Preparing for its first month hiatus, Harmontown goes for a big blow out that tackles the usual; racism, censorship, health, mortality etc. Spencer returns for D&D to promote Friendship & Cigarettes.
Following the 826LA charity event, Mayor Harmon is met by an agent of compromise when a psychologist takes the stage. Later, Erin McGathy attempts her first Dungeon Mastering in D&D!
The Harmontown dream team; Dan Harmon, Jeff Bryan Davis, Erin McGathy, Mitch Hurwitz and Kumail Nanjiani recap SXSW; Fred Phelps death bed and later, Spencer returns for a roaring session of D&D!
From Austin, TX, Harmontown is live from the Liberty Tavern and SXSW. Bonus audio from the Q & A following the premiere of the "Harmontown" documentary.
Mayor Harmon tearfully reflects on the passing of Harold Ramis and while the Academy Awards ceremony takes place mere blocks away, Harmontown hosts its own Oscars special.
Mayor Harmon becomes label mates with Ice-T, which spurs Comptroller Jeff Davis into having Dan rattle off all his impressions. Mitch Hurwitz joins the group and when Spencer is out for the week, an abstract game of D&D ensues.
Net Neutrality activist Eddie Geller shines a light onto how our rights online are on their way out. This, naturally, agitates Mayor Harmon's disenchantment with bureaucracy and capitalism. Meanwhile, Comptroller Jeff Davis and Kumail Nanjiani attempt to come up with something better to call it than "net neutrality."
Mayor Harmon has some qualms with Uber, we check in with Adam Goldberg and SuperEgo's Matt Gourley settles a dispute during D&D.
Harmontown does the 13th annual San Francisco Sketchfest, gets a drop in from Mystery Science Theater 3000's Joel Hodgson and later on, the show goes straight Maury Povich.
Harmontown commemorates Phillip Seymour Hoffman, discusses happiness, takes a Sports Corner break and in Pathfinder, Laan-Ev introduces the gang to his friends.
Guest Comptroller Mitch Hurwitz does his best to help Mayor Harmon and Kumail Nanjiani ridicule Rob Schrab as he tries to celebrate 20 years of his comic book SCUD: The Disposable Assassin. In D&D, Sharpie and Laan-ev go to blows.
Mayor Harmon is joined by Alie & Georgia of the Slumber Party podcast to defend the constitutional rights of Justin Bieber. In D&D, Sharpie doesn't like Lineve's tone.
A mysterious package sparks a conversation about gender roles in our society; and upon colonizing the moon, is it even possible to raise children gender neutral? Later, Jeff shares kind of a f****d up story.
Mayor Harmon and his Comptroller Jeff Davis return from Scotland where Dan proposed to Erin McGathy. Then, uhh, Mitch Hurwitz, Harris Wittels, Kumail Nanjiani and Steve Agee join the stage... stop reading and get in here!
It's the last Harmontown of 2013, get ready for some Christmas magic. Anatoly gets on stage nearly nude, Duncan Trussell talks Christmas as a mushroom cult, Adam Goldberg nearly murders everyone, Jeff Davis hates Paul McCartney and Rob Schrab jumps in on D&D. Happy Holidays and we'll see you next year!
Mayor Harmon brings Arrested Development's creator Mitch Hurwitz on stage to talk shop about TV. Later Kumail returns and the whole thing ends with an epic D&D session. Quit reading already and press play!
Mayor Harmon jumps right into a drop in from original Saturday Night Live cast member Laraine Newman which merges into a visit from controversial author Dr. Chris Ryan to delves into polygamy and the very nature of our sexuality. In D&D, Spencer gives up.
In conjunction with Adult Swim and Starburns Industries, HARMONTOWN Live at Largo Coronet Theatre! Featuring Justin Roiland, John Oliver and Sarah Chalke! (Presented in 128kbps Stereo)
After some women demonstrate foot fetish techniques that audibly won't make any sense to you, dear listener, the enigmatic Brody Stevens joins Harmontown for the first time. Later, Mayor Harmon is inducted into a prestigious alliance and Kumail returns to D&D after a month long hiatus. It's a beautiful sprawling Harmontown, come on down.
