Zane Larue and Colin J. Morris are on the show to catch up. We talk about our moods and emotions as they relate to alcohol and other substances. We also discuss the frustrations of working with a partner in all creative endeavors. In closing, we talk about how to express anger and stay professional.
Nikki Wantz is on the show. She tells one of the grossest stories ever told on this podcast. We also discuss how the amount of food waste in this country pisses us off. In closing, Greg Kashmanian drops in to argue with Nikki about Star Wars.
Jacob Bunney is on the show. He fantasizes about being a vigilante. He has done the research as well. He's also against the idea of marriage. In closing, romantic comedies stink.
Ron Swallow is on the show. He had a rough childhood that enabled him for adulthood but it doesn't stop the crushing feeling of loneliness.
Andrew Duvall was the very first guest on St. Anger. See what a difference a year makes when Andrew and Paul sit down and catch up.
Riley Silverman is on the show. We talk about the role hormones can play in terms of controlling anger. Along with that, we discuss having to eat it when you're angry, recognizing when you're hangry and staying off social media.
Andy Sell returns to the show and he is fired up. We talk about the current state of affairs in the U.S. government and the relationship between father and son. In conclusion, get ready to fight.
Monika Smith is on the show. She learned to deal with her anger at an early age. We talk about the difficulty of making time for yourself, how to heighten other emotions and movies. In closing, out of war comes Nutella.
Jenn Scott is on the show. She talks about developing a 'funny/cute' persona to deal with life and anger. Also, fuck bumper stickers.
Jason Van Glass is on the show. He talks about the experience he had inside a sensory deprivation tank. We close with how he thinks movies are boring.
Regan Talleh is on the show. She gives the perspective of managing and expressing anger as a single mother working in show business.
No guest this week. I just want to talk to you for ten minutes if that's cool.
Daniel Emmons is on the show. He tells the story of a fight he got into with a guy in a pizza place his family owned. He also hates capitalism and found footage movies.
Scott Luhrs is on the show. He hates race people. Class warfare is imminent.
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Rena Hundret is on the show. Don't call her sweetie. She hates that.
Gerard Dean Peters is on the show. He is driven mad by sexism and aggression towards women. He also served in the army and that has helped him control his temper.
Kelly Nugent is on the show this week to have a deeply intimate conversation about letting people down, being angry at circumstance and the neurotic behavior we take part in.
Matt Crawford joins the show. This is the election decompression episode. Matt re-calls the anger when Bush Jr. was elected. Matt also hates Andie McDowell.
Abdul Choudhury is on the show. He is full of motivation and he is going to give us all a lesson in how to achieve our goals.
Jeremy Bassett is on the show. The world is on fire but let the kids keep dancing.
Cam Evans is on the show. We talk about some football. Then we talk about all the stress and frustration that is brought on by spending, making and saving money.
Sean Grant is on the show to talk about race, religion, whether people are being authentic when showing public recognition and the time he bombed at The Apollo.
Michael Longfellow is on the show. Anger doesn't come naturally to him but self doubt does. We talk about that and other things.
Brian Blank is on the show. Brian talks about going to war with his adopted older brother and the time an audience member cracked him after a comedy. Through it all, Brian stays mellow through the power of blunts, classical music and showers.