For this week, Jesse manages to ramble about colonoscopies, weird pet peeves, hotel sex noises, french robots, chess, getting sober, and lonely cops. Get into it.
Jesse has no recollection of recording this episode because of anti-nausea medication. That doesn't stop him from discussing genetic testing, Groundhog's Day, the Bat-Signal, getting "friend-zoned", his first summer job, Pilgrims, Jonestown, and finally introducing his dad, Lizard, for some sound advice.
In this episode, Jesse describes/talks CT scans, gives an update on his treatment, and talks about "cancer holding patterns". He also manages to ramble about paintings of dogs playing poker, sports movies for kids, blind dates, deciding a country's fashion, and viral politics. His buddy and fellow comedian Brent Schmidt is visiting, and sits in on an e-mail question about deciding what to do with your life.
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Jesse records this one during his 4th round of chemo, so it gets weird. He gives an update on his treatment, and then rambles about Waffle House, Ted Bundy, ugly ducklings, and highschool productions of Transformers. Then he gets super existential during a listener e-mail. Get into it.
In this episode, Jesse dives really deep into how to deal with a sick or terminally ill person as a family member or friend. He also talks about way more important stuff like saloon brawls, German porn, making out in public, human potential, and clogged toilets. Sponsored by Dodge.
Jesse does this episode while getting chemotherapy, so it gets a little druggy. His mind wanders around side effects, make-a-wish-foundations, medieval illiteracy, getting on stage again, and seeing his parents naked. Then he takes a question from a guy who hates musicals. No sponsers this week because Dodge is actually pretty pissed.
In this episode, Jesse talks charities, chemo day, audio problems, ghosts, mechanical horses, and answers some questions. He also invents a new cancer ribbon.
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