Penn's Sunday Schoolactive
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Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Las Vegas, NV
Premiere Date |
2012-02-27
Frequency |
Weekly

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331 Episodes Available

Average duration:01:13:21

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Stephen Fry, Ray Comfort, traditional comedy props, how hard it is to be God.
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Tom Arnold's quest for Trump videos, Penn Teller slot machine stories, the Jerry Lewis estate auction, The Happiness Curve, 36 Arguments For The Existence Of God.
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The Director's Cut premiere with Ron Jeremy; Mother's Day; we're gonna be phlebotomists.
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Avengers: Infinity War, saying goodbye to Bob Dorough, things Penn likes.
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Goudeau's rocket science adventure, Teller's Macbeth, what to do during emergency landings.
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Penn fails his carny talking idols. Matt's gets put in his place by an audience member. Red Alert: Bob Dylan makes whiskey now. Good-bye, sober Penn?
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Penn's addresses hypocrisy... again. A non-violent Penn took down a tour crew member years ago. Matt has an issue with a neighbor.
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Annie Baker's The Flick, the CW's Black Lighting, empathy in art.
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Steven Banks, Johnny Thompson's new book documentary, Penn sees David Byrne's current tour.
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Tony Max Fitzpatrick return with stories from the sets of their movies television projects, Houdini, the best advice from the best directors.
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Artist Tony Fitzpatrick (Patriot's Jack Birdbath) his son Max join Penn in Chicago. Casino scams, lie detectors, doing drugs on your death bed.
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More mantids, Matt's new show Opium, a gallon of Tobasco.
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Jonesy stops by with a copy of his new bebop duet with Penn, The Show Before The Show. Being bitter, supporting Aerosmith, breaking Moxie's bike, Jonesy's version of the Green Mill story.
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Watching buskers at the Fremont Street Experience, playing at the jazz club, another Google-translated review of The Show Before The Show, a funky pigeon.
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Farming octopuses, vasectomies as vacations, Penn's sales techniques.
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A Futile Stupid Gesture director David Wain returns. Creating pilots, The State Childrens Hospital, National Lampoon's Lemmings, Martin Mull.
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Memory isn't real, A Futile Stupid Gesture, breaking the fourth wall, calling Michael O'Donoghue with Wet Hot American Summer director David Wain.
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Penn Jonesy's album The Show Before The Show is released on JonesJazz.com. Learning new skills late in life, improving intonation after 40, Matt discloses nothing about some new shows in Vegas.
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Goudeau tours Taipei Idaho. Vocal coach John Henny (johnhenny.com) spends the day with Penn. College hoops how to catch a bat.
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More on ABC's Deception, prized crosswords, Scrabble, A.I. vs ai, escape rooms, secret yets.
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Deception producer David Kwong calls in to talk TV, magic, cryptic crosswords.
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Penn discovers violence is sexy, saves Jewel's life, changes his mind about Cirque du Soleil.
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Penn discovers violence is sexy, saves Jewel's life, changes his mind about Cirque du Soleil.
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Piff fills in as guest host while Penn Teller's Fool Us! production begins. Replacing Mr. Piffles, being paid in cash, solving apartheid, we finally figure out the problem with Hitler.
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The exciting conclusion of Goudeau's Romania story.
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Goudeau has TSA trouble, Jason Garfield's customized 14 minute workout, Psychic Hill Bill sees the Penn Teller show for the first time.
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Annie Baker, hot air balloons, Mike Nesmith's band, Goudeau makes the list, Penn guests on Scorpion Cirque du Soleil's One Drop.
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Averting disaster on The Steve Harvey Show, Goudeau leaves for Romania, propaganda testing our limits of free speech.
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The finale of the Blah Blah Blog Game, Celebrity Apprentice stories, DJ Tiësto vs Paris Hilton, The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's Island. (Recorded at Cleopatra’s Barge in Caesar’s Palace.)
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Penn visits The Adam Carolla Show at Cleopatra's Barge in Caesar's Palace. The Danny Hillis spoonbending story, the Blah Blah Blog Game, guys you cannot hang out with.
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Michael Phelps, Gwyneth Paltrow, diet skepticism with the SciBabe, Yvette d’Entremont (www.scibabe.com).
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Wild boy Kaspar Hauser, sauna competitions, how CSI ruined everything, making explosives with the SciBabe, Yvette d'Entremont (www.scibabe.com).
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Drugs all things spiritual with Crashing creator Pete Holmes.
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Penn visits Pete Holmes' podcast You Made It Weird. Pete's show Crashing, sexy body signing, memory tricks, living Dylan's fabricated past.
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Cher's stage show, Psychic Hill Bill plays the hills of Kentucky, Goudeau's new pancake technique, book updates, bad dick days.
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In search of silent retreats, mantid eggs on the web, Pete Holmes' Crashing, driveway collisions.
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Reflections on Harry Blackstone, Uri Geller, Richard Feynman, choosing between causes.
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Amazing Randi surprises us with a visit. American citizenship colleges, Christopher Hitchens, magic instructionals, fake memories.
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A joke that's already in the PSS back catalog, an old story that's most definitely not in the PSS back catalog, the Goldwater Rule, Michael Wolff's Fire Fury, fishing shows.
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A joke that's already in the PSS back catalog, an old story that's most definitely not in the PSS back catalog, the Goldwater Rule, Michael Wolff's Fire Fury, fishing shows.
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A vegan restaurant plays Cajun, Pete Holmes plays Penn's shaman, Paul Shaffer plays Vegas, Goudeau plays a heart attack.
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Julieanna CrayRay continue the discussion of their new book, Idiot's Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition, 2nd Edition. Fear of a new diet, macro confusion, the asymmetry of the caloric equation, bad metaphors.
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Julieanna CrayRay visit to discuss their update to her book, Idiot's Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition, 2nd Edition.
