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KATG 2777: Nun of That

with Kenny DeForest – Being respected as a comedian; faking sign language; forced guests on the KATG tour; doctor takes online Spanish test during surgery; rape victims receive illegal bills for rape kits; listener brags about 29 year age gap in his relationship; Libraries renting sheet pans and artwork December 13, 2017

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  • — That Comedy Thing: Kenny DeForest’s friends and family respect him as a comedian thanks to his turn on Late Night with Seth Meyers
  • — Warning Signs: Floridian Derlyn Roberts posed as a sign language interpreter at a press conference announcing a murderer’s arrest. She didn’t really know sign language.
  • — Jesus: Keith and Chemda recount their experiences with some of the terrible local performers that were thrust upon them on the KATG tour, including a woman who dressed up in a nun costume for no apparent reason
  • — Twinkles: Mary Edwards of Westchester, NY is suing Dr. Eric Fishman for taking an online Spanish test on his phone while performing a medical procedure on her
  • — That Comes With It: A Brooklyn hospital has been illegally sending bills to rape victims for their rape kits
  • — A Betting Man: A listener writes in to boast about the 29 year age difference between him and his husband, and he wages that he is the KATG listener with the biggest age gap in their relationship
  • — Cosby Is Patient Zero: Keith praises superhero Hannibal Buress for perhaps being the catalyst for all of the public sexual predatory behavior in Hollywood
  • — Mind Blown: Libraries across the country are renting out sheet pans and artwork as well as books

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Kenny DeForest
Kenny DeForest
Derlyn Roberts not doing sign language
Derlyn Roberts not doing sign language
Nunsense
Nunsense

 Brandon "Gooch" Hahn
Brandon "Gooch" Hahn
Sasheer Zamata
Sasheer Zamata
Hannibal Buress
Hannibal Buress
Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby
Roy Moore
Roy Moore
Al Franken
Al Franken
Library sheet pans
Library sheet pans

KATG 2776: Feeling Good

with Andrea Allan – Racist pedophilic cowboy Roy Moore (barely) loses Senate seat; Omarosa fired from the White House; In Touch magazine to chronical Matt Lauer’s past; Merriam-Webster Dictionary's 2017 Word of the Year: Feminism; your parents’ lines and the sexualization of women in media; Saudi Arabia allows movie theaters; the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees December 13, 2017

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  • — And The Horse You Rode In On: Roy Moore lost his campaign by a very small percentage for a seat in the Senate against Democrat Doug Jones
  • — You’re Fired!: Omarosa Manigault was fired after a year working in the White House, and she’s pretending she’s leaving voluntarily after reaching a full year
  • — Most Touching: In Touch magazine will do a full story on Matt Lauer’s past
  • — What Is It?!: Merriam-Webster Dictionary's 2017 Word of the Year is ‘feminism’
  • — Rated R: Andrea Allan recounts her father’s shocking trick for making her and her friends be quiet during sleepovers. The gang talks about where their parents would draw the line regarding inappropriate movies and art.
  • — Slippery When Wet: The gang talks about the Charlize Theron’s J'adore perfume commercial and the ridiculous way women are sexualized in the media
  • — A Beautiful Piece Of Land: Saudi Arabia has announced that they will allow movie theaters
  • — Class Of 2018: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its newest inductees

Guests

Andrea AllanAndrea Allan

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Andrea Allan
Andrea Allan
Alabama's Doug Jones vs. pedophile cowboy Roy Moore
Alabama's Doug Jones vs. pedophile cowboy Roy Moore

Omarosa Manigault, fired
Omarosa Manigault, fired
Matt Lauer, in happier days
Matt Lauer, in happier days



Intuition
Intuition

The Carl's Jr. commercials
The Carl's Jr. commercials
Bon Jovi
Bon Jovi
The Cars
The Cars
Dire Straits
Dire Straits
The Moody Blues
The Moody Blues
Nina Simone
Nina Simone

