Ear Biscuits Season 3
Ear Biscuits Season 3
First Air Date: January 29, 2015
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3x33 Rhett & Link: Season 2 Finale (September 11, 2015)
In this special Season 2 Finale of Ear Biscuits, Rhett & Link answer questions from previous guests of the show, including Grace Helbig, Colleen Ballinger (and Miranda Sings), Joseph Garrett (Stampy Cat), Shay Carl, Hannah Hart, Hank Green and more. They discuss everything from their biggest failures, to their favorite things about each other, to what it takes to build a trusting personal and professional relationship. They also answer hard-hitting questions about becoming robots in the future, how much time they spend on their hair, and if they've ever seen each other's penises.
3x32 Louis Cole: How I Got Here (September 04, 2015)
Fearless adventure seeker, YouTuber, and vlogger, Louis Cole, best known from his channel FunForLouis, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss his passion for inspiring people to face their fears and break out of their comfort zones, why a court battle with the RSPCA lead him to abandon his original YouTube channel FoodForLouis and his videos of eating living things including a scorpion and tarantula, and how he prevented a full on gang brawl from breaking out inside of the double decker bus he drove around London.
3x31 Charles Trippy: How I Got Here (August 28, 2015)
Guinness World Record Holder for most consecutive daily vlogs on YouTube, and bass player for the American rock band We The Kings, Charles Trippy, joins Rhett & Link this week to talk about his motivation behind uploading daily vlogs to YouTube for going on seven consecutive years, how documenting his two brain tumors & subsequent surgeries became a therapeutic escape from a life-threatening situation, and his take on the widespread internet speculation surrounding his divorce from Alli Speed & the relationship with new girlfriend, Allie Wesenberg.
3x30 Laci Green: How I Got Here (August 21, 2015)
One of the most notable sex education and feminist activists on YouTube, Laci Green, joins Rhett & Link this week to talk about her experience growing up in a strict Mormon household, the motivation behind her successful MTV web series "Braless," and why she wound up playing such a major role in exposing the horrible truth behind the Sam Pepper scandal at the close of 2014.
3x29 The Gregory Brothers: How We Got Here (August 14, 2015)
The Gregory Brothers, the musical group known internet-wide for their viral series, "Auto-Tune the News," join Rhett & Link this week to talk about the path that led them to compose the theme song for the hit Netflix series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," the behind-the-scenes stories of auditioning for American Idol, and what it's like to work so closely on a regular basis with members of their own family.
3x28 Charlie McDonnell: How I Got Here (August 07, 2015)
YouTuber, Filmmaker, and one of the first Vloggers in the UK to reach 1 million subscribers, Charlie McDonnell, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss why he was scared into deleting a lot of his videos at the start of his YouTube career, his perspective on religion and why he identifies as an atheist, and how he met his girlfriend while working on a short film and the interesting time they spent at a topless beach.
3x27 Rhett & Link: Live (July 31, 2015)
In the very first live audience recording of "Ear Biscuits," Rhett & Link take questions from fans submitted both online and in-person. From hard-hitting questions about their childhood and current family lives, to queries about their professional success, to curiosities surrounding their personal favorites, Rhett & Link answer it all. Link discusses his former dream of becoming a famous weatherman, Rhett reminisces about the time he was attacked by a group of puppies, and they both express their overwhelming gratitude to the fans who got them where they are today.
3x26 KingBach: How I Got Here (July 24, 2015)
The world's most popular Vine comedian, Andrew Bachelor, known to fans as KingBach, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how he went from taking selfies in his bedroom to having nearly 13 million followers, why his Vine stardom helped launch his career in film and television, and the full story behind his hilarious proposal to Beyonce at a Clippers game.
3x25 Ingrid Nilsen: How I Got Here (July 17, 2015)
YouTube fashion and beauty guru, Ingrid Nilsen, known Internet-wide as MissGlamorazzi, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss her recent viral Coming Out video, how her vulnerable public announcement has affected her relationship with her friends, family, fans, and what it will ultimately mean for her brand. Later she addresses the rumors circulating the Internet about her romantic relationship with "My Drunk Kitchen" star, Hannah Hart.
3x24 Rhett & Link: Unlocking Genius (July 10, 2015)
In this special Rhett & Link-only episode, Rhett & Link discuss some of the rare cases of "Acquired Savant Syndrome," a diagnosis given to someone who sustains a terrible injury to their brain that miraculously unlocks a hidden genius, like the orthopedic surgeon who was struck in the head by lightning and was then able to masterfully play the piano, or the 20 year old Australian who was in a car accident that put him in a coma for one week only to wake up speaking fluent Mandarin. This fascinating conversation leads Rhett & Link to ask the question, does everyone have these hidden abilities buried in their brain, and if so, will we ever be able to unlock them?
