May 7th, 2017
Jameson giggles with girlish glee as comic Jon Rudnitsky accepts his responsibility as the anonymous co-founder of The Godspeed Podcast. The team get into Jon's year at Saturday Night Live, his philosophy of comedy and what it's like to pitch sketch ideas to Donald Trump (hint: It's sad). Ryan volunteers to get implants and confesses to not wanting to be a dick while Jameson holds to his belief that technology is the instrument of the end times and legacy is nothing but a six-letter word for failure. Also, a heartwarming tribute to the great Jeff Goldblum and why Jameson can't explain things as well as Bo Burnham.
April 10th, 2017
Ryan and Jameson are back after an educationally tumultuous few weeks. Comic/former SNL cast member/hiker/photographer/7-11 enthusiast Brooks Wheelan stops in, Ryan has the seminary finish line in his sights while Jameson continues to oppose his friend's life choices.
Photo credit: Robyn Von Swank
March 26th, 2017
Ryan & Jameson get positive with comic/self help guru Kate Wolff. How can comedy and self-improvement peacefully coincide? Can Kate be a comic and a nice person? Would R&J dominate her dance parties? Can her son Shane teach his mom to rap? All that and the origins of Ryan's tank top on this episode of Godspeed.
January 15th, 2017
Godspeed invites Joey Svendsen on the show. Joey is most famous for talking about his penis and being 1/3 of The Bad Christian Podcast. He is also the author of FundaMENTAList, a great read for anyone struggling with OCD, depression, legalism and organ envy. You can pick up his book at BadChristian.com
and tune into his podcast, Pastor With No Answers.
December 26th, 2016
Godspeed tracks down one of their favorite comedians Mark Normand. Do comics care about the PC conversation? What has Amy Schumer done for Mark's career? Is the stage the best place for an introvert? Oh and Merry Christmas ya filthy animals.
December 11th, 2016
Godspeed gets silly with comedian Sam Morril. You may recognize Morril from Conan, Colbert and a sketchy club in Scottsdale. Can comedians say whatever they want? Are some buttons too hot? Does Ryan have the chops to make it in New York? Is TJ Miller the hero we need? Did Jameson have a point? All that and Colin Jost.
December 11th, 2016
Ryan & Jameson visit Westworld, wonder what old people know that we don't and embrace robot culture. All that and your beige Volvo on this episode of Godspeed.
Books referenced: The Great Divorce by CS Lewis.