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One man attempts to ruin The Who concert at Caesar’s Palace for Penn. Penn & Teller put the trick that doesn’t work back in the show just in time for the Magic Live convention.
Penn continues his visit with Newtek founder Tim Jenison at The Museum of Old & New Art in Tasmania.
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.
Plus: Director’s Cut, Wizard Wars, and the guy that went to jail for killing a rat.
Penn recaps the week on Director’s Cut and how much he hates running and likes kissing.
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 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.
Church of Bacon’s John Whiteside, Sunday Assembly’s Kevin Breen, Ardent Atheists’ Emery Emery & a few hot former Mormon/Catholic pansexuals all check in with Penn & Matt. Penn discusses pride & his issues with taking real direction from a big shot Broadway director for his upcoming run in NYC. Lay some jingle on Stephanie Guttormson to defend against a SLAPP lawsuit: Penn is called names by The Globe. Penn discusses what he likes about Hillary Clinton. Tina and Grayson Currin call in to talk about their fantastic protest signs.
We talk Mother’s Day & Stephanie Guttormson is being sued by a faith healer. Five women in corsets at the show in Tulsa, & it sure seems like we could be pals with Obama. He also defends Brian Williams & shares his own favorite lies. You can purchase a Sexy Ebola costume online and Brad Slingerlend teaches us about some of the new tech advances we can expect in the near future.
) & Holly Dunsworth (Sociology & Anthropology department chair for the University of Rhode Island) tell us when we learned about where babies come from.
Their argument has far-reaching implications against strict Darwinists & the religious.
Penn discovers that making movies and making friends are not mutually exclusive.