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5 Words with Sean Patton & Caitlin Cook

They say that all great stories can be boiled down into just five words. Who are they? They are Sean Patton and Caitlin Cook, hosts of the podcast 5 Words. And obviously, they are out of their minds. Each week your hosts challenge their guests to tell a story in just five words, and from which, ridiculicity ensues. Is ridiculicity a word? It is now, and it would be one of the many words we’d use to describe 5 Words with Sean Patton & Caitlin Cook.

Tous les épisodes

  • 13.10.2020
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    72 - Laura Sogar

    Hello there, Legends, let’s dive right on in! This week our guest has achieved a feat very few people have, and pretty much no other comedian has: she swam on the US National Swim Team. Twice. And now she’s a comedian living in NYC! It’s Laura Sogar! We talk all about her swimming career—which spanned 20 years—how she once trained with Michael Phelps, how Baywatch would’ve played out were it set in Rhode Island, and the most harsh “Welcome to New York!” moment of her life. Here are five words to sum up this episode: don’t cut off your ponytail.

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  • 06.10.2020
    67 MB
    01:10:16
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    71 - Mike Rowland

    Howdy Legends! Good on you for tuning in this week as we get down ’n dirty with Atlanta boy, Mike Rowland. He’s an up-and-coming comedian here in NYC. You’ve seen him several times on Comedy Central’s This Week at The Comedy Cellar. We talk about the insanity of your average sports fan, being a belligerent dipshit in front of your comedy heroes, and why Moe’s just isn’t as good as Chipotle. Here are five words to sum up this episode: pine needles equal ass whoopings.

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  • 29.09.2020
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    01:17:23
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    70 - Emma Willmann

    Goodness gracious are you legends in for a good one this week! Our guest is none other than Emma Willmann. You’ve seen her on Netflix’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and from her multiple stand-up appearances on TV. A native of Maine, we waste no time in getting right to it, discussing everything from voting for the first wrong candidate to which former president would be the best stand-up to “fuck health” parties. Here are five words to sum up this ep: don’t eat the street salt.

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  • 22.09.2020
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    01:09:28
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    69 - Shane Torres Returns

    Welcome back legends! This week’s guest is a grand slam: (1) He’s tremendous, (2) he’s our first live guest in six months, and (3) he’s our first repeat guest! It’s Shane Torres! From 64 episodes ago! He’s been on the road with Bert Kreisher; he’s been on Conan, Comedy Central, and Netflix; and he will be on the upcoming hit series (along with Sean) This Joka on Quibi. We have a great conversation, where we discuss Shane’s hatred of The Irishman and how much of a rapscallion he was in his younger years. Here are five words to describe this ep: fire escapes can’t be fat.

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  • 08.09.2020
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    01:12:27
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    68 - Pete Lee

    Welcome back legends! Yes, we did take a week off (due to technical difficulties) but we are back with a vengeance, and by vengeance, I mean this week’s guest Pete Lee! (His nickname was “vengeance” in the boy scouts). Pete’s a wonderful comedian who’s been all over the TV, Comedy Central, The Tonight Show, Pornhub, as well as having his own podcast Snugglestorm. Here are five words to sum up this episode: just do the right thing.

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  • 19.08.2020
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    67 - M.K. Paulsen

    This week’s guest is fellow podcaster and co-host of Roomates for Life: the ever-charming M.K. Paulsen. This man is complex in a good way. He’s like a cross between Season 3 of Game of Thrones and this upcoming season of Drag Race personified. He hails from deep Texas and was a senatorial aide in DC before moving to Germany to pursue a career in comedy. See? Good complex! Here are five words to sum up this episode: know yourself before meeting others.

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  • 11.08.2020
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    66 - Vladimir Caamano

    This week we welcome the Prince of The Bronx: Vladimir Caamaño! You’ve seen him perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live, have a guest starring role on Brooklyn 99, and play the lead on the short-lived CBS drama, Tommy. Now, hear him talk with us about bicoastal life, relationships in quarantine, and much more. Here are five words to describe this episode: always trust your dad’s cool.

