Episodes

Joel McHale

Joel McHale is in studio for a podcast about the future of Community, Joel’s favorite guests on The Soup, and Adam’s experience sharing a first class flight with Rob Lowe.

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‘Take a Knee’ with Jordan Garrett

West Point alumnus and former active duty Army platoon leader Jordan Garrett joins Adam on this week’s episode of Take A Knee. Adam and Jordan discuss his familial military history before getting into his time at West Point and his eventual deployment to Iraq where his West Point graduating class lost the most graduates since the Vietnam War. They also discuss the state of soldiers returning home and how the United States Government is treating their Veterans.

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Asif Kapadia and Mark Geragos

Asif Kapadia chats with Adam about directing ‘Amy’ and ‘Senna’. Mark Geragos is also in studio for a new game called ‘Pick Your Plantiff’, plus a new song from Dick Banks, and Adam shares his thoughts on the Illuminati. (Original Airdate: July 31, 2015)

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Patton Oswalt

Patton Oswalt joins for the first show of 2015! The guys talk about their holiday breaks, thoughts for the New Year, and what people are willing to do for a free t-shirt. (Original Airdate: January 5, 2015)

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Stone Temple Pilots

Band members Scott Weiland, Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo, and Eric Kretz are back as Stone Temple Pilots releases a self-titled album. Adam asks them what brought them all back together, and it seems an opportunity to play at the Coachella music festival is what re-sparked the flame. Unfortunately they had touring conflicts, and so Paul McCartney filled in instead. They give more background on how the band came together, and when they finally started playing music 1988, it was evident they had something very special. They started touring around California, and by 91 they were in a recording studio. They said their big break was in 92, but just before recording their first album they heard a demo cassette of Nirvana’s first album, and it blew their minds. They were concerned their career may have been over before it even began. When they released their first music video, the credits were not in the lower left corner as they typically are. They also began their tours by opening for Megadeath, and apparently the crowd was not too happy to hear them play. When the song Plush came out, people finally started coming out to see their shows. Adam asks them more about their lives on the road, and if it’s good material for writing songs. Of course it’s ripe for material, and they also joke about other cliché rock songs that appear on most albums. They mention that this is their 6th album together as STP, and that there are really no side projects either. Adam asks if they can tell which songs are going to be hits, but they point out sometimes the record label chooses the singles for them. Wrapping up the conversation, they talk about the origin of the band name, and also explain that at one point they were signed as Mighty Joe Young but had to change the name.

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