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Penn and Matt discuss gays rights and free speech with ‘Kindly Inquisitors’ author Jonathan Rauch.Penn has more issues with popular music lyrics and a major beef with the FDA. Ed comes on to chat about cancer and heart disease from the frontier of modern medicine.
Penn & the crew discuss the November 13 terrorist attacks in France, then talk to the Desert Bus For Hope charity at Fuhrman’s facts, & Penn runs out of gas in his electric car. Phil Robertson defends atheism accidentally; Indiana revives the gay cake argument for free speech; Penn’s New York Times article about electing an atheist president; & a congregation member loses his job for listening to Penn’s Sunday School.Lay some jingle on Stephanie Guttormson to defend against a SLAPP lawsuit: Matt’s got a new kid. The arrow of freedom flies in more than one direction. Appearances on Larry Wilmore, at SF Sketchfest & at an 80’s Father/Daughter dance are all addressed as well. Penn looks back on his days in the Toss-Ups, a pre-Penn & Teller punk rock juggling group.Penn examines the New York Times article on Gary Hart and America’s need of lithium.Penn gives a major update on his movie, Director’s Cut. and Matt’s CES gig as the Cowardly Lion turns ugly.Penn questions whether we should rebuild cities that are destined to be destroyed again and how he got some aspects of global warming wrong on Bullshit. Penn discusses aspects of the decision to move to Vegas from NYC. Edward Snowden, Ryan Bell, Florence Henderson, Ellen De Generes, Ben Stiller, Rachel Ray, all talked about, none of them showed up. Man, do we got taxi stories and Newfoundland/Vancouver jokes.Penn & the gang try to reconcile terms for transgender people. Penn talks about the behind the scenes of P&T going to Broadway for 8 shows a week with The Mike Jones Duo, Mike Jones’s days playing with Aerosmith, Matt Donnelly on a scam casting encounter, & Michael Goudeau on walking a rare pygmy elephant on foot from Vegas to Broadway…maybe.
Penn talks about meeting Martha Stewart, Steven Pinker, & Nolan Bushnell, & our diet guru Ray talks about his 21 day water fast & his Kickstarter campaign for “Our Broken Plate.” Atheist Woodstock is happening around the Slammer. ” Penn pays tribute to David Letterman, BB King, & discusses Jeopardy & the Boston Bomber death sentence. Our pal Mac King fills in for Goudeau & discusses his guiding principles for choosing which college to attend. We know there’s an annoying sound during the recording; sorry. The New York Times publishes an article with Hand Job in it.
Special Bonus: Two very special guests on the ads, Moxie and Zolten!
Penn teaches the congregation his very successful form of self defense. Sue Bryker-Parham reveals the details Upstate Atheists clash with one Christian Soup Kitchen. Penn interviews and catches up with his oddly close old friend LOD.
Penn talks about hosting a event in LA and hanging with Tom Jones, Natasha Bedingfield, Mel Gibson, Sly Stalone, and Kiss. Penn addresses book and movie rumors about Amazing Randi.
An audience member gets advice about how to be an Atheist parent.
Woody has questions for Penn & more tricks for you to try at home, or at work, or at the gym, but definitely not while driving to work, unless it’s a fully autonomous car & you aren’t subject to laws requiring your hands on the steering wheel regardless. We continue our holiday tradition of welcoming Piff the Magic Dragon & his Piffmas Pifftacular.