Tyler Hinman is a crossword puzzle solver and constructor. He's won the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament 5 times and also holds the record for youngest champion ever. Here, he explains how and why.
Robb Alvey of Theme Park Review has been to theme parks across the globe. Here, he describes the best and craziest things he's seen in his journey.
Walton Goggins is an actor best known for The Shield, Justified, and The Hateful Eight. This week, Jeff and Pat do a deep dive on his career.
Matthew Borgatti used to work on props for movies like Snakes on a Plane and Alien vs Predator, but now he designs and builds soft robots. Here, he explains how and why.
Arnold & Stewart are father-and-son, professional knife-throwing duo. Here, they discuss how and why.


Joe Sonnenburg has been behind the camera for broadcasts of every major sport. Here, he explains how and why. (thumbnail by Buffaboy on Flickr)
Adam Ruins Everything's Adam Conover stops by to explain some of his most opinionated opinions and their origins. WARNING/PROMISE: We spend the last 15 minutes of this podcast talking about videogames and our trip to Indiecade.
Matt Little shot a pizza rat video that went viral. Here, he explains why and what happened next.
Todd Strauss-Schulson (director of Harold & Kumar 3, and the new film Final Girls) discusses his favorite movie moments, and what makes movies work for him.
Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show Book Club! We discuss the Martian with Laura M Brooker, a PHd student studying the surface of Mars.
Jeff is assigning everyone homework. Your assignment is to read The Martian, so we can discuss it with a real Martian scientist on 10/6. Here, with a quick assist from Pat Cassels, he explains how and why.
David Michael Latt has produced over 200 movies with his company the Asylum. These range from monster movies like Sharknado to "mockbusters" like Snakes on a Train. Here, he explains how and why.
Zac Bissonnette just wrote an entire book about Beanie Babies called "The Great Beanie Baby Bubble: Mass Delusion and the Dark Side of Cute." Here, he explains how and why.
Jeff and Pat’s fourth annual summer movie review featuring Age of Ultron, Ex Machina, Jurassic World, Ant-Man, Tomorrowland, Mad Max, Inside Out, and more.
If Shakespeare is the greatest writer of all time, how come he can be difficult to get into? Cristina Lundy of the New York Shakespeare Exchange explains.

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