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  • 04.08.2020
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    01:05:53
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    65 - Adam Cayton-Holland

    On this podcast, we occasionally like to have guests with at least three full-time names. This week, we have that guest: the great Adam Cayton-Holland. He’s the co-creator and star of Those who Can’t (formerly of TruTV and soon to be on HBOmax) as well as a published author and nationally touring comedian. We were supposed to be doing shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this month, but since we can’t, we decided to do something even better: have him on our podcast! Check out all things Adam Cayton-Holland, and thank us later. Or thanks us now if you’d like. Here are five words to describe this episode: always listen to the villagers.

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  • 28.07.2020
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    64 - Derek Gaines

    Remember the 90’s? Specifically the show Family Matters? Do you think Steve should’ve told Laura to fuck off? How about late 90’s rap from New Orleans? Do you too think Juvenile is underrated? Well then this may be the perfect podcast episode for you. This week’s guest is comedian, actor, and podcaster Derek Gaines. Fresh off his appearances is The Last OG And the Judd Apaotow directed, Pete Davidson vehicle King of Staten Island, We get into the 90’s. From The Fresh Prince to the Patrick Duffy helmed Step by Step, this episode is a journey. Here are five words to describe this episode: soap don’t go in there.

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  • 21.07.2020
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    63 - Simon Gibson

    We have great comedians as guests every week, but this is the first great comedian AND sideline reporter of Cannonball on the USA network we’ve ever had. Welcome Simon Gibson! Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Simon is an LA based comedian who “dazzles, frazzles, sizzles, and sazzles every time he’s onstage! He’s a one person personification of hoolarity!” (Owl Quarterly). We have a great conversation about life, comedy, and being a sideline reporter on a show that is essentially American Ninja Warrior for people with type 2 diabetes. Here are five words to describe this episode: jump or be eaten alive?

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  • 14.07.2020
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    62 - Matthew Broussard

    All the way from Houston via Atlanta, but before that Corpus Christi… and eventually a stint in LA before putting down some roots in NYC. That’s the journey of this week’s guest Matthew Broussard! Matt is one of the best joke writers in New York, performing regularly at The Comedy Cellar, The Stand, Eastville, and pretty much every other club in the city. He’s been on TV, he’s on the internet, and right now hear him with Sean and Caitlin! He’s got a very unique past and a very crazy story. Here are five words to describe this episode: don’t buy cats in Florida.

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  • 07.07.2020
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    61 - Mandee Johnson

    If you’ve ever lived in Los Angeles and been a part of the comedy scene, from fans to famous comedians, you’ve heard of the Super Serious Show, which was created by our guest Mandee Johnson (and her husband, the wonderful Jodel Mandelkorn). If you haven’t heard of the Super Serious Show, don’t worry ‘cause it’s still happening, and now there’s a book! Yep. In addition to being a fantastic photographer and booker, our guest Mandee Johnson is also a published historian! You can get her book here: https://publishing.andrewsmcmeel.com/book/super-serious/. This is a super seriously good episode. Here are five words to describe this episode: animals are better than us.

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  • 30.06.2020
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    01:14:33
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    60 - Glenn Wool

    If John Candy, Wayne Gretsky, and Alf were hanging out in a laboratory and unknowingly stepped into a coalescence chamber to smoke a bowl and accidentally turned it on, you would get this week’s guest Glenn Wool. And he got him indeed! Glenn is one of those special people who can just make you smile and laugh whilst drinking at a bar, and make you smile bigger and laugh even harder whilst onstage. He’s performed on every continent except Antarctica. Numerous times! He’s the Beethoven of road dogs. Here are five words to describe this episode: be careful when you applaud.

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  • 23.06.2020
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    01:23:29
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    59 - Seaton Smith

    Everyone loves making new friends, but the older one gets, the more we appreciate old friends. Seaton Smith and Sean are old friends, and it just so happens that he’s this week’s guest too! Seaton is a marvelous comedian, writer, and actor. You’ve seen him on many things, including the tragically short lived Mulaney. We discuss the current state of the world, as well as the current state of our own minds. This is not one to miss. Here are five words to describe this episode: ideas plus girlfriends equal haircuts

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:09:03
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    58 - Chris Garcia