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Woody has questions for Penn more tricks for you to try at home, or at work, or at the gym, but definitely not while driving to work, unless you're in a fully autonomous car you aren't subject to laws requiring your hands on the steering wheel regardless. Also, you'll need a deck of cards.
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Woody Aragon shares his thoughts on his trick Love Ritual, Juan Tamariz Spanish magic.
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The second half of our one-on-one with MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell how Trump fits into his new book, Playing with Fire: The 1968 Election and the Transformation of American Politics.
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A one-on-one with MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell about his new book Playing with Fire: The 1968 Election and the Transformation of American Politics.
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Jason Garfield's Skillcon 2017, mantids for the home, one-armed jugglers.
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Penn's embarrassing blood donation, Hill Bill's sneak preview, we respond to a troll.
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Hockey games, halftime hijinx, dirty water dogs, dolphin murder at Great America.
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We continue our holiday tradition of welcoming Piff the Magic Dragon his Piffmas Pifftacular. The trappings of success: caloric surplus, fake coffee, a new weight system, disproportionate candy, difficult ad copy.
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Penn speculates why things will continue to get better - with or without Trump - in part two of his visit with Glenn Beck from January, 2017.
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Penn visits Glenn Beck at his fancy-pants studio in Texas. Being wrong, skepticism vs. cynicism, the philosophy of Penn Teller.
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Penn's liner notes for the new Bob Dylan package, Goudeau goes to Yosemite, Penn Teller put a two-year-old in charge of the show, smoking monkeys aren't funny anymore.
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Matt's roast battle, unboxing videos, chemical dating tips.
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Live comedy Foley artists, the Las Vegas autonomous shuttle, Danica Patrick, Penn's liner notes for the new Bob Dylan box set.
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Updating OS is a marshmallow test. Bird calls from Louisiana, Penn Piff's favorite feature on their new phones, we try to get free products from Apple.
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In celebration of his new documentary Gilbert: A Gilbert Gottfried Story, here's Part II of our interview covering his film television career, autism, Curtis "Booger" Armstrong, talkin' horse movies.
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Last year, we recorded an episode with Gilbert Gottfried saved it for a rainy day. Then we forgot all about it. We found it just in time for the release of his new documentary, Gilbert: A Gilbert Gottfried Story.
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The second half of our discussion with Georgetown University Associate Professor of Psychology Abigail Marsh about her book The Fear Factor: How One Emotion Connects Altruists, Psychopaths, and Everyone In-Between.
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Georgetown University Associate Professor of Psychology Abigail Marsh teaches us about the connections between altruism, fear, psychopathy.
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Matt Goudeau go to conventions, our clown make-up seminar, all we want to do is talk to Donny Osmond.
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Having coffee meeting London the Magnificent in Canada, messing up the Egg Bag trick, a fan quotes Penn to Penn.
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Matt learns magic from Teller Springsteen. Goudeau celebrates Pier 39's anniversary. Penn Z go to a Renaissance fair. Moxie wins a horse competition. Everybody wants to be a phlebotomist.
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Penn Teller: Fool Us is renewed for season 5. James Suzman's Affluence Without Abundance, The Fear Factor by Abigail Marsh, a kind letter from young magician London the Magnificent.
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Penn writes a poem, Goudeau's trip to China, more on the new Penn Teller slot machine.
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The second half of our interview with Public Radio International's Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen, discussing his new book, Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History. Thanks again to Brent Spear Zoe Thrall at Studio at The Palms Resort Casino for the ISDN connection. Recorded September 18, 2017.
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Public Radio International's Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen calls in from WNYC to discuss his new book, Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History. Thanks to Brent Spear Zoe Thrall at Studio at The Palms Resort Casino for the ISDN connection.
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Live from Scoopfest 2017. A Desert Bus VR update, how to learn magic, ethics morality, running for president, an uncomfortable moment with Richard Turner.
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Live from Scoopfest 2017. Robert Mueller the Third, Penn Teller play their new slot machine, a new appreciation for American football.
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Penn announces he is involved in an upcoming Bob Dylan project. Matt updates his Psychic HillBilly Show. Heavily restrained poetry, typewriters, The Beat Museum, defending The Beatles' The End.
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Penn gets a taste of Jackson Juice, conducts a wedding, performs as Pop The Magic Dragon for the first time.
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Penn defends Joel Osteen invents baseball. Notes on Fool Us! Episode 408, Jeff Ross at the Jerry Lewis memorial, jai alai.
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Contrasting the hurricane strategies of Randi Kramer. Vacation day clothes, a Rare Inappropriate meal, Pop the Magic Dragon's night out, alliteration confusion, ball cradling.
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Matt learns magic. Everybody hates PowerPoint. Asi Wind's thoughts on David Blaine's bullet catch. Salmon can't run, Jackie Vernon, unicorns of the sea, bears on berries.
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Questions about a new digital clock in Show Creators Studios, Trump's charity pledge Day of Prayer, Matt's political career, showering clowns, people falling.
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More fudge, gators, Jason Aldean, the man who invented protein, a mid-season review of Fool Us!
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Fudge at school, "Resist", the 2017 eclipse, featuring Lawrence Krauss, a glowing mountain, yoga.
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Matt apologizes for setting up Penn Teller to fail. Goudeau sees a cow made of butter. We don't know anything, except for fair food.
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Penn's tribute to Jerry Lewis, a sincere apology to the people of Newfoundland.
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Anne Buchanan (author of The Mermaid's Tale: Four Billion Years of Cooperation in the Making of Living Things) Holly Dunsworth (Sociology Anthropology department chair for the University of Rhode Island) tell us when we learned about where babies come from. Their argument has far-reaching implications against strict Darwinists the religious.
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One man attempts to ruin The Who concert at Caesar's Palace for Penn. The trouble with Troublewit Chapeaugraphy. Penn Teller put the trick that doesn't work back in the show just in time for the Magic Live convention.
