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Jun 1, 2020

In an episode that was recorded a week ago and thus feels like it was recorded eons ago, Grace Spelman (writer, musician) joins the show to talk about being blocked by Kevin Spacey, but not for any of the reasons you'd suspect. Call it serendipitous for Grace, given what we learned about Mr. Spacey after, but a very...


May 25, 2020

Our one-named friend Charles (@Ugarles, Hostile Witness podcast) makes his show debut having an argument about religion with noted dumbass and bad Twitter guy John Podhoretz that follows the classic "I've lost this argument, so I will block you instead of admitting defeat" pattern, and it's a delight. Recording the...


May 18, 2020

Ashley Feinberg (writer) makes her first appearance on the show a memorable one, as she gives us one of the best Block Tales of all-time, a block that starts in the emails and ends up on Twitter as she questions Lena Dunham's weird relationship with her pets. Speaking of weird relationships, John tells Stefan and Ashley...


May 11, 2020

Lydia Burrell (musician, comedian) joins the show and since Stefan failed to explain the concept of the show to him properly, delivers a litany of blocks including Steven Crowder and his own governor before concluding with his favourite, right-wing reporter Ryan Saavedra. LB just couldn't help pointing out to Saavedra...


May 4, 2020

Molly Lambert (writer, Night Call) scoops up one of the most prestigious blocks in an election year: the Public Affairs Agency that represents Joe Biden and many others, after she discovers one of their prime tactics for “managing crisis” (it’s dumb and bad). It’s some serious political talk, but we manage to...