Today We Learned

Who is James Bond named for? What in the world is snipe hunting? Where did the Magic 8-Ball come from? Reply hazy, try again later. In the meantime, Razzle sits down with Brickleberry creators Roger Black and Waco O'Guin at San Diego Comic-Con to search for the answers to all of these and more.

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Comedian Kirk Fox (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Parks and Recreation) and writer Rhett Reese (Zombieland, G.I. Joe: Retaliation) join the guys on their never ending quest for knowledge!

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How long can a chicken live without its head? What's the dark secret behind Domino's mascot, The Noid? How do pronounce "Knudsen?" Comedian Matt Knudsen (American, Big Love, Grabbing Lunch) joins the guys in studio to try and suss out the answers to all of these and more.

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You've had a long week. You deserve a BONUS episode of Today We Learned, so Razzle sat down with Shane Nickerson (MTV'sRidiculousness, Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory) and returning guest Andy Kozel to talk about the World Cup, the origins of Johnnie Walker, the most unexpected hockey goalie ever, and more.

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Razzle's plane was shot down somewhere over the South Pacific, so guest host Clarke Wolfe (The Bloodcast, Nerdist) joins Dan in studio to talk with comedian Steve Byrne (Sullivan & Son, Champion) about opening for Mariah Carey on tour, the origins of the phrase "balls to the wall", why pilots shout "Mayday!" when they're in danger, and much more.

 

 
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