Notable Jokes & Runs
3:13 - Cameron asks Joy what last name she wants to go by on the podcast. Joy tells the story of when she went to get her name legally changed, and how she accidentally almost changed her husband's name.
4:59 - A discussion about Friends, and whether or not it holds up.
5:34 - Eddie wishes he could change his name. They discuss some of the possibilities he could use, and what are and are not acceptable times in your life to change your name.
8:29 - Jeremiah reveals that he used to be called Miah for half of his life.
16:16 - Jesse tells the story of his burrito exploding at an airport gate on his way back home from SXSW.
36:33 - In Case You Missed It: The Simpsons' prediction of Donald Trump as president, the cancellation of Of Kings and Prophets after two episodes, a trailer for Ben Hur, Kanye teaming up with Mumfort & Sons and Ellie Goulding for an album to fight poverty, etc.
51:56 - Jesse provokes a debate about whether or not Weezer is one of the more influential bands to current musicians. This morphs into a discussion about swing dancing and skanking in the '90s.
82:45 - Eddie goes off on a tangent about wanting to obsessively investigate how Bombas does seamless toes. Jesse jokes about him sending letters cut out from magazines.
Notable Guest Moments
85:30 - Introduction to Audrey Assad.
86:01 - Audrey Assad introduces "Even Unto Death".
87:04 - Audrey Assad performs "Even Unto Death".
32:12 - Introduction to Father James Martin.
104:09 - Cameron and Jeremiah talk about Audrey Assad recording in their studios.
105:03 - Audrey Assad introduces "Oh, The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus".
105:55 - Audrey Assad performs "Oh, The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus".
Other Notable Moments
13:08 - Cameron and Jesse recap their trip to Austin for SXSW.
18:33 - More discussion of SXSW, featuring the comedy showcase, worship night, etc.
25:59 - Cameron gives an update on his birthday Charity Water campaign, including Cohen's participation in it.
29:29 - They recap Tyler Perry's The Passion.
35:48 - A discussion of Trump supporters. Joy talks about being mistaken for one in a hardware store.
56:18 - Jesse's slice about a radio station who gave someone concert tickets to every country show in their town for getting a back tattoo of Donald Trump's face.
59:01 - Jesse's second slice, about a British research vessel that was named Boaty McBoatface via popular vote.
62:33 - Joy's slice about Iceland Air offering a Stopover Buddy for anyone who makes a 7 day stopover in the country.
68:21 - Eddie's slice about a Singapore study about what makes a life well-lived, showing that people who live in cities are less happy, and people who live near lots of friends are happier. Ie, the "savannah theory".
72:23 - Jesse's third slice, about studies showing that people have become more anxious over recent history, and that millennials have the highest rate of mass anxiety, due to fewer communal lifestyles. This, and Eddie's slice, leads to an in-depth discussion of meaningful lives and connection with friends and family.
109:11 - Feedback to Question of the Week: "What should be the plot of the upcoming Where’s Waldo: Origins movie?"
115:00 - Discussion of this week's Editorial Question of the Week.
Tagline - "Just uploaded some new pics on Myspace and freshened up the top eight, so check it out. Anyway, I forgot the story I was telling."
Question of the Week
What should Joy name her car?
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