Jolene Bolinger!
Jolene Bolinger!

Jolene joined us for the coming together of the two Murder, She Wrote podcasts! Twas glorious.

Jolene hosts the utterly fantastic Murder, She Podcast where she (along with a new guest each episode) watch each and every episode of Murder, She Wrote ever. She has had some pretty stellar guests including Steele Saunders and Dan St. Germain. You can follow all her MSW related thinkings on Twitter @murdershepod

Jolene is hilarious, gorgeous and a wonderful cook (she brought us a delicious tray of muffins when she came over. to record). If she weren't so goddamned nice we'd hate her for being so perfect. 

Molly McAleer!
Molly McAleer!

This insanely talented woman joined us on Murder, We Spoke to help us break down the Friends parody episode of Murder, She Wrote. Yes, there is a Friends parody episode of Murder, She Wrote and it is exquisite. 

Molls (as the cool kids call her) is overflowing with ideas, talent and funny so you can find her work in plenty of places. She has an amazing advice podcast called Plz Advise you absolutely need to check out. Her tumblr, brilliantly titled, is MollsSheWrote. Molls is also the first author we have ever had on the podcast! Be sure to check out her eBook entitled, "The Alcoholic Bitch Who Ruined Your Life" which is also available on Audible as read by Molls herself! Naturally, she is also on Twitter @molls. We had so much fun and know you guys really enjoyed the ep, too, so be sure to bring more Molls into your life.

Thomas McNab!
Thomas McNab!

The official fourth chair of PLP, Thomas McNab joined us via Skype all the way from Merry Old England! 

Follow him on Twitter @LGBTom for great PLL theories that we will then inevitably read on the podcast. You can also dig deeper into the Tom's brain on his blog, appropriately titled tomsbrain

Chelsea White & Sue Funke of CAbernet And A!
Chelsea White & Sue Funke of CAbernet And A!

The wonderful and hilarious hosts of CAbernet And A joined us in the podcast crossover event the world has been waiting for! 

Chelsea and Sue not only host their own fabulous PLL podcast, CAbernet and A but they are both hilarious even when not talking about Shower Harvey. Be sure to check them out on Twitter at @TheChelseaWhite and @SueFunke, respectively. Both are even known to do some awesome stand-up from time to time. Bottom line, you need some Funke & White in your life.

Marco Sparks!
Marco Sparks!

Marco was the very first guest we ever had on Murder, We Spoke! He is a through and through JB Fletch expert and we could not have had more fun having him on!

Not only does he know Murder, She Wrote up and down but he co-hosts the amazingly popular PLL podcast Bros Watch PLL Too and an awesome Star Wars podcast called Greedo Shot First. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @marcosparks for all his thoughts on PLL and Murder, She Wrote! 

Amber Kenny!
Amber Kenny!

The episode entitled "Pretty Isn't The Point" saw a bonkers dance routine so it was only fitting that Amber Kenny of Liquid Feet helped us break it all down!

You know Amber as one of the hosts of The Longshot Podcast which should be atop your list of podcasts each week. It is one the most consistently funny and jokingly genuine (if that makes any sense) podcasts out there. 

Amber is a very gifted stand-up comedian as well. You should follow our lead and get lost in the videos on her website AmberKenny.com. You can see her performing with her dance troupe Liquid Feet, watch her web series "Classy Parties" as well as get a taste of some of her hilarious stand-up. From there you can also keep tabs on her to make sure you get to see her live! It is about time you developed a slightly unhealthy obsession with Amber Kenny. She deserves it.

Ervin Ross!
Ervin Ross!

The episode was season five's "Over a Barrel" and we were lucky enough to be joined by the very funny and talented Ervin Ross!

If you watch good TV then you have seen this good man. He has been on The Mindy Project, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Parks and Recreation, Happy Endings... You know what, you know what IMDb is, just go there because its a long list. Basically, you've seen him before and you will see him again. 

Be sure to keep up with Ervin by following him on Twitter at @ErvinRoss. Go like his Facebook Fan Page. He is an incredibly hilarious and great dude so just take him in whenever and wherever you can!

Julia WD Harrison!
Julia WD Harrison!

It was an utter pleasure to have Julia help us break down "Through a Glass, Darkly." Julia did her homework and watched hours of PLL before even coming on! Her dedication should inspire us all.

