It’s That Episode - Drunken ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 4 Finale with Matt Fisher

Matt Fisher (UCB Theatre) drops by to get drunk on George R.R. Martinis while watching the season four finale of ‘Game of Thrones.’ Matt and Craig discuss every twist and turn in the epic finale and touch on everything from Tywin Lannister’s feces to Hodor’s DJ career. Please send us Baha Men liner notes for $40. **SPOILER ALERT YA’LL**

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It’s That Episode with Seth Reiss

Since Seth Reiss (Late Night with Seth Meyers, @mattalbie60) was last on the podcast, he wrote the definitive oral history of “Studio 60.” Now he’s back to passionately break down the inner-workings of Studio 60, discuss being the head writer of The Onion during the paper’s first ever apology, and tells us where Matt Albie will be in ten years.

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Staten Island Comedy Show finale featuring background cameo by me, @merylrowin and @jimsantangeli. Best night of our lives.

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Star Stuff, Ooh Yeah.

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Star Stuff, Ooh Yeah.

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Hey, improv nerds. There’s a moment on a Beach Boys box set where Brian Wilson references Del Close before recording a version of “Hang on to Your Ego” during the Pet Sounds sessions. Here it is.

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It’s That Episode Podcast - Anthony King/Kitchen Nightmares - Capri

Anthony King (Broad City, Playing House) brings over an episode of “Kitchen Nightmare” featuring two crying twins who look like meatballs. Anthony tells of his visit to the restaurant featured in the episode, discusses why it’s so strange to watch a grown man cry and talks about his favorite Spanish word that he learned in high school.

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Eliot Glazer’s new show “Mashterpiece Theater” is tonight and the poster was made by Meryl Rowin. Cool, right?

Eliot Glazer’s new show “Mashterpiece Theater” is tonight and the poster was made by Meryl Rowin. Cool, right?

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It’s That Episode with Eddie Pepitone
Eddie Pepitone (The Bitter Buddha) joins Craig to watch the series finale of “All in the Family. Eddie and Craig watch while incorrectly assuming that Edith will die. Eddie tries to figure out why Carroll O’Connor did a spin-off and complains about bad New York accents.
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It’s That Episode with Eddie Pepitone

Eddie Pepitone (The Bitter Buddha) joins Craig to watch the series finale of “All in the Family. Eddie and Craig watch while incorrectly assuming that Edith will die. Eddie tries to figure out why Carroll O’Connor did a spin-off and complains about bad New York accents.

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I guess that’s why they call him Arnold SHORTSenegger.

I guess that’s why they call him Arnold SHORTSenegger.

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Canadian High Schoolers performing Dog Fleet.

Canadian High Schoolers performing Dog Fleet.

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Two years ago Rory Panagatopulous and I put up a show called “Dog Fleet” at the UCB Theatre in NYC. It’s about crime fighting dogs from outer space, who have to fart in order to save the U.S. from an alien-wasp-president, named President Waspington.

We are very excited to announce that next week it will be performed by high school students in Canada (Click here for info). Good luck Oxbow Prairie Horizons School students! Watch a full video of the original show with Jim Santangeli, Birch Harms, Sue Galloway, Neil W. Casey and Rob Lathan, directed by Mitch Magee right here: http://vimeo.com/44002833

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It’s That Episode: Jill Donnelly watches vintage ‘Antiques Roadshow’

Jill Donnelly (UCB Theatre, The Moth) invites Craig over, makes some dinner and watches a vintage episode of “Antiques Roadshow” — are you enticed? Jill and Craig put guns to each other’s heads to find out what they should collect and debate whether or not they are sub-human.

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It’s That Episode: Thomas Middleditch watches ‘Through the Wormhole’

Thomas Middleditch (HBO’s Silicon Valley) is a gentleman and a dandy who chose to watch the Morgan Freeman narrated ‘Through the Wormhole.’ Thomas and Craig talk God, the create-tor, brain helmets and computer universes. And, of course, Matt Mira makes a cameo to drop some Turok: The Dinosaur Hunter knowledge.

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Check out this sketch that Chris Kula and I wrote for Will Ferrell on @midnight. Also, brush your frickin’ teeth, your breathy is stanky.

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