S3E25 - In this week's episode TJ has a chip stuck in his throat, Kanye West announces he's running for President and it's got us all worked up, we debate changing the name of the Atlanta Braves, TJ reads a diary entry that attempts to process all of 2020, and we dissect the 1999 song, "What Would You Do?" by City High. (Airdate: 7/11/2020)



* "What Would You Do?" by City High, 1999

S3E24 - We are joined by the very funny Sara Bresee this week, George and Alex update us on how Covid-19 is affecting their lives, TJ tests Purell for other uses, Sara discusses her work in public health during the pandemic, and in honor of Spongebob's coming out we consider which other cartoon characters might be next. (Airdate: 07/04/2020) 

Sole or Hole

S3E23 - This week are joined by actress Sorrell Sanders, Alexandria has a beef with a name-changing one-hit-wonder, George shares public health advice for safe sex during the pandemic, we dissect the experience of watching the TLC reality series, 90-Day Fiancé, and we have an epic throwback Versus Battle between Elton John and Billy Joel. (Airdate: 6/20/2020)



* Special thanks to our guest Sorrell Sanders 

S3E22 - We've got a super fun episode this week. YA author Debbie Rigaud joins us and we talk to her about her new book with Alyssa Milano. We share our celebrity sighting stories, TJ reviews the children's TV show, Tumble Leaf, and we have our most challenging Versus Battle yet: Beyonce vs. Rihanna. (Airdate: 6/13/2020).



* Special Thanks to our guest, YA Author Debbie Rigaud (@debbierigaud) https://www.debbierigaud.com

S3E21 - We've got an extra special episode of FPIK for you this week. Guest co-host Abigail Williams joins us as we begin with a heartfelt discussion of the state of our union, then to lighten the mood, we ask TJ some conundrums, and we end with a hometown Versus Battle between Atlanta musicians Usher and TLC. (Airdate: 06/06/2020).

S3E20 - We've got some great funny in this week's episode. We are joined by actress, comedian, and personal trainer, Lily Naz who has been hard at work during lockdown, George travels even further down the Whitney Houston murder conspiracy, Alexandria and George try to help TJ prepare for a job interview, Lily shares health tips on battling the Covid 15 (or 50), and we attempt to settle a 20-year debate in this week's Versus Battle: Backstreet Boys vs. *NSYNC. (Airdate 5/30/2020)



* "The Murder of WHITNEY HOUSTON, Snitch and Bobbi Kristina" by Winford Salmon

* Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival - Armed and Dangerish

* Water Rhapsody

* Special thanks to our guest Lily Naz of Persist Fitness

S3E19 - This week’s episode is a lot of fun. We are joined by a triple threat, actress, writer, AND producer, Leah Williams. In Hot Topics we dissect the Nelly vs. Ludacris Versus Battle and take bets in Joe Biden’s Veepstakes. Alexandria suggests job prospects to TJ as he shares his fancy new oatmeal recipe, Leah and Alexandria reminisce about their high school drama teacher, and we end with our most epic Versus Battle yet: Madonna vs Janet Jackson. (Airdate: 5/23/2020)


Special Thanks to our guest Leah Williams (@Leahdoinwerk)

S3E18 - This week we are joined by the very talented actress, Veanna Black, we place bets on the true origins of the President's #Obamagate conspiracy, George uncovers another theory in the Whitney Houston murder, TJ shares about his experience being laid off, we address complaints from last week's episode, and Alexandria challenges George to a second round of our Versus Battle: Pussycat Dolls vs. Limp Bizkit. (Airdate: 05/16/2020)



Special thanks to our guest Veanna Black.

Ghost Moans

S3E17 - In honor of Mothers' Day we are joined this week by the funniest mom we know, silver fox Abigail Williams, TJ shares his list of bad moms, Alexandria challenges George to a Versus Battle pitting Nikki Minaj against Lady Gaga, and we all play a TV mom themed round of F*, Marry, Kill. (Airdate: 5/9/2020)



* Special thanks to our guest Abigail Williams

S3E16 - Early in our first season the Funniest People I Know podcast uncovered a sinister conspiracy around the death of famed singer, Whitney Houston. In this week's episode George and Alexandria explore this conspiracy with a series of clips from previous episodes. In the first clip (S1E4) George discovers the conspiracy while watching the documentary Whitney, then in the second clip (S1E10) George reveals more details including a theory involving mobsters from Georgia, we then play a call from friend of the pod, Brenda Lee, who shares her theory of the crime (S1E17), and finally we play an exclusive interview with Sprinkles, the bakery that made Whitney's favorite cupcake. (Airdate: 5/2/2020)

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