Episode: 4: Finn the Human, Anxiety, and the Importance of a Lousy Dad


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4: Finn the Human, Anxiety, and the Importance of a Lousy Dad

The real actual Finn the Human (aka actor Jeremy Shada) is the guest on the latest Conversation Parade. Jeremy talks about how he landed the role, the differences and similarities between him and Finn, and why he thinks it’s important that Finn has a lousy dad. Hosts John Moe and Open Mike Eagle talk about Mike’s anxiety over whether Martin is really Finn’s father and John’s anxiety over the change brought about by the Catalyst Comet and, really, life in general.

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