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Everything's Coming Up Podcast!

Allie Goertz & Julia Prescott discuss an episode of the Simpsons each week with their favorite writers and comics!
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Now displaying: October, 2015
Oct 30, 2015

Allie and Julia walk through several favorite TOH moments throughout the years, touching upon some of your favorites and expanding into some of the ones you may have missed. They read your tweets, Facebook posts, and even find spooooooky hidden political messages in the song, "Just Don't Look"! It's a g-g-g-great FEAST for your EARS!

Oct 26, 2015

M'F'IN JON GABRUS (everything funny recently, look it up) chats with Allie and Julia about the infamous Power Sauce episode. In this, they get to the bottom of who REALLY sang "Lisa It's Your Birthday," (hint: not MJ), and how "Gime? What's a gime?" is every boy's favorite Simpsons joke for some reason. Listen to this episode if every food you eat is in bar form! (and even if not!)

Oct 19, 2015

Comedian Paul Jay joins the gals to discuss the STONECUTTERS EPISODE and lay down some truths about egg councils, what makes Steve Guttenberg a star, and the simple poetry of a good hypnotism joke. 

Oct 12, 2015

It's a special PODCAST CROSS-OVER! Kevin T. Porter (Gilmore Guys) joins the girls in talking about the infamous Ned Flanders agro-backstory episode. Together they cover load-bearing posters, mic-dropping rants, and what happens when you do nothing, and NOTHING'S WORKED!

Oct 9, 2015

Here's a special BONUS ON THE ROAD EPISODE from one-half of the ECUP team. Julia chats with local Knoxville comedians Matt Chadourne and Tyler Sonnichsen LIVE from the SunSphere ITSELF and are extremely disappointed at the lack of wig shops.

Oct 5, 2015

Tim Long (longtime Simpsons writer!) joins the gals in a rollicking good discussion that covers the gamut from '70s French New Wave Cinema to Barnaby Jones to security footage shows at Ann Taylor. 

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