Best Episodes of 2015

Here’s my favorite guests that appeared on the podcast in 2015.  I’m not going to include regulars such as Ari Shaffir, Duncan Trussell, or Joey Diaz because that wouldn’t be showing you anything you don’t know about already. (in no order)

UPDATE : 12/31/15 – had to include some of the guests from the 4th quarter.

To see our full Best of 2015 list, check out “Best podcast episodes of any show in 2015

Shane Smith

Probably his best visit as they both drink and Shane Smith gets emotional about how we have made progress in the cure for cancer. Shane Smith is a Canadian Emmy Award-winning journalist and web entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and CEO of the international media company VICE Media, operating an international network of digital channels, a television production studio, a record label, an in-house creative services agency, a book-publishing house, and a feature film division.

Michael A Wood Jr.

Ph.D. candidate, Retired BPD & Veteran USMC., LEAP Speaker, & Proponent of a new era of policing.

A retired Baltimore police officer tells the truth about what happens in police departments. This is really a must listen because he doesn’t hold anything back and details how we can fix the racial injustice in the police force.

Brian Regan

Brian Regan adds a little of comedy star power to the show to bring a very new perspective. He is a pretty clean guy to match his clean act but still hilarious the whole way.

Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong talks about exactly what you would want him to. How he got into steroids, how many cyclists were doing it, why they targeted him, and everything else. The difference between this and an interview with Oprah is that it is uncensored and he is revisiting the entire fiasco instead of being in it. Must listen.

If you already caught up on all of these, check out our list of the best episodes of any podcast in 2015. 

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