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147 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
37: "Is This Godzcast Kong Taken?" - Series Finale! ft. Bryan Clark (Scream Magazine) & Tadd Good ("First Time?" Podcast, Attack of the Killer Podcast)
When I started ITPNT, it dawned on me that I wanted the show to end when I got vaccinated. With my vaccination appointment in sight, and an incredible story of how I brought friends and family together for a silly monster movie, the stars aligned for this to be our final episode. The atmosphere is more relaxed than usual, consider this our "post-Godzilla vs. Kong" celebration as well as a triumphant return to theaters for us movie nerds. Join me, Bryan Clark, and Tadd Good as we yammer on incessantly about the new filem, "Godzilla vs. Kong," review the chocolate bars and hot sauce FYE has licensed for the film, and say goodbye to the show about the things we're doing to stay sane in a crazy world. Thank you all for listening! Check out Bryan Clark's writing here: https://www.amazon.com/Bryan-Clark/e/B000AP9BC8/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1?fbclid=IwAR2ckIKTv0tpzkxJa6iCpiQ42iz6FjAPb15zsGDh8KLDixXpAJDYwffYL3Y https://cinemasochistapocalypse.blogspot.com www.screamhorrormag.com - Bryan's been a featured writer in this magazine! "First Time?" Podcast can be found wherever pods are casted. Here's a link: https://open.spotify.com/show/2hFAdc2O4IrNBaDnpbfhTN?si=MdEcJgVaSKSMmYcSN-w_ug "Attack of the Killer Podcast" can also be found wherever pods are casted. Here's a link: https://open.spotify.com/show/0EGTzUGEEWw3wfwIkPKnaF?si=ZC5CYJTPS3CklL2sA-JznA
56 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
36: Is It Cotton Candy Day Already? Ft. Jordan Morris (Jordan Jesse Go!, Good Mythical Morning)
Our guest Jordan Morris is one of the hosts of Jordan Jesse Go!, one of the most influential and long-lasting comedy podcasts ever! His story ‘Bubble’ (which started as a podcast) is also available for pre-order as a graphic novel and is currently being made into a film treatment. We talk about that story along with his new hobby of running, the importance of preorders, and his time at daily web show Good Mythical Morning! We even dip our toes into a conflict that is local to Michael: Matt’s Bar vs. 5/8 Club: who has the best Juicy Lucy? It will definitely be the biggest battle of the week. CHATTUCCINO this week features a casual review of the new Starbucks drink: the Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso UPGRADED this week is about checklist apps for your phone and wearing beanies. Preorder the “Bubble” Graphic Novel today! https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250245557 Jordan Morris social media: IG: JordanDavidMorris Twitter: JordanMorris
128 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
35: Top Five Favorite Podcasts! ft. Brian Southwell
This week Michael begins the episode by regaling listeners with an awful date story and guest Brian has a tale of his own. From there, the discussion turns to dating in general, sports, and the main feature of this episode: Our top five favorite podcasts. If you want to spoil the choices for yourself the lists will be below. A podcast episode about podcasts... uh, hello? What is this- PODCEPTION?! Also, Guile's Theme seemed to go with this episode, and it certainly doesn't go with many things so that's exciting. NET POSITIVE: Brian tells us a story about a friend of his who noticed he was getting into Metal music! Michael talks about Joel Haver, a Youtuber who is absolutely hilarious and has created a new style of animation. Brian's Social media: Twitter: @BrianSouthwell_ Letterboxd: @Showerat Michael’s Top 5: 5. If I Were You With Jake and Amir 4. Casefile 3. Review Revue / Headgum Podcast 2. With Gourley and Rust 1. Doughboys Brian’s Top 5: 5. Effectively Wild 4. Doughboys 3. Gleeman & the Geek 2. The Flagrant Ones w/ Hayes Davenport and Carl Tart 1. Your Kickstarter Sucks
74 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
34: "I Love 'Friday the 13th', Man" ft. Rita Amos (My Boss)
