Jesse rambles about med school voyeurism, bathroom lighting, lady temperature preferences, and his doppelgänger.
Jesse is sick as balls but there will be a podcast tomorrow and you don't mind the delay because you're empathetic and an adult and you will not email him complaining because that's what an insane person would do.
Jesse rambles about fancy horse names, mall creeps, and the cost of complacency.
Jesse rambles about flooded apartments, scrotum scratching technique, and homeless newspapers.
Jesse rambles about horrible banks, mystery underwear, getting dumped in public, and having to pee.
Jesse rambles about hanging out with strangers, getting a haircut, British pee etiquette, and post-cancer mental health.
Jesse rambles about getting attacked by cats, giving a toast, old video games, and singing in the shower.
Jesse rambles about public bathrooms, reading braille, and answers an e-mail about moving into your first apartment.
Jesse rambles about the comedy world reeling from the Louis stuff, then he answers an e-mail about music and reads a listener response to another listener.
Jesse rants about mass shootings, taking hallucinogens, broken clocks, and getting offended at comedy.
Jesse rambles about weird handymen, bad costumes, and made up beverages.
Jesse will record his dumb podcast as soon as the dumb maintenance guy fixes the dumb boiler in his dumb apartment.
Jesse rambles about his dad staying hip, bad costumes, ambition in your 30s, and writing songs with douchebags.
Jesse rambles about past dating troubles, dumb cookware, and his upstairs neighbors.
Jesse rambles about buying condoms, sexism in show-business, and self-aware robots.
Jesse rambles about Donald vs Sports, off brand cereal, and sexy monsters.
Jesse talks about his recent CT scans, and rambles about vampire movies, masturbating before the internet, and the song “Smooth”.
Jesse has a fever, but decides to ramble between naps about peeping Toms, fancy ice at parties, and his dumb inventions. Part Two coming after his upcoming CT scans.
The power is out. There is no power. Imagine having power at your apartment, and then subtract the power part. That's what's happening.