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149: American Vandal season 2

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Release Date: 10/21/2018

172: Perfect Phone Call show art 172: Perfect Phone Call

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It's been about a week since the impeachment acquittal for Donald Trump but we're still thinking about the phone call that kicked the whole thing off. Plus, the return of Who's Ripped This Week. Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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171: Oops! All Cameo Conundrum! show art 171: Oops! All Cameo Conundrum!

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You know that thing when you're home for the holidays watching cable and TNT is randomly playing all the James Bond movies? This is kind of like that. It's a super-sized, best-of-seven round of America's favorite game Cameo Conundrum! We lost our third Christmas episode to technical issues so this one we banged out quick over vacation. Griffin's audio sounds a little weird but hopefully not too bad.

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170: White Christmas (1954) show art 170: White Christmas (1954)

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Griffin thought there were more phone calls in the 1954 holiday classic White Christmas! There are not many, but that's alright, there's still plenty to talk about, including: would you kiss your crush even if you both just ate liverwurst and warm milk? Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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169: Black Christmas (1974) show art 169: Black Christmas (1974)

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We've been infrequent lately, but couldn't let the holidays go by without a few very special Christmas episodes. This week, we're looking at Bob Clark's 1974 proto-slasher gem "Black Christmas," which invented the "the call's coming from inside the house" gag.  Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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168: Ashton Kutcher's phone number show art 168: Ashton Kutcher's phone number

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Look, if we weren't podcast deadbeats we would have done this episode about the Jeremy Renner app. BUT we are so you'll have to settle for this discussion of Ashton Kutcher's new career as a VC, and why he tweeted his phone number. Plus: A new and improved round of "Cameo Conundrum." 

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167: 167: "Spiderwebs"

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On this ep, we're talking about "Spiderwebs" by No Doubt!! Was it rude to screen phone calls? Did you have caller ID? Did you have a ska phase?? Did Blake Shelton have a ska phase??? We attempt to find the answers to all these questions and more. Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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166: Pillow Talk show art 166: Pillow Talk

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For our Mother's Day special (ha), we're honoring Doris Day with a discussion of "Pillow Talk," the 1959 Academy Award winning rom-com she did with Rock Hudson. It's not just about the phone, but a new kind of *phone tech* we haven't encountered yet!! How is that even possible!! Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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165: The OC, season 1, part 2 show art 165: The OC, season 1, part 2

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We're joined again by Carleigh to break down the second half of The OC's remarkable first season! Just how twisted is Oliver? Why does Luke love Julie Cooper? Have you ever been to a Rooney concert? The answers to these questions and more. Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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164: Ariel Pink's 164: Ariel Pink's "Put Your Number In My Phone"

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Indie rock legend Ariel Pink has joined Cameo, so we had to play a very special round of "Cameo Conundrum" before jumping into this week's song: "Put Your Number In My Phone." Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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163: Drake's DMs show art 163: Drake's DMs

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This week, we're discussing the Twitter DMs that Drake screenshotted and then posted on Instagram. Why did he do that?? Why are we doing this?? Two truly unanswerable questions Thanks as always to  for making our theme music and  for the art.

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More Episodes

The Netflix true crime parody/peerless teen drama American Vandal has returned for a new season and folks, this thing's lousy with phones. Spoilers from about 29 minutes on.

Thanks as always to Alex Brodsky for making our theme music and Makenzie Flom for the art.