KATG 2775: All the Best

with Selena Coppock – Woman regrets EAT ME tattoo; social media trappings; Netflix and Spotify mock you; Stannis Baratheon didn’t understand his role; father of The Walking Dead actor criticizes the show runners by name for killing off his son; The true life Sopranos strip club busted for mob-related racketeering; the Sex in the City tour; Viagra factory fumes making men hard; Dolphins getting themselves high; not family holiday plans December 12, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — Tat’s Too Much: A British woman told reality TV show Tattoo Fixers that her tattoo around her groin that reads EAT ME has been ruining her sex life
  • — Thirstagram: Selena Coppock explains the trappings of social media and Instagram thirst
  • — Netflix and Shame: Netflix and Spotify have new ad campaigns that make fun of people’s viewing and listening habits
  • — Give A Shit: Actor Stephen Dillane admitted in an interview that he didn’t understand the plot of Game of Thrones or his role as Stannis Baratheon
  • — SPOILER: William Riggs, the father of child actor Chandler Riggs, publicly criticized AMC and show-runner Scott Gimple on social media for killing off his son’s character 2 weeks before his 18th birthday
  • — Bada Bing!: The New Jersey strip club featured in The Sopranos has been shut down in real life due to mob-related racketeering charges
  • — Dahhhhling: Selena was a guide on the Sex and the City tour
  • — One Whiff And You’re Stiff: Residents of Irish town Ringaskiddy are claiming that the fumes from a nearby Viagra factory are giving men erections
  • — Pusher Fish: Dolphins are deliberately getting high on puffer fish nerve toxins
  • — Home For The Holidays: The gang discusses their holiday plans

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Selena Coppock
Selena Coppock
The woman with the EAT ME tattoo
The woman with the EAT ME tattoo
"I guess we eat her?" - Doctor
"I guess we eat her?" - Doctor
The cover up
The cover up


Stephen Dillane playing Stannis Baratheon in Game Of Thrones, confused
Stephen Dillane playing Stannis Baratheon in Game Of Thrones, confused
Liam Cunningham playing Davos Seaworth in Game of Thrones, Stephen's helper
Liam Cunningham playing Davos Seaworth in Game of Thrones, Stephen's helper
The new The Walking Dead death
The new The Walking Dead death
Father and son
Father and son
Satin Dolls featured in The Sopranos
Satin Dolls featured in The Sopranos
NOW CLOSING
NOW CLOSING
Get your dances in now, guys!
Get your dances in now, guys!
Sex and the City
Sex and the City
The all of a sudden empty bus
The all of a sudden empty bus
Pufferfish
Pufferfish
Duuudddeeee
Duuudddeeee

KATG 2774: What’s My Name?

with Raanan Hershberg – Ignorance and different times; the value of a name; county fair and jail gigs; changing your name; people thinking you don’t know what they’re saying; the DO NOT RESUSCITATE tattoo controversy December 12, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — A Different Time: Raanan Hershberg explains why older people saying they’re ‘from a different time’ is no excuse for ignorance
  • — The Name Whisperer: Chemda can correctly pronounce Raanan’s name, though his family cannot. And neither can he.
  • — Ron From Kentucky: Raanan recounts performing at an unattended county fair and walking prisoners in a jail
  • — What’s In A Name: Both of Chemda’s brothers changed their names to seem more American. Chemda and Raanan talk about their experiences having foreign names.
  • — Comprende?: A server was speaking Spanish and complaining about Chemda in front of her as if there was no possibility that Chemda could understand her. Chemda understood.
  • — Tattoo Lawyer: The gang reads listener responses to the DO NOT RESUSCITATE tattoo controversy

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Raanan Hershberg
Raanan Hershberg
The Death Tattoo
The Death Tattoo
The band Do Not Resuscitate
The band Do Not Resuscitate
"I guess we poison him?" - Doctor
"I guess we poison him?" - Doctor

