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The Gunkhole State Park Podcast
67 minutes | 8 days ago
Episode 26: Everybody's Drinkin' Their Piss (with Yasmine Baharloo)
The road trip continues to Nevada, where the rangers are staying in beautiful Hoover Damp State Park. They discuss Manti Te'o, the beauty of disgusting things in nature, and the giant muscular beaver that Ranger Bonnie has failed to seduce. Then, they welcome friendly drifter Tina (Yasmine Baharloo), who lists her top five tips for going off the grid, talks about how the band Queen inspired her, and dishes on her peculiar relationship history.
60 minutes | 15 days ago
Episode 25: Cuddle Up Like Little Ticks (with Will Hines)
The rangers are on the road to Hollywood where they hope to confront Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and take Gunkhole State Park back from the fracking themed amusement park. While staying at a park in Utah, they meet Bobby Casey (Will Hines), a very chill mole person who loves a capella and ice cream sandwiches.
66 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 22: A Virgin at the Time (with Chris McGillivray)
The rangers take us behind the scenes of the reality show they're making to promote the park and discuss the addictions they've developed in the process. Then, college film student and reality show crew member Preston Oxman (Chris McGillivray) joins to share what drew him to reality television.
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 21: Round Up, Dude (with Carly Garber)
The rangers talk about how time and space have been warped since they ate human flesh. Then, they welcome Lorraine Jeffries (Carly Garber), a controversial Bachelor contestant who is just at the park to reconnect with nature and not for any other reason.
65 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 20: My Salty Little Dip (with Waleed Mansour)
The rangers discuss enablers, different types of straws, and art. Then, park resident Fan C. Jackson (Waleed Mansour) stops by to chat about his cooking and read from the TV pilot he wrote.
77 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 18: A Loser Since the Day I Was Born (with Jen Jackson)
The rangers prepare for opening night of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds: The Musical: The Birds are in the Right This Time despite Ranger Bonnie's swollen tonsils. Then, contest winner Edith Barrels (Jen Jackson) joins to talk about her long history of losing contests and her relationship with her twin brother, Governor Gus Barrels.
71 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 17: The Five Parts of Brilliant (with Nate Dicken)
The rangers discuss their cover story in Bad Publicity magazine, Ranger Bonnie's funeral reviews, and Ranger Chris's unfortunate casting decision for Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds: The Musical: The Birds are in the Right This Time. Then, Australian fashion designer Sebastian Lockheed-Martin stops by to share his fashion principles and some information on how people who fake Australian accents are perverts.
70 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 16: Les Mis Rules (with Becca Slack)
The rangers talk about the hard work they've done on Birds: The Musical and their goal of winning a RockyTony award. Then, RockyTony committee member Caroline Kettlebell joins to share how she met her husband, discuss draconian musical-themed laws, and run down the five main things she looks for in a "theater in the park" production.
80 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 15: A Series of Grunts and Snorts (with Zack Mast)
The rangers discuss the various things you could squeeze out of clusters of tiny holes before welcoming Jimmy Jackwell (Zack Mast), a former actor turned bear enthusiast. Jimmy counts down the top five problems facing bears, tells the story of his attempts to cure polar bears of their chapped noses in the Arctic, and delivers his stirring Two and a Half Men audition monologue.
64 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 14: Digging For Yourself (with Shanel Hughes)
Ranger Bonnie reveals what really happened when she went missing and learns about the park's new roller coaster. Then, shifty professor Dr. Chia Omale (Shanel Hughes) tries to avoid telling the rangers why she wants to dig thousands of holes on park property.
88 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 13: The Spirit of the Wolfe (with Jon Mackey)
Ranger Alex and Ranger Chris discuss the disturbing possibility that Ranger Bonnie was kidnapped by the Moose Mafia. Then, German survival expert Wolfe Barbeques (Jon Mackey) stops by to give some tips on surviving in Gunkhole, but not before telling the rangers about the German version of Home Improvement, his various parking disputes, and the real story of Julius Caesar's death.
84 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 12: The Woman's Body is Nature (with Ryan Asher)
The rangers get inspiring news about Fred Jones, listen to a voicemail from Brian Urlacher, and argue about color-coded sex wristbands. Then, Women of the Woods leader Labiana Wilkerson (Ryan Asher) joins to discuss Tom Hanks, Barry Bonds, and other feminism-related topics.
84 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 11: A Nature Kind of Guy (with Corey Martin)
The rangers get bad news about Liam Jordache, learn about Ranger Alex's latest video game, and find a disturbing clue about the Country Bear Jamboree. Then, bayou-born park visitor Fred Jones (Corey Martin) takes a seat in the burnt out school bus to chat about fishing, faith, and his intimate relationship with water.
72 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 10: Take the Path. Why? It's Simple (with Jamison Webb)
The rangers get bad news about Madison Flip, discuss the bats' state funeral, and find a new place to relieve themselves. Then, extreme rock climber Liam Jordache (Jamison Webb) stops by to talk about his various sponsors, his climbing style, and his history with the Wahlberg family.
70 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 9: I Have to Drink One of Your Bloods (with Maggie Winters)
The rangers get bad news about Rick Plates, discuss Robert DeNiro's most intimidating role, and try to learn more about the insidious Country Bear Jamboree. Then, aspiring teen vampire Madison Flip (Maggie Winters) tells the rangers about her parents' divorce, the unique services offered at Hot Topic, and how she managed to make her skin so translucent.
82 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 8: Fool Me Once, Shame on Bears (with John Patrick Coan)
The rangers get bad news about Ranger Reggie, discuss how Ranger Bonnie is training Ranger Alex for his ultimate battle with Brian Urlacher, and gain appreciation for the literary works of Adam Sandler. Then, bear baiter Rick Plates (John Patrick Coan) joins to talk about his bear baiting methods and his dispute with Leonardo DiCaprio.
76 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 7: That's What Friendship Is (with Garrett Kelly)
Banished to a tent just outside the park boundaries, the rangers discuss Ranger Chris's new reading habit, Ranger Bonnie's adopted flamingo children, and Ranger Alex's plan to win back the love of his son. Then, newly-hired park ranger Ranger Reggie (Garrett Kelly) stops by to talk about his custom car and possibly help the rangers get back into the park without getting tommy-gunned by bats.
72 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 6: Live, Laugh, Love, Die (with Lily Sullivan)
The rangers worry about potentially experiencing consquences for their actions. Once they're done with all that, they chat with traveling toplessness activist Megan Megan (Lily Sullivan) about how she's inspiring women everywhere.
76 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 5: Feel Free to Bow to Me (with Luke Null)
The rangers talk about Ranger Chris's helicopter trip, Ranger Tamsin's revival from the dead, and Ranger Bonnie's 23andMe results. Then, local cult leader Geralg Stockholm (Luke Null) arrives to lodge a complaint about some recently boiled virgins and help the rangers figure out what song plays during the pottery scene in the film Ghost.
72 minutes | a year ago
Episode 4: I Would Like to Relate to You (with Mylene van Zijl)
The rangers listen to Brian Urlacher's in-character voicemails and talk about Ranger Chris's haunted rash. They're then joined by Gwendolyn van der Park (Mylene van Zijl), a wealthy park ranger visiting Gunkhole from upstate New York as part of the Ranger Swap program. Before she can inherit her first park, she has to prove that she's capable of interacting with normal people— but will her penchant for murder get in the way?
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