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The JV Club #96: Caitlin Gill
Episode 96: The JV Club
Caitlin Gill
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The JV Club #96: Caitlin Gill

One of the Bay Area’s shiniest stars, comedian and writer Caitlin Gill, takes a break from her 7,000 Sketchfest appearances to hang out in Janet’s hotel room and jaw about buffaloes, Murphy Brown, and livin’ tall in Episode 96, as we draw ever closer to the threat of Episode 100.

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  1. Rob S. says:

    I was hit by a car at age 5. I was in a coma for 3 days. In the Hospital for almost 3 weeks. I had to relearn how to talk, walk, and read. A rumor was started that I was hit by an ice cream truck. EVERYONE believed it.Students, teachers, parents. People would yell “ding, ding, ding” when they saw me.

  2. Andrew F. says:

    Haha! It’s funny how almost every pod-cast has weed mentioned in it.

  3. Kasey_00 says:

    Caitlin has been one of my most favor interviews on here. I love her sincerity and her outlook on life. We have to be reasonable when we set goals for ourselves, especially when it comes to our appearance. We cant all have the goal to look like the girls in the magazines, because lets face it %95 of us dont. As long as we are healthy and comfortable with ourselves that is the first step in happiness and acceptance.

  4. Joseph Young says:

    :) I’m glad I’m always good for a giggle.

    ~J

  5. GuanoLad says:

    Suggestions for episode No.100, some more accessible than others:

    Tina Fey
    Amy Poehler
    Mindy Kaling
    Yvonne Strahovski
    Karen Gillan
    Elizabeth Banks
    Ellen DeGeneres
    Jennifer Lawrence

  6. PJ says:

    Thanks for shouting me out twice. Th…, well I’ll finish that one later, for starting to tell the Schtroumpf story.

    And, yeah, you don’t realize how well your body works until you break something. Like all those little muscles in your feet make a huge difference in being able to walk normally, and how limited one’s (basic, everyday) activities become when you can’t walk without crutches.

    Also, pretty much anything is better than a bag of peanuts. Even a kick in the nuts (pun unintended). At least I’d survive the latter.

  7. Alec says:

    I use podcasts the way Caitlin uses MST3K, but then when something really engaging comes along, I have to stop and rewind, then rewind again because now it’s the work that’s distracting me from the podcast. Thanks a LOT, interesting people!