KATG 2773: The Silence Breakers

with Amy Miller – Amy’s turbulent family past; Time’s Person of the Year, Al Franken’s resignation, Mario Batali’s multiple assault allegations, and toxic masculinity; Trump names Jerusalem the capital of Israel, starts wars; The Olympics ban Russia, kind of December 11, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — Welcome Back!: Amy Miller, who is a delight, is back in studio
  • — Searching For Daddy: Both the father that raised Amy and her biological father are dead. She is trying to reconnect with extended family on her biological father’s side but everyone is dying.
  • — Call The Bartender: Amy recounts her upbringing with an alcoholic mother in an abusive household
  • — Persons Of The Year: The gang discusses Time’s Person of the Year: The Silence Breakers
  • — Grade On A Curve: Al Franken has resigned from the Senate over 8 sexual assault allegations
  • — The Rotten Root: Chemda explains the role everyone shares regarding toxic masculinity
  • — On Staycation: Mario Batali has stepped down from his TV show and businesses over sexual assault allegations
  • — World Leader: President Trump names Jerusalem the legitimate capital of Israel
  • — Trouble Makers: The International Olympic Committee has banned Russia as a country from participating in the 2018 Winter Games in South Korea because of their past use of illegal performance-enhancing drugs

Guests

Amy MillerAmy Miller

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Amy Miller
Amy Miller

Kesha
Kesha
Al Franken
Al Franken
Mario Batali
Mario Batali

KATG 2772: Glass Half Full

Artie Lange’s police run-in and Hannibal Buress’s intoxication arrest; Keith relapsed; Hennessy’s film Sir!; The Disaster Artist, I, Tonya, and the true life counterparts; the Gold Globe nominees; Quentin Tarantino’s R-rated Star Trek film; listeners happy to let people with DO NOT RESUSCITATE tattoos die December 11, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — Probation From Jokes: Artie Lange tweeted out something nonsensical with a picture of his face looking mangled, so cops showed up at his house, which he laughed off
  • — He’s My Man: Hannibal Buress was arrested Saturday night in Miami on a disorderly intoxication charge after a sassy encounter with the police
  • — How To Be Happy: Keith recounts his relapse
  • — Yes, Virginia: Chemda recounts her weekend in Virginia with Hennessy for the premier and award ceremony for the film Sir!
  • — Your Empathy Is Confusing You: Keith reviews The Disaster Artist and I, Tonya, and he explains the real life dynamics of Tommy Wiseau and Tonya Harding
  • — Didn't We Just Have The Oscars?: The gang discusses the latest Golden Globe nominations and the movies you never saw
  • — BLEEP!: Quentin Tarantino announced that he is going to make an R-rated Star Trek film
  • — This Is Our Last Show: 60% of the listeners believe doctors should have let the man with a DO NOT RESUSCITATE tattoo die because of his tattoo

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Artie Lange's funny tweet
Artie Lange's funny tweet
Hannibal Buress
Hannibal Buress
Hannibal with cops being goofy
Hannibal with cops being goofy
Keith's relief
Keith's relief
Next level
Next level
Chemda and Hennessy at the premier of Sir!
Chemda and Hennessy at the premier of Sir!
Hennessy in Sir!
Hennessy in Sir!
Chemda ready to push it to the limit
Chemda ready to push it to the limit

Tonya Harding and Margot Robbie, BFFs
Tonya Harding and Margot Robbie, BFFs
Her, Tanya and Nancy Kerrigan
Her, Tanya and Nancy Kerrigan
Jeff Gillooly, Tonya Harding's abusive husband
Jeff Gillooly, Tonya Harding's abusive husband

Tommy Wiseau and James Franco, BFFs
Tommy Wiseau and James Franco, BFFs
Tommy Wiseau in The Room (background: green-screened Alcatraz)
Tommy Wiseau in The Room (background: green-screened Alcatraz)

Lady Bird
Lady Bird






Quentin Tarantino
Quentin Tarantino
60% of listeners would send him to his death no questions asked
60% of listeners would send him to his death no questions asked
NYC pipe bomber; Xerxes
NYC pipe bomber; Xerxes

KATG 2771: Sex Ed.