3x23 Wassabi Productions: How We Got Here (July 03, 2015)
Roi Fabito and Alex Burriss, creators of the popular YouTube channel, Wassabi Productions, join Rhett & Link this week to discuss their experience growing up as Filipinos in North Carolina, the inspiration behind their most popular characters Richard and Rolanda, and how Roi recently decided they should move into separate places, but never actually explained to Alex why he wanted to do this... until now.
3x22 Mystery Guitar Man: How I Got Here (June 26, 2015)
YouTuber, filmmaker, and musician Joe Penna, known Internet-wide as Mystery Guitar Man, joins Rhett & Link to discuss how he adapted to life in America after emigrating from Brazil, why he gifted his second YouTube channel to his wife and son, and the incredible story of how getting hired by Rhett & Link to direct their "T-Shirt War" video saved him from homelessness in Los Angeles despite the near-catastrophic disaster that occurred after filming that video.
3x21 Steve Zaragoza: How I Got Here (June 19, 2015)
Comedian, vlogger, and Sourcefed co-host, Steve Zaragoza, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss what it was like growing up in a dangerous neighborhood with drive-by shootings and a halfway house next door, the path that took him from working retails jobs to becoming a full time host on Sourcefed, and how separating from his wife has been the most difficult thing he's ever had to endure.
3x20 Rhett & Link: Wal-Mart Stories (June 12, 2015)
In this special Rhett & Link-only episode, the guys talk about some of the strangest things that have occurred inside of a Walmart, including a guy who dressed up as a cow and stole 26 gallons of milk and a man who decided to go shopping for socks in the nude. They also share some of their personal Walmart stories, including the time Rhett stole a pack of batteries after remembering he'd left his infant son in the car.
3x19 Stampy Cat: How I Got Here (June 05, 2015)
Joseph Garrett, best known as the creator and voice of one of the most popular Minecraft avatars, Stampy Cat, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss the meticulous creative process and hours of preparation that go into what some people perceive as "just playing video games," why his investment in the education of his younger fans led to a partnership with Maker Studios and his new innovative show, Wonderquest, and how an online infatuation led to a real life romance.
3x18 Epic Lloyd: How I Got Here (May 29, 2015)
Lloyd Ahlquist, known internet-wide as Epic Lloyd and the co-creator of one of YouTube's most popular series, Epic Rap Battles of History, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss his transformation from a gymnast and athlete to an improv comedian and rapper, how he met the love of his life on tour, and what ERB fans have to look forward to in the very near future.
3x17 Sorted Food: How We Got Here (May 22, 2015)
Barry Taylor and Ben Ebbrell, two of the four founding members of one of the most popular food channels on YouTube, Sorted Food, join Rhett & Link this week to discuss the adolescent friendship that led to the creation of their channel, how interacting with their audience plays a significant role in setting them apart from other food-related entertainment, and the philosophy behind their "Lost and Hungry" tour where they'll be traveling all over the world and eating food at places recommended by their fans.
3x16 Rhett & Link: Bizarre Rites of Passage (May 15, 2015)
In this special Rhett & Link-only episode, the guys talk about some of the most intense and terrifying ceremonies, acts, and events that mark the transition from adolescence to adulthood around the world, and the extremely painful things people are willing to endure to gain the respect of their peers; including hunting lions with a spear, jumping from a platform 100 feet in the air, and wearing gloves filled with bullet ants.
3x15 Olga Kay: How I Got here (May 08, 2015)
Russian-American YouTuber, vlogger, and entrepreneur, Olga Kay, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how social media applications like SnapChat and Periscope are helping her reconnect with her audience, her fascinating background of growing up in a poor village in Crimea and joining the circus as a teenager, an emotional story of not seeing her family for seven years after she moved to America to tour with the Ringling Brothers, and a new book she's in the process of writing about a personal & controversial dating experiment.
3x14 Tay Zonday: How I Got Here (May 01, 2015)
Creator of "Chocolate Rain," one of the most popular songs the internet has ever heard, Tay Zonday, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss his early life and how he suffered from severe anxiety, & agoraphobia, the conception of Chocolate Rain, how he handled the whirlwind of instant fame, and how he was able to harness being laughed at by turning it into a career that he loves and continues to this day.
3x13 Corridor Digital: How We Got Here (April 24, 2015)
The founding directors and visual effects masterminds behind Corridor Digital, Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer, join Rhett & Link this week to discuss what inspired the viral video "Superman with a GoPro" and how they got away with using drones to film it, the innovative new series they directed "SnapperHero" that was exclusively on Snapchat, and the "wildcard," a concept they created to help solve arguments that occur on set between creative duos.
