Each week, famed magician, comedian and best-selling author Penn Jillette is joined by co-hosts Michael Goudeau and Matt Donnelly, to discuss the news of the week. Goudeau, an Emmy winning writer and former clown, and Donnelly, a writer and producer, join Penn with very opinionated minds to examine pop-culture and entertainment, political and religious news, talk about monkeys, and anything else that seems funny or makes them mad in today's world. To access the entire Penn Jillette's Sunday School archive, go to PodcastOne.com.

LATEST EPISODE

Recreational Colonoscopy

Penn gets a taste of Jackson Juice, conducts a wedding, & performs as Pop The Magic Dragon for the first time.

1:11:24 9/17/2017

Past Episodes

Penn defends Joel Osteen & invents baseball. Notes on Fool Us! Episode 408, Jeff Ross at the Jerry Lewis memorial, & jai alai.
1:02:06 9/13/2017
Contrasting the hurricane strategies of Randi & Kramer. Vacation day clothes, a Rare & Inappropriate meal, Pop the Magic Dragon's night out, alliteration confusion, & ball cradling.
56:14 9/10/2017
Matt learns magic. Everybody hates PowerPoint. Asi Wind's thoughts on David Blaine's bullet catch. Salmon can't run, Jackie Vernon, unicorns of the sea, & bears on berries.
1:12:20 9/6/2017
Questions about a new digital clock in Show Creators Studios, Trump's charity pledge & Day of Prayer, Matt's political career, showering clowns, & people falling.
1:07:31 9/3/2017
More fudge, gators, Jason Aldean, the man who invented protein, & a mid-season review of Fool Us!
1:00:13 8/30/2017
Fudge at school, "Resist", & the 2017 eclipse, featuring Lawrence Krauss, a glowing mountain, & yoga.
59:58 8/27/2017
Matt apologizes for setting up Penn & Teller to fail. Goudeau sees a cow made of butter. We don't know anything, except for fair food.
1:02:07 8/23/2017
Penn's tribute to Jerry Lewis, & a sincere apology to the people of Newfoundland.
1:19:36 8/20/2017
Anne Buchanan (author of The Mermaid's Tale: Four Billion Years of Cooperation in the Making of Living Things) & Holly Dunsworth (Sociology & Anthropology department chair for the University of Rhode Island) tell us when we learned about where babies come from. Their argument has far-reaching implications against strict Darwinists & the religious.
53:38 8/16/2017

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