Chris LaMartina makes films and Brandon and Chris screamed.
Mike Moran for funny jokes.
Sean Joyce for sex advice.
Adam Friedland for "The Wire."
Thee The The for a full-band set.
Fiona Zublin becomes a new friend.
Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum for fashion.
Sara Armour for advice.
Adam Friedland for music.
Haywood Turnipseed Jr. joins us for "Color Commentary."
David Carter for stand-up.
Adam Friedland for a son.
Sara Armour for advice.
Black Hills for music.
Alex Braslavsky for controversial stand-up.
Sean Joyce for "Comics Leashed."
Eleven of the best comedic performances from You, Me, Them, Everybody Live in 2012.
11. Katie McVay at the Hungry Brain
10. Ben Kronberg at The Creek and The Cave
9. Carolyn Busa at The Grape Room
8. Randy Syphax at the Wonderland Ballroom
7. Jenn Tisdale at the Wonderland Ballroom
6. Matty Litwack at the Wonderland Ballroom
5. Jamel Johnson at the Wonderland Ballroom
4. Liza Treyger at The Whistler
3. The Puterbaugh Sisters at the Hungry Brain
2. James Fritz at the Hungry Brain
1. Star Spangled Stanley Adams at The Whistler
Eleven of the best musical performances from You, Me, Them, Everybody Live in 2012
11. Trevor McSpadden at the Hungry Brain
10. Shark Week at the Wonderland Ballroom
9. Ryan McLaughlin at the Wonderland Ballroom
8. The Harrow at The Whistler
7. Gordon Withers at the Wonderland Ballroom
6. Gabe Liebowitz at the Hungry Brain
5. Washerwoman at the Wonderland Ballroom
4. Rock Falls at Saki Records
3. Deadbeat at the Hungry Brain
2. Daniel Knox at Saki Records
1. Scott Lucas at the Hungry Brain
Adam Friedland. A year of Adam Friedland.
Sir Alister Sinclair, Sheila & Alan Bagelman, Chad the slam poet, Adam Friedland Mitt Romney supporter, Adam Friedland iPhone educator, Adam Friedland sponsored comic, Pewquandrick Excalibur, Adam Friedland music appreciator and Mitt Romney stop by.
Trevor McSpadden for great, sad songs.
Esmeralda Leon for a 2012 recap.
Stephanie Hasz for how a girl becomes a woman with a boy in the basement.
Gabe Liebowitz for great, not as sad songs.
2012 was fun. 2012 is almost over. The Kattpacalypse is here.
Alexandra Petri for the end of the world.
Mikey Larrick for stand-up.
Sara Armour for a horror story.
Ryan McLaughlin for a solo set.
First show at The Creek and the Cave. It's a long, weird one. That place is awesome.
Ben Kronberg is comfortable with silence. He is impressive.
Brian Moylan is a kick-ass writer and kick-ass talk show guest. This is his third appearance. He's done the show in three different boroughs. He is an inspiration above and below the belt. We both love "Drag Race."
Ned Hepburn has gone from wandering hipster to not as wandering Editor-At-Large for Death and Taxes. He did the talk show four years ago before we did it in front of people. He is my friend. I like Ned.
Final anniversary show. It's a long one. It's a weird one. Lynyrd Skynyrd makes an appearance.
Adam Friedland loses his voice.
Michael Foody gives gift giving advice.
Sara Armour answers your questions.
Jamel Johnson keeps us young.
Hawk Johnson meets women.
Back to Philadelphia. Philadelphia is fun.
Lisa Yost tells jokes.
Hillary Rea tells stories
Rob DeSantis tells jokes.
Zack Reinhardt of The Hundred Acre Woods plays songs.
Brandon Wetherbee hosts.
Jenn Tisdale co-hosts.
Butterfly With Bullet Wings changes the world.
We turned 3.
Brian Babylon is a radio host and comic. Follow him on Twitter.
Katie McVay is a comic. Follow her on Twitter.
Deadbeat is a musician. Listen to her music.
Good show. Maybe the best musical performance of the year.
Robyn was a good choice.
Esmeralda Leon and I recap episode 5.
A look at "Drag Race" with an record label owner.