3x12 Anna Akana: How I Got Here (April 17, 2015)
Vlogger, Comedian, Actress, and Director, Anna Akana, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss the very emotional story of her sister's suicide in 2007 and the impact it has on how she lives her everyday life, what her experience was like dating Equals Three creator and one-time YouTube chart topper, Ray William Johnson, and the effect his fame had on their relationship, and why she chose to break her vow to be single for a year.
3x11 Kassem G: How I Got Here (April 10, 2015)
Comedian, YouTube content creator, and Co-Founder of Maker Studios, Kassem G, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how moving from Saudi Arabia to the U.S. shaped him as a young child, why a paranoid fear of getting murdered on the Venice Boardwalk halted the production of one of his most popular series, and the effect that the $500 million sale of Maker to Disney had on his outlook on content creation.
3x10 Rhett & Link: Weirdest Science Experiments (April 03, 2015)
In this special Rhett & Link-only episode, the guys have an "extended Good Mythical Morning style" discussion about some of the weirdest scientific experiments ever conducted. From the Milgram experiment on obedience to electrifying a human corpse like Frankenstein, the listener will not only get to hear interesting details about these bizarre, and even controversial, experiments, but they'll also ask the question: how far are we willing to experiment in the name of progress?
3x09 Bart Baker: How I Got Here (March 27, 2015)
YouTube's reigning king of music video parodies, Bart Baker, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how he got his start working for Jerry Springer and making videos in the porn industry, what he really thinks of the musicians he parodies, and why he laughs when reading the large amount of hateful comments directed toward him on his channel. Is there more to Bart Baker than the harshly parodic persona he's built a career on? You be the judge.
3x08 Markiplier: How I Got Here (March 20, 2015)
Gamer, vlogger, and creator of one of the fastest growing YouTube channels, Markiplier, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss the art of creating viral "Let's Play" videos- walking the line between performance and reality, his emotional final moments with his father, and the extreme impact caused by his decision to share so much of his personal life with his fans.
3x07 Alexis Ohanian: How I Got Here (March 13, 2015)
Entrepreneur, author, and co-founder of reddit, Alexis Ohanian, joins Rhett & Link this week to talk about how a Waffle House in Virginia played an important role in the creation of one of the most popular websites in the world, the gravity associated with protecting the internet as a level playing field, and what reddit reveals about the current state of social interaction.
3x06 Steve Kardynal: How I Got Here (March 06, 2015)
Comedian, YouTuber, and Chatroulette sensation, Steve Kardynal, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss his unorthodox approach to creating YouTube content, receiving a bottle of champagne from Miley Cyrus, and how trying on his sister's bikini in a basement would eventually lead to some of the most popular videos the internet has ever seen.
3x05 Rhett & Link: Sports (February 27, 2015)
In this special Rhett & Link-only episode, the guys take a trip down memory lane to share their experiences with recreational sports from childhood to parenthood. Rhett discusses how being successful in sports helped shape him into the person he is today, while Link examines his sports experiences as a case study in anxiety. From basketball, to soccer, to baseball, and golf--the listener will hear about the first punch Rhett ever threw, how he had a tantrum in a basketball game that lead to a broken toe, and why Link received the most massive wedgie of all time.
3x04 Josh Sundquist: How I Got Here (February 20, 2015)
Paralympian, Bestselling author, and YouTube personality, Josh Sundquist, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how his battle with cancer at age nine and subsequent loss of his leg has impacted the way he lives his life, the importance he places on traveling around the world as a motivational speaker, the deeper meaning behind his new book "We Should Hang Out Sometime," and why his unique halloween costumes have "won the Internet."
3x03 DeStorm Power: How I Got Here (February 13, 2015)
Musician, Comedian, Entertainer, YouTube personality, Viner, and all around Renaissance man, DeStorm Power, sits down with Rhett & Link this week to talk about the hardships associated with growing up in poverty in the Baltimore projects, living in the New York City subway system to follow his dreams in the music industry, how a gig as a personal trainer led to a successful career on YouTube, and why his Vine status allows him unprecedented access to a world that the majority of us never get to experience.
3x02 Lee Newton: How I Got Here (February 06, 2015)
Co-host of popular news-based YouTube channel, Sourcefed, Lee Newton, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how a joke led to landing a spot in the Maxim Top 100, her lifetime struggle with potentially fatal heart-related health issues, and what happened when she completely and totally embarrassed herself in the middle of a Target.
3x01 Rainn Wilson: How I Got Here (January 30, 2015)
SoulPancake Co-Founder and star of 'The Office,' Rainn Wilson, joins Rhett & Link this week to discuss how he prepared for his dramatic role on his new FOX show, 'Backstrom,' his adolescent struggle with and current devotion to his Baha'i faith, and his personal collection of animals including a zonkey (donkey-zebra hybrid)named Derek.