182 Fantasy Baseball with Jimmy Pardo

Is Fantasy Baseball interesting to you? Well, then this episode might not be for you. We invite Never Not Funny's Jimmy Pardo into the hatch to talk about how to create line-ups, what's exciting about it, how does math play into having the best roster - and he would have none of it. But we did have a thoroughly engaging conversation about phobias, music, dinner parties, and anything else that happened to come up. It's a real ride. Join us at earwolf.com

181 Events with Mark Flanagan

How do you go about starting a successful show? What about one of the most popular venues in one of the biggest cities in the world? In order to find the answers to this, we invited the wonderful Mark Flanagan into the hatch to tell us about Largo, home of Tig's infamous comedy set in 2012. Listen at earwolf.com

180 Horses with Erin Whitehead

Erin Whitehead, part of Wild Horses and an all-around good egg, drops by the hatch this week to discuss horses and what it's like to grow up with and without them. Did you ever want a horse? What draws people to them? How did horses become part of the lives of humans? What are the differences in breeds? We get to the bottom of all of this as well as some personal discussions and some thoughts on loss. Join us at earwolf.com

179 God with Pete Holmes

One of the easiest topics to tackle is the subject of God. There's really not much to it. Is it a notion, a myth, a person, a math equation? The answers are pretty simple, and we invited Pete Holmes into the hatch discuss this along with various other topics. Join us and get to the bottom of just who or what god is. earwolf.com

178 Books with Jen Hitchcock

We're talking Books this week with the owner of a book store. Jen Hitchcock, owner of 'Book Show' at 5503 North Figueroa St in Highland Park, CA, dropped by the hatch to talk about what makes books great. If you love books, you'll love this episode. And if you don't love books, this episode may change your mind. Catch it at earwolf.com

177 Foster Parenting with Kristina Goolsby

Do you know much about being a foster parent? Other than Punky Brewster, what are the ways a child can come into your care? Do you have to be certified? Do you get to pick and choose which child you want? We invited our pal Kristina Goolsby into the hatch to discuss the process her and her partner underwent to care for a child. It's riveting and emotional and informative. Join us in the hatch at earwolf.com