Episode Archive: MBSing

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This is a v. exclusive MBSing first: a podcast crossover episode! The first half is The Bearded Ones podcast hosted by my dear friends hailing from Greenville, South Carolina, Evan Harris and Jason Underwood. I tell them one of my most embarrassing performance stories that happened a few weeks ago, a tale about Clark Gregg's actor's nightmare, and an assortment of other fun things.

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Open your ears for the first music episode, nerds.  I sat down for a chitty-chat with friend and improv teammate Nick Johnson to discuss his favorite band, NOFX.  He's got a deep love for these guys, and it was really fun to unpack why.  Turns out Nick has been incredibly musically and artistically influenced by NOFX, and I think it shows in the best way.

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Get all up into this honest, funny conversation with my friend Megan Brennan, people!  Her older brother is mentally challenged, so she has an incredibly unique window into understanding the challenges and joys of what that brings to someone's life and the life of his or her family.

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This podcast thing is still happening, and this week it happened in the form of a chat with my friend Matt Visconage about his love of action figures and, more specifically, Hasbro's Mighty Muggs line.

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More MBSing for your ear holes!  Listen to Whitney Golden and me discuss her favorite decade:  The 1980s!  The music, the movies, and the jean jackets... you name it, we gabbed about it.  Blondie would've wanted you to listen!

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I've wanted to start a podcast with this title since September.  I used an Amazon gift card that I got for Christmas to buy a decent podcasting microphone. I finally recorded an episode. Listen. Comment. Share. Volunteer to be a guest (seriously).

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Set aside those turkey carving knives and pick up your wooden stakes: It's time to chat about Buffy. This episode has some INCREDIBLE moments of truth about passion and friendship surrounding fandom that I absolutely adore and don't make a point to hide my adoration.

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Jeremy came on the show to discuss a unique but totally applicable and interesting topic, and I can't believe the ways teaching himself various skills and hobbies has changed his life. One of my favorite pull quotes from this episode is,"you don't have to be unhappy with something just because it's present."