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A behind-the-scenes look into an upcoming episode of Crashing, another behind-the-scenes look into a possible episode of Archer, and a "literally shocking" in-front-of-the-scenes review of 1984 on Broadway.
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Penn is fitted for his new favorite roll. Happy 110,000th Birthday to Reddi-Rich. Teller is a meme, episode 4 of Fool Us! season 4, Penn learns he is performing for Grocers, not Groshers.
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The U.S government is doing great. Jo De Rijck corrects us about Chicken Curry. Season 4, episode 3 of Penn Teller: Fool Us!, this one time at tech camp....
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Penn plays Roger Ailes in a musical. Backstage at the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Starbucks, cold brew, wineries.
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Penn is fooled by medicine a chicken, a defense of Richard Dawkins, Chop and Steele (Joe Pickett Nick Prueher) Skype in to discuss their legal troubles over pranking TV stations.
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Penn's tribute to George Romero Dawn of the Dead. James Lovell, Goudeau's whale shark encounter, Matt's racist moment.
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A letter from the Ringling Bros. And Barnum Bailey Greatest Show On Earth's last clown, Matthew Lish. Details on ScoopFest 2017, Peter Pitofsky, Ask a Magic Libertarian, Klaus the cross-country cyclist.
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Season 4 of Penn Teller: Fool Us! premieres on the CW network. Richard Turner, Dai Vernon, consent in magic, changing how game show contestants are treated.
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The full Roger Stone experience at Mensa. Penn goes fishing with Shimmy Disc founder Kramer. Cool clocks Colgate.
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Penn Teller are mistaken for another act. Goudeau disappoints Quiet Riot. Reddi has an offbeat encounter.
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Big Star Little Star, fish chips, Viet Kong, Manchester.
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Penn returns from the UK tour with tales of pain misery, giant chocolate bars, God's conspiracy against the Penn Teller show.
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The second half of Penn's conversation with Jamie Kaler Andy Lerner from the Father Time podcast. Mike Nesmith, video games, privacy, tee-totaling, how celebrity atheist parents affects children.
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Showbiz icon Rich Little shares more impersonations in stories about Paul Lynde, Tony Randall, Ed Sullivan, Jimmy Durante, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra.
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Penn visits Jamie Kaler's laundry room for the Father Time podcast. Bally broads, bringing up babies, bands without drums, being on the road, jazz bullshit.
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Rich Little weaves his characters into stories about old Las Vegas, classic talk shows, former presidents, people not recognizing themselves in impersonations.
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Penn continues his conversation about art with mentor Martin Mull. Tony Fitzpatrick, Steve Martin, finding your artistic voice, fountains.
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Penn continues his visit with Newtek founder Tim Jenison at The Museum of Old New Art in Tasmania. James Turrell's light experiments, skinny dipping in the Jurassic Park Experience at Marion Bay, Penn's Vermeer.
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Penn visits Martin Mull at Adam Carolla's studio. Martin's comedy act, television career, albums. Features Jesus Is Easy, Honor Roll, A Girl Your Size (How Could I Not Miss), Partly Marion.
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Penn visits Newtek founder Tim Jenison at The Museum of Old New Art in Tasmania, where Tim's exhibit experiments are currently on display. Tim's Vermeer, MONA's unique collection its patron David Walsh.
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Details on Penn Teller's UK tour, malt vinegar, the Railroad Crossing Detective, how to properly call 911.
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Vegas gets a hockey team. Movie Night Roger Moore, lost wedding rings, how to cheat at chess.
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Z's zombie party, Pascal's Wager, atheist values, religion at funerals, the Fine-Tuning Problem, old white guys talking about pie.
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Stealing first class, defending Lou Reed, 5-star charging, the Zanti Misfits, acting sexy.
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Penn's family are racing pigeons. Lance Burton rides again, Top Gear, setting butter on fire. In the Land of the Incompetent, Goudeau is king.
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Mother's Day stories. Penn Teller visit The Magic Circle. London likes Dylan, Penn likes London, Matt pitches custom podcasts.
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Penn's keynote speech on freedom at the 5th Annual Marijuana Business Conference Expo.
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Penn tells the truth about telling the truth while telling stories during his keynote speech at the eLearning Guild's most recent DevLearn Conference Expo, featuring his fire eating act.
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Parenthood is a suicide watch. We apologize for being privileged. The Heineken ad, Harari's Sapiens, blowing up bottles on the beach.
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Penn walks to a fancy pants Hollywood premiere without his fancy pants, then impersonates Neil Gaiman. The Pitchfords have a party. Dennis Miller, Nathan Fillion, Desert Bus 1.001.
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Penn continues his fire-free fireside chat with philosophy professor Peter Boghossian about the strategies in his book, A Manual for Creating Atheists.
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Penn talks with philosophy professor Peter Boghossian - the author of A Manual for Creating Atheists - about morality, atheism, PC culture in American universities.
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Penn is outraged by United outrage. Goudeau has a run-in with the law, bids a juggling act to the Penn Teller show. PT do motion capture for a new virtual reality project.
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Matt Penn each have unruly audience members. Zolten baits a sea lion. Easter stories punching deer.
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Chemical weapons; modern fruit, cookies, olives; Matt's weight, Penn versus Teller.
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Our tribute to Don Rickles. Ira Glass asks Penn to tell the truth. Matt is in a music video near an alien brothel, magic questions from an 8th grader.
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The Nigerian Spam Scam Scam review, for real this time. Penn considers hearing aids, Zolten's acting coaching, pancakes with dirtballs, defunding Planned Parenthood/the NEA/Sesame Street.
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Penn reviews Dean Cameron's Nigerian Spam Scam Scam. Writing jokes, practicing juggling, Mark Wahlburg helps Penn Teller - but especially Penn - at Wahlburgers.
