & Undeclared weren’t cancelled, Judd & Jeff go deep into coverage, and Judd records a special message for his daughter.

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  6. An Ode To New York!

    What’s that? How will you deal with your life now that Andy Samberg isn’t live on your TV on Saturday nights anymore? Cheer up because you’ll still be able to see him on FOX’s upcoming Brooklyn Nine-Nine and hear him remix the Hollywood Facts theme on today’s Comedy Bing Bong! Andy & Scott have a bro out sesh about DJs & Superbowl commercials before they meet entrepreneur Eddie Floatley who quickly creates panic (it’s his job) in the studio.

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  7. Super Chums

    Hey kiddos! Saturday Night Live’s Taran Killam and Paul Brittain make their first time Comedy Bang Bang appearance! They let us know what is was like being office mates at SNL, the difference between an accent & a dialect, and give us a refresher on the sci-fi action film Demolition Man. Then musicians Mark Johnson Sr. & Lon Smudge drop by to share their amazing tale of rockin’ wool to rock ‘n’ roll and sing some of their classic dad rock tunes!

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  8. Poehler Ice Caps

    Cancel all your plans because Amy Poehler is back along with co-host Neil Campbell for a post-Emmys chat on today’s Comedy Bing Bong! Amy gives us a sneak preview of the new season of Parks and Recreation, tells us about the reality shows she’s working on, and shares some important advice on improv. Then, special guest Alan Thicke stops by to talk about what it was like on the set of “Growing Pains,” if he ever competes with his son over women, and he performs his very own Parks and Rec theme song. Plus, Scott, Amy, Neil, and Alan go head to head to be crowned G.O.A.T. in the Freestyle Rap Battle!

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  9. The JV Club: Amy Acker

    It’s a trip around the world with Episode 35′s guest Amy Acker (Person of Interest, Angel) — or at least a trip around Dallas, Japan, and pumpkin festivals, with a little high school drill team, country western dancing, and a horrible arachnid encounter thrown in for good measure. Plus a return to the classic, irrefutable fortune-telling game, M.A.S.H.!

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  10. The JV Club: Emma Bates

    The JV Club: Emma Bates

    The podcasting machine is revved up and ready with episode 71′s guest Emma Bates (Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing) for an in-depth look at love, loss, and the experiences that shape us… including living across the creek from someone named Catbird!

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