Our guest this week is Rita Amos, Michael's real life boss! This episode is all about the "Friday the 13th" franchise, which Michael checked out at Rita's insistence. As the episode goes on, it becomes clear that Michael likes the series for very different reasons than most fans. We also talk about the house projects Rita has tackled while quarantining, Michael's foolproof idea to ban upstairs neighbors, and pitch a movie featuring a showdown between Chucky and Paul Rudd. Also, for "Shootin' The Soda" we review Mtn Dew's Major Melon flavor! Rita's Scentsy Story: "House of Wax Melts:" https://www.facebook.com/groups/368948760982157 Jason vs. Boxer Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEk0ErNA7gA
108 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
33: Two Weirdos Talking About "The Weird Part of Youtube" ft. Rowan Smith (@RowanASmith)
Rowan Smith is a connoisseur of bizarre, cult cinema. He and Michael chat about the weirdest movies they’ve watched recently which include the kickboxing epic, “Iron Thunder” and the cult-horror classic“Spookies!” The main crux of the episode, however, is the both of them crafting their own Top 5 Best/Worst/Weirdest Youtube videos and sharing them with each other. Follow along with them in the Shnotes! Also, Michael gives a hot take on Space Jam 2. Rowan’s Twitter: @RowanASmith Rowan’s Letterboxd: TinySalmon4 #StolenFromTwitter this week is about those Ben Affleck Dunkin’ paparazzi photographs and why they areas representative and 2020 and help to humanize Mr. Affleck. Michael likes donuts! DUNKFEST this week is about Gabbie Hanna and the podcasting website Zencastr and their continued technical problems which have hindered this very show. Are We Question or Are We Answer: When you get your 2nd vaccine dose, what is your example of a perfect day? Michael Rowland and Rowan Smith’s Weirdest/Worst/Best Videos: Lil Globglogabgalab https://youtu.be/cIwRQwAS_YY Uh Dude, That Would Be Salt https://youtu.be/yyCwbeu9KYU Pickle Peter https://youtu.be/nUZET_yvwKc Homer in Five Nights at Freddy’s https://youtu.be/vV9npkF7mTw Yaphet Swampo: https://youtu.be/uhjA9_jpcC8 Shaggy Learns About Abortion https://youtu.be/cYqG3gjXBFg I believe we have a winner for the Worst English Vegeta Voice of All Time Award https://youtu.be/1oISqn135sE Mac - Bump a Rump: https://youtu.be/bb2OSQLnn6A Animals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RXt6iMOgK0 the cantina band song but it’s just the first two notes repeating and it never progresses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjZ3rLoZdYw
72 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
32: Chris Chomiuk's Army Tales ft. Big Bird's Cousins & a 'Coca Cola With Coffee' Review!
This week's guest is another one of Michael's very best and oldest friends - Chris Chomiuk. Chris has recently returned home to Minneapolis and has many great stories to tell from his time in South Kourea and Savannah, Georgia. Michael asks him how he's adjusting to life back home on this super bowl Sunday. We also find out what led to Chris joining the army, the time Michael did a reference interview for Chris before he was officially a part of the army, and discuss developing positive, healthy routines during this time. And that's before the first segment! #StolenFromTwitter: The official Big Bird Twitter account posted several Big Birds from different countries. Chris and I talk about which Big Bird is our favorite and which is the worst. Things get offensive fast. https://twitter.com/BigBird/status/1357795422283173890 Shootin’ the Shoda: This is a segment where we review a brand new soda. Coca Cola has released a new soft drink concoction called Coca Cola + Coffee. Michael talks about what he went through to get one of these drinks and Chris has one major problem with this whole venture.. and it’s not the coffee. Chris Chomiuk’s Reading List: “How To Change Your Mind” by Michael Pollan (https://michaelpollan.com/books/how-to-change-your-mind/) “Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst” by Robert Sapolsky (https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/311787/behave-by-robert-m-sapolsky/) Are We Question or Are We Answer: Michael asks Chris what his favorite memory of making sketch videos with friends was.