For the second time in Harmontown history a bottle of moonshine appears. It's Integrity vs. dishonesty, Baby Boomers vs. Gen X'ers vs. Millennials, it's Mayor Harmon vs. the bathroom at Meltdown Comics, it's Adam vs. Levi, it's Harmontown vs. the world!
In the wake of Lou Reed's passing, in which this episode is dedicated to; a sad, stripped down, sleepy and introspective Velvet Harmontown. Plus, the introduction of Harmontown's new character "Johnny Jackhammer." In DnD, the gang is helpless to watch Yearch "less than zero."
The room is packed with Communicon fans and two of them are asked by Mayor Harmon to come on stage and discuss a recent internet exchange about why they feel Dan should "stop talking." A lengthy game of D&D then ensues.
Mayor Harmon is joined once again by guest Rob Schrab and Erin McGathy plays the role of Comptroller. Spontaneous combustion, peeing your pants and letters from reddit await you in this weeks Harmontown!
Mayor Harmon tries to examine our ethical boundaries, but when that sounds too much like going to bat for pedophiles, everyone starts high fiving themselves for not wanting to do it with babies
Don Cheatle's speech at the Emmys leaves Mayor Harmon pondering. Also, spider monsters, the Beef Fungus Bill game and co-creator of Channel 101 Rob Schrab sits in on D&D!
Rejoice! Kumail is back and joins Dan and Jeff on stage along with comedians John Roy, James Adomian and the entire front row.
The Mayor uses his iHarmon to knock down an entire show agenda that includes topics like Premium Gas and what Harmontown should do this year for Halloween when Comptroller Jeff Davis says no to his idea for 15 minutes straight. Later, Erin doesn't understand Grand Theft Auto V and an attractive man in a wheel chair joins the stage for a game of Pathfinder!
Mayor Harmon, now equipped with his trusty new invention, is joined by Johnny Pemberton to break down prank phone calls. Afterwards a visit from "The Tumor Lady" and then later on, the topic of fishing for compliments becomes a major issue for everyone on stage. Mostly Erin, who challenges Spencer in this nearly lost episode.
Mayor Harmon issues an edict to wait staff, proclaims his eternal love for Erin and signs off on gay weddings.
In the middle of working on Community 501, a very tired Mayor Harmon takes to a crowd of Harmenians and revels in their eccentricities. In D&D, an Ogre cums.
Mayor Pet psychology is discussed. Then the usual topics of race and terrorism. Then crap gets real about anarchy on the moon.
Mayor Harmon has got nothing. This prompts Kumail and Erin to join the stage for some dream interpretation and penis trauma. In D&D, Sharpie dies.
Harmon talks to Matt Dwyer about being a better interviewer than Mayor Harmon, who no longer needs to be good at anything because he survived an endoscopy. In D&D: Frost Giant politics.
Mayor Harmon strives to understand whether or not he's a 9/11 conspiracy theorist with special guest James Urbaniak. Also: race and stuff.
New editions of Things Dan Can't Complain About and Connor's Conundrums, a chat with aneurysm survivor Siike and a violent fight with Spencer about "meta gaming."
Mayor Harmon has nothing to discuss so he opens it to the floor. Super powers are debated. Gifts are given. A special guest returns to D&D.
Titanic Sinclair and Mars Argo help examine the internet's war on the self. Comptroller McGathy refs a game of "Spencer or Goldberg" between Mayor Harmon and Kumail.
In which it asserted by Harmontown, that Fathers are important. Guest starring Spencer's Dad.
Mayor Harmon tells us how to not write. Also discussed: Wikileaks, Disabilities, Ben Affleck and puppies.
Mayor Harmon explains why an episode was lost; soon to be uncontextually quoted frivolity ensues. Jeff reveals he's psychic; Kumail's resultant bewilderment preempts D&D.
