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It's the podcast you never knew you needed, but would never admit listening to! Jay Tilley, Becca Harney and