The JV Club The JV Club #107: Joselyn Hughes Posted by Katie Levine on May 1, 2014 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email It’s Episode 107 with comedian Joselyn Hughes (of the Nerdist Channel’s DIY Dammit)! First up: hair, hair hair. Plus: 311! Everclear! No Doubt! And later… a deeper dive… into snorkeling. Tags Janet Varney, joselyn hughes, jv club Related Posts What's New What's Trending The Jonah Keri Podcast : Adam Cayton-Holland podcast Pro You : PYP One Year Anniversary Special: Daniel-Son's unexpected return podcast THE 100's Michael Beach Doesn't Care if You Love or Hate Pike article Zoom Prepares to Unmask in New THE FLASH Trailer article Craig Ferguson’s Back, Jeff Probst Survives, YNB On TWL: Upcoming Podcasts article These FALLOUT 4 Valentine's Day Cards Will Upgrade Your Love Life article Artists Re-Imagine STAR WARS in Some Spectacular Ways article We’re Deep-Diving Into the New GAME OF THRONES Photos video New BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Movie in Development at Universal article Comments Amy says: May 2, 2014 at 12:17 pm I had an identity crisis when my hair grew out and was suddenly too heavy for those little vintage goody clips. I had worn one everyday for years. I turned to the braid and never looked back. The best way to learn a new braid is to sit in your bathroom sink (so you’re super close to the mirror) turn on a podcast and practice until you want to cry. Once you get the french braid down, you can move onto the waterfall braid, which is a personal favorite. Also- is that youtube sensation Beanz Hart in the picture with Joselyn? Sheren says: May 1, 2014 at 10:02 pm Yay for another Chicagoan, it’s so awesome to hear this conversation especially since I go to school at UIC currently! Everything you were talking about is pretty accurate and its good to acknowledge the giant flaw that is violence in the city.I really want to visit San Francisco especially if its like Chicago (will remember to not call it ‘Frisco). Great episode! PJ says: May 1, 2014 at 7:19 pm Well, talk about unfortunate coincidence with “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”. RIP Bob Hoskins. But the podcast is delightful as always. PJ says: May 8, 2014 at 6:32 am Test comment to myself due to redesign.