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This American Wife

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This American Wife

This American Wife

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This American Wife: #76 - David Plotz, Nic Kelman

E"Human Nature" David Plotz of Atlas Obscura and the Slate Political Gabfest tells tales of political triumph and crushing defeat, and takes us on a journey to the most fascinating places on earth, some of which are right in our neighborhoods. Nic Kelman has found a manual from Android Zero entitled "How to Pass as Human." It is a clear-eyed catalog of our behavior that will make you question what it means to be fundamentally human. Plus, it's a thrilling adventure and a relentless race against time. MIND = BLOWN. Stay with us.

59 MIN2015 SEP 30
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This American Wife: #76 - David Plotz, Nic Kelman

This American Wife: #75 - David G. Schwartz, Steve Spill

E"Magic Man" Stories of ringmasters, impresarios, and magic men. First, David G. Schwartz, Director of UNLV's Center for Gaming Research, tells the true tale of Jay Sarno, creator of Caesars Palace, Circus Circus, and modern Las Vegas, as featured in his book "Grandissimo: The First Emperor of Las Vegas." Next, Steve Spill, lifelong magician and creator of Magicpolis, reveals his secrets and stories from his new book "I Lie for Money: Candid, Outrageous Stories from a Magician's Misadventures." Some truly magical tales... stay with us.

-1 s2015 JUL 24
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This American Wife: #75 - David G. Schwartz, Steve Spill

This American Wife: #74 - Molly McAleer, Rick Rosner

E"Adult Education" This American Wife is back from hiatus with two incredible stories of lessons learned. Molly McAleer (Hello Giggles, Two Broke Girls) returns with her new memoir, "The Alcoholic B**** Who Ruined Your Life." Rick Rosner (Jimmy Kimmel Live, Errol Morris' First Person) tells the incredible true story of his high school senior year - which he repeated for 10 years, all over the country. You do not want to miss this - stay with us.

-1 s2015 MAY 23
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This American Wife: #74 - Molly McAleer, Rick Rosner

This American Wife: #73 - Pamela Ribon, Richard Kramer

E“Only The Young” - Pamela Ribon is a bestselling author - when it came time to write her new book, she realized she had written much of it years ago, in the form of various “Notes to Boys.” It’s worth seeing how these notes hold up after all of these years. Richard Kramer wrote and directed many episodes of “Thirtysomething” and “My So Called Life,” and then he wrote a book “These Things Happen”, and then he came on the show to talk about it. What happened next, no one can accurately describe. Stay with us.

-1 s2014 MAY 28
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This American Wife: #73 - Pamela Ribon, Richard Kramer

This American Wife: #72 - Laura Slade Wiggins, Izabella Miko, Tara Miele, and Ken LaZebnik

E"Hollywood Digs" Tales from the darker side of Tinseltown - first, stars Laura Slade Wiggins (The Tomorrow People) and Izabella Miko (Clash of the Titans), and writer/director Tara Miele reveal the tale of "Starving in Suburbia," their new Lifetime movie premiering Saturday, April 26th. Then, writer Ken LaZebnik (A Prairie Home Companion, Touched by an Angel), tells crazy true tales of Hollywood from his new book "Hollywood Digs," including the time he made a movie with Peter O'Toole and Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light. Stay with us.

-1 s2014 APR 26
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This American Wife: #72 - Laura Slade Wiggins, Izabella Miko, Tara Miele, and Ken LaZebnik

This American Wife: #71 - Mike Sager, Victoria Patterson

EHe's smoked pot with Snoop Dog, and smoked crack with Rick James. He's recorded gangster rap with Ice Cube. His story on the Wonderland murders inspired the movie Boogie Nights. His name is Mike Sager, and we have stories from his incredible career in journalism, plus a look at his new book "High Tolerance." Victoria Patterson is the acclaimed author of the new book "The Peerless Four." On the eve of some sports stuff happening (like, I think, the Super Bowl and the Olypmics or something), she tells a more personal tale of the sporting life. Stay with us.

59 MIN2014 FEB 1
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This American Wife: #71 - Mike Sager, Victoria Patterson

This American Wife: #70 - David Nadelberg of Mortified, Dwayne Perkins

E"Mortified" - David Nadelberg is the creator and producer of the show "Mortified", a nationwide stage show, television show, and now movie (www.mortifiednation.com), where grownups get up and read terrifically embarrassing writing from when they were kids. We also learn the shocking truth about the host's own mortification. Dwayne Perkins is a comedian, and the author of "Hot Chocolate for the Mind." He is very nice and helpful. Stay with us.