71 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
31: Rivkah Reyes: Bagel Expert, School of Rock Student, & Incredible Talent
This week's guest is Rivkah Reyes. Rivkah is skilled at many things, but the thing they do not get enough credit for is being a bagel expert. We talk about Mercury being in Retrograde, how the film industry and parents can better help child actors, and Rivkah's catchy and comedic songs! Also, Michael finally found someone else who loves the Musical-Comedy show, "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! UPGRADED is a segment about improving your life in small or big ways. We talk about learning to love cream cheese and bagels, Rivkah’s favorite bagels and bagel proprietors, thinking of 3 things to be grateful for, making your bed, and taking your weekly tasks and scheduling them on Notion. Also Cacao. NET POSITIVE is a segment where we share something positive we found online in the past week or so. This edition features a video of two unlikely furry friends playing together and a video that shows the joy and pain of having siblings. - - - Rivkah’s newest film, “Bad Animal,” comes out on February 26th On-Demand. TikTok and Instagram: @Rivkah.Reyes Twitter: @RivkahReyes ‘Confessions of an Obsolete Child Actor by Rivkah Reyes’ https://humanparts.medium.com/tales-of-an-obsolete-child-actor-92a120f08576 Rivkah’s Billy Joel “Zanzibar” dance challenge: https://email@example.com/video/6927671258242960646 Michael’s pick for Net Positive: “Coyote Plays With Cat - Insane” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAoWWM-ERpc Rivkah’s pick for Net Positive: “Worst Beatboxer Ever covers ‘Some Nights’ by Fun.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMmYHCwGP5s
79 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
30: Sean William Brown's Revenge! (Author of "Dear Customer," a Book I Reviewed)
Today we have Sean William Brown, author of “Dear Customer” and “Wal-Mart: I Don’t Belong Here” to discuss his role of being a retail worker defender. Sean reached out to Michael after he reviewed his book and addresses some of Michael’s criticisms. We also chat about creepy customers, the difference between a Barnes & Noble Café and a Starbucks, and how the pandemic and at-home schooling has impacted his writing. #StolenFromTwitter This week we are inspired by the prompt, "When was the first time you saw yourself represented in media?” We talk about the classic Comedy Central show “Nathan For You,” Al Franken, Bill Maher, and Sean’s first time literally being IN media. DUNKFEST this week is about Bernie Sanders memes and why they’re completely unfunny, and why the people who say “we can’t have a $15.00 minimum wage” are full of it. Also a little bit of Hamilton, as a treat. Are We Question Or Are We Answer: Bryan sent in the question - what is the worst food you’ve ever eaten? Follow Sean on Twitter at @SWilliamBrown33 Check out his books at the link below: https://www.amazon.com/Sean-William-Brown/e/B00NF6MNTM Almost Live! Episodes on Youtube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_dp1yOj-CL_gQLeOEoWwmDgfwCuGsFns “Almost Live!” - Training Film: How to Hold a Garage Sale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLlRabanMFA&feature=youtu.be
89 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
29: Lost Films, Prophecies, & Aliens + “THE MCPHERSON TAPE” (1989) Discussion ft. John LeMay
This week we’re delighted to be talking to John LeMay, the author of many great books ("The Real Cowboys & Aliens: Old West UFOs", "Writing Japanese Monsters", "The Big Book of Giant Japanese Monster Movies: The Lost Films") that have helped Michael get through quarantining as well as the proprietor of the Lost Films Fanzine. This Fanzine was actually a project that LeMay used as a distraction from the pandemic for himself. Michael and John discuss that fanzine, how John became a full-time author, why he’s a believer in aliens, and a legendary Lost Film - “Prophecies of Nostradamus” (1974). The main draw of the episode is our lengthy and fun discussion about “THE MCPHERSON TAPE,” (1989) the first known found-footage Horror film. Michael and John both have a lot to say so watch the film and enjoy the chat. Also, John defends Wonder Woman 84. “THE MCPHERSON TAPE” spoilers begin at 31:45 “THE MCPHERSON TAPE” spoilers end at 1:03:20 #StolenFromTwitter starts out being about the 2 seconds of footage that just came out from Godzilla vs. Kong (at the time of recording) and abruptly turns into a discussion of 2019’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters. John has never had a chance to really elaborate on a podcast about how he would fix that movie… until now! DUNKFEST this week covers the bizarre way certain media outlets covered Phil Spector’s death and WB’s bizarre marketing strategy for “Wonder Woman 84” and all their upcoming HBOMax projects. Check out John’s books at: https://www.amazon.com/John-LeMay/e/B003KTW83K Follow John on Instagram @johnlemay_books Special thanks to Stu Rosenberg for helping with the audio on this episode.
