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Episode 91: Emmy Blotnick & Gabe Gronli

This week, the ladies start off by introducing the first company brave enough to sponsor You Had To Be There: Audible.com!  Audible hosts a virtually limitless selection of audio books and they currently have a sweet deal going on: if you start a no-fee risk-free month-long trial via audiblepodcast.com/BeThere, you get a no-questions-asked audiobook fer keeps and (as long as you follow that link) YHTBT'll get some coin tossed its way.  So please do that!


Then, after passing judgement on sexy cell phones, celebrity commentators, and TV doctors, Nikki and Sara take you further behind-the-scenes of their in-the-works series by welcoming writers Emmy Blotnick and Gabe Gronli to the podcast.  Their conversation is peppered with embarrassing tales that are hilarious in hindsight, but what it really zeroes in on are infections, everything from your deadly staph to your pesky urinary tract.  The gang eventually talk some figurative pee about good ol' Radiolab, a newfound favorite fruit, a sleek design blog, and former guest Joe DeRosa's Nikki-starring web series We Should Break Up.


And FYI: Sara and Nikki will be taking next week off due to holidays and travel and things, but to help fill the silence you should explore the podcast's back-catalog, check out their new show's MTV and FB pages, and get cracking on that free audiobook we discussed earlier.

Direct download: YHTBT_91_EmmyBlotnickGabeGronli.mp3
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Episode 90: H. Alan Scott

This week the ladies may seem hostile up top, but that’s only because of their air travel woes and rebelling brains.  Sara’s actually been pretty happy lately, having just spent the weekend joyriding around Richmond on a Christmas-house hunt, a family tradition.  Nikki’s known her guest, the comic and writer H. Alan Scott (Twitter, HuffPo), since high school, where they both had their first forays into performance thanks to theater.  After addressing the universal confusion of dick pics and dental dams, H.A.S. reveals what he’s been up to for much of 2012: battling cancer.  He’s had enough time over the months of treatment to rack up some fascinating thoughts on the tedium of the disease and the humanity around him.  However harrowing Scott’s stories get, he always includes something weirdly relatable, like Target's calming therapy or proven strategies for puking.  Talking pee includes shout-outs to an empowering Ted Talk, a tight glasses-maker, and the utterly addicting The John Friedman Internet Program.  This hour's sobering and hilarious, but above all it's great.

Direct download: YHTBT_90_HAlanScott.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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Episode 89: Brian McCann

This week, Sara and Nikki implicate the friends, family, and bullies to blame for all their neuroses and therapy, but the brilliant Brian McCann (Conan) soothes their stress through the Hawaiian healing of ho Ľoponopono.  You may recall from last week's ep that Nikki and Sara landed Brian as the head writer for their little late-night show over at MTV.  As a guest, Brian largely avoids shop talk and instead leads a hilarious discussion on protecting one's castle from every imaginable threat, including intruders, hellhounds, and make-believe fires.  After exploring the board games that drive families apart, Nikki and Sara salvage what starts as a train-wreck of a talking pee segment.  Listen, laugh, and meet the minds behind your future favorite TV show.

Direct download: YHTBT_89_BrianMcCann.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:27pm EDT
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Episode 88: Eric Hutchinson

This week, Sara and Nikki rehash their Thanksgivings and gush about their new staff at MTV, especially the inspired hiring of Brian McCann as head writer.  The ladies discuss celebrity deaths and how to live forever through the magic of sampling before greeting musician Eric Hutchinson on a lighter note.  Their chat then swerves from sitcoms like Liz & Dick to singalongs like the R.E.M. catalog, from a shout-out to a sweet sleep app to advice on surviving stalkers.  Eventually Eric rolls far enough away from the boardroom table to play his misleading hit "Watching You Watch Him" and a cover of a Police classic.  Kick back and enjoy YHTBT's return to the music world.

Direct download: YHTBT_88_EricHutchinson.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:57am EDT
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Episode 87: Molly Tarlov

This week, Sara and Nikki explain how a single sexy scene from American Horror Story can undo a decade of Adam Levine apathy.  Once they've collected themselves, the ladies welcome their guest actress Molly Tarlov to the podcast meeting room.  Molly, who plays Sadie on Awkward, tells her showbiz origin story and leads the discussion from the lows of Twitter trolls to the highs of a JoJo singalong.  The trio winds down by talking some pee about Etsy, former guest Carmen Lynch, and a tale about a trip to the thee-ay-ter that manages to include a Homeland spoiler (you've been warned).  Give thanks for this fun, "flirty" episode. 

