What’s coming up on the Nerdist Podcast Network? Good stuff this week. Like:
We’ve heard from Charlie Day, so now it’s Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton’s turn to visit the Nerdist Podcast and bring us tidings from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Author’s Note: One of my favorites, both because Philadelphia and because it’s uniquely hysterical. Also, they occasionally mention things like Wawa). Mac and Dennis talk about how life has changed for the gang over the ten years of the show, especially as marriage and family have become involved, and how the show is the synthesis of Rob, Glenn, and Charlie’s very different senses of humor. You’ll also get the whole story about how the show made it to TV.
Celebrity physicist and familiar face on British TV Professor Brian Cox will drop by the Nerdist Podcast, and he’s got a friend in tow: none other than Eric Idle. The discussion covers evolution, the likelihood of extraterrestrial life, quantum mechanics… you know, light, easy stuff. But since it’s Brian Cox and Eric Idle, it’s totally entertaining. And Stephen Hawking’s comedic chops are revealed. By the way, Prof. Cox will be in New York, Chicago, L.A., and San Francisco in March, and you’re going to want to see that. And you should revisit Eric’s article for Nerdist about the updated “Galaxy Song,” in which Prof. Cox figures.
You’ll also get to hear the SF Sketchfest edition of the Nerdist Podcast. The topics include New Orleans (with an emphasis on projectile vomiting), Those Darn Millenials, travel, Matt’s bizarre health scare, and a whole buncha Quemments.
There’ll be a lot more, but we’re still frantically taping and scheduling, so frequently go to the Nerdist Podcast Network homepage to listen and subscribe, and also join us at the Nerdist Podcast Network Facebook page. You’ll get all the updates there. It’s gonna be fun.
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