    What a special guest! A good friend and even better comedian by the name of Chris Garcia! He’s got a story on another podcast you may or may not have heard of called This American Life, as well as his own six part podcast on WNYC called Scattered. He and Sean go way back to the first time Sean visited the city of San Francisco back in 2010. It was quite the time, and we discuss how much the Bay Area has changed since then as well as hear tale of his insane story. Here are five words to describe this episode: keep your dukes way up.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    57 - Whitmer Thomas

    This week’s guest is the personification of a laugh with a slight belch at the end (which makes you laugh harder, and thus opens up the possibility of more belching). He’s a truly unique comedian who’s appeared on NBC’s The Good Place and has his own HBO special The Golden One. Whit’s also from the south, proving that good people come from all directions. We had a wonderful time talking to Whit and really diving into what it means to “check yourself.” Here are five words to describe this episode: when lying, lie really big.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    57:33
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    56 - Tone Bell

    Being a storytelling comedian is a challenge, because you have to completely engulf the audience in your words and have them breathing in your every syllable. Being a great performer also helps. This week’s guest is all of the above. Aside from his hour special on Showtime (which is a hilarious special), you’ve seen him on Netflix’s Disjointed, Fam on CBS, and have heard him on Bojack Horseman. We have a all around discussion of the protests of the murder of George Floyd and the state of racism in the US, as well as a brighter look at what the future may hold for us all. Here are five words to describe this episode: be careful what you sign.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    51:50
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    55 - Liz Furiati

    Some of the best comedians in the world perform at The Comedy Cellar. Did you know that some of the best managers of comedy clubs also work there too? This week’s guest is the Queen of the Night herself, Liz Furiati! She’s around stand up every night and has not only seen some of the best there is, she’s drank most of them under the table. When people think about great comedy clubs, they rarely ever think about the people behind the scenes keeping it all running and preventing the liquor license from being revoked. It was an absolute pleasure to have her on and discuss the future of comedy clubs and the madness of the lifestyle of those of us in comedy in NYC. Here are five words to describe this episode: open hand slaps are loud.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:16:28
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    54 - Ian Fidance

    Hello Legends! Here we go again, as we do every week—with another fantastic guest! This week is the King of the Nipple Ring himself, Ian Fidance! We don’t actually know if Ian has any nipple rings, but he has the aura of a person who is more than meets the eye. He’s a favorite all across NYC, and he’s a regular opener for Dave Attel. This episode is like your fitbit sleep chart. It starts off light, then gets deep, then jumps up into crazy, then light, deep, and crazy all over again. Here are five words to describe this episode: be careful befriending while drunk.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:17:52
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    53 - Jen Kirkman

    Every now and again, we have a guest who Sean used to be terrified of. This week’s episode is that now and again! The wonderful Jen Kirkman joins us. She is a top-tier, hilarious comedian and author who Sean became a fan of back when he was doing open mics. She was a big dawg then and is a straight-up wolf now. She’s got two books, three Netflix specials, and was a writer on the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. In this episode, we have a great conversation about overcoming anxiety. These days, everyone could use an extra pointer in those regards. Here are five words to describe this episode: always trust your airplane coach.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    54:47
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    52- Aparna Nancherla

    What a week! What an even better guest! There are few certainties in life, and one of them is that involving Aparna Nancherla in your day is bound to make it more enjoyable. She’s not only great at stand up comedy, writing for scripted TV shows and cartoons, acting, writing a book, teleportation, and living in Brooklyn, she’s also a Queen! In the chess piece sense. While most are one directional, she can and does do it all. Here are five words to describe this episode: don’t stare for too long

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:02:20
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    51 - Jared Freid

    All aboard! This week's guest is a favorite at the Comedy Cellar in NYC, as well as the host of his own podcast where he doles out dating advice to his followers. It’s the one, the only, the J-Train himself: Jared Freid. We had a hilarious conversation about life in the most congested city where everyone is trying to avoid becoming congested, and his opinions of it all are a breath of fresh air. Here are five words to describe this episode: wax is holier than thou.