Direct download: YHTBT_87_MollyTarlov.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:59pm EDT
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Episode 86: Janeane Garofalo

This week, You Had To Be There's back and broadcasting from an exotic new locale: the snazziest conference room in a certain shiny Manhattan office.  As their audience sips coffee in swivel chairs, Sara and Nikki detail their move from the basement to the boardroom and share the self-image stresses of a recent photo shoot.  Soon the legendary and hilarious Janeane Garofalo swoops into the conversation to save the ladies' lives (prescription: less likes, in speech and on Facebook).  Janeane describes her days here in New York, from her subway altruism to her favorite chocolatier, and explains how she lives with little anxiety despite her troubling Waterworld premonitions.  Get back in the YHTBT habit with this enlightening episode.

Direct download: YHTBT_86_JaneaneGarofalo_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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Episode 85: Dan St. Germain

This week, Nikki considers the pros and cons of her new Manhattan digs and tells a grand story of comedic rebellion that explains why she doesn't get many corporate gigs.  Though this is comedian Dan St. Germain's (John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, My Dumb Friends podcast) first official YHTBT appearance, he was previously the guest on this podcast's only lost episode, locked away in the Disney Vault for being, in Dan's words, "too sad".  The talk this time around starts out kind of dour, too, with tales of epically vindictive exes, but soon morphs into a fun litany of frank sexual histories, including Dan's weird nuts, Sara's minor orgy, and something called "Jeff Dunhamming".  Combat your post-Sandy cabin fever with this great episode (and then check out this recent post from previous guest Gavin McInnes celebrating Nikki's photos from the subways (remember those?)).

Direct download: YHTBT_85_DanStGermain_Bounce.mp3
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Episode 84: Sam Morril

This week, Sara gives a visceral account of her triumphant if unglamorous half-marathon and Nikki connects over the awkward joy of a good leg-pain massage.  The ladies then welcome their guest comedian Sam Morril (@sammorril, Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch") who, like Nikki, is a regular on the Comedy Cellar's storied stage which, for those of you west of the Hudson, means he's makin' it.  The trio spend the episode exchanging war stories of poor audience manners, from innocent post-show snubs to inexcusably proud hecklers, and save just enough time at the end to first damn then forgive Billy Crystal, that jerk and/or saint.

Direct download: YHTBT_84_SamMorril_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:54am EDT
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Episode 83: Rory Scovel

This week, Nikki and Sara toss around contest-caliber costume ideas for Halloween before losing their minds welcoming back to the show comedian Rory Scovel (Conan, @roryscovel).  Rory and the ladies bond over a shared love of yelling at strangers in public, especially in Des Moines, home of the Most Difficult Audience on Earth.  Before long, the discussion focuses on eliminating the BS from relationships and marriage myths, an issue groom-to-be Scovel feels particularly strong about.  The episode ends goofily enough as Rory fails a pop star audition and Sara and Nikki ban a shameful celebrity from their TV show before it's even begun.  Hear, hear!

Direct download: YHTBT_83_RoryScovel_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:02pm EDT
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Episode 82: Jeff Dye

This week, Nikki and Sara are back in Brooklyn and reflecting on their busy September travels.  The ladies recently collaborated with their guest comedian Jeff Dye (Last Comic Standing) on a couple episodes of his insane MTV series Money From Strangers.  Jeff conveys the mind-altering power of playing God on a prank show and Sara and Nikki offer previews of the most absurd situations they controlled during their stint in the MFS van.  The podcast gets healthy as Sara, a newly-minted jock, compares her grueling running regimen with Jeff's torturous LA workouts and Jeff warns the group about the perils of scammer yogis.  Listen 'til the end and you'll discover the dark side of uplifting TV, experience the thrill of gift-giving/getting when Nikki surprises Sara with a wobbly collectable, and learn more about rats than you will from any other podcast this week, guaranteed.

