September 16, 2014

Kyle talks about his gluten-free life and the gang discusses gender reassignment surgery. Then, Mark Kretzmann, post-doctoral scholar from UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior is in the hatch to talk about autism, socialization, intervention tools, diagnostic procedures, aspergers, and much more!

September 9, 2014

Tig, David, and Kyle brainstorm ideas for what Tig should do for her new fundraiser. Then, comedian Bill Burr is in the hatch to talk about the government, drones, manipulation in sports, 9/11, insurance, aliens, the illuminati, and much more. Also, tune in for a bonus game of “Guess this song in 3 seconds”!

September 2, 2014

The gang starts off with a discussion about hecklers and lollyfarting before delving into the subject of consciousness. Guest neuroscientist and comedian Jono Zalay is back in the Professor Blastoff hatch to talk about self-realization, dreams, sex robots, and so much more!

August 26, 2014

Would you live forever if you could? How many blueberries are safe to eat? Are you taking care of your meat sack (body)? UNC Charlotte Ph.D candidate Eric Kane calls into the hatch this week to talk to the gang about antioxidants, calorie restriction, exercise, disease, turtles, and much more. Then, Mother Meditation is back to clear up some Rosie O’Donnell confusion.

August 19, 2014

David describes his run-in with authority and the whole gang discusses their favorite characters from old shows. Then, have you been spending time searching online for your soulmate?  Marty Yu is in the hatch to talk about online dating, social stigmas, specialized websites, changes in communication. Tinder, OkCupid, arranged marriages, and so much more!


August 12, 2014

Today’s “anything goes” episode starts off with the gang talking about their feelings about traveling for work and bring back the mother meditation. Then, have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in the music industry? Jim Roach is in the hatch to talk about owning a label, consumer behavior, and how he got to where he is now, and much more!


August 5, 2014

Today’s Professor Blastoff  episode is inconceivable! The gang starts off the show by discussing their feelings on marriage and comedian Julia Farrell joins to have a discussion about personality, Myers Briggs, killing puppies, communication, introversion vs. extroversion, and much more. Tune in for an introspective look into the brains of your favorite podcast hosts.


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July 29, 2014

The Professor Blastoff gang is back to talk about Tig’s ex-boyfriend, Kelly Clarkson, spider bites, and krav maga. Then, fellow Earwolf hosts Jason and Randy Sklar come into the hatch to talk about fandom in sports, music, meeting Dennis Miller, and dealing with different kinds of fans. Tune in for lots of interesting insights from the gang! 

July 22, 2014

Kyle and David start off the show with an ultimate sing-off show-down. Then, traveling the world can seem like a non-stop glamorous life, but Literary Death Match creator Adrian Todd Zuniga is back in the hatch to talk to the gang about the real effects of long-distance travel, jet lag, love, children, dogs, and much more. Tune in to catch a crazy story about a student trip from Kyle!

July 15, 2014

The Professor Blastoff gang is back this week to discuss Tig’s book and Godzilla. Then, have you ever wondered what goes into writing a book or screenplay? Diablo Cody is on the show to talk about why she hates watching her own movies, the importance of family,  being a stripper, and how to get motivated to write. Also, tune in for an all-new Mother Mediation!

July 8, 2014

Kyle talks about hijinks on the set of an Apatow movie and leads the gang in a mother meditation about his mom’s new iPhone. Then, have you ever wondered what goes into planning a huge festival? Bridgetown Comedy Festival producer/founder Andy Wood is in the hatch to talk about the logistics of planning something so huge, and dealing with staff, scheduling, Google Docs, and more. Plus, his secret to productivity revealed!


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July 1, 2014

Tig, Kyle, and David are back to catch up on what’s going on with Kyle’s lifestyle, Tig’s annoyance with popular sayings, David’s tour stories, and the team brainstorms ideas about Tig’s upcoming book and TV shows. Then, the gang discusses what makes a vacation hacky, talks about life on set, discusses the legitimacy of Kickstarters, and Kyle takes calls about his food purse. Tune in for this exclusive intimate chat!

June 24, 2014

The Professor Blastoff crew is back to talk about how Kyle helps a family with the loss of their son and how David deals with the issues of moving, along with Blackfish, police helicopters, the Grammy’s, and whining firetrucks. Then Aaron is on to introduce the showdown of a lifetime. Former Jehovah’s Witness Leslie Wilson is here to speak on all things regarding cults. What exactly is a cult? What are some of the rituals that occur in a cult? How does a cult control your life? All these questions will be answered plus an arm-wrestling match you won’t want to miss!

June 17, 2014

The Professor Blastoff gang starts off with another check-in on Kyle’s new lifestyle, discuss the appropriate number of farts per day, explore “beet”ing meat, and Kyle tells a disappointing story about his experience at Morton’s Steakhouse. Then, the very funny and good-looking Mary Holland shows up to share some Wikipedia information about tidal waves, sea turtles, dark spots on the moon, the world outer space treaty and she plays a game of “Who knows more about the moon?” with Kyle. Then, they discusses zodiac signs and close out the show with an all-new Mother Meditation.

June 10, 2014

Kyle discusses his birthday and dealing with his new diet while Tig chats about joining a gym, and then everyone competes in a “who can push out their belly more” game. Then, Colleen Smith, Groundlings teacher and puppeteer at the Jim Henson company joins the gang to talk about taking Kyle for his colonoscopy, opinions on dirty improv, her path into a puppetry career, and then she leads everybody in a few improv games. Then, she goes deeper into the real logistics of how puppeteering works and delves into what’s nuts about puppetry.