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Penn meets Peyton Manning Ryan Gosling. Matt is Sean Spicer at 50 Shades: The Parody. Songs that define you in your twenties, a Pig Latin poem.
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Getting the car to the driveway on empty. The Penn Teller show is interrupted for a lozenge. Season Four of Fool Us! wraps, Heimlich, Penn's codeine addiction.
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Part Two from @Nerdvana in Frisco, Texas, with the Pitchfords. How to open a restaurant, how to be one of those adults with plans, how to get recognized at peep shows, or not.
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Brett Loudermilk joins us at the Pitchfords' @Nerdvana Coffee in Frisco, Texas, to talk sword swallowing, David Blaine, frogs.
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The texts of breaking up, Get Out, unique names, all of Penn's dreams are coming true.
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Penn Teller almost shut down NBC. Penn unwittingly pays for Sarah's vacation. Hay fever Matt's magic trick.
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Matt has an alcohol adventure as stage manager at 50 Shades! The Musical, Goudeau has kiteboarding adventure in Mexico, plus allergies beekeeping.
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Penn's birthday, Penn Teller's best TV bit, Donny Osmond is a nice guy, Gilbert Gottfried calls in by accident, twice.
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Living wage, 300 Arguments by Sarah Manguso, Penn wonders if he is a rat dreaming about being human, Matt's psychic bear necklace days.
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Penn lets down an audience member with the breath of a chicken. He also discusses the possible true tragic expectations for Donny Jingles. Penn Teller meet over Korean coffee.
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Penn Emily star in Love Letters. Matt steals a ham. Operation Avalanche, A Thief In The Night, breast awareness survey results.
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Penn has a run in with TSA. The trick that doesn't work, "Indian" names, Uber stories.
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Penn has a Valentine's Day date with Moxie. The Great Tomsoni's act is now in the show. Plus, breast Brut sensitivity.
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The Harlem Globetrotters, chimeras, sentences from the New York Times, Penn stops swearing.
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The theology half of Penn's visit to Jay Mohr's garage.
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Penn visits Jay Mohr's garage to share his thoughts on psychics the performance of magic, his dream that one day David Copperfield will portray Otto George.
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Piff The Magic Dragon flew his mother over from Merry Ol' England with 11 mince pies. Here's what happened.
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Penn ruins Elvis' guitar, tackles the problem of evil, accepts corrections from the congregation.
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Penn insults an audience member, Matt is almost famous, Goudeau saves Sunday morning. Plus, perfumed performance art.
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Women's marches, over-drumming, trying to reconcile front rear windshield wiper rhythms.
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Penn's oft-requested Year in Review: the list of art he enjoyed in 2016.
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How alumni from Ringling Bros. Barnum Bailey, Greatest Show on Earth's Clown College feel about the demise of the shows.
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Penn's travels to New Zealand, a new poodle-dog, the Jillette family/Goudeau family escape room experience.
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Penn picks up Moxie from school. The Grand Canyon in the dark, racquetball in the movies, a cool thing you might try after sex.
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Our first New Year's Day celebration. Some of Penn's bad ideas: Electric Boy, Broken Arm Magic, standing outside in the sleeting snow of Times Square wearing nothing but underwear.
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Christmas traditions, Cajun comfort food, that rat bastard Andy Williams.
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Reporter John Katsilometes gives a Las Vegas backstage tour, with Jerry Lewis, Criss Angel, David Copperfield, photo opportunities, zombie showgirls.
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UK vs US food, holidays, branding, plus time travel, with Piff the Magic Dragon.
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Penn defends his flag burning. The World's Greatest bass player plays at Penn's home. A Moxie mic drop.
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Magician Rudy Coby stops by to talk hospital security, Marilyn Manson Labman.
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Pence visits Hamilton. Moxie does improv. Tuna dip David Blaine's bullet catch.
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Recorded in front of a live Scoopfest audience. With Trump's election, Penn is now an enemy of the state. Paul Mattingly speaks a little Klingon, Goudeau wants a truffle dog.
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The experiences shooting Penn's movie, The Grounds. Travel takes Penn to the Carnegie Deli in Manhattan and Chicago for the Cub's World Series celebration. 416 people have lost 19,892 pounds inspired by "Presto."
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In celebration of the demise of The Slammer this week, this is the final episode recorded there. Penn explains his attraction to - reservations about - libertarianism atheism.
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Acting on Code Black, the trials of making the low budget horror film The Grounds.
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Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Filming the TV show Code Black and Penn's movie The Grounds. Also, more dieting info.
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Penn gives Clinton advice on how to destroy Trump. 19,000 pounds lost on our non-vegan "hoax" diet. Penn has blonde hair!
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Shouldn't Trump be called Mr. Piggy? Why we shouldn't look at Mr. Piggy's tax return, dental surgery, the Penn Teller slot machine.
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Penn eats the hottest pepper on earth, attends the premier of Jerry Lewis' new movie Max Rose. Why do Penn Teller appear in My Little Pony? The presidential debates are bumming our shit.
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Penn flies a hang glider with The Passing Zone's Owen Morse. Johnny Thompson Penn perform in the Brookledge Follies. Crawfish as pets, bear testing products.
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Penn is asked the greatest question ever. Service jobs, driving in a gorilla suit, the end of Howard Johnson's.
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Penn defends Anthony Weiner, does a card trick at The Bucket Show. Presto! audio book bloopers. Moxie appears on Fool Us. Penn struggles to pronounce "Chipotle".
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The Slammer garage sale, Penn Teller appear on The Late Late Show, we make our case for Gary Johnson appearing in the presidential debate.
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Penn puts a Hillary Clinton bumper sticker on his car. We announce the dates of the Slammer garage sale, Marvel asks Penn to write a Spiderman Deadpool story.
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Matt Penn at the LiveTalksLA.org QA for Presto!: How I Made Over 100 Pounds Disappear and Other Magical Tales.