Mayor Harmon and Guest Comptroller Goldthwait examine their own bodies, Dan's drinking, Jeremy Piven, Bigfoot and their likely deaths by significant other. In D&D, the heroes continue to fight their shadow selves.
An all around provocapalooza surrounding language, race, religion, science, bugs, moms and fake dinosaurs. In D&D, the characters awake in Ye Olde Arena Milieu.
After a well meaning stranger poisons the audience with beef fungus, Chinese Ironman, Eddie Murphy, John Landis and Yakov Smirnoff are discussed. In D&D, everyone dies.
Mayor Harmon, sore from softball practice, enlists the aid of Duncan Trussell and Greg Proops to keep the meeting moving. Topics include virtual reality, dead mothers and Jaws 4. In Dungeons and Dragons, Erin summons her first monkey.
Mayor Harmon finds out about terrorism after everyone else. Plus: cake making, tentanus, Kumail, and making love to spiders!
In which Mayor Harmon explores everything that's already been explored about the topics of Road House, Roger Ebert and Skeletor. Plus: Kumail Nanjiani, Drunk Spencer and the final word on nipple size.
Bobcat Goldthwait returns with his friend Robin Williams and an amazingly sad story from a very dark carnival. Then, Robin and Bobcat leave, and it's kind of hard to follow them, so Mayor Harmon plays D&D and talks to a girl about sexism or something.
In honor of the 50th episode, Harmon drinks too much five hour energy, Genevieve Pearson teaches us to fabricate reality and Kumail proposes to three-time-wife Emily. D&D is bunch of garbage, but then, and, admittedly, this is Harmon saying this, but: BEST RAP EVER. Enjoy.
Man versus lion, Space Jam versus Goonies, Leprechaun versus his own sexuality. Brian W. Collins retires his horror movie blog. Kumail Nanjiani and the rest of the D&D party finish their battle with specific parts of a dragon.
Featuring Doug Benson and Kumail Nanjiani. Topics include Gene Hackman, emphysema, sharks, cereal, Thalidomide, Wreck it Ralph, burn victims, Dracula, Special Olympics, regular Olympics, Bruce Villanch, missing electronics and law enforcement. The D&D party flirts with sleep studies, then fights a dragon.
Mayor Harmon suggests a new, fecal approach to morality. Other topics include Halle Berry, Superman and accents. In D&D, the gang runs afoul of snake men and each other.
'Rick and Morty' writer Ryan Ridley drops by, 'Real Abed' Gheith pitches his insane restuarant and Kumail Nanjiani reveals secrets to brown acting. In D&D: the party climbs into a hole.
A discussion of hygiene heats up with Kumail Nanjiani, then boils over when Bobcat Goldthwait drops by. In D&D, zombies attack while Quark engages in advanced animal husbandry. This fabulous episode is unedited so we will just warn you of a small glitch with the mayor's mic a few minutes in that lasts but a moment.
After a few false starts, it turns out Mayor Harmon may be suffering from a show-threatening case of homecoming confidence, but when special guests D.C Pierson and Kumail Nanjiani join, the meeting erupts into an awesome discussion of drugs, religion, Spencer, Hannibal Lechter and octopus sex. In D&D: Sharpie and Mulraine seal the deal.
Looking back on his tour, non-heroic Mayjor Harmon asks what have I learned (spoiler: he doesn't know) with friends Bobcat Goldthwait, Marc Maron and Duncan Trussell in an epic show at L.A's Egyptian Theater.
The tour ends at the golden gate, where freedom to live is achieved by getting drunk, talking nonsense, meeting strangers and, well, you know the forumla.
Mayoral Master Harmon strides boldly across the return threshold and declares Spencer God. Then he raps and dicks around with people in the audience. It doesn't sound like much on paper but it's a pretty great episode.
Harmontown is reborn in a strange land of complex liquor laws, polarized religion and Kevin Nealon photos. Plus: Sports Corner, Fart Corner, odor dating and weird rants!
