Jeff Rubin (CollegeHumor, BuzzFeed Video) presents interviews with creative people who have turned their obsessions into professions, as well as expert analysis on geeky things that probably don't warrant analyzing.
Find out what to expect from this podcast in the spectacular 0th episode of the Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show!
Pete plays guitar and Nintendo for a rock band called Anamanaguchi. Here he explains how that works, and what it was like to do the soundtrack for the Scott Pilgrim videogame.
Theme/outro music by The Bikini Carwash Company
Jon Gabrus and Jeff discuss the incredible first season of Game of Thrones. Along the way there are slight detours into The Wire, Friday Night Lights, Dungeons and Dragons, Lost, Deadwood, and masturbating on horses.
The first half of the conversation is spoiler free, so even those that haven't watched Game of Thrones can listen. You will be very obviously warned before specifics from the show are discussed. The spoilers only pertain to the first season of the show and the first book in the series- further books are not discussed.
(they'll make more sense after you listen)
That article from the Penn State newspaper - http://bit.ly/oxjudT
Rose McGowen in Conan - http://yhoo.it/myX3Wb
According to Yelp, Scott's Pizza Tours is the #1 rated tour in New York City - but how did Scott start this operation, how does he choose what pizza places to visit every week, and how much pizza does he eat for research, and is this really his full-time job? These answers and more in this week's Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show.
Jeff and Sarah Schneider interview Lee Roy Myers, writer/director of "30 Rock: A XXX Parody," "The Office: A XXX Parody," and yes, "Who's The Boss? A XXX Parody." Jeff still manages to connect it all to Transformers.
In this episode you'll learn everything you ever wanted to know about Nickelodeon gameshow Legends of the Hidden Temple. We cover both sides of the game with host Kirk Fogg and victorious contestant Anthony.
The Daily What is one of Internet culture's most influential sites. In this episode we talk to the editor/only employee Nitzan to learn how it got there, and what it takes to stay on top.
Jeff and CollegeHumor's Pat Cassels discuss the great cinematic experiences of the summer including Harry Potter 7, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Transformers 3, Cowboys & Aliens, Green Lantern, X-Men, and… LA Noire?
Muxtape was one of the last great music sites shut down by the RIAA. This week we discuss it's rise and fall with creator Justin Ouilette.
Also, what the hell, let's talk about Mass Effect at the end too.
This week High Times magazine's Senior Cultivation Expert Danny Danko stops by to talk about being a pot nerd, appreciating the differences between different strains, and the dominance of the High Times softball team.