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  • 17.06.2020
    56 MB
    58:54
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    50 - Chris Funk of The Decemberists

    What if you were a comedian and your legally given surname was Rimshot? Now imagine being a musician with the last name Funk. This week’s guest lives it. Chris Funk, you may know him from the Decemberists, Black Prairie, or his many other musical endeavors. Sean and Chris met in Portland back in 2014, and they proceeded to drink memory fuel together for a week straight. Chris is a wonderful musician and a wild storyteller. Here are five words to describe this episode: get your driver's license renewed.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    57:04
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    49 - Nicole Aimee Schreiber

    Most Americans have three names, but very few of us have the jimmy-jacks to use all three. Nicole clearly gives -3 fucks. She’s a wonderful writer and comedian based in LA. We met her while Sean was performing with her at the Comedy Cellar in Vegas. She has opened for Dave Attel, toured with Bobby Lee, and is a paid regular at the world famous Comedy Store (Happy 48th anniversary, by the way)! Here are five words to describe this episode: never trust rich people’s parents.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:03:45
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    48 - Josh Johnson

    Most people have never been to Alexandria, Louisiana nor opened for Trevor Noah at Madison Square Garden. This week's guest has done both. The wonderful Josh Johnson joins us to talk about everything from writing on The Daily Show, MMA, being robbed, what happened to Shoney’s, and much more. Here are five words to describe this episode: is a “dump” dress wrong?

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:01:10
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    47 - Jenny Zigrino

    Sometimes, in this business, you luck out and get to be friends with a person like this week’s guest, Jenny Zigrino. She’s the love child of the angel and devil on your shoulders, both telling you the right thing to do, whilst simultaneously daring you to put your foot in your mouth. She has a pure zest for life which—in these crazy times—is important to hold onto. She’s been on Conan, Comedy Central, a ton of other things, and now, this podcast. Here are five words to describe this episode: acid won’t help you sleep.

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  • 17.06.2020
    58 MB
    01:01:19
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    46 - Cullen Ryan

    Maybe you’ve ever heard of Cullen Ryan, and that’s okay. Often, the best people stay behind the curtain, running around and making sure everyone has what they need to be themselves. Cullen is the producer of Clearwater Comedy, an exceptional live comedy production company in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, which is the best kept secret in the United States. It’s the Asheville, North Carolina of Wisconsin. It’s a wonderful place where fantastic shows are produced by a wonderful human being named Cullen Ryan. This is a great story wrapped in a hilariously personal episode. Here are five words to describe this episode: remember to hug your enemies.

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  • 17.06.2020
    77 MB
    01:20:27
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    45 - Raanan Hershberg

    Yeah, we know there’s a global pandemic, but there’s no one better to take your mind off of things than Raanan Hershberg! He’s got a fantastic late night set on James Corden, a killer album out called Downhill Ever Since (that Caitlin designed the album artwork for), and an amazing story that involves horse racing and hand raising. We recorded this album before COVID-19 really changed the game, so thank goodness we got this hilarious story here to truly take your mind off things. Here are five words to describe this episode: don’t rip up the check.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:03:47
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    44 - Kenny DeForest

    Who doesn’t love Springfield, Missouri? The home of cashew nut chicken and possibly where the Simpson’s live is also the birthplace of this week’s guest Kenny DeForest. Every now and again you meet someone and think, “I hope you run for president one day because I would vote for you… and probably end up hating you because presidents are just puppets on strings being jerked around by clandestine world powers, but I think you’d win a general election cause you got the goods!” And to us, Kenny is that guy. Intelligent, funny, and just fucking real as they come. He’s got late night killer sets on Seth Meyers and James Corden. Here are five words to describe this episode: ghosts are sexier than mushrooms.

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  • 17.06.2020
    70 MB
    01:13:18
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    43 - Daniel Sloss

    You wanted more international guests, and we’ve responded! This week, all the way from somewhere in Scotland, is the REAL Daniel Sloss (not to be confused with his arch nemesis Slaniel Doss). Spending an hour with this fine gent is like washing down a bowl of tonkotsu ramen with a LaPhroaig on the rocks: flavorful and stimulating. He’s got specials on Netflix and HBO, and neither are as good as this episode! (That’s not actually true he’s a brilliant performer). Here are five words to describe this episode: always take the later flight.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:37:26
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    42 - John F. O’Donnell

    If Benjamin Button only aged in reverse in his mind, you would have this week’s guest John F O’Donnell. Year by year, he is bursting with the wonder of a child who has seen more than any of us. He’s a brilliant comedian, podcaster, and humanitarian who has performed around the world and back. We talk about his journey and his battle with… well, listen up to find out! Here are five words to describe this episode: we are all so human.

