Episode 86: Show Me Nothingness
Pete Holmes is the host of the fantastic podcast 'You Made It Weird'. Shane owes many of his fans to his appearances on his show. Pete has combined spirituality and comedy like no one else. If you have not seen Pete's show 'Crashing' on HBO, it is absolutely amazing! Always fun to talk about comedy, philosophy, wild stories, and pee-holes with ole Petey Boy. If you ever get a chance to see Pete live, he is one of the very best in the business https://peteholmes.com/
Episode 85: Tales from an Animator
Today I'm hanging out with the incredibly talented and funny animator behind Tales from the Trip! Grant shares his story of how he got started with art, growing up in an isolated environment, and how Tales from the Trip was born.
Episode 84: Mind Under Myq
Myq Kaplan joins Minds Under Matter to talk all about love! Myq is Shane’s oldest friend in comedy joins the show to talk about love of career, friends, and significant others. Listen in to hear two old friends have fun philosophical conversations about life. You check out all of his stand up on https://myqkaplan.com
Episode 83: Grandmas
The Offsprung Boys of Comedy reflect on some of the generational and regional anomalies between humans and most other life on the planet. We're one of the few species that care for our children's children, even after we are unable to reproduce. We discuss some of our own relationships with our grandmothers and share some fun memories. Watch The OBC™ on YT or Spotify or listen wherever you podcast to get the answers to life’s most important questions.
Episode 82: Time Meowchine
The Catnip Boys of Comedy™ explore the evolution of (lack of) domestic of our toxoplasmic friends. Most domesticated animals have been drastically shaped by humans. Livestock has been bred to our tastes. We selected the best horses and donkeys to lug us around. Humans domesticated wolves into hundreds of unrecognizable dogs with looks, traits, and personalities to suit our specific preferences. Yet, in the thousands of years that cats have lived with humans, they have stubbornly remained unchanged. Cats are independent creatures who seem to be able to take or leave us. It seems we may need them more than...