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This week, Nikki and Sara welcome comedian Kurt Braunohler and musician Justin Keller (Land of Leland). Sara talks about a new tattoo, and Nikki reveals a story about a piercing she once had. Then, Kurt Braunohler steps in for a hilarious conversation about the weirdest/funniest things people could say when they orgasm, the worst post-sex behaviors, and Missed Connections. Finally, Sara and Nikki embarrass the hell out of their musical guest, the dreamy Justin Keller. He closes with two really amazing songs (including audience backup singing!). [Editor's note: for this episode we experienced some technical difficulties; but it still turned out pretty great - we're sorry that Kurt's mic is not loud enough! We're fixing it for future episodes!]

Direct download: YHTBT_006.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:44 PM
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Best episode yet? Comedian Rory Scovel (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central) and musician Dima Drjuchin (Corrupt Autopilot) join Nikki, Sara, and a small gathering of friends for deep(ly disturbing) conversation, beers, and music. First, Sara and Nikki discuss New Year's resolutions, Sara performs a song, and Nikki tells the story of a friend with unique anatomy. Then Rory joins in to talk about recording John Oliver's Stand-Up Special, going to strip clubs, and his own New Year's resolutions. Dima Drjuchin wowed us with his stripped down songs, and discussed ghosts and night terrors. All in all, this episode is the tops.

Direct download: YHTBT_005.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:32 PM
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In episode 4, Nikki and Sara welcome the hilarious Brent Sullivan and the supremely talented singer-songwriter, Adrien Reju. Nikki confesses to once being a shoplifter, while Sara describes her crazy Christmas gift-making. When Brent joins them, the conversation turns to his show Fag Life, guilty pleasures (including something called "mirror drinking"), awkward dirty talk, and trying to impress attractive strangers. Then, the lovely Adrien Reju shows off two brand new songs.

Direct download: YHTBT_004.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:27 PM
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In this episode, Nikki & Sara talk about what they did for Thanksgiving, a strange gig Sara got writing for a billionaire, and Nikki's run-in with some perverts on the train. Comedian Sean O'Connor then joined them to talk about his appearance on Tyra, the reasons he stopped drinking, and more. Musician Zach Williams performed two amazing songs, accompanied by violinist Elizabeth Davis!

Direct download: YHTBT_003.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:19 PM
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On our second episode, Nikki & Sara welcome comedian Nick Turner and musician Rachel Zylstra. Nikki and Sara discuss celebrity run-ins, Lifetime Movie Network, foot massages and more. Sara and Nick reminisce about their hometown and their beginnings in comedy in New York together. Then, the group discusses the a certain sexual position and dating people that are wildly younger/older. Finally, Rachel Zylstra sings two adorable songs. All in all, you'll learn something about comedy, your body, and life.

Direct download: YHTBT_002.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:05 PM
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It's the debut episode of You Had To Be There! Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer welcome comedian Rachel Feinstein and musician Tanner Walle into Sara's Brooklyn apartment, along with a small and loving audience of (most likely drunk) friends. The ladies discuss what it's like working the road, Rachel's mom's reaction to her success, Food Network, fan collages, and more. Then, Tanner Walle woos us with two great songs.

Direct download: YHTBT_001.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:22 PM
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