Direct download: YHTBT_82_JeffDye_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:10am EDT
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Episode 81: Nikki DeLoach

This week, Nikki and Sara borrow a studio deep within the Nerdist HQ to bring you more LA updates.  Having recently regained consciousness, Sara explains her humbling near-death experience with a bug.  Then Nikki tells what was going through her mind during her wholly successful Conan set and shares the compliments the host/her hero paid afterward.  In continuing the theme Teen Stars Done Good (see ep. 80), this week's guest is Nikki DeLoach (The All New Mickey Mouse Club, Awkward.)  Nikki was a part of the MMC cast with Spears, Gosling, and Timberlake and lived the 90s fantasy of girl groups, perms, and popstar boyfriends.  After some reminiscing, Nikki details how she broke out of the machine and strove to get herself educated and acclimated to a realer world.  Before long, she reentered the industry with the perspective required to tackle more challenging projects, like her current role as the extremely imperfect mother Lacey on MTV's Awkward.  The episode closes on a very thorough pee-talking session featuring sincere shout-outs to Chris Gethard for his brilliant letter to a troubled fan, Greg Fitzsimmons for his unrivaled podcast, and the fundraisers springing up in Nikki D's hometown to support a girl with cancer.  Dig in.

Direct download: YHTBT_81_NikkiDeLoach_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:09pm EDT
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Episode 80: Rider Strong

This week, Nikki and Sara report from sunny LA where they've been busy killing on Conan, writing for the Creative Arts Emmys, and tackling their first red carpet.  Soon Rider Strong drops in and describes life in the 90s when you're deluged by fan mail.  You may know Rider best as Shawn Hunter from Boy Meets World, but nowadays he's a full-fledged DIY director and a successful one at that: he and his brother are currently developing the feature version of their TriBeCa Film Festival-featured short The Dungeon Master.  Rider explains how and why he worked to break out of an easy typecast rut and transition to a more creative and meaningful career.  The conversation later veers from favorite modern TV to kissing for an audience, but it all just works on this brisk and positive episode.

Direct download: YHTBT_80_RiderStrong_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:00am EDT
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Episode 79: Joe DeRosa

This week, Sara justifies her pricy haircut and Nikki presents their guest, comedian Joe DeRosa (Comedy Central Presents, @joederosacomedy).  Joe's currently putting the finishing touches on his new webseries We Should Break Up, in which he and our very own Nikki Glaser star as a couple who by all accounts should call it quits.  But minutes into the conversation, a twist! -- Joe and Nikki actually dated IRL before tumultuously splitting some time before this calmer collaboration (set to debut in just a few weeks).  What results is not relationship rubbernecking but something much richer: a blunt, relatable rundown of the life cycle of a couple and the logistics of somehow remaining friends afterward.  Get ready, huge range of emotions on this one.

Hey! Also! Bonus!  Nikki was on CONAN!  Watch her set here.

Direct download: YHTBT_79_JoeDeRosa_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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Episode 78: Scott Moran

This week, Sara and Nikki waste no time on chitchat before introducing their storied Renaissance man of a guest: stand-up, visual artist, filmmaker, and boyfriend Scott Moran (@scottmoran9876).  With his already-acclaimed new webseries Modern Comedian, Scott documents the comedy scene by crafting elegant video profiles of other rising comics.  Scott recalls Sara's hilariously aloof introduction to his father and the couple outlines their official opinion of baby talk.  The trio touches on that unique disappointment of fulfilling a dream and finding its outcome underwhelming, and later offers some prescient advice about the Tonight Show's budget woes.  Things start wrapping up with Sara talking pee about web journalist Xeni Jardin and Nikki auditioning for an honorary spot in the Scott-Sara relationship.  Super casual, super funny episode.

Direct download: YHTBT_78_ScottMoran_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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Episode 77: Andy Haynes

This week, Nikki explains the virtual babies in her life and Sara gushes about her new writing job with a familiar award show.  The ladies welcome back comic Andy Haynes (Conan, Modern Comedian) to tackle the napping and nerves brought on by Sara's stress, Nikki's gig-on-a-boat, and Andy's most recent TV set.  Andy recounts a hilarious childhood peeing mishap, which leads to a discussion on the intricate etiquette of easing bodily functions into a relationship.  Finally, this loopy episode ends with Talking Pee, YHTBT's new life-affirming semi-regular segment to keep you in a positive mood until next week's installment.

