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The Unloading – April 29, 2014

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Welcome to episode 78 of The Unloading, sub episode 1 of The brand new podcast where we only talk about the TV show Parenthood. Lots of TV talk tonight as Mollie joins us for the podcast. Also we have some fun checking in on occasional guest Tina, who is watching the first season of Game of Thrones. And obviously Jim is going to bring up Star Wars. Plus Stephanie learns to relax and not want to beat people down in public that annoy her. All that and more on The Unloading.

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The Unloading – October 1, 2013

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People are dicks, that’s the theme of episode 61 of The Unloading. Stephanie has a PSA/rant for all the CTA riders out there that act like they’re new. Pete witnesses a homeless guy possibly doing some “weiner stuff” outside of his preferred Dunkin’ Donuts. A new TV season means TV talk and lots of strong opinions from Jim and Pete. All that plus Stephanie’s brother who works at the CTA has the latest news on yesterday’s crash. All that and more on episode 61.

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The Unloading – September 23, 2013

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It’s episode 60 of The Unloading with Jim’s former roommate Tim stopping by for the long-awaited reunion of The Jim & Tim Show.¬† Pete is a scientist in the field of yogurt topping placement at Forever Yogurt. Stephanie finds new ways to gross Pete out and make him squirm. Plus some Fall TV talk and an update of the fantasy football scoreboard. All that and more on this week’s Unloading.

Peter from The Cosby Show

Peter from The Cosby Show

The Unloading – June 27, 2013

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Welcome to episode 49 of The Unloading, aka The Pee Show. Why does Pete have pee hands? And why can’t Stephanie hold it in? And Jim wants to know why there’s a deer peeing on Adam Sandler in Grown-Ups 2. All that and more on episode 49 of The Unloading.

Stephanie's pre-show meal, all finished.

Stephanie’s pre-show meal, all finished.

The Unloading – June 22, 2013

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Well it’s not exactly our 1st anniversary show, but close enough for episode 48 of The Unloading. Even with the toilet humor and annoying people around him Pete still really enjoyed This is The End. Jim has a harrowing experience with the changing table in a Babies ‘R’ Us bathroom. Plus Stephanie reacts to the James Gandolfini death and full coverage of the Kim and Kanye baby naming situation. All that and more on episode 48 of The Unloading.

The crew has a beer and toasts the 1st anniversary of The Unloading

The crew has a beer and toasts the 1st anniversary of The Unloading

The Unloading – June 15, 2013

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Welcome to episode 47 of The Unloading now with working mics! A frank discussion of what causes Jim’s dogs to bark constantly. Stephanie recaps her trip to Nashville. Jim gives a full review of Man of Steel. Plus, has life gotten better for Pete at The Bux? All that and more on episode 47 of The Unloading.

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The Unloading – June 4, 2013

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The Unloading is back to kickoff June with our 46th episode. Due to some technical difficulties that we unfortunately didn’t notice until after the show Pete and Jim had the only working mics. So you’ll have to strain to hear Stephanie and Mollie. Stephanie gets the all clear on her lung clots and gets ready for Nashville with a spray tan. Jim is still reeling from the most recent episode of Game of Thrones (spoilers between 1:05:56 and 1:06:18). Pete has a run-in with a particularly obnoxious Starbucks customer. All that and more on episode 46 of The Unloading.

Sam's new hat

Sam’s new hat

The Unloading – March 4, 2013

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Is 35 episodes some kind of landmark? Episode 35 podcasting “live” from Ed’s well-appointed and well-stocked condo where Mary is able to lounge on the couch while doing the show. Is Jim chewing too loudly? Plus why did Pete bail on a listener’s birthday party? Should Stephanie be flattered that she was carded at a casino? And how fast can you name all 50 states? Enjoy episode 35 of The Unloading.

Danielle and Doppleganger

Danielle and Doppleganger