with Carmen Lynch and John Reynolds — Moving in with a pre-made family; The Naked Bathroom Trick; John Oliver vs. Dustin Hoffman and Hoffman’s lurid past; Danny Masterson and Kevin Spacey written out of Netflix’s shows; Bill O’Reilly’s breach of contract in his settled sexual assault suits; Metropolitan Opera director James Levine’s 4th public victim; Carmen and John’s upcoming family Christmas; KATG Polls December 7, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — Go Big And Go Home: Carmen Lynch and her live-in boyfriend John Reynolds are in studio
  • — She Got The Rose: John explains how his last marriage ended, navigating his new relationship with a child, and how he and Carmen dated before he was married
  • — Ta-Da!: John explains his patented The Naked Bathroom Trick
  • — Nobody Told Me 17-Year-Olds Would Be There!: During a panel celebrating the 20th-anniversary of Wag the Dog, John Oliver brought up the recent allegations of sexual harassment to Dustin Hoffman and was met with non-apologies and resistance. The gang discusses the interview and reviews the list of damning allegations against Hoffman by multiple women.
  • — Karma’s A Bitch: Danny Masterson will be written out of Netflix’s comedy The Ranch amid his 4 rape allegations while Kevin Spacey is being written out of House of Cards. Bill O'Reilly is being sued for discrediting female accuser Rachel Bernstein, which violates the non-disparagement clause in their 2002 settlement.
  • — The Victim Count Grows: A 4th male has come forward saying that newly fired Metropolitan Opera director James Levine sexually abused him decades ago when he was a student
  • — Families Ties: Carmen and John are meeting each other's parents this Christmas. Coincidentally, their fathers were in the Navy with one another.
  • — Poll Positions: 86% of the listeners would rather their parents think they are idiots than go to church for the holidays. 88% think A-list actors should not take roles in Woody Allen films. 17% think Andrea’s Abrupt Phone Hang-Up Joke is hilarious. 67% of listeners are on the teacher’s side regarding The Smug Kid and the Cokehead Teacher.

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Carmen Lynch
Carmen Lynch
John Reynolds
John Reynolds
John Oliver vs. Dustin Hoffman
John Oliver vs. Dustin Hoffman
Anna Graham Hunter, one of multiple Hoffman victims
Anna Graham Hunter, one of multiple Hoffman victims
Meryl Streep, also a Hoffman victim
Meryl Streep, also a Hoffman victim
Danny Masterson
Danny Masterson
Kevin Spacey
Kevin Spacey
Bill O'Reilly
Bill O'Reilly
A Fistful of Babies
A Fistful of Babies

Metropolitan Opera ex-director James Levine
Metropolitan Opera ex-director James Levine

KATG 2770: The Oldest Profession

with Wendi Starling and Kaytlin Bailey – Prostitution vs. wage slavery and the fetishes of the wealthy; Billy Bush’s non-apology revisited; drinking problems; Christmas with the ladies; the glitter ban; how to behave in public as a hooker December 6, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — By Hook Or By Crook: Wendi Starling and Kaytlin Bailey of The Oldest Profession podcast are in studio
  • — Gaslighting A Nation: Wendi and Kaytlin give their takes on Billy Bush and his non-apology
  • — Dreadful, Existential Angst: Kaytlin got drunk and applied for multiple international comedy festivals that she can’t afford to travel to. Wendi discusses her non-sobriety.
  • — Wifed Up: Kaytlin is in a serious relationship and is going home for Christmas with her boyfriend. Wendi is dating her sugar daddy.
  • — Diamond Dogs: The ladies talk about the kinky fetishes of the wealthy
  • — A World Of Magic: Scientists are calling for a ban on glitter worldwide because of the environmental impact
  • — Status Signaling: The ladies explain how prostitutes are expected to behave when in public with their clientele

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Wendi and Kaytlin
Wendi and Kaytlin

Wendi's sex slave, sopping up her DNA
Wendi's sex slave, sopping up her DNA
Scientists want it banned
Scientists want it banned

