SN4:EP6 “Sex Toilets”
Casing City Creek Center with Connie Daly, a retired Rhode Island school administrator, relationship sage, and spinner of some wild stories from the trenches of American education about sex toilets and sheep mutilation.
S4:EP5 “Mormon Zoo”
In which @meggietroili, artist, musician, organizer of happenings, takes Andy to Salt Lake’s Hogle Zoo. The two experience western caged wildlife dosed with underage drinking PSAs.Become a Patron!
SN4:EP4 “Tool and Die”
John Florence, host of KRCL’s “A Brand New Day” (weekdays 6-10am on KRCL 90.9FM), walks Andy through Sutherland’s, John’s favorite local hardware store. Andy picks up an Oklahoma accent, reveals the healing power of the “shath,” and the two explore the merits of the latest digital mousetrap.
SN4:EP3 “Boat Act”
Tim Duffy, comedian, writer guy for Comedy Central, takes Andy along on his daily commute from Staten Island into the city. Read More
SN4:EP2 “Sweat Lodge”
Adrian Lambrinos invited me to a sweat lodge ceremony in April and it was such a powerful experience it shut me up for about 9 months. This is my attempt to take you through it with me. Glad to be back.
SN4:EP1 “Clip Show”
Preview of Andy’s new standup album. Roundup of where WtA has been the last few months and where it’s wandering next. Read More
SN3:EP2 “Slightly Dating”
A trip to Wal-Mart, a recent MS diagnosis, sobriety, dating in recovery, and a reconciliation with Lauryn Bunker. We spend a lot of time talking in my car, yelling and trading stories. Read More
SN3:EP1 “Famous Last Worlds”
Andy sets the stage for the first season of Wandering the Aisles. A trip to the Mormon Goodwill, known in Utah as “Deseret Industries,” with photographer Natalie Simpson. Read More
SN1:EP2 “Child Power”
Livia Scott is not only a freakishly funny and compassionate person, who I was stoked to get to spend an afternoon in Prospect Park with, she also offers a compelling theory about my childhood that helped me find my inner 2nd-grader’s Walter White. Read More
SN1:EP1 “Living out Loud”
The inaugural episode of this podcast. (Originally “What’s Your Yarn Worth? w/ Andy Farnsworth.”) An honest, unvarnished conversation with James Greco: painter, inner monologue coach, and person I respect and love a whole lot. Read More
SN4:EP7 “Burnt On Wonder”
The erudite Brian Earl: comedian, improv genius, and savant, guides Andy through the Willy Wonkian aisles of Standard Restaurant Supply in Salt Lake City. (Where all the restaurants get their stuff.) The perils of first dates for comedians, drinking out of shoes, Dad jokes as population control.