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  • 17.06.2020
    71 MB
    01:14:31
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    41 - Sam Evans

    This week we have Sam “The King of Swing” Evans. He got that name in his home state of Ohio, where his comedy was known to sway municipal elections. He’s crushed every show in every time zone in this country and now you get him here on the podcast! We talk about all things Midwestern as well as why neither Sam nor Sean are very good at weed (Caitlin on the other hand is the LeBron James of being high on a podcast). Here are five words to describe this episode: never trust maids in hotels.

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  • 17.06.2020
    61 MB
    01:03:42
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    40 - Josh Gondelman

    His jokes have abs, his jokes have lats, his jokes can do crossfit. It’s Josh Gondelman! You may know him from his Emmy award-winning stint as head writer for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, his current stint as head writer for Desus & Mero, his book Nice Try: Stories of Best Intentions and Mixed Results, or any of his late night appearances. We’re talking about everything from rap songs covered by singer-songwriters to being somebody else’s proxy to classic moments at the Comedy Cellar with Tracy Morgan and Dave Chappelle. Here’s five words to describe this episode: give somebody a good story.

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  • 17.06.2020
    71 MB
    01:14:09
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    39 - Jo Firestone

    Jo Firestone: Mouth Trombone. What a goddamn gem. You may know Jo from Fallon, Joe Pera Talks With You, High Maintenance, Shrill, The Chris Gethard Show, her own podcast Dr. Gameshow on Maximum Fun, her album “The Hits” on Comedy Central Records, and much more. We’re talking about everything from spoons to forks to how to give a proper compliment to why it’s bad to read the comments to warm vs. cold energies. Here’s five words to describe this episode: tread lightly when you’re matchmaking.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    38 - Louis Katz

    “If these balls could talk.” That’s what every guy thinks about his own genitalia, and this week’s guest Louis Katz was bold enough to make an entire album about it! He’s been on Comedy Central, HBO, and regularly opens for living comedy legend Dave Attel. He’s seriously one of our favorite people, and he has no problem answering Sean’s annoying questions about Judaism. And seriously, after you listen to this episode, check out that album and his own podcast Road Heads, because they’re great too. Here’s five words to describe this episode: Schlomo is a real name.

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  • 17.06.2020
    58 MB
    01:01:21
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    37 - Stavros Halkias

    Stavvy baby! We’ve got Stavros Halkias on the podcast and damn does he have a tale for you legends. You may know Stav from Comedy Central, IFC, and his own podcasts Cumtown and Pod Don’t Lie, but we’re going for a deep dive with him on this episode. We’re talking about everything from authenticity to high school hierarchies to the consequences of trying to impress others. Here’s five words to describe this episode: stop trying to be cool.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    36 - Ariel Elias

    Hell yeah, we got Ariel Elias coming atcha with a crazy story! If you live in New York City, you’ve definitely seen her around the top comedy clubs in the city. If not, you may know her from her podcast Well Behaved. We’re talking everything from growing up Jewish, weird hecklers, stalkers, high school relationships, and more. Here’s five words to describe this episode: sometimes, your mom comes through.

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  • 17.06.2020
    68 MB
    01:11:21
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    35 - Monroe Martin III

    Happy New Year! Have we got a gift for you: it’s a killer new episode with Monroe Martin III. You’ve seen him on Fallon, Comedy Central, MTV, and a ton of other things, plus he’s got his own awesome podcast No Need for Apologies with Derek Gaines. We’re talking about everything from sports to rap to growing up in the foster care system. Here’s five words to describe this episode: get yourself home before curfew.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:01:37
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    34 - Just Us (End of the Year Wrap Up)

    Hey legends! It’s the last day of the decade, and we decided to record the final episode of 2019 with just us, your hosts, Sean Patton and Caitlin Cook, each telling a story that the other has never heard before. We’re grateful to all of you that listened in 2019, and we’re excited for 2020. Here’s five words to describe this episode: here’s to a better waffle.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    33 - Cy Amundson

    Oh hell yeah, we got both hosts of the Middle of Nowhere podcast back to back! It’s Cy Amundson, and you’re in for a real treat. He’s been on Conan, Comedy Central, Family Guy, American Dad, and much more. We were able to chat with him while passing through Minneapolis, and his story is a goddamn delight. Here are five words to describe this episode: never trust a bad impersonator.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    32 - Chad Daniels