KATG 2769: Talent

With Mike Lawrence – Barkers; Billy Bush’s New York Times article and the Access Hollywood/Donald Trump bus footage revisited; the failing USPS; superhero films; the robot with citizenship wants a baby; doctors don’t resuscitate man with DO NOT RESUSCITATE tattoo; American tourists fined in Thailand for bare-butt selfies December 5, 2017

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Show Notes

  • — Mr. Los Angeles: Mike Lawrence is back in studio while visiting New York
  • — LOL: The gang talks about barkers outside of the worst comedy clubs in NYC
  • — Billy Talent: The gang discusses Billy Bush’s recent statements regarding the notorious leaked tape of him and Donald Trump, and they remind us about Billy’s inappropriate actions and statements that day
  • — We Didn’t See The First 4 Seasons Of Post Office: The USPS is having its 11th consecutive fiscal year in a deficit
  • — Nerd Of Mouth: Mike gives his take on The Superman Mustache Debacle and his opinions on the Avengers: Infinity War, Thor: Ragnarok, and D.C. vs. Marvel
  • — BabyBot: Sophia, the world's first robot citizen, is now saying she wants to have a baby and a family. She also mentioned, supposedly as a joke, that she wants to exterminate the human race.
  • — Not All Who Stamp Were Tramped: Doctors and ethics experts had to debate whether or not to rehabilitate a Miami man in critical condition with a tattoo reading DO NOT RESUSCITATE on his chest
  • — Dummies Gonna Dumb: Joseph and Travis Dasilva, 2 American tourists, were fined for taking bare-butt selfies at a famous temple in Thailand

Guests

Mike LawrenceMike Lawrence

Pictures

Mike Lawrence
Mike Lawrence
Stars and Bars from Tipsy Elves
Stars and Bars from Tipsy Elves


Billy Bush
Billy Bush
"But if you had to pick one of us. Seriously."
"But if you had to pick one of us. Seriously."
Superman's CGI non-mustache
Superman's CGI non-mustache
Stan Lee
Stan Lee
Sophia, the AI robot
Sophia, the AI robot

Elvis's tattoo
Elvis's tattoo
Joseph and Travis Dasilva, American idiots
Joseph and Travis Dasilva, American idiots
representing The U.S.A.
representing The U.S.A.

KATG 2768: Fun Facts

Christmas woes; the latest celebrity sexual predators, including Matt Lauer, Russell Simmons, and A Prairie Home Companion’s Garrison Keillor; sexual predator apologists, including INXS guitarist Kirk Pengilly, Geraldo Rivera, and Kevin Dillon December 4, 2017

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  • — The Grinch That Stole Christmas: Keith is debating whether or not he should spend Christmas with his family because he doesn’t want to go to church
  • — Perv Pool: Keith and Chemda review the details of the recent outings and fake apologies of celebrity predators including Matt Lauer, Russell Simmons, and A Prairie Home Companion’s Garrison Keillor
  • — Perv Apologists: Keith and Chemda discuss the various celebrities who have been defending the aforementioned sexual assaulters including INXS guitarist Kirk Pengilly, Geraldo Rivera, and Kevin Dillon

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Matt Lauer
Matt Lauer
Nancy Alspaugh, Matt's ex-wife
Nancy Alspaugh, Matt's ex-wife
Katie Couric
Katie Couric
Russell Simmons
Russell Simmons
Keri Claussen Khalighi, Russell's rape victim
Keri Claussen Khalighi, Russell's rape victim
Jenny Lumet, Russell's rape victim
Jenny Lumet, Russell's rape victim
A Prarie Home Companion's Garrison Keillor
A Prarie Home Companion's Garrison Keillor
Metropolitan Opera director James Levine
Metropolitan Opera director James Levine
INXS guitarist Kirk Pengilly
INXS guitarist Kirk Pengilly
Jeremy Piven and rape defender Kevin Dillon
Jeremy Piven and rape defender Kevin Dillon
Geraldo Rivera
Geraldo Rivera
Bette Midler
Bette Midler
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