Today We Learned






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Animal rights activist and actress Kristen Renton (Sons of Anarchy) joins the guys in studio to answer more of life's burning question. This week, find out how Nazis are responsible for the Olympic torch, the history of Fruit Roll-ups, and more weird factoids about the Eiffel tower than you ever cared to know!

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Get out of the van and play this episode because Henry Rollins (Black Flag, Rollins Band, Legend of Korra) joins the guys in studio for a wide-ranging conversation about pretty much everything under the sun. From tales of self-injecting with cobra venom to the right way to eat dog food to the mysterious connection between the Pillsbury Doughboy and Green Lantern, no stone is left unturned in this episode.

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Where do Skittles come from? What animal worked professionally for the South African railroad? What is Batman's connection to Australia? Razzle and Dan head to Stoopid Buddy Stoodios to sit down with Seth Green (Robot ChickenFamily GuyBuffy the Vampire Slayer) and find out the answer to life's burning questions. Oh and they talk about Batman an awful lot. Like a lot.

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Facts on facts on facts! Comedian Brady Matthews (J. Edgar, Femme Fatales) swings by the studio to help Dan and Razzle answer some of life's great questions. What's the fastest way to get the right answer to your question on the Internet? How much does it cost to clean the Chicago Bean? What're the secret origins of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are? Tune in and find out the answer to all of these and more!

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Dan went missing this week, so rather than send out a search party, Razzle recruited Zane Grant (Mystic Party Podcast) to fill in as guest host. It's a good thing he did because today's guest, actor/director Jay Duplass (HBO's TogethernessJeff Who Lives at Home, Amazon's Transparent), has a strict 2 host or more minimum. In today's episode, they guys talk about how O.J. Simpson almost played the Terminator, why you can't find any pepperoni in Italy, why Volkswagen might be the secret Illuminati of luxury cars, and much more.

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The Spicer must flow, so we invited the hilarious Christian Spicer (What's New with Christian SpicerDLC, Sketchmelt, UCB) to join us in studio to answer life's hard-hitting questions. What is the Abilene Paradox? How many pounds of avocado does Chipotle use each day? Why do we sing Take Me Out to the Ball Game during the baseball games? Tune in and find out!

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Get ready for a fact attack as Omar Dorsey (Ray Donovan, Selma) joins the guys in studio to talk about the Gold Rush of 1849, the origins of the Slurpee, the worst snow storms ever to hit Atlanta, and much more!

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On our 1-year anniversary episode, the guys are joined by Khail Anonymous (Nerd Bait, Twitch) and Cameron Jebo (Power Rangers Super Megaforce) to talk about the delicious origins of Marvel's Red Skull, the difference between disks and discs, the secret of the ooze behind the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song, and much more.

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Brea Grant (Mystic Party Podcast, Heroes, Dexter) joins the guys in the studio to drop some serious knowledge about the weird history of cotton candy, the weight of clouds, what the hell globsters are, the worst tragedy ever to befall a French monkey, and much more.


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It's our fiftieth episode, so we're asking the tough questions. Namely, what the hell constitutes a smorgasbord? How many aircraft carriers are there in the world? What black spreadable paste drives Australians crazy? Comedian Dave Waite (Hotdoggin', Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Last Comic Standing) joins the guys in studio to get to the bottom of these burning questions and much more.

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