Quit It Podcast

Quit It

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A preview of Brian's new/old show AMATEUR SCIENTIST.
Dave Horwitz stops by to talk about he wishes he could quit swooning over other people's dogs. Plus, we get into emotional destruction, Lake Wobegon, butler hours, and infinite earths.
Joe Saunders stops by to talk about how he wishes people would quit bragging on social media. Plus, we get into the track record of Star Wars, human tragedies, and why Roseanne wears gloves.
Author Jon Ronson stops by to consider whether pop cultural lynch mobs should quit being so zealous. Plus, we dive deep into a millionaire's magic goldmine, lament gala fundraisers, and revel in nebbishness.
Comedian Matt Braunger stops by to talk about how he wishes people would quit being such jerks on the internet. Plus, we talk about his sweet Evel Knievel helmet, and we pay tribute to hometowns and departed friends.
For our 50th episode, favorite guest Judith Shelton stops by to talk about how she wishes people would quit going on and on about how blessed they are. Plus, we get into the virtues of manners, piano rooms, and dressing like a schoolboy. And if that weren't enough, there's even a special Kraft Cheese Crumbles-sponsored congressional opinion poll.
Comedian Fred Stoller stops by to talk about how he wishes he could quit seeking validation from other people. Plus, we get into the nitty gritty tell-all aspects of his new book, which is decidedly not a tell-all. And we hear from famed genius Stephen Hawking.
Vanessa Ragland of "Pop My Culture" stops by to urge people not to pretend they've discovered everything they just happen to notice. Plus, we talk about the harshness of the death penalty, the hubris of litterers, and we hear from a listener who may or may not be responsible for killing millions of bees.
Comedian and writer Colton Dunn from "Key & Peele" wishes he could quit mainlining MSNBC, since he's not sure he's getting a well-rounded news-ucation. Plus, we put a stop to presidential myths by spreading some truth about our greatest leaders and the origins of their stupid nicknames. This episode is brought to you by Squarespace, the best website creation platform on earth.
At our first live show in Los Angeles, some of our best friends share stories, jokes, and puppet-based dialogs about the things they wish would quit. Featuring James Urbaniak, Judith Shelton, Todd Levin, and music by Allison Goertz. Never has an evening been more magical.
Author Mary Roach stops by to talk about what you can determine by the liquids that escape your kids. Also, tequila tingles. And how to boss around your food.
Legendary radio host Phil Hendrie stops by to talk about how people should quit resisting the slow creep of idiocy. Also, his elephantine penis. And interplanetary whites.
Jeremy Smith (Mr. Beaks from Ain't it Cool News) stops by to talk about the tragedy of Tom Hooper's Les Miserables. What makes good movies good and bad movies so terribly bad? In this very detailed, very dorky discussion, we figure out the definition of "prestige picture" and speculate on the awards season gangster methods of The Weinstein Company.
Jason Sims of the podcast "Jason Sims Puts You in Your Place" stops by to talk about how he wishes life would quit being so complicated. Plus, we dive into the mysteries of Huntsville, Alabama, and we get to the bottom of denim skirts.
Matt Gourley of SuperEgo stops by to urge people to quit believing in the ancient bullshit of astrology. Plus, we uncover the greatest Bond movie line of all time. And we sing the praises of such exquisite joys as The Twilight Zone and cleaning your ears with a Q-tip.
Mark McConville from Superego stops by to talk about how people should quit sucking strangers into the private world of their electronic communications. Also, the ins and outs of mispronunciations. And being non-confrontational.
Eva Anderson from IFC's "Comedy Bang Bang" stops by to talk about how she wishes people would quit yacking on the phone in front of God and everybody. Plus, we talk about competitive baking, antagonistic hobby shops, and Art Bell. And James Honeycutt from Netflix stops by with some Halloween movie picks.
In this special episode, enjoy a deleted conversation from this year's Tom Scharpling episode where we talk "The Who Sell Out", selling outs, and sellouts.
Comedian Katie Crown stops by to talk about how she wishes the Fukushima nuclear plant should quit spitting its radiation all over the place. Plus, we get into important topics like identity theft, the weather, magicians, and Ethan Hawke's accent.
Rebecca Watson stops by to talk about proper hair hygiene. Plus, we learn everything there is to know about snowy winters, Bronies and their ilk, sand showers, and human/kangaroo hybrids.
Comedy legend Sally Struthers stops by to talk about how she wishes gossip vultures would quit feeding on the hardships of others. Plus, we geek out about "Gilmore Girls", explore the soundtrack to "Rosemary's Baby", and enjoy a quick visit from Sam Elliott.
Writer and comedian Lee Rubenstein stops by to talk about how he wishes people would quit telling him to get off his phone and become the same kind of obnoxious extrovert they are. Plus, we finally get to the bottom of which geek icon is better: Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett? And in a bit of sponsored content, evil companies Maxim Magazine and BuzzFeed team up to bring us the top 7 celebrity butterfaces.
Comedian Hasan Minhaj stops by to talk about how he wishes he could quit paying attention to assholes on the internet. Plus, we come up with new fashion ideas for our nation's stoners. And we receive some professional housekeeping tips from dead people.
Tom Scharpling from "The Best Show on WFMU" stops by to talk about how he wishes he could quit spending so much time and energy on the things that aren't earning him a living. Plus, we talk to actor Nicolas Cage about his fear of predators.
Comedian and "Conan" writer Todd Levin stops by to suggest maybe the entire comedy industry should take a year off to find itself. Plus, we get to the bottom of adult book store "arcades", fast food hash browns, and homeless celebrities.
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Podcast Details
Started
Apr 12th, 2012
Latest Episode
Dec 18th, 2015
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
65

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