For the first time since Episode 5, Doug and Jeff celebrate the return of human contact by reuniting on his NYC rooftop and recording face to face. Amid the usual BS about movies, sports, and designer grilled cheese, we talk about the complex emotions surrounding our re-entry into social situations, work spaces, and pants.
If you’re wondering if you’re ready, or if you did enough with your “down” time, cut it out. You did what you could, and you made it this far. That’s reason enough to appreciate everyone else who’s still with us and honor those who aren’t — like Jeff’s dad, whose passing has inspired Jeff’s upcoming book about keeping your dad’s stories alive.
- New Yorkers cautiously return to normal life
- “Old” Tom Morris won the U.S. Open at the age of 46
- Fever Dog, written by Nancy Wilson for Almost Famous
- Musician Robert Leslie on Instagram
- About The Players Club and Edwin Booth
- Jason Kravits consulting with Ewan MacGregor
- Happy birthday, Michael!
- Opening our third season with Michael Ian Black
- Matt Villano maps out his revenue
- Jim Lin on taking up motorcycles
- Jeff’s debut piece at The Washington Post
- Our last in-person episode from London in Oct. 2019