99 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
28: Excuse Me, (Disney) Princess! Ft. Delaney Rose (@WhatJewCookin on Instagram)
We welcome Delaney Rose to the show this week. Delaney is the heroine behind @WhatJewCookin. @WhatJewCookin is an Instragram for the incredible meals Delaney prepares for herself, her family, and friends. Delaney talks to us about being known in Kentucky as “The 2nd Jewish person I’ve ever met,” the best cooking shows, and the gifts we got for Hanukkah and Christmas. Also, we have “The First Annual ITPNT Egg Cookoff.” Vote for your favorite on the ITPNTPodcast twitter. #StolenFromTwitter this week is about the “Name a place that has better security than the Capitol at Washington” meme. This leads us down a rabbit hole about Michael Jordan’s security team, movie theaters when big movies came out DUNKFEST this week is about Caillou losing his show after 20 years and Delaney is dunking on Jason Alexander… and no, not the one from Seinfeld. Also we discuss Britney Spears’ father and the #FreeBritney movement. “Are We Question or Are We Answer?” has us answer the question ‘Which Disney princess/Cartoon Character would you like to bang?’ and things go off the rails pretty quick. Follow Delaney at @WhatJewCookin on Instagram. If you’re interested in the book Delaney mentioned in the episode, check out “The Flavor Thesaurus: A Compendium of Pairings, Recipes and Ideas for the Creative Cook” by Niki Segnit. https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/the-flavor-thesaurus-9781596916043
102 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
27: Michael Jallah is “Daddy Dearest!” [Fave Moments of 2020]
Today’s episode features new father Mike Jallah! Jallah and I go over the TOP 3 BEST MOMENTS OF (our respective) 2020(s). We also ask him to tell us the story of how he and his wife handled the ever-changing pandemic while raising a baby. Other topics covered: Jallah’s intro to Talk Radio and how that led to him getting into podcasts, Michael and Jallah getting gray hair, and that period of time where human babies and puppies have the same amount of intelligence. #StolenFromTwitter is about inspirobot.me, a website that creates a randomly generated “inspirational” statement and a photo behind it. Jallah and I soon learn that these Bots are truly insane. DUNKFEST this week has Michael belly-aching about the infamous ‘Bean Dad’ Twitter controversy (and social media itself) and Jallah takes Netflix to task for canceling one of his favorite shows. "Are We Question or Are We Answer" - We revisit Marissa’s question - “If you had to watch one movie and TV show for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?”
103 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
26: Editor? I Barely Know Her! ft. Vera Drew ("The People's Joker" film & "Welcome to Jackass" and "Hot Topics..." Podcasts)
Vera Drew is a filmmaker, Emmy-nominated editor, and the star of her upcoming movie, “The People’s Joker. She’s also a fellow podcaster, known for her acclaimed shows, “Welcome to Jackass”, and “Hot Topics with Vera Drew.” It’s my honor to have her on the show to discuss “The People’s Joker” as well as her editing and directing work on Tim Heidecker’s most recent comedy special (“An Evening with Tim Heidecker” on Youtube), as well as on so many other Abso Lutely produced projects. If you’re a fan of that company like I am, then Vera has helped to make you laugh many times. We talk about the importance of “flawed representation,” why some friendships start out with both parties being nervous about each other, and why Jackass is more emotionally complex than you remember it being. For #StolenFromTwitter this week, we discuss the image meme “Why are you dressed like that? / Dressed like what?” that was popular around the end of 2020. Vera talks about 6 Joker looks, particularly a powerful vest she snagged from the wardrobe from her upcoming movie and Michael talks about a pair of jeans that everyone in his family hates. DUNKFEST this week is about the shitty takes that are coming out about Wonder Woman 1984 and Neil deGrasse Tyson’s attempts to sound smart on Twitter about very stupid things. ARE WE QUESTION OR ARE WE ANSWER: “What is your "favorite" chore? Like, what cleaning/maintenance task do you hate the least or get some satisfaction out of?” - asked by Brian LINKS: The People’s Joker Crowd-Funding Page: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-people039s-joker-crowd-fund The People’s Joker Crowd-Funding Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o-SpTFXpEY Hot Topics with Vera Drew (Brought to you by Buca Di Beppo): https://veradrew.com/hottopics Welcome to Jackass: https://open.spotify.com/show/6p2BFGcTrk9q8XqYMTUwgF?si=B4EiQXUXS8OfGRRlDk-YLw
99 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
25: Joey Clift Saves this Garfield Skeptic & Damns Nathen Mazri, the Garfield Heretic.
