Buddhist monk Paul Pickerl joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss love, drugs, sadness, parents, ways that we relieve our stresses, finding yourself, long lectures, masturbation, just listening, going to job interviews, robes, roommates, happiness, peace, movies, television, letting spirituality be the sole thing fueling your life, handing out literature, sandwiches, and much more. Also, Collin talks about a helpful cab driver. NOTE: There was a weird technical glitch in the interview, and so the last few minutes of it sound like poop. Collin apologizes.
David Franks, middle aged homosexual and comedian, joins Collin in the “studio” to talk about commutes, the nature of time, sexuality, honesty, bad habits, cigarettes, laughing, where anyone comes from, finding yourself, phases, how one thinks about themselves, walking down streets, making nervous phone calls, being politically active, pants, sexuality, and much more! Also, Collin talks about what happened with his butt in Milwaukee.
Chris Sowa and Keith Pasesel, comedians and road trip companions, join Collin in the “studio” to discuss mean things, St Louis, comedy, drugs of various kinds, cures for depression, people who won Oscars in the year since this was recorded, taking out various parts of female anatomy while the cameras roll, people who switch in and out of their sexual orientation, various fast foods, comedians that we all respect deeply, jokes, tragedy, trailer parks, sleep, and more. Also, Collin talks about how he’s kind of an asshole.
Patrick Bertoletti, competitive eater and food truck owner, joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss eating various things, what pooping is like, racist holidays, hipsters, neighborhoods, hanging out with famous people, indulgence, over indulgence, training, VHS tapes, the Guinness book of world records, pizza, pasta, burgers, hybrid foods, laws, culinary school, hydration, and much more! Plus, Collin shares a recipe that will probably end your life.
Laura Hugg, recovering alcoholic and drug addict, joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss substances, addiction, chasing things, going up, going down, calling people, Ohio, towns that Jerry Springer was the mayor of, happiness, sadness, music, ways to intake things, movies, comedy, getting over things, all the steps necessary to get better, laughs, wine, abuse, working doubles, and much more! Also, Collin tells a story about Amsterdam.
David Olson, paranormal investigator and police officer, joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss ghosts, the afterlife, the current life, growing up, different ethnicites of different neighborhoods in Chicago, what happens when we die, gangsters, where David works, being scared of life, embracing death, gun shots, magnets, miracles, ghosts and insane clowns confusing one another, families, and much more. Also, Collin talks about luck and whether or not you should believe in it.
Katie Rife, from the popular website www.everythingisterrible.com, joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss coffee, hipsters, dumb words, intelligence, college, film, building things from scratch, the films of Cameron Crowe, people who don’t deserve to be mentioned among the masters, irony, sincerity, movie theaters VHS, and much more. Also, Collin has OSCAR FEVER!
Brian Johnson, bipolar disorder sufferer, joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss mental illness, hospitals of various kinds, troubles with automobiles, credit scores, talking into microphones, people being mean through out the entirety of your life, school marms, suffering, happiness, sadness, rapid changes, finding peace, medicine, getting better, empathy, love, genitals, and much more. Also, Collin has some distasteful things to say to teenagers who may be suffering.
Zach Lewis, hip hop producer and confirmed Juggalo, joins Collin in the “studio” to discuss different types of gloves, why some things are cold, tea and how great it is, being into things when you’re younger, playing cards, being mocked, bureaus of investigation that extend past the regional level, gathering in the middle of nowhere, the different uses of cold medicines, music, comedy, and much more. Also, Collin is glad to be back and doesn’t want you mocking the Juggalos.