Direct download: YHTBT_77_AndyHaynes_Bounce.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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Episode 76: Emily Heller

This week, the ladies describe the agony and the ecstasy of handling hecklers, inspired by a recent showdown Nikki won at the Cellar.  Sara recounts a potentially scary exchange from the road that ended the best possible way and invites hilarious comic Emily Heller (John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, Baby Geniuses podcast) to tell a horror story of her own.  Next, the competition for Most Similar to Emily begins: is it Sara, who once played Emily on national television, or Nikki, with whom Emily shares a fun neurological condition/super power?  The trio delve into difficult dating, toxic friendships, and mild sex cults, but close out on a positive note by talking pee (trademark pending) about some of their peers.  So listen up, you might get a brain tingle or two.

Direct download: YHTBT_76_EmilyHeller_Bounce_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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Episode 75: Anya Marina

This week, Nikki and Sara mix things up in a few ways: one, instead of their normal catching up on life at the top of the show, they answer questions from fans. Two, this week's guest is not a comedian, but instead the amazingly talented musician Anya Marina (who also just happens to be very funny). Anya describes her experience being on the "Twilight: New Moon" soundtrack, internet haters, tampons, her journey to Portland and her famous cover of T.I.'s "Whatever You Like." Finally, she plays two songs, one from her album "Felony Flats," and the aforementioned T.I. cover. SO GOOD!

Direct download: YHTBT_075.mp3
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This week, Sara shares a horrifying incident with spit on the subway, and then A.D. Miles (Fallon head writer) joins in for a chat about having a baby in NYC, working on a late night show, ghosts, vodka tampons, and much more.  But best of all, he shares an absolutely HILARIOUS story about moving to New York with Zach Galifianakis. Don't miss this! A very delightful episode, if we do say so ourselves.

Direct download: YHTBT_074.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:02pm EDT
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Episode 73: Louis Katz

Ooooooh boy. This one's a dirty one. As per one fan's request, Sara and Nikki tackle the topic of cunnilingus. Then, hilarious, wonderful man Louis Katz joins in for a detailed, interesting talk about getting off. Do it. (Literally.)

Direct download: YHTBT_073a.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:17am EDT
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Episode 72: Seth Herzog

In this name-droppy (in a good way) episode, Sara and Nikki discuss the Katy Perry 3D movie experience, and then hear a wonderful tale of celebrity hijinks from Fallon warm-up and bit player Seth Herzog, and he recounts a bachelor party gone awkwardly wrong.

Direct download: YHTBT_072a.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:54pm EDT
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Episode 71: Rachel Feinstein

Welcome to Season 2 of "You Had To Be There!" Why is it season 2? Because we said so. And we think it very appropriate that our first guest for Season 2 was ALSO our first guest from Season 1! The wonderful Rachel Feinstein joins us for a discussion about the Daniel Tosh "rape joke" controversy, rape culture, girl-on-girl action, dad's, and more.

Direct download: YHTBT_071.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:32pm EDT
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Episode 70: Dave Hill

Yes! Dave Hill, the awesome comedian and musician behind the "You Had To Be There" theme song, is finally a guest on the show, providing some acoustic songs and hilarious conversation. He and the ladies discuss high school reunions, boobies, Nikki's instagram, and Dave tells one of the CRAZIEST subway stories of all time. This one is so GREAT!

Direct download: YHTBT_070.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:46am EDT
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Episode 69: Jake Plunkett & Matt Fulchiron

Heyyyyyyyy!! This week, Sara and Nikki talk about the making of their pilot with one of its core producers, Jake Plunkett, and then discuss doing the road with comedian Matt Fulchiron (Comedy Central). This one's got self-esteem you guys!

Direct download: YHTBT_069.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:51pm EDT
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Episode 68: Gavin McInnes

This week, Nikki and Sara welcome the hilarious and wild Gavin McInnes (ex-Vice, Street Carnage, TakiMag, Fox News) to discuss jizz, partying after kids, his new book "How to Piss in Public," and more. Get in on this!

