Stock up on Cheetos, because Joanna Gleason (@TheRealJGleason) is our guest and she’s got a drinking game - sorry, an eating game - for anyone who loves to pick apart Bradley Whitford’s acting technique. Needless to say, Josh is on board. It’s a probable impossibility that by the end of this episode we’ll all understand what an improbable possibility is, and why Sam is so down on it.
As the characters anxiously await election results and Donna tries to swap votes with Christian Slater, Josh and Hrishi interview Clark Gregg (@ClarkGregg) about how everybody wants to call him Agent Something. And, Josh looks back fondly on the mighty superpowers that allowed him to summon rain from a clear sky.
Hrishi and Josh welcome special guest Joshua Malina to talk about Joshua Malina’s first episode as Will Bailey. [fanfare] With special appearances by Bradley Whitford, Rob Lowe, and Joshua Malina.
To discuss the Bartlet Administration's debate camp, we're joined once again by Ronald Klain (@ronaldklain), who has been in charge of debate prep for every Democratic presidential candidate since 2004.
Phillips Exeter Academy
The Yale Spizzwinks
Mory’s - A Yale Tradition
Tom Lehrer - Bright College Days
Tom Lehrer - Fight Fiercely Harvard
Obama / Romney Debate 2012
1992 Presidential Debate Camp Prep in St. Louis
Ronald Klain preps President Obama for his 2012 debates. Secretary John Kerry played Governor Romney.