    Dad Chaniels! That’s the name of Chad Daniels’ most recent comedy special and just a fun spoonerism. You may know Chad from this special, Conan, Comedy Central, his many popular comedy albums, and his own podcast Middle Of Somewhere. But we got a chance to chat with him in green room at ACME while passing through Minneapolis, and it was a real treat. We’re talking everything from being out in the boonies to Mitch Hedberg to our relationships with our grandmothers. Here are five words to describe this episode: stay away from the comb.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    58:00
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    31 - Kate Willett

    Kate Willett! You may know her from Netflix’s Comedy Lineup, Comedy Central, This Is Not Happening, her own podcast Reply Guys, and generally being a hilarious person around NYC. We all met in San Francisco, hung out in Melbourne, and regularly chill in the city. We’re talking politics, feminism, sexuality, and moving across the country. Here are five words to describe this episode: Chicken Joe will save you.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    30 - Langston Kerman

    If you don’t already know Langston Kerman from HBO’s Insecure or Amazon’s The Boys or his own hilarious standup, you’re in for a real treat. We spent a ton of time hanging out at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, eating wings, and talking shit, so this is basically just that but in podcast form. We’re talking politics, sweaters, marriage, and public urination. Here are five words to describe this episode: just go pee, okay lady?

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  • 17.06.2020
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    59:02
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    29 - Joyelle Nicole

    Joyelle! What a badass. Not only has she been crushing it performing on Late Night with Seth Meyers, warming up the crowd for Hasan Minhaj’s Patriot Act, and writing for the final season of Broad City, but she’s also been touring around the country doing shows to raise money for independent abortion clinics. We’re talking everything from Will Smith to Disney movies to what a world with only women might look like. Here are five words to describe this episode: don’t blindly follow white women.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    01:30:34
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    28 - David Cross

    Does this man even need an introduction? It’s David Cross! And if you don’t know him from Mr. Show, Arrested Development, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, his many hilarious stand-up comedy albums and specials, and much more, you’re gonna get to know him now. We’re talking everything from having both kids and dogs to touring in the South to one of the weirdest show he’s ever done. Here are five words to describe this episode: don’t shout, “Free Bird,” hack!

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  • 17.06.2020
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    27 - Lev Fer

    Leviathan Ferrywings! Or that’s how Lev Fer is saved in Sean’s phone. He’s a very funny stand-up making his way up the ranks at the top clubs in the city. He’s got his own podcast Yung Daddy, was named one of New York Comedy Festivals 2019 Comics to Watch, and he’s got a killer story for you. Here are five words to describe this episode: don’t gamble away your money.

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  • 17.06.2020
    65 MB
    01:07:48
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    26 - Liz Miele

    Liz Miele! You may know her from her viral YouTube clips, Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and “This Week at the Comedy Cellar,” NPR’s “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me,” and much more. We’re talking about how cats are the best and the worst, what it’s like to have vets as parents, our favorite animated movies, and much much more. Here are five words to describe this episode: do not smoke loose weed.

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  • 17.06.2020
    49 MB
    51:13
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    25 - Cipha Sounds

    Cipha Sounds. You may know him as a very famous DJ. You may know him as a very funny comedian. Now, get to know him as a storyteller. We’re talking about everything from the origin of slang words to toxic relationships and everything in between. Here are five words to describe this episode: do not blow your shine.

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  • 17.06.2020
    58 MB
    01:00:54
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    24 - Emmy Blotnick

    You’ve won an Emmy! An Emmy Blotnick, that is. In your ears. On this episode. You may know her from Colbert, Conan, and Comedy Central, but now you’ll get to know her even better through her tale of travel and misfortune. Here are five words to describe this episode: keep track of your keys.

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  • 17.06.2020
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    23 - Yannis Pappas

    Yannis Pappas. Brooklyn native. Raconteur. Co-host of the History Hyenas podcast. Lover of baseball caps. Blows your mind, steals your heart, sticks your theories about Brooklyn up your butt. All while reminding you how important proposals are. Here are five words about this episode: Yankees will last the longest.

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