High atop the nation, in Omlette Country, Comptroller Davis returns. Topics include cheese sticks, sports, beat boxing, dungeons, dragons and crazy people.
Kansas finds itself at the center of the biggest disaster since Dorothy's twister when Mayor Harmon and Erin McGathy conduct the worst town meeting of the tour. This episode is unedited because I have no idea what I'd cut without cutting the entire thing.
Mayor Harmon and Guest Comptroller McGathy interface with Twin Town from injured tendon to badly placed sound effect. Former Dead Alewives member Sean McKenna raps. Joyfully unedited episode.
Atonement turns to struggle within a dark cavern. Dan's friend loses an appendage. His Improv mentor is there, but Jeff is leaving?! The audience shouts weird things! Latinos are everywhere!
Mayor Harmon starts Atoning With The Father when he presents a day in his fantasy TV writer life, confronts a drunk Darth Vader, then adopts a 15 year old version of himself. The night ends with an impromptu rap battle before new Harmenian Kahleel takes the throne.
In honor of his Midwestern heritage, The Mayor puts a town meeting straight up the middle and over the plate, with sports talk, a cosmic meditation and an in depth discussion of science and religion with some of Indiana's greatest, drunkest minds!
The Harmontown tour "meets its goddess" in a featureless black box theatre, where Dan cries, arouses himself, tells a joke and gets in a fight with Erin. Unedited episode.
The mayor and comptroller spend their night in the X Files capitol investigating ghosts, aliens, incest and 9-11 before playing D&D with all black people.
Mayor Harmon used the country's smallest state to tackle the country's biggest issues - suicide and race - before remembering someone double booked the room so he has to leave.
Mayor Harmon and Comptroller Davis begin the show like any other - discussing the city's auto theft statistics. What comes next is 80+ minutes of insanity, featuring Adam Goldberg's brothers, Erin and Dan's sex life and much, much, sooooo much more.
New York's biggest borrough rolls out the longest red carpet in Harmoncountry yet. Jeff and Dan improvise a Black Mexican guest's screenplay. Jason Sudeikis drops by and jumps into D&D with astonishing vigor. Dan does a bad job of supporting Erin's PMS, then stage dives.
A quiet military bunker in Charlotte known as The Comedy Zone is the site of a kinder, gentler town meeting than Nashville's booze-drenched hootenanny. Mayor Harmon attempts to write a constitution and learns about the deep seated, low-stakes conflict between the Carolinas. In D&D, the band reunites aboard a spaceship and Erin shames a loud lady.
Mayor Harmon chooses Music City, USA as the place to enter the "drunk Brian Wilson" phase of his podcasting career. Is his mistake the pre-show Jaggerbombs or the mid-show moonshine? In any case, let this episode stand as a cautionary tale.
Mayor Harmon regales the "Paris of Georgia" with historic knowledge, general trivia and mad rapping science. Topics include his armpits and race.
What else would Mayor Harmon discuss in Austin other than Politics, Mexican food, Hey Yah by Outkast and pooping? In D&D: a friend's dark secret is revealed.
Mayor Harmon begins his tour feeling way more insecure than the kind-hearted heroes of a new city. A Harmontown theme with an awesome hook starts getting workshopped. In D&D, the heroes fight â�¦cylinders.
Harmontown's last show before the tour becomes a star studded bon voyage. Eric Idle teaches Dan to write songs, Patton Oswalt teaches him the meaning of fear and Ryan Stiles teaches him that fighting displacer beasts takes 45 minutes.
An impromptu Fellowship of the Nerds is assembled to explain how to break The Hobbit into three movies. Jury duty stories! Adam Goldberg's roommate!
Mayor Harmon does his Bane impression and practices getting booed in various cities for the upcoming tour. In D&D: the heroes finally encounter Sharpie's dad.
Note: the audience was not mic'd this episode. More horrible rapping, a new character named Big Red, a phone call to Chevy Chase and a conversation with Adam Goldberg. In D&D: our heroes fall into a pit!