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Penn's preaches libertarianism for the Young Americans for Liberty at the Catholic University of America, plus a conversation with Nick Gillespie about Trump, Dylan, Presto!Footage courtesy of reason.com yaliberty.org.
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What it is to be American, a radio magic trick, Mahdi Gilbert's sleight of no hand, the campaign promise to put a Hillary Clinton bumper sticker on Penn's car.
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Goudeau's kiteboarding trip, The Skinny Dip on Amazon Prime, the man who saved Penn by pirating passwords.
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Matt had a car crash. Season 3 of Penn Teller: Fool Us premieres on CW. The Preachers question Penn's atheism on Fox.
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The NRO gives NASA new giant telescopes, a discussion of the benefits of base 12, David Copperfield gets a new house.
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Obama's nighttime routine, our co-host beats Gilbert Gottfried, when it's OK to quit.
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Love wins, even when it loses. Trump finds Jesus. TSA, Tomsoni's "Gambler's Ballad".
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Penn talks about seeing "In Of Itself" (Derek DelGaudio's show) Dylan, plus Father's Day stories.
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Penn reviews his Reason Rally performance meeting with evangelist Ray Comfort
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Billy West returns to talk dual citizenship, democracy, dwarves, Dorchester.
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Penn talks about why we're Libertarians. John Davidson calls in to talk about the upcoming Reason Rally, Petty Officer Andrew Ross stops by to tell us his experiences with Atheism in the military.
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Penn moderates the final debate for the Libertarian Party's 2016 nomination, with candidates Austin Petersen, Gary Johnson John McAfee. Courtesy of The Blaze.
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Presidential Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson stops by to tell us why he'd be a great president of the United States.
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Penn explains his rock climbing bachelorette party idea. Snake Island sounds terrifying, we talk about the New York Times article about The Biggest Loser.
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The first show from the new room at Show Creators Studios. Penn Teller do a show in their 1400 seat room for 7 people. Plus, lessons about Beethoven.
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Yep. It's the last show from Penn's former home, The Slammer. We bid farewell to Vintage Nudes Studio, then discuss how best to demolish it, Mike Tyson's Undisputed Truth, Prince, joking about diabetes, the new Penn Teller magic kit.
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Johnny Thompson visits to talk harmonicas, magic, sideshow scams.
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Piff the Magic Dragon interrupts his North American tour to talk props, pronunciations, pockets.
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Clay Aiken calls in to talk Trump. Goudeau goes to a date farm. Penn has a problem with a proselytizer.
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POTUS candidate Governor Gary Johnson talks libertarian politics. Penn describes his trip to have sugar on snow.
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Atheists seek understanding. Penn makes an appearance on Dr. Oz, we open some great gifts from our congregationalists.
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We will no longer call him "Trump". The Most Patient Man in the Universe, free will, Zootopia, working without pants.
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We talk about Louis CK's assessment of Trump. Penn's new book, Presto: How I Made 100+ Pounds Magically Disappear is available for pre-sale, Goudeau crashes his RC airplane.
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Penn tells a couple of stories about his community standards, we send our love to the Grand Dame of the Magic Castle, Irene Larson.
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It's a rough week in the magic world. Magician Tom Mullica died Paul Daniels announced that he has an inoperable brain tumor.
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Family, the death of Antonin Scalia, Lawrence Krauss tells us about gravity waves.
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The Slamdance Film Festival welcomes Penn, Teller Adam Rifkin to field questions about Director's Cut, Tim's Vermeer, how to be a filmmaker.
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Matt Harding from wheretheheckismatt.com visits to tell us more about his travels around the world.
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Director's Cut screens at Slamdance, the Donald Trump conundrum.
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Penn talks about his time with David Bowie. Donald Trump sends money to Lawrence O'Donnell, everything Penn said last week about Desert Bus was wrong.
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Goudeau, our "Jongleur Sans Frontiers" is back from his trip to Malaysia. Penn sees Willie Nelson live has coffee with John McAfee.
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Libertarians get cornered into voting for Hillary at Penn's house. Matt eats his way out of job. Penn answers listener mail practices magic to his pet four-eyed fish.
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The Movie Night dentist writes in a few corrections for last week's show. All the dental dam talk you need. Plus, listeners are welcome to weigh in on life insurance vs lottery odds. Penn also addresses the Chicago time capsule that wasn't.
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Penn interviews "Fighting God" author, David Silverman. Penn gets a part on the TV show Scorpion has to tackle a major hurdle. Matt gets mistaken for a terrorist.
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Penn plays bass solo on stage. The United Church of Bacon puts up a Merry Christmas billboard, Penn reads some quotes from Ta-Nehisi Coates' new book, "Between the World Me."
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Penn talks about the "controversy" of hosting the Hollywood Christmas parade. A listener sends in a chocolate mold of his penis, Mathew Giltner from "In The Name of God - The Podcast" stops by to chat.
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Penn welcomes Ryan Bell back to the show after completing A Year Without God.
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Penn pisses off Alaskans at PT's show in Anchorage. Matt drives for Uber dresses as Santa Claus. The Moby Dick Opera has Penn reflecting on the country's perception of ISIS.
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Penn the crew discuss the November 13 terrorist attacks in France, then talk to the Desert Bus For Hope charity at desertbus.org. The gang also evaluates Dr. Fuhrman's facts, Penn runs out of gas in his electric car.
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Penn, Goudeau Ray Cronise talk with Dr. Joel Fuhrman about diet, his books Eat To Live The End Of Diabetes, why bell peppers have bad attitudes.
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Penn the gang try to reconcile terms for transgender people. Penn talks about meeting Martha Stewart, Steven Pinker, Nolan Bushnell, our diet guru Ray talks about his 21 day water fast his Kickstarter campaign for "Our Broken Plate."
