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Everything is Awesome is a weekly love letter to all things awesome. Brought to you by Jeff Richardson and KC KAOS, two great writers and hilarious friends, who love talking about cool artistic stuff with cool people.
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Sep 29, 2015
Episode 37: Fantasy President Three-way ft. Erica Knapp and Aaron Willsie

In which Jeff is introduced to fellow TBTL fan Erica Knapp and her brother Aaron; they discuss a multitude of issues relating to growing up as members of a cult; Jeff explains the gaps in pop culture they missed; Jeff describes his favorite Presidents and can't decide which is supreme; Aaron explains why sad things make him laugh; Erica's dog meets his end under suspicious circumstances; the love between a sweaty soccer star and their mom; and much more. Stay tuned for Part 2 in which Erica's husband Ryan expresses his undying love in a vain attempt to make Erica cry.


Closing Song: "Virtual Insanity" by Jamiroquai

Sep 19, 2015
Episode 36: Twelve Years a Podcast ft. Amber Sayman

In which Jeff and guest host Chris Wood interview the fabulously talented young comedian, Amber Sayman of Olympia, WA; Jeff regales the crew with his rendition of a U2 song; Shakim's absence is noted due to lack of dungeon maintenance; Marky Mark makes a disturbingly offensive appearance; Surgeon General Amber Sayman explains the dangers of tobacco; Chris and Amber debate having ladies as Rangers; Amber uses pretentiousness as an anxiety blanket; Amber pontificates on the nature of the patriarchy; Jeff's flows bring redness to Amber's cheeks; Jeff survives near-certain death on his mail route; Jeff's poetry is rejected by a local literary journal; Chris survives a terrible illness; Jeff orders Chris to return to Virginia; 

 

Closing Song: "The Beat" - Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip

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