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After highlighting the best team in baseball (the Yankees’ Injured List), MB and Eric both lament their faltering fandom as their teams have rough patches. They also step up to the Trading Block to see what it would take for each person to consider trading their home team’s biggest asset. 

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We sat down with Joe and Alex to learn about what brought them to Chicago, their process, and why they think Improv Sux. 

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Former supervillain Dr. Hornet kicks off the *Hornet's Nest* by unveiling the Hornet Manifesto, a list of rules for the show - including a list of songs he will never play.

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Lauren and Eric return for the fourth season of their show with a discussion of the season two premiere of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, plus a little bit of catching up and a little bit of information on what you can look forward to on this latest batch of Progressive of Power!

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An early season home run race and a deep dive into why these baseball boys keep fighting so much. Eric + MB play half an inning of a trivia game with a baseball twist and, for the second straight week, drop in some boy band references.

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Rieman and Sater share their top most interesting bugs they found (digitally); meanwhile, Mike realizes he is terrified of bugs. Can you guess which Mike?

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We sat down with the improv group Strawberry to learn what brought them to Chicago, their process, what brought them together as a team, and why they think Improv Sux.

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A last reflection on the state of current tournament Magic after 2018. Thanks for listening!

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MB drinks in the Red Sox early struggles, possibly due to a World Series Hangover, while Eric wonders if the MLB can pull him out of an NHL-induced sadness. A High + Inside exclusive reveals the musical side of free agent negotiations.