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Atheist Woodstock is happening around the Slammer. Church of Bacon's John Whiteside, Sunday Assembly's Kevin Breen, Ardent Atheists' Emery Emery a few hot former Mormon/Catholic pansexuals all check in with Penn Matt. Plus, the greatest religious joke ever told.
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Penn talks about digging through a dumpster of food. Donald Trump claims Penn Teller's success is thanks to his kind attention. Ray Cronise calls in on day 7 of his water fast.
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Penn the gang talk about politics, Kuala Lumpur, Dylan's IBM commercial. The Church of Bacon's Indigogo campaign is launched.
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Penn Goudeau talk Beatles, Penn's visit with Richard Dawkins, science writers' use of personification.
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Penn, Goudeau, Donnelly discuss the Pope, America's Got Talent, how much Donald Trump loves Christmas.
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Martin Tyner of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation visits with a golden eagle tells stories of animal rescue.
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Penn the crew talk about Kim Davis how to deal with hecklers.
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Penn talks about seeing Matt in the 50 Shades of Grey parody, John Davidson, Donald Trump, The Westboro Baptist Church Kim Davis.
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Penn the whole gang are back from their various trips, we've got a lot of catching up to do.
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Penn visits Gilbert at his Amazing Colossal Studio, where they discuss Johnny Carson, Jimmy Fallon, Don Rickles, The Smothers Brothers, groove-oriented comedy.
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Penn interviews Twisted Fuckin' Sister's Dee Snider about heavy metal love, Celebrity Apprentice, free speech.
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Penn interviews Prophet John of the United Church of Bacon about turning The Slammer into AtheistHeaven.org, parody religions, Elvis.
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The most requested episode is finally here: Penn's diet guru, Ray Cronise, talks about losing weight, the Metabolic Winter Hypothesis Joel Fuhrman's Eat To Live diet.
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Penn reviews comedy magician Amazing Johnathan's career life, how to save your ass in jail, the worst magic show of all time.
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Penn phones in from Broadway to mention Donald Trump. Paul Mattingly Matt Donnelly join Penn Goudeau to discuss music, making money in comedy, maybe a dead hooker.
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Penn is nutty about liberty at the Independence Institute.
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BBC television presenter Jonathan Ross talks about swearing, punk rock, Japanese otaku culture, Russell Brand's Sachsgate, hosting Penn Teller's Fool Us!
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Penn Goudeau talk a lot about the SCOTUS gay marriage ruling, London, their diet, aphantasia. The Confederate flag Charleston shooting, not so much.
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Penn discusses pride his issues with taking real direction from a big shot Broadway director for his upcoming run in NYC. Penn Matt talk about Dads for Father's Day. Penn asks "Just who is voting for Donald Trump?"
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Penn the crew discuss filming Sharknado 3, the Finnish Standards, the upcoming Penn Teller appearance on Broadway.
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Emery Emery stops by, we talk about Christian Bok's "Eunoia", TSA has a slightly higher average of success than we do.
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Biologist Rich Ross visits with cephalopod news and porn, and ways the government can arrest anyone.
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Penn does jury duty. Numbers of people claiming to be religious are dropping. The lawsuit against Stephanie Guttormson is dropped and Goudeau is commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel.
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Penn looks back in his time with David Letterman. He pays tribute to BB King, discusses being in Jeopardy. He also addresses the Boston Bomber death sentence.
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Penn is called names by The Globe. We talk Mother's Day and Stephanie Guttormson's being sued by a faith healer.
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Penn divulges the details of being directed for his upcoming Broadway show, the difference between Penn Floyd Mayweather, Michael Rooker stops by a PT show in Minneapolis.
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Matt's got a new baby. Penn and Teller switch to the all broadway show to prep for the New York trip. Penn spent a lot of time with Glenn Beck last week and 5 women in corsets show up at the show in Tulsa and it sure seems like we could be pals with Obama.
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The arrow of freedom flies in more than one direction. Joe Franklin wanted to sue Sarah Silverman. Newfoundlanders love Newfie jokes. Shecky Greene We couldn't find enough Bullshit! about hypnotism. The big orange head joke.
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Penn talks about dieting, Stan Freberg, Jean Shepherd, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan, and show philosophy.
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Penn and the gang talk about Indiana's situation and Penn's appearance on CNN.
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Phil Robertson defends atheism accidentally; Indiana revives the gay cake argument for free speech; Penn's New York Times article about electing an atheist president; a congregation member loses his job for listening to Penn's Sunday School.
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Penn talks about the behind the scenes of PT going to Broadway for 8 shows a week with The Mike Jones Duo, Mike Jones's days playing with Aerosmith, Matt Donnelly on a scam casting encounter, and Michael Goudeau on walking a rare pygmy elephant on foot from Vegas to Broadway... maybe.
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20 years ago Penn recorded his spot in Toy Story. A jacket performs its own magic, and non-gender specific insults are the way to go.
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Penn describes his weight loss method and throwing his cell phone at a squirrel.
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Nose waxing Penn Teller bring the Rabbit from the Hat trick to life.
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We say goodbye to Aristocrat Gary Owens, Penn is on King of the Nerds and an interesting night for the Magic Bullets.
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The gang tries snorting chocolate then talk about building implosions, David Williamson, and Elsie the African Pygmy Elephant.
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Our pal Mac King fills in for Goudeau discusses his guiding principles for choosing which college to attend. Penn talks about what he likes about Hillary Clinton. He also defends Brian Williams shares his own favorite lies. Appearances on Larry Wilmore, at SF Sketchfest at an 80's Father/Daughter.
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The new Dylan album, Vaccines, and Eve of Destruction vs. Dawn of Correction.
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Penn visits the Titanic Exhibit and introduces his children to the Three Stooges. Lawrence Krauss kicks some non-scientific ass and we talk about Steven Pinker's newest book.
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Penn's review of the movie Blackhat and our feelings about the Pope's insistence that "You cannot insult the faith of others."