Direct download: YHTBT_068.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:29am EDT
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Episode 67: Jermaine Fowler

In this exciting episode, Nikki and Sara can finally speak publicly about their big news! Then, the young and talented Jermaine Fowler shares his big news about "In Living Color," discusses his crazy family, pranking his girlfriend, and much more. Come, celebrate with us!

Direct download: YHTBT_067.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:11pm EDT
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Episode 66: Greg Johnson

On this week's episode, comedian and Twitter aficionado Greg Johnson chats with Nikki and Sara about Michael Keaton, misleading magazine marketing, and covert cross-dressing, plus Sara name-drops her Kickstarter donors over some soothing acoustic arpeggios. It's all great, all of it.  Listen up!

Direct download: YHTBT_066.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:26pm EDT
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Episode 65: Tommy Johnigan

This week, Nikki and Sara discuss Mother's Day, attachment parenting, and more with the supremely funny and nice comedian Tommy Johnigan. Nikki asks Tommy about doing Letterman multiple times and about his hero fantasies. This one is great, because guess what - Tommy is great!

Direct download: YHTBT_065.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:26pm EDT
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Episode 64: Megan Ganz

"Community" writer Megan Ganz joins Sara and Nikki for this delightful episode to discuss obsessive drawings, annoying birthdays, and how to stave off madness during an employment gap.  Sound cool?  Cool cool cool.

Direct download: YHTBT_064.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:31pm EDT
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Episode 63: Andrea Rosen

The infinitely funny Andrea Rosen (Michael & Michael Have Issues, Flight of The Conchords, and much more) dropped by Sara's apartment this week for an in-depth convo with the ladies about sex shops, cereal, dildos, her baby, and marriage. She is the funniest. Check it!

Direct download: YHTBT_063.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:09pm EDT
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Episode 62: Andy Blitz

This week, Nikki and Sara discuss the awful monster known as the house centipede. Then, comedian Andy Blitz (Eagleheart, Late Night with Conan O'Brien) joins in for his first podcast appearance ever! The three talk about pests, ghosts, homeless people, and more.

Direct download: YHTBT_062.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:17pm EDT
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Episode 61: Chris Gethard

Hilarious storyteller and endlessly inventive comedian Chris Gethard joins Nikki and Sara for a convo about his walk to Bonnaroo, that time he almost got raped, and much more. But first, Sara talks about her Kickstarter project and Nikki gives an update on asking a guy out at the Marriott.

Direct download: YHTBT_061.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:14pm EDT
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Episode 60: Michael Showalter

This week, Sara and Nikki welcome Michael Showalter (The StateStella, and much much more) into the fold. Sara and Nikki first discuss their childhood fears, and then Mike joins in for some frank talk about growing up in the streets, boys liking girls, awkward moments with your parents, vacationing in the Hamptons, Top Chef, and The Bachelor. This is a great one!

Direct download: YHTBT_060.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:35pm EDT
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Episode 59: Kurt Braunohler

One of our favorite guests on the show returns, this time with properly working microphones! With Kurt Braunohler, Nikki and Sara discuss his upcoming IFC game show, Bunk!, yeast infections, pink eye, having sex in public, and one of our favorite topics: weird noises and phrases one could / has made or said during sex. Fun!

Direct download: YHTBT_059.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:47am EDT
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Episode 58: Jim Gaffigan

The legend-in-the-making Jim Gaffigan stopped by Sara's apartment (to sit in her "daddy chair") and talk about pranks, A1 sauce, Dr. Pepper, bullying, and what it's like to be a comedian with a family of "normals." Also, Jim's lovely and wise wife Jeannie Gaffigan joins in to tell the story of how they met and more. This one is the best! DO IT!

Direct download: YHTBT_058.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:35am EDT
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Episode 57: Judah Friedlander

This week, The World Champion Judah Friedlander makes himself comfy in Sara's apartment, rifles through her bookshelf and gives Nikki some love advice. He also discusses pizza in St. Louis, the evolution of his persona, his unusual career path, and more. Be a champ yourself and listen to this one! It's one of our favorites.

Direct download: YHTBT_057.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:22am EDT
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Episode 56: Gabe Liedman

We're back in Brooklyn with this lively episode! First, Nikki and Sara give an update on their pilot and Sara describes a recent audition for a movie. Then, the girls welcome the extremely funny Gabe Liedman (Onion News Network, Vh1, Gabe & Jenny) for a lengthy discussion about movies, poop, the depiction of talented "fat" women in the media, and more!

