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Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler

a show about stuff guys love, brought to you by the ultimate guy's girl. join aisha tyler (archer, the talk, whose line is it anyway) and her iconoclastic guests for another season of uncensored, unapologetic rants on art, drinking, music, video games, sports, sex, self-destruction, mayhem, and getting sh*t done. plus the weekly installments of “self-inflicted wounds" and "the apologia." girl on guy is stuff. guys. love.
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Oct 8, 2013

join supernatural's jared padalecki and aisha for a rematch live at comic-con 2013 as they rant about sweating antihistamine, new york minutes, rejecting fame, geriatric zombies, selective disasters, entering the fishbowl, homoerotic fan art, nightmare casting directors, supernatural season 9, bros before hoes, and ceiling pipe pullups. plus jared pulls a he-man on the eurostar.

girl on guy promises the sequel is even better than the original.

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1 Comments
  • almost four years ago
    Kristin
    Thanks so much for redoing this interview! I love Jared and Supernatural and kind of felt like the first one was a little too focused on the fame, in a way ... it is great to hear more of him just talking about himself in a more relaxed way.