As part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network's New Year's Eve event, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle did a live show at the Single Carrot Theater in Baltimore. We bring the audio from that live event to you this week.
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The duo has a spoiler-free discussion on Rogue One, including where they rank it in the overall Star Wars oeuvre. They also talk about the lucky woman who got Snoop Dogg as her Secret Santa, South Carolina's ban on porn and Harrison Ford punching people.
Before you watch Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, rewatch the video that reinvigorated the Star Wars franchise.
Joel Murphy challenges Lars Periwinkle to a new game he created called "Spot the Peter." The game uses actual quotes from Peter Travers'Rolling Stone review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Lars has to guess which ridiculous quotes came from Travers and which ones Joel made
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about "Rube Goldberg killing movies," Westworld (without getting into spoilers) and Joel's first foray into a Hollywood red carpet premiere.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle cover a wide range of topics this week, including the most recent 2016 celebrity deaths, men's facial hair, Gilmore Girls, TV shows with planned endings, Doctor Who and GMOs.
Lars Periwinkle gets a long-awaited letter from People magazine, Joel Murphy learns how to be an adult and they both announce plans for a live podcast recording. They also discuss the recent revelation that Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford hooked up on the set of Star Wars
Joel and Lars talk about a wide range of subjects, including Lars' gay thoughts, the mysterious strangers that helped both of them recently, Joel's middle school infatuation with Andrew Lloyd Webber's maligned New Starlight Express and a magical room full of puppies.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle dive into Joel's new world of luxury and intrigue. They also talk about Lars' new dog, Michael Douglas' obsession with HPV-related cancers and their favorite film composers.
Joel Murphy sat down with Pete Holmes in his home to talk about his early days as a performer, his classic College Humor Batman sketches, his upcoming HBO projects and the state of modern comedy.