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We aren't brave enough to be Charlie Hebdo, We talk about Aristocrat Taylor Negron. An Aussie Cardiologist joins us in Vintage Nudes, Matt teaches Penn how to do improv.
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Our year's end 'Best of' list, fruit that will fuck you, and the 14 year anniversary of P T at the Rio Hotel.
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Penn explains why cutting people off in his car with the Atheist license plate is acceptable and Matt gets the part of understudy for Christian Grey in "50 Shades of Grey. The Musical."
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Dolly Parton's biscuits, The Interview, and the 20 year anniversary of the Magic Bullets trick.
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The 40 millionth visitor to Vegas. Matt auditions for 50 Shades of Grey, the Musical, the Sony Hack, and Penn visits a couple of shows this week.
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Chris Rock won't work colleges. Charlie Todd from Improv Evolution calls in. Penn talks about the movie "Citizenfour."
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Penn discusses Elvis Costello porn. Penn's reveals his philosophy on pranks also discusses Penn Teller's new elephant trick. Plus, Penn breaks down one-on-one experiences with Bob Dylan.
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We say goodbye to Mike Nichols. Penn's experience in an isolation tank. How to peel pistachios. Teller is a bad ass. We know there's an annoying sound during the recording. Sorry about that.
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Penn and the gang are back after a two week hiatus. Penn and Piff visit the Tease Bubble Tea shop in Vegas.
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The New York Times publishes an article with Hand Job in it. Tina and Grayson Currin call in to talk about their fantastic protest signs. You can purchase a Sexy Ebola costume online and Brad Slingerlend teaches us about some of the new tech advances we can expect in the near future.
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Penn gets a sunburn while contemplating whales in Hawaii, A member of the congregation meets THE Ron Jeremy and the answer to bad speech is more speech.
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Piff the Magic Dragon visits and kills us dead.
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Penn and the gang talk about the Pennsylvania teen convicted of blasphemy, Palindromes, turtles, snakes in hammocks, and Goudeau's cruise trip.
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An extensive interview with The Amazing himself.
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Penn looks back on his days in the Toss-Ups, a pre-PT punk rock juggling group. Penn examines the New York Times article on Gary Hart and America's need of lithium. Plus, Director's Cut, Wizard Wars, and the guy that went to jail for killing a rat.
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Penn recaps the week on Director's Cut and how much he hates running and likes kissing. Penn gives his daughter an action figure of himself and has the boys wonder about action figures of their own fathers, including "Dave Donnelly, Public Defender". Penn tackles the freedom issues of prosecuting a teenager over his controversial photos with a Jesus statue.
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Penn recaps the week on Director's Cut and how much he hates running and likes kissing. Penn gives his daughter an action figure of himself and has the boys wonder about action figures of their own fathers, including "Dave Donnelly, Public Defender". Penn tackles the freedom issues of prosecuting a teenager over his controversial photos with a Jesus statue.
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"Director's Cut" news, Jennifer Lawrence and the photos, Pam Anderson visits Julian Assange.
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Penn meets Nickelback's Chad Kroeger. The first day of shooting on "Director's Cut." Penn breaks Geraldo Rivera's chair. Joan Rivers, we love you.
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Wizard Wars vs. Penn Teller: Fool Us. Matt's heartwarming story of his 9 months on St. John's.
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We talk about Robin Williams. Penn reveals Teller's super power and John Whiteside, Mesiah from the United Church of Bacon stops by to talk about Burning Man.
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We reveal Penn works for the CIA. Drew Curtis, owner and CEO of Fark.com and Cyan Banister, CEO of Zivity.com stop by to tell us about Defcon 2014.
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Penn and the gang talk about a guy trying to scam Penn at LAX, Ken Ham's Ark Encounter tax incentive, Johnny Thompson's 80th birthday party.
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We talk with Matt Glowacki, camping, Secret Service, and Monty Python.
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Penn sings with The Turtles, works on magic with Amazing Randi, Great Tomsoni, and Piff the Magic Dragon. Goudeau's trip to Italy.
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The guys talk about Joey Ramone, Zach Braff, and Penn's new TV show, "Camp Stew.
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Opie's Anthony, Joan Rivers, and Penn speaks to the NSA.
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Penn is back from a tour of England where he dines with Prince Charles and attends a Monty Python rehearsal.
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Yeah, you heard me. Richard! Fucking! Dawkins!
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A finalist in the Mars One project tells us about her decision to try to take a one way trip to Mars.
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The gang talks about Penn's trip to London, Goudeau's trip to Japan, and the Owl Family Cafe'.
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Penn and Matt take on Solar Fucking Roads and how a skeptic should be looking at them. Penn gives a major update on his movie, Director's Cut. Penn questions whether we should rebuild cities that are destined to be destroyed again and how he got some aspects of global warming wrong on Bullshit. Plus, Penn Teller are in Vegas 20 years. Penn discusses aspects of the decision to move to Vegas from NYC.
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Mac King co-hosts and he and Penn talk about the dangers of magic. Also, "Tabbycat" visits.
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Song Poem expert Phil Milstein tells us about the origin of song poems.
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A couple of weeks into his experiment, Ryan Bell visits Penn's Sunday School.
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Amazing Randi calls in. Clinical psychologist Dr, David Aboussafy visits in studio. Turns out we're a mess.
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Penn and the gang talk about Otto Peterson. Guests Rachel Bloom and Matthew Giltner visit.
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Rich Ross tells us horror stories about cephalopods and Jay Frank tells us about the newest ways to monetize music.
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Penn and the gang talk Berger's Cookies, Jeremiah A. Denton, Jr, and family life in New England.
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Fred Phelps, Penn burns himself in Austin, and end of life doctor BJ Williams stops by.
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We're taping a reality show and doing a podcast and talking about David Brenner. Goudeau reveals a childhood drama.