Writer/Comedian Joey Clift joins the show to talk about eating lasagna like Garfield, Mr. Beast’s new restaurant, and a wild sounding script which earned Joey recognition from The Indigenous List. (The Indigenous List is created by The Black List, Sundance institute, and Illuminatives which spotlights some of the best Indigenous film and television writers living and working within the U.S) But mainly, we talk about Garfield the character and Joey explains to me, a Garfield skeptic, why this cool cat has hung in there (baby) for so long. Speaking of surviving, we discuss hypothetical battles between Garfield and Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees for… some reason. #StolenFromTwitter this week uses “Me at the beginning of 2020 - Me at the end of 2020” as our discussion prompt. Michael talks about living less fearfully and Joey talks about how 2020 was a successful year for him and the guilt that comes with that. DUNKFEST this week happens out of nowhere. Joey asks me if I’ve heard of Nathen Mazri’s new venture. Mazri was well-known as the proprietor and promoter of a Garfield-based (pick-up and delivery only) restaurant. His restaurant has recently closed and a few weeks later, he announced a food line with a new licensed character: SCOOBY DOO. Michael and Joey take a while to process this news and do not hold back! LINKS: Twitter: @Joeytainment Instagram: @joeycliiiiiift Look out for Spirit Rangers, a show that Joey wrote on. It’s the first ever animated show from the United States to feature Native-American lead characters, a Native-American Writing staff, and a Native creator.
107 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
24: "Are Youtube Videos Documentaries?" & Other Mysteries ft. Tyler Scruggs
Today's guest is Tyler Scruggs, a musician, writer, and recovering Weezer fan! We talk about the Warner Bros-HBO Max film distribution shakeup and why we both have mixed excited feelings about it. We also talk about whether Youtube videos qualify as documentaries, whether Twin Peaks: The Return is a film, Tyler's new LP he is sitting on and SO much more including why Tyler got semi-canceled during the 2020 Election. #StolenFromTwitter this week takes the “Post a Picture of Yourself and then Post a Random Note From Your Phone” to the podcast arena. Tyler Scruggs shares a hilarious potential lyric, a thoughtful Marianne Williamson quote, and the title to a Hypothetical Album - “Same Songs With a New Man.” Michael shares a note he wrote about a guest he'd like to have on the show some day. It's not weird! We take a break from Dunkfest and focus on “Productive and not Destructive” thinking! We end the show with the question - “What is your favorite movie trilogy?” Tyler talks about The Matrix, Bill & Ted, and Richard Linklater’s Before... trilogy and Michael talks about Godzilla, of course. LINKS: The real issue with Disney+ charging $30 for Mulan has to do with the Government & Fortnite: https://tylerscruggs.substack.com/p/ok-heres-the-real-issue-with-disney?r=v46h&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=twitter http://tylerscruggs.bandcamp.com/ http://www.tylerscruggs.com @TylerScruggs (Twitter) @Scruggernaut (Instagram)
89 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
23: Christmas With the Goods - An ITPNT Holiday Special ft. Nikki & Tadd Good ("First Time?" Podcast)
Nikki and Tadd Good (First Time? Podcast) join us for a SURPRISE Holiday episode of ITPNT. This is a very special last episode of the year since Nikki and Tadd both are a huge part of why I started this podcast. Tadd is the host of the "First Time?" podcast where he and a guest try something for the first time. We talk about having to work not-at-home, create a Christmas Tree of Holiday episodes of TV shows, and in a tribute to First Time? we all try the infamous Fruitcake for the first time! We find out which treats are the "Reason For the Season" and which are an "Abominable No, Man!" We end the show with NOGFEST, a segment where we discuss things that have brightened up our days and brought us good cheer during a tough time. Brian Wilson "Norbit" Spin Article: https://www.spin.com/2017/05/its-been-ten-years-since-brian-wilson-said-his-favorite-movie-was-norbit/ "First Time?" Podcast can be found wherever pods are casted. Here's a link: https://open.spotify.com/show/2hFAdc2O4IrNBaDnpbfhTN?si=MdEcJgVaSKSMmYcSN-w_ug Follow Tadd Good on all social media - @TaddGood. Follow Nikki Good on all instagram - @geppett86.