Direct download: YHTBT_56.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:04pm EDT
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Episode 55: Brendon Walsh

Here is another episode taped in Los Angeles! This time, Nikki and Sara recount a gross experience in the greenroom at a comedy club, and then invite the wonderful Brendon Walsh to chat. Sara recounts the embarrassing gaffe she made when first meeting Brendon, and Nikki thanks Brendon for some advice he gave her when she was in college. Then the conversation meanders into Sara's Jesus complex, porn, pranks, and more.

Direct download: YHTBT_055.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:58pm EDT
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Episode 54: Jacqueline Novak

This week, the quirky and delightful Jacqueline Novak sits in with Nikki and Sara to talk about obsessive behaviors, masturbation, and what it's like talking about sexual topics on the podcast and on stage. This one gets deep into the brain y'all. Go there with us.

Direct download: YHTBT_054.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:59pm EDT
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Episode 53: Kyle Kinane

Another show from the road, this time at the home of former Fallon writer-director Michael Blieden in Los Angeles, California! In this episode, Nikki and Sara sit around a table with a couple of friends eating guacamole and talking to the amazingly funny and gentle-hearted Kyle Kinane. Kyle and the ladies discuss Southwest Airlines, gross habits, and more. Again, apologies if the sound is wonky. We'll be back to our normal episodes with Andrew at the helm very soon!

Direct download: YHTBT_053.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:42pm EDT
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Episode 52: Live from Indy with Greg Warren!

**NOTE: We are aware of the audio issues with this one, but it's the best we could get given the venue's technical capabilities. Apologies!** Coming to you live from Crackers Comedy Club in Broad Ripple, Indiana, Sara and Nikki welcome the hilarious and wonderful Greg Warren to the stage. The audience was loving and fun, and the ladies talk about anal beads, vibrators, bridal showers, sex shops, and much more.

Direct download: YHTBT_052.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:53pm EDT
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Episode 51: James Adomian

The man of many voices James Adomian joins Sara and Nikki for a meandering discussion of East Coast v. West Coast, water parks, rainbow chasing, and of course James treats us to impressions of Jesse Ventura, Alex Jones, Lewis Black, Paul F. Tompkins, and more!

Direct download: YHTBT_051.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:16am EDT
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Episode 50: Broad City

We did it! Another 25 episodes! This week, Nikki and Sara describe what it was like to tape their pilot, and have a lively discussion with the ladies of Broad City (Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson). Ilana and Abbi talk about taking their web series to TV, and then the conversation digresses into dating comedians, pedophiles, and more.

Direct download: YHTBT_050.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:16pm EDT
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Episode 49: Gary Gulman

This week, Nikki and Sara sit down with the hilarious Gary Gulman to discuss "dick riding," being (or not being) Jewish, Waldo's evil brother Maldo, comedy, and more! Sara lost her voice so get ready for some husky whispers. By the end, Sara resorts to using a text-to-speech app with hilarious results. RIDE THIS!

Direct download: YHTBT_049.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:56pm EDT
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Episode 48: Sean Patton

Oh boy, this one's a doozy! Sara and Nikki have an indepth conversation with comedian Sean Patton (Conan, Fallon) about the risks of dating a comedian - and the ladies share some harrowing tales. This one is intense, revealing, dirty, and hilarious.

Direct download: YHTBT_048.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:43am EDT
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Episode 47: Nick Vatterott

This week, the brilliant young comedian Nick Vatterott joins Sara and Nikki for a fun discussion that mostly revolves around a YHTBT favorite topic: ridiculous stuff one could say during sex. But first, the girls explain why two episodes were forever lost, and talk a little about their MTV pilot. Get up on this!

Direct download: YHTBT_047.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:26pm EDT
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Episode 46: Tom Shillue

In this chatty episode, Sara and Nikki talk about some interactions with fans, quitting drinking, and what they did for Thanksgiving. Then, comedian and storyteller Tom Shillue joins in for a group talk about living the moderate life, Pauly Shore, Tom's start in comedy, Twitter, and more!

Direct download: YHTBT_046.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:50pm EDT
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