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Coming Up This Week on the Nerdist Podcast Network: David Cross, Paul Williams, Pauly Shore and more…

Coming Up This Week on the Nerdist Podcast Network: David Cross, Paul Williams, Pauly Shore and more…

Are you ready for some podcasts?

Sure, you might be thinking about football today (or what you’re going to do that isn’t football-related while the Super Bowl’s on), but while you do that, the Nerdist Podcast Network is hard at work coming up with great shows for the coming week. (Except me. I’m gonna watch the game. But then it’s all podcasts.)

Like David Cross on the Nerdist Podcast. Yes, there’s more talk about the possible return of Mr. Show, and about his new movie Hits and its unusual release and marketing. Pancakes may be involved.

Paul Williams returns to the Nerdist Podcast with a friend in tow, Tracey Jackson, with whom he’s written a new book, “Gratitude and Trust.” It’s an interesting talk about recovery and spirituality. Plus, it has the worst “meet cute” story ever, meaning it’s a “meet not-at-all-cute” story.

And Pauly Shore is on the Nerdist Podcast to discuss being “The Wea-sel” and tell stories about all the comedy greats that passed through The Comedy Store. Yes, Chris and Pauly bond over being MTV alumni. Plus, Biodome. And his more recent movies, including the documentary Pauly Shore Stands Alone, now on Showtime,

Actors Jocko Sims and Dave Coleman are the guests on the cavalcade of facts that is Today We Learned, and the Nerdist Writers Panel has a panel of TV executives to talk about the development process.

And lots more, but I have no idea what’s gonna be ready this week, so you’ll just hafta go to the Nerdist Podcast Network homepage to listen and subscribe, and also join us at the Nerdist Podcast Network Facebook page. Good things will be there for you. Now, what time’s kickoff?

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