-1 s2013 NOV 5
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This American Wife: #70 - David Nadelberg of Mortified, Dwayne Perkins

This American Wife: #69 - Bounty Killer Cast and Crew, Nick Antosca

E"Nature's Bounty" The new movie Bounty Killer features an all-star cast, and also some surprising connections to our host. The truth comes out in in interview with director Henry Saine, costar Barak Hardley, and producer Colin Ebeling. Also, writer Nick Antosca is working on the upcoming JJ Abrams/Alfonso Cuaron series "Believe," and tells a story called "Rat Beast" from his book "The Girlfriend Game." It will freak you out real good.

-1 s2013 OCT 5
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This American Wife: #69 - Bounty Killer Cast and Crew, Nick Antosca

This American Wife: #68 - Allie Goertz (Cossbysweater), Danny Lobell

E"That's Amore" Danny Lobell (RISK!, This American Life) loves pizza, and he has some absolutely incredible stories about his love of pizza. Allie Goertz (aka Cossbysweater) is a singer-songwriter loves nerdy things, and has some absolutely incredible songs about her love of nerdy things. Love and pizza goes together like peanut butter and chocolate, as you are about to hear.

-1 s2013 AUG 29
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This American Wife: #68 - Allie Goertz (Cossbysweater), Danny Lobell

This American Wife: #67 - Sascha Rothchild, Margot Leitman

E"Fallow Period" - First up, Sascha Rothchild, author of "How to Get Divorced by 30," and known for her appearances on a radio show and television series that is apparently called "This American Life" (??), and Margot Leitman, author of the new book "Gawky: Tales of an Extra Long Awkward Phase," indulge the host's desire to really dig into that time of the late 80's and early 90's that they all grew up in.

-1 s2013 JUN 12
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This American Wife: #67 - Sascha Rothchild, Margot Leitman

Latest Episodes

This American Wife: #76 - David Plotz, Nic Kelman

E"Human Nature" David Plotz of Atlas Obscura and the Slate Political Gabfest tells tales of political triumph and crushing defeat, and takes us on a journey to the most fascinating places on earth, some of which are right in our neighborhoods. Nic Kelman has found a manual from Android Zero entitled "How to Pass as Human." It is a clear-eyed catalog of our behavior that will make you question what it means to be fundamentally human. Plus, it's a thrilling adventure and a relentless race against time. MIND = BLOWN. Stay with us.

59 MIN2015 SEP 30
Comments
This American Wife: #76 - David Plotz, Nic Kelman

This American Wife: #75 - David G. Schwartz, Steve Spill

E"Magic Man" Stories of ringmasters, impresarios, and magic men. First, David G. Schwartz, Director of UNLV's Center for Gaming Research, tells the true tale of Jay Sarno, creator of Caesars Palace, Circus Circus, and modern Las Vegas, as featured in his book "Grandissimo: The First Emperor of Las Vegas." Next, Steve Spill, lifelong magician and creator of Magicpolis, reveals his secrets and stories from his new book "I Lie for Money: Candid, Outrageous Stories from a Magician's Misadventures." Some truly magical tales... stay with us.

-1 s2015 JUL 24
Comments
This American Wife: #75 - David G. Schwartz, Steve Spill

This American Wife: #74 - Molly McAleer, Rick Rosner

E"Adult Education" This American Wife is back from hiatus with two incredible stories of lessons learned. Molly McAleer (Hello Giggles, Two Broke Girls) returns with her new memoir, "The Alcoholic B**** Who Ruined Your Life." Rick Rosner (Jimmy Kimmel Live, Errol Morris' First Person) tells the incredible true story of his high school senior year - which he repeated for 10 years, all over the country. You do not want to miss this - stay with us.

