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Office of the General Counsel
From the Notebook in the Desk of the Office of the General Council
Category: Comedy
Location: Jersey City
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June 29, 2017 08:46 PM PDT

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. starts the show in a speedy manner. Ed talks about his approach to hiring and announces the winner of the Lego contest. Ed gushes over prime numbers and producer Ken Lucas seems bored. Ken leaves to make himself a drink at the juicer and Ed secretly talks about his novel. Ken catches Ed off-guard and then we hear from our sponsor, Don’s Dog Walking Service. After the break, we are joined by legal applicant Thatch Skippling. We endure an uneasy interview that takes a left turn as Thatch speaks of his underworld experience. Thatch eventually forces Ed into some felonious activities and they disappear into the night. The show ends on a cryptic note.

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Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

June 08, 2017 09:49 PM PDT

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. starts alone. He is interrupted by the ramblings of boss Stu Horvath, producer Ken Lucas and Co-Attorney Ted Goldman. We find out the Ed sent Ted on a wild goose chase and then we move into parkour. Ed answers some law questions and the we play a game of Probable Cause or Reasonable Suspicion. The guys give a shout out to Stanley Spiemer and then we hear from our sponsor, Bespoke Liquorice. After the break, we hear about Ed’s cases and then we end the show on a frustrating note.

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Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

March 22, 2017 07:19 AM PDT

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. starts the show thanking everyone. He talks briefly about his Corporate Casual gig and returns to the RICO investigation. Ed also issues an apology to the Department of Maniacs. Ed mentions our guest to producer Ken Lucas and receives a response he was not expecting to hear and then we take a break. After the break we are joined by Unwinnable sketch artist, Dave Trainer. Dave talks about his day to day operations at Unwinnable, Inc and his love of mini CDs and art. We are visited by EIC Stu Horvath and have a fun conversation. Dave talks about his drawing of Stu and then we end the show on an organic note.

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Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

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Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

March 07, 2017 07:01 PM PST

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. starts the show awkwardly. Producer Ken Lucas is excited to use the new juicer courtesy of Ted Goldman. We learn that Stanley Spiemer has accepted the open position on the Board of Directors and that EIC Stu Horvath is living the dream. Ed found a way to get gigs for his office band Corporate Casual and then Ed apologizes to the Department of Maniacs. After Ed loses it, we take a break. After the break we welcome our guest, Bortrix Jackman, from the Department of Coding and Transcription. We found out that coding is just math and Bortrix works closely with R&D. After a chill discussion we end the show on a high note.

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Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

February 15, 2017 10:37 PM PST

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. starts the show with a lullaby to his grandmother. Ed prods producer Ken Lucas about his mood and is excited to interview for the Board of Directors position. Ed is also looking for applications for the Unwinnable legal department. Ed talks about dismantling departments and then we take a break. After the break, Ken calls Ted Stacey to the office so Ed can apologize for being rude. Ed then welcomes guest Stanley Spiemer from Executive Development and Recruiting. Stanley hails from Germany and educates Ed about the proper pronunciation of Munich. Stanley has Ed look into his “Lens of Truth” and Ed fails to see the truth. Stanley lays down on our Craftmatic® adjustable bed courtesy of Ken’s Showcase Showdown and we end the show on an anxious note.

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Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

February 01, 2017 07:23 PM PST

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. kicks the show off with a soothing proclamation of success. Ed informs us that he’s finally read his contract and is already looking to exploit it. He also now has access to the archives. Shhhh. Podcast Producer Ken Lucas talks about the office Halloween party and then we take a break. After the break we interview Tront Silvio of Statistics & Testing. Tront begins the show with his Chinese food order. Tront talks about the tools of the trade and some of the things they test. Ed questions Tront about the Board of Directors position and they talk about The Cave. After amending the food order we end the show on a tense note.

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Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to
Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

January 04, 2017 08:15 AM PST

Welcome to a brand new Office of the General Counsel featuring Ted A. Goldman, Esq. Ted is a longtime employee of Unwinnable, Inc. and is our new host! Ted begins the show by addressing colleague and producer Ken Lucas. Ken is in complete shock as he joyfully welcomes Ted. Suddenly, former OotGC host Edward A. Coleman, Esq. bursts into the room and demands and explanation. Ed summons Stu and questions him about Ted Goldman and then we take a break. After the break we are joined by Frank Smirch from Research and Development. Frank reviews the chair they built for Ed so he can read his contract. Ed examines the chair and then gets in. We hear the beginnings of Ed’s journey. The show ends on a trippy note.

Don’t forget to subscribe to Unwinnable Monthly, the best cultural criticism in your inbox every month. http://www.unwinnable.com/subscribe/

Email us at info@unwinnable.com

Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

December 24, 2016 08:03 AM PST

We get into the holiday spirit with Edward A. Coleman, Esq. and company's take on A Christmas Carol. Happy Holidays from OotGC and Unwinnable.com.

December 13, 2016 10:59 PM PST

Edward A. Coleman, Esq. kicks the show off praising podcast producer Ken Lucas and then reveals Ken’s nervous energy as they are about to visit Standards & Practices. Ed panders to the audience and then asks Ken to be his activity partner for the company barbecue. Ed talks about Corporate Casual, the Unwinnable, Inc band and then Ken reveals there is a pub in the building. After the break, we join Ed and Ken as they are walking over to Standards & Practices. Ed describes the look of the office and then S&P starts grilling Ed about his contract. After a long back and forth, Ken stands up for Ed and promises S&P that Ed will read his contract. We run back to the office and end the show wondering if there will be another episode.

Don’t forget to subscribe to Unwinnable Monthly, the best cultural criticism in your inbox every month. http://www.unwinnable.com/subscribe/

Email us at info@unwinnable.com

Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

November 30, 2016 07:02 AM PST

Performance Anxiety

We start the show with the sultry tones of podcast producer Ken Lucas. Ken states he checked the podcast metrics and discovered he has a fan. Counsel Edward A. Coleman, Esq. recaps the office events from the last episode and Ed reviews his wardrobe. Ed regretfully mentions that this episode is his performance review. Ed talks about some recent legal issues and then we take a break. We return from the break to the sounds of Ken’s dazzle dazzle machine as we welcome back High Priest Stu Horvath. We learn that Stu is here to review Ed’s performance for the talent contest. Ed figures out a routine on the fly and all hell breaks loose. Ed announces a new contest and then realizes it’s almost midnight. Stu says Ed is bleeding. We end the show on a high note.

Don’t forget to subscribe to Unwinnable Monthly, the best cultural criticism in your inbox every month. http://www.unwinnable.com/subscribe/

Email us at info@unwinnable.com

Tweet questions for the “Ask An Attorney” and “What’s My Middle Name?” segment to Edward A. Coleman, Esq. @UnwinnableOotGC www.twitter.com/UnwinnableOotGC

Follow the staff on Twitter

Kenneth Lucas @Kursse www.twitter.com/kursse
Stu Horvath @stuhorvath www.twiter.com/stuhorvath

Music by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-f

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