Jesse has started radiation therapy, and rambles about bird problems, crafty teenagers, frat nurses, and his trip to the sperm bank.
Jesse has decided to do radiation treatment, but that doesn’t stop him from rambling about marching bands, rabbit costumes, and how to make a superhero baby. He also goes out on a limb and declares that ISIS totally sucks.
Jesse's had far too much coffee, and rambles about Cinderella, St Paddy's Day, and the great radiation dilemma of 2016.
This week, Jesse rambles about Sinead O'Conner, shredding documents, kid haircuts, medieval celibacy devices, and the pros and cons of his potential radiation.
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Jesse has a week off before radiation therapy, so his friend Hope Cantwell (twitter.com/hopiecan) drops by to help him understand sexism, bad modern art, and German children.
Jesse is still on drugs, and finishes his tale of surgery. It gets pretty gross.
Jesse is home from the hospital, minus one sigmoid, and up one ileostomy. He sifts through the drug haze to begin his sordid tale of surgery and recovery.
Jesse is out of surgery and is recovering well, but in no condition to record a show. There will new episode posted later in the week.
This week, Jesse discusses falling in love, sexist condiments, Barbie horror movies, getting drunk to buy books, and his colon surgery prep.
Jesse takes a week to answer some e-mails, and rambles about voting in barns, dog vasectomies, synthesizers, and new bagpipe songs.
Jesse has had his CT scan, and shares his results. Then he rambles a bit about his plans before moving on to important subjects, like ghosts, sandwich shop racism, and unsolicited dick pics.
Jesse is stuck at home in a blizzard, and rambles about his dad’s beard, Donald Trump’s orgasms, 1800s snowball fights, and how to choose insurance.
Jesse wraps chemo live on air, but not without discussing vision boards, the Oscars, and his dad’s computer problems.
This week, Jesse rambles about his mom’s hair, his corn experiment, British soccer brawls, fake cancer cures, and real cancer cures.
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This week, Jesse uses his chemo fog to ramble about New Year’s Eve, living with a cop, personal trainers, and photographic memories. Then it gets pretty heavy, but everyone comes out unharmed.
Jesse has a cold and his throat hurts, so he records an episode to explain why he can’t record an episode. Then he still rambles about his dad’s homemade desserts, meeting a girlfriend’s parents, The Beatles, and why we invade countries. But, it’s not an episode.
It’s Episode 25: The Cancery Christmas Special! Jesse rants a little about getting gifts as a kid, drunk moms and cheap dads. Then he’s joined by Brian Bates (@brianbatescomic) to discuss the origin of the holiday. As a special treat, Vegas lounge act Thatcher Wadswallow and the 4 Skins stop by with an original Cancery Christmas song!
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Jesse has already forgotten recording this episode, but that doesn’t stop him from uploading it. He talks about his recent almost-bar fight, bitterness in comedy, people that spoil movies, chemo fatigue, and erectile disfunction.
It’s been 6 months since his diagnosis, and Jesse talks gratitude, fake nerds, internet rabbit holes, and sex stuff. Then he gives some advice about anxiety and plays his dumb Daft Punk cover.
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This week, Jesse sifts through the Ativan/chemo fog to discuss Thanksgiving, his new treatment plan, being naked in public, and his bizarre phobia.
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Jesse talks cancer, cameras, cars, and other “c” words. Then he’s joined by his father, Lizard, to discuss mortality, marijuana, and other “m” words.
He also makes the world debut of a super rare Beatles out-take.
This week, Jesse dives right in talking about the terrorist attacks in Paris, ISIS, Nihilism vs Optimism, and chemotherapy. Then he talks about really heavy subjects like tongue clicking tribes, presidential blowjobs, chess movies, and cheese sticks.
This week, Jesse rambles about Saturdays, closeted Country stars, clinical trials, Frankenstein, and people’s expectations of the ill. He also discusses the loss of a dear friend.
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This week, Jesse discusses working at Subway, losing listeners, Halloween chemo, when to use a flare gun, cancer stereotypes, and how to get good service at a restaurant.
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