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E36: Bryan Sellers


Bryan Sellers (wearing an orange and black helmet) drives the No. 17 Team Falken Tire Porsche 911 RSR in the TUDOR Championship GTD class. He grew up as a racer intrigued by photographs of his dad and uncles racing karts… Found his first go-kart under the Christmas tree when he was nine. … Won the 1998 World Karting Association national championship; also posted two Star Mazda victories… We talk a lot about what the racing experience is like for him today. Patrick Dempsey even gets a mention.

Follow Bryan on Twitter @BryanSellers
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E35: Tony Hinchcliffe

Tony Hinchcliffe


Tony Hinchcliffe has been a sharp and clever addition to the Los Angeles stand-up scene since 2007. Tony is considered a fresh evolution to the now immensely popular roasting scene, working as a staff-writer on the James Franco Roast and contributing to the three previous Comedy Central Roasts, he is also a staff-writer for and can be seen on Comedy Central’s The Burn. Tony is also the host of his own show and podcast, “Kill Tony,” on the globally popular Deathsquad podcast network.
Raised in Youngstown, Ohio, Hinchcliffe has been performing for over six years at the best Hollywood comedy clubs while touring around the country with his pals Jeff Garlin, Joe Rogan, and the Roastmaster General Jeffrey Ross.

Follow Tony on Twitter @TonyHinchcliffe
and visit his website at

E34: Dennis Farrell


Dennis Farrell is a former ESPN Radio, NBC Sports Radio Detroit host. Farrell is considered one of the top fantasy analyst in the industry. Now you can find Dennis Farrell on Pro Football Focus hosting the popular podcasts, Fox Sports Detroit and FNTSY. You can also hear the Fantasy Sideline Show on Detroit Sports 105.1 fm powered by ESPN every Sunday AM. His fantasy sports show also airs on Armed Forces Radio where he is the program director. Fantasy baseball is his first love and passion but he has also been quite successful in fantasy football. Dennis’s fantasy baseball podcast was on the top 10 on iTunes for over a year and a half.

Follow Dennis on Twitter @Dennis77Farrell
and listen to his podcast here:

E33: Kevin Burkhardt


Kevin Burkhardt is an American sportscaster. Currently one of the play-by-play voices for The NFL on FOX and formerly a reporter with SportsNet New York (SNY), Burkhardt was the field reporter during New York Mets telecasts from 2007 to 2014. He will be the primary studio host for Major League Baseball (MLB) telecasts on FOX and Fox Sports 1 beginning with the 2015 season.

Follow Kevin on Twitter @kevinburkhardt

E32: Steve Lemme


Stephen Carlos “Steve” Lemme is an actor, writer, and producer, and one of the members of the Broken Lizard comedy group. He is best known for his role in Super Troopers (2001), Beerfest (2006) and Club Dread (2004), and in the making… Super Troopers 2 – support it here and get some perks:

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E31: Ricky Williams


Now retired Ricky was drafted 5th overall in the first round of the 1999 NFL draft by the New Orleans Saints after head coach Mike Ditka traded all of his 1999 draft picks and their first pick for 2000 to get him. This was the first time one player was the only draft pick of an NFL team. Ricky had won the Heisman Trophy in 1998 as a tailback for the University of Texas at Austin. Running back with the New Orleans Saints (1999-2001), Miami Dolphins (2002-2005, 2007-2010), and Toronto Argonauts (2006).

Follow Ricky on Twitter @Rickthelaureate
and check out his Foundation here:

E30: Matt Walsh


Chicago-born, Matt Walsh is a founding member of the national improv-sketch comedy theatre Upright Citizens Brigade, which has schools and venues in both New York and Los Angeles. UCB is the largest unaccredited university in the nation teaching improv performance and sketch writing technique. A graduate of Chicago’s ImprovOlympic, Walsh was instructed by the legendary comedy sage Del Close, whose pupils included John Belushi, Bill Murray, Tina Fey and Mike Myers among many others. Walsh co-founded the Upright Citizens Brigade improv troupe with Amy Poehler, Matt Besser and Ian Roberts in Chicago in 1991. During the group’s performances in New York, Comedy Central had their pulse on the foursome and aired their sketch-improv show The Upright Citizens Brigade for three seasons from 1998-2000.

Follow Matt on Twitter @mrmattwalsh
and check out his full bio and improv-sketch comedy theatre here:

E29: Tom Segura


Tom Segura is a comedian from Cincinnati, Ohio. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Tom just released his first 1 Hour special on Netflix that was filmed at the Goodale Theater in Minneapolis. He covers a host of topics including the absurd behavior of people in his life, his many flaws and some of his favorite television shows, among others. He also cohosts a hugely successful podcast called Your Mom’s House with his comedian wife Christina Pazsitzky. If you enjoy 7th grade humor, you will love YMH! Your Mom’s House is a top rated podcast on iTunes and was nominated for the Stitcher Radio Comedy Award in 2013. The show now tours regularly in Canada and the United States.

Check out the Your Mom’s House podcast at
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and follow Tom on Twitter at @tomsegura


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