-1 s2015 MAY 23
Comments
This American Wife: #74 - Molly McAleer, Rick Rosner

This American Wife: #73 - Pamela Ribon, Richard Kramer

E“Only The Young” - Pamela Ribon is a bestselling author - when it came time to write her new book, she realized she had written much of it years ago, in the form of various “Notes to Boys.” It’s worth seeing how these notes hold up after all of these years. Richard Kramer wrote and directed many episodes of “Thirtysomething” and “My So Called Life,” and then he wrote a book “These Things Happen”, and then he came on the show to talk about it. What happened next, no one can accurately describe. Stay with us.

-1 s2014 MAY 28
Comments
This American Wife: #73 - Pamela Ribon, Richard Kramer

This American Wife: #72 - Laura Slade Wiggins, Izabella Miko, Tara Miele, and Ken LaZebnik

E"Hollywood Digs" Tales from the darker side of Tinseltown - first, stars Laura Slade Wiggins (The Tomorrow People) and Izabella Miko (Clash of the Titans), and writer/director Tara Miele reveal the tale of "Starving in Suburbia," their new Lifetime movie premiering Saturday, April 26th. Then, writer Ken LaZebnik (A Prairie Home Companion, Touched by an Angel), tells crazy true tales of Hollywood from his new book "Hollywood Digs," including the time he made a movie with Peter O'Toole and Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light. Stay with us.

-1 s2014 APR 26
Comments
This American Wife: #72 - Laura Slade Wiggins, Izabella Miko, Tara Miele, and Ken LaZebnik

This American Wife: #71 - Mike Sager, Victoria Patterson

EHe's smoked pot with Snoop Dog, and smoked crack with Rick James. He's recorded gangster rap with Ice Cube. His story on the Wonderland murders inspired the movie Boogie Nights. His name is Mike Sager, and we have stories from his incredible career in journalism, plus a look at his new book "High Tolerance." Victoria Patterson is the acclaimed author of the new book "The Peerless Four." On the eve of some sports stuff happening (like, I think, the Super Bowl and the Olypmics or something), she tells a more personal tale of the sporting life. Stay with us.

59 MIN2014 FEB 1
Comments
This American Wife: #71 - Mike Sager, Victoria Patterson

This American Wife: #70 - David Nadelberg of Mortified, Dwayne Perkins

E"Mortified" - David Nadelberg is the creator and producer of the show "Mortified", a nationwide stage show, television show, and now movie (www.mortifiednation.com), where grownups get up and read terrifically embarrassing writing from when they were kids. We also learn the shocking truth about the host's own mortification. Dwayne Perkins is a comedian, and the author of "Hot Chocolate for the Mind." He is very nice and helpful. Stay with us.

-1 s2013 NOV 5
Comments
This American Wife: #70 - David Nadelberg of Mortified, Dwayne Perkins

This American Wife: #69 - Bounty Killer Cast and Crew, Nick Antosca

E"Nature's Bounty" The new movie Bounty Killer features an all-star cast, and also some surprising connections to our host. The truth comes out in in interview with director Henry Saine, costar Barak Hardley, and producer Colin Ebeling. Also, writer Nick Antosca is working on the upcoming JJ Abrams/Alfonso Cuaron series "Believe," and tells a story called "Rat Beast" from his book "The Girlfriend Game." It will freak you out real good.

-1 s2013 OCT 5
Comments
This American Wife: #69 - Bounty Killer Cast and Crew, Nick Antosca

This American Wife: #68 - Allie Goertz (Cossbysweater), Danny Lobell

E"That's Amore" Danny Lobell (RISK!, This American Life) loves pizza, and he has some absolutely incredible stories about his love of pizza. Allie Goertz (aka Cossbysweater) is a singer-songwriter loves nerdy things, and has some absolutely incredible songs about her love of nerdy things. Love and pizza goes together like peanut butter and chocolate, as you are about to hear.

-1 s2013 AUG 29
Comments
This American Wife: #68 - Allie Goertz (Cossbysweater), Danny Lobell

This American Wife: #67 - Sascha Rothchild, Margot Leitman

E"Fallow Period" - First up, Sascha Rothchild, author of "How to Get Divorced by 30," and known for her appearances on a radio show and television series that is apparently called "This American Life" (??), and Margot Leitman, author of the new book "Gawky: Tales of an Extra Long Awkward Phase," indulge the host's desire to really dig into that time of the late 80's and early 90's that they all grew up in.

-1 s2013 JUN 12
Comments
This American Wife: #67 - Sascha Rothchild, Margot Leitman
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