Nick Ross (AKA Canadian darling @NickBossRoss) joins Allie Goertz and Julia Prescott to talk Das Bus, childhood, and heartbreak.
Adam Wilson (@theleanover, brilliant writer, funny person) chats with the girls about youthful heartache, unrequited affection, and how we're all just a little bit Lisa deep down inside. This one's a good one, guys. We go real deep.
This week we talk Bart's Soul with special guest Myq Kaplan! What a treat.
Samm Levine (Freaks and Geeks, Inglourious Basterds, Kevin Pollack's Chat Show), chats with the girls about an episode near and dear to his heart, given his child actor upbringing. The gang talks terrible Stage Moms, Samm's Dad's unbridled enthusiasm for having an episode of "Law and Order" shot in his house, and his lesson that, "Simpsons Quotes Only Work as Ice Breakers with the Coolest of Women."
There's doin's a transpirin' with DC Pierson (Derrick Comedy, Mystery Team, UCB-er, published author multiple times) who chats with the girls about deep cut references, identifying with Lisa Simpson, and how sometimes in life - you just gotta acknowledge that geode.
Emily Heller (Ground Floor on TBS, Conan, Late Night with Seth Meyers) talks early lessons in feminism, sympathy for Marge and how bad-ass The Simpsons were in demonstrating the okay-ness of a childless lifestyle.
Ben Schwartz (House of Lies, Parks and Rec) leads Allie and Julia through an odyssey of incredibly-nerdy-Simpsons-themed voicemail messages, theories of how the series will end, and how this episode is a perfect parody of Disneyland, Jurassic Park, and even Terminator.
Julia and Allie interview THE FIRST GUEST WHO ACTUALLY WORKED ON THE SIMPSONS, and it's not just any guest IT'S FREAKIN' JOSH WEINSTEIN. This a good one, you guys. Buckle up and get ready for plenty of peeks behind the curtain and show secrets. We're still pinching ourselves.
Nick Wiger (Comedy Bang Bang) spooks Allie and Julia with a discussion on Treehouse of Horror V!
Louis Peitzman (Buzzfeed Senior Editor) engages Allie Goertz and Julia Prescot with his personal connection to The Simpson family's first visit with an openly gay man in Homer's Phobia.
Zack Pearlman (FOX's "Mulaney", "Key and Peele", "The Inbetweeners") enlightens both Allie and Julia on South Park's first Emmy-nominated episode and how the sentence, "Simpsons Did It" has been undoubtedly repeated over and over in writer's rooms worldwide.
J Elvis Weinstein (MST3K, Freaks and Geeks) sets the stage for Allie and Julia on what the world was like when The Simpsons Cheers-centric episode first aired.
Ahoy hoy! In this VERY FIRST EPISODE uber talented Alex Hirsch (creator of Disney XD's, "Gravity Falls") leads Allie and Julia through "Bart's Comet" an episode that he tenderly loves, despite the fact that it gave him a childhood mortality crisis.