99 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
22: "Weed is Skunky But Skunk's Not Weedy" ft. Emma Erdbrink (Doughboys, High and Mighty)
Today's episode brings on another member of the Doughboys family - the Doughgirl herself, Emma! We chat about how 2020 started off with Emma having to play bouncer at a Doughboys live show, the pros and cons of moving back to the East Coast, and we review some Christmas beers! Will these brews give us the Christmas Spirits? It's an episode that's sure to make you say WOW. #StolenFromTwitter: Who do you want to see confirmed in Spider-Man 3? Our answers may surprise you! Meanwhile our Dunkfest is about credit card theft and how Time itself is, for lack of a better term, a bitch. Questions answered at the end of the episode were sent in by Phish671 and God Rest Ye Stinky Gentleman from the Doughboys Doughscord! Follow Emma on Twitter at @emmaatree.
85 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
21: "Un-American Corona Podcast" ft. Stu Rosenberg
Stu Rosenberg returns to talk about the holidays, his upcoming trip to recording studio, and "An American Carol," a Spoof movie directed by David Zucker. This film features Kevin Farley playing 'Michael Malone,' a documentarian who discovers the true meaning of Patriortism as he is visited by three ghosts. It's not a Christmas movie. Stu also confirms to Michael whether he is Jewish or not. No spoilers! Follow Stu at @ballplayingboy on Twitter. Episode image created by Stu Rosenberg. For #StolenFromTwitter, we answer the prompt posed by @danielrskinner: "Name a musician who died far too soon, and who you think would’ve remained great into their later years." DUNKFEST this week features dunks on landlords/property managers, Spotify, and White Sox fans. Michael ends the show with the question: “What’s a Franchise that you wish would have had a Holiday special?”
77 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
20: The Aaron Project ft. Aaron Isaacs
On today's episode of ITPNT, we have Aaron Isaacs, a stand-up comedian. We talk about the joys of putting on a charity comedy show, Michael and Aaron's respective Thanksgivings, and the game Among Us. Plus, Michael continues to talk about how much he loves local donut spot Cardigan Donuts. #StolenFromTwitter this week is "What feels like ______ but isn't?" Michael fills in the blank with 'Stand-up Comedy' while Aaron fills it in with 'a song on Weezer's The Teal album.' This week's Dunkfest by Aaron is a veritable cornucopia of souls! Michael dunks on @TheLincolnProject because they are scumbags and are not to be trusted. Follow Aaron on Twitter at @AaronIsaacs69. He also has made appearances on the podcast, "I Love You, Mana" which can be heard here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-love-you-mana/id1399355933 Marissa asks the question, “If you could only watch one show/movie for the rest of time, what would it be and why!?"
102 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
19: Wrasslin' Wreck-o-mmendations ft. Rachel Millman (WRESTLESPLANIA)
Our guest this week is fellow podcaster Rachel Milman who hosts the show WRESTLESPLANIA, a show about her getting sucked into the magical world of wrestling and in turn bringing new people into that place. Rachel and Michael talk the death of irony, Ariana Grande, and how a great wrestling match causes ego death. Rachel also, using her knowledge of the medium of pro wrestling, creates a portfolio for Michael to help him understand and get into the sport! #StolenFromTwitter this week is about what celebrities we look like. Michael and Rachel's answers may shock you and make you feel sad about their traumatic pasts. DUNKFEST this week is a tense affair as Michael is frustrated with a worker at his grandma's assisted care apartment complex that infected her with COVID-19. Rachel's Dunkfest is about the US government's response to COVID-19, naturally. Also, Ronald Reagan. We answer Bryan’s question - “What is the worst concert you’ve ever been to?” Relevant Links: WRESTLESPLANIA can be listened to at https://soundcloud.com/wrestlesplania. Follow Rachel at @RachelMilman Check out Rachel and her father's documentary about gerrymandering reform at http://www.lineinthestreet.com
75 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
18: So You Wanna Work at Caribou Coffee? ft. Johnny Fairbanks ("Dear Customer" Book Review)
Today's guest is Johnny Fairbanks! On today's Thanksgiving special episode of ITPNT, we talk about the best music for each season, why I think of him as the "Dad Friend" and we give an overview of working at Caribou Coffee, Minnesota's most famous coffee chain. We also discuss a book called "Dear Customer" by Sean William Brown, which happens to be about working at Caribou Coffee. On today's #StolenFromTheCounter, we discuss our favorite Thanksgiving food. No Dunkfest this week, its been replaced with Thanksfest! The episode closes with the question: Who is the person you would never want to meet? from Donny at Yahoo Answers.
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