You heard the episode (and if you didn't then get from here and go listen!) so you know how funny she is. Don't miss a thing of hers. You can follow her on Twitter. You can see her on Instagram. You can take her in six seconds at a time on Vine

She works for the All Things Comedy podcast network. So head over there and download some amazing podcasts like "Do You Need a Ride? with Chris Fairbanks and Karen Kilgariff" that Julia just happens to work on. 

Kira Soltanovich!
Kira Soltanovich!

Kira came by for a PLP Retro episode to help us review the much ballyhooed Adam Lambert Halloween special!

The first thing you need to know about Kira is that she is f***ing hilarious. You need to see her stand-up. Go to her website, www.KiraComedy.com, to find all her dates. You can thank us later. Usually people just say that, but we mean it.

Not only is she a phenomenal stand-up comedian but she hosts her own podcast, The Kira Soltanovich Show. It is a show where she talks with other comedians who are also parents. It is funny and fascinating. If you haven't heard her stand-up or listened to her podcast (and shame on you, by the way) you are still probably familiar with her work. She was the voice of the talking photo booth on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for many years. The longest running (non-Jay) bit in the show's history! Just follow her on Twitter and don't miss a thing from Mother Funny Kira!

Pamela Murphy!
Pamela Murphy!

Pam helped us with the very first PLP Retro episode where we went back and covered "The First Secret" aka the very first Halloween episode!

She is an amazing improv performer. You can find all the details on upcoming events at Murphy Please. She is one of the shining stars of the UCB Theater so you can always find her there, too. And if you are visiting Los Angeles your sightseeing should go: 1. Hollywood sign 2. Disneyland 3. Pamela Murphy. In fact, you can skip the Hollywood sign. 

Pam has seemingly made a habit out of going on podcasts and making them eminently better for it (just like she did for us). I would recommend her appearances on Comedy Bang! Bang! They're fucking hilarious. You should follow her on Twitter @MurphyPlease to not miss a thing. Now, go. 

Mike Schmidt!
Mike Schmidt!

Mike helped us tackle the episode with the unnecessarily long title "No One Here Can Love or Understand Me" in which we FINALLY learn Melissa's secret after a season and a half of it being teased. It totally isn't worth it.

Mike is the Mark Twain of podcasting and you can hear why we call him that every week on his podcast The 40 Year Old Boy. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll learn, you'll laugh a lot more. This will quickly become one of your favorite podcasts. 

Mike also has a stand-up album and when he does tour it is absolutely something you need to see. You can find all of Mike's goodness at his website MikeSchmidtComedy.com

Chris Mancini!
Chris Mancini!

Chris stopped by to help us break down the puntastically named episode "A Dark Ali" in which the Liars send Emily in to stand up to Ali. That plan fails. Again. Weak link Emily strikes again!

Chris is one half of the Comedy Film Nerds along with past guest Graham Elwood and also is a founder of the Los Angeles Podcast Festival

Chris is also the author of Pacify Me: Handbook for the Freaked Out New Dad and has directed some kick ass films of his own and is an amazing stand-up! He's one of them super-hyphens you hear so much about. You can find all of his awesomeness at his website ChrisJManciniOnline.com

Jackie Kashian!
Jackie Kashian!

Jackie helped us break down the monumental 100th episode of PLL entitled, brace yourself, "Miss Me x 100." 

Jackie is the host of The Dork Forest which is the best place to find dork on dork dialog. She has on a fascinating guest each week and they just lay their dorkdom down. 

Jackie, you won't be surprised to learn, is also an amazing stand-up comedian. You can buy one of her stand-up albums or find out where she is going to be so you can see her make jokey jokes live by visiting her website JackieKashian.com

Graham Elwood!
Graham Elwood!

He helped us palm strike our way through the episode "Whirly Girly" in which we meet Mr. DiLaurentis and Pepe the dog both for the first time! Can we be real? We were way more excited to meet Pepe. 

He is one half of the Comedy Film Nerds which is a movie review website and phenomenal podcast, he is one of the founders of the Los Angeles Podcast Festival and he is basically one of the funniest dudes ever. 

You can go to his website GrahamElwood.com to find dates and locations for his upcoming stand-up dates. You guys NEED to see him perform live. 

April Richardson!
April Richardson!

April helped us break down "Free Fall" which is the bonkers episode where Aria finds out Ezra is A but he really isn't he's just writing a true crime novel about Ali who he also, maybe, kinda sorta banged.

You can always listen to her awesome podcast Go Bayside! She and a guest break down every single episode of Saved By The Bell which was, let's be honest, the PLL of its day.

You can catch her do some hilarious stand-up. Check out her website AprilRichardson.com for dates and locations.