Mayor Harmon comes up spittin' decidedly unmad fire. We meet a mysterious lady in the audience that can only say "no." No D&D this week but Spencer rules the day just the same. Adam Goldberg takes a swipe at having a segment. Dan raps EVEN MORE. New Harmenian "Misha" takes the stage and does some standup. Dan and Jeff rap battle!
Dan reads from his magical adolescent journals, casting a magical spell of adolescent depression over the entire audience and the dungeons and dragons session. So he brings up a depressed Harmenian and attempts to cure him. But by then he's pretty drunk.
It's election night fever when Dan and Jeff realize that the episode will air long after the election. Clearly a devout Democrat, Dan complains about his hired help before bringing up a real live woman to referee history's least informed Harry Potter trivia competition. Plus: transitional D&D! Freestyle rapping! Not knowing how to end the show!
It's a Jareth-palooza as Harmenians descend on Hollywood dressed as David Bowie in Labyrinth for Halloween. Other topics include almost nothing!
Dan has nothing, so he answers twitter questions. Adam Goldberg takes over the show, then, Dan interviews ethnic people. Plus: in D&D world: the party levels up!
An unflinching examination of Dan's mustache absorption becomes a flinching examination of Harmontown regular Adam Goldberg. Plus: special guest Steve Agee drops by for a discussion of airline food and the ridiculous infiltration of Admiral Darkstar's stronghold.
Dan complains about things he's not allowed to complain about, then outs himself as the world's laziest gay rights and medical marijuana advocate. Plus, in D&D world: nothing happens!
Special guest Greg Proops returns! The question of what happens after you die remains unanswered, but tangents include mental illness, poverty and misunderstood Van Halen lyrics. Meanwhile, in D&D world, Sharpie and Quark claim their Embermauler bounty, buy horses and do improv in a forest with an old unicorn friend.
The first appearance of Greg Proops provokes a fit of Mayor Harmon's pointless political rants and a D&D adventure that shall forever be remembered as involving unicorn pee.
Mayor Harmon and Guest Comptroller Erin McGathy discuss Knight Rider, Alf and anxiety, then play a quick round of Dungeons and Dragons before getting into a huge fight about movies and breaking up.
A discussion of the clarinet and nine eleven is briefly interrupted by an amazing D&D adventure before proceeding into an indictment of the Hugo Awards and concluding with a demonstration of how hard it is to conclude.
Mayor Harmon grapples with fame and exposes The Family Feud; Comptroller Davis grapples with and exposes Harmon's shocking inability to tell jokes and the roleplaying Adventures of Sharpie and Quark begin.
An especially antsy crowd turns Harmontown's meeting into a flippin' town meeting, pushing our fearless leader from musings on infidelity to contemplations of suicide. Plus: Dungeonmaster Spencer unveils the boys' characters!
Sometimes it happens. Sometimes an innocent story about junior high proceeds down a road of perversion straight to where the sun doesn't shine. Also: Spencer collects info for Harmon and Davis' D&D characters, and special guest Rob Schrab tells a story...about his butt.
Jeff blows the whistle on NASA's secret agenda and Dan blows surprise guest Chris Hardwick!
A discussion of something the Scottish call a "Wizard Sleeve" is ever-so-briefly interrupted by racism, robots, and a visit from something Erin McGathy calls a "game corner."
An unusually quiet night in Harmontown gives way to eruptions of arm wrestling, wolf hunting, dungeon mastering and child abuse.
While Jeff Davis works abroad, Guest Comptroller Erin McGathy ("This Feels Terrible") joins Mayor Harmon for an in depth look at overrated masterpieces, passive aggressive text messages and how to destroy someone else's relationship on stage.
It's a special night at Harmontown when Mayor Harmon decides the goal is to "achieve weightlessness" and establish Harmontown's real purpose. One hour, thirty tangents, two emails from Harmon's big brother and that goal remains unachieved, but a legendary theme park death does finally get its own theme song.