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Penn takes the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory and everyone on earth hates Daylight Saving Time.
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Penn offers a solution to the Arizona conundrum. The Steven Seagal and Penn appearance convergence. Joseph Sikorski visits to tell us about Tesla.
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Topless Doughnuts, Arizona's right to be assholes and Steve White stops by to tell us about log homes and the islands of the Philippines.
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Penn talks about hosting a mendingkids.org event in LA and hanging with Tom Jones, Natasha Bedingfield, Mel Gibson, Sly Stalone, and Kiss. Eric Idle stops backstage at the P and T Theater. More name dropping than you thought was possible!
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Our guys discuss Penn's Father/Daughter dance, Miley Cyrus, the nature of art, and Clay Aiken's run for congress.
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Penn read his CNN article, 'Beatles, Bootlegs, and Vermeer' and the gang discusses what we want from a politician.
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Penn and the gang visit Boston for coffee jello and boiled dinner.
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Penn and friends discuss Ron Jeremy's "Wrecking Ball," honesty in art, Trace Adkins, Jerry Camero's bottom deal, and congregation guest, Gary Watson drops by.
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Edward Snowden, Ryan Bell, Florence Henderson, Ellen DeGeneres, Ben Stiller, Rachel Ray, all talked about, none of them showed up. Penn tells us about filming Rachel VS. Guy and his steak recipe. and Matt's CES gig as the Cowardly Lion turns ugly.
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Penn and Teller celebrate 13 years at the Rio. James Randi calls in and we talk cephalopod news with Rich Ross.
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Goudeau is back from Finland. Penn tells about the Lou Reed celebration of life and says goodbye to Al Goldstein.
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Comic Emo Philips share stories with us.
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Man, do we got taxi stories and Newfoundland/Vancouver jokes. Penn addresses book and movie rumors about Amazing Randi. An audience member gets advice about how to be an Atheist parent. Special Bonus: Two very special guests on the ads, Moxie and Zolten!
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Penn teaches the congregation his very successful form of self defense. Mandy Patinkin crazy is Penn's kind of crazy. Sue Bryker-Parham reveals the details Upstate Atheists clash with one Christian Soup Kitchen. We bid farewell to Dustin.
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Penn interviews and catches up with his oddly close old friend LOD. Can they both leave the conversation a liberal or both leave a libertarian? We hear about O' Donnell passing up a chance to make millions of American dollars in DC and we get a behind-the-scenes perspective into The West Wing, Senator Moynihan's career and LOD's MSNBC show.
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Penn interviews and catches up with his oddly close old friend LOD. Can they both leave the conversation a liberal or both leave a libertarian? We hear about O' Donnell passing up a chance to make millions of American dollars in DC and we get a behind-the-scenes perspective into The West Wing, Senator Moynihan's career and LOD's MSNBC show.
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Penn, Matt talk with Dustin about his recent gig in China and surviving life there as a round eye. Penn discovers that making movies and making friends are not mutually exclusive. Penn reveals his dad's early showbiz advice and returns the favor when he meets a young 9 year magic genius, Alex Newberg backstage at the Rio.
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Penn and Matt discuss gays rights and free speech with 'Kindly Inquisitors' author Jonathan Rauch. Penn has more issues with popular music lyrics and a major beef with the FDA. Dr. Ed comes on to chat about cancer and heart disease from the frontier of modern medicine.
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Taped at the Huge Improv Theater in Minneapolis.
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Penn tells some Lou Reed stories.
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Penn learns to cook for TV. Movies that suck the life out of us, and Matt the Mailman.
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Lenny Bruce, Malala, The Led Zepplin, and a victim of John Edward gets a tough lesson.
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Adam Rifkin visits to talk about his movies and working with Penn on 'Director's Cut.'
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Our 1st Amendment Bob Corn-Revere talks about revenge porn. Penn meets the world's greatest drummer, and Jonesy visits to tell us about his new album.
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Penn Jillette, Michael Goudeau, Matt Donnelly, and Dustin Knouse talk to special guest Bobby Moynihan, Listen to Penn pitch his new film on FundAndything.com, Director's Cut, and more Congregation News!
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Penn and the gang talk about Syria, Cinderella's slippers, and Foundation Beyond Belief.
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"Tim's Vermeer" opens in Telluride. Penn meets Salman Rusdie, and Penn and Teller's first attempt at self promotion goes horribly wrong or right.
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Penn, Matt and Dustin address the bullshit of manipulating language to make your point, talk with John Whiteside from the United Church of Bacon, and ask who applies for a job at the NSA?
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Really, it's Carrot Top. The title didn't clear that up?
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Penn, Goudeau, Matt Donnelly, and Dustin Knouse discuss a priest that makes the fire department appear, a fed in a Gorilla suit, and how there seems to be a difference between male and female mutilation.
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Penn has a car accident, 50 Shades of Grey replaces the bible, and Penn has a new movie coming out!
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We talk about Weiner, sexting, People Chow, and Banana slugs.,
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CPAP complications,Monkey Tuesday, travel to Mars, surgery to extend your lifeline, and banana slugs.
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Penn teaches Dustin and Matt how to speak in present tense for reality shows, discusses whether Johnny Depp can wrestle 10 turkeys to death, Bacon and Doughnuts, the amazing Pilobolus "dance" show in NYC, and can a turtle tell a great joke?
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The guys talk about Joey Ramone, Zach Braff, and Penn's new TV show, "Camp Stew."
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The 3rd Amendment's first Supreme Court case, a couple of movie reviews, and mustard.
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We talk crazy ants, Paula Deen, the new Atheist monument, and more.
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The gang talks about why Bullshit didn't do shows on Islam or Scientology, and Penn answers some listeners' questions.
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Penn and the gang talk about Penn's crazy ass friend Frank and also discuss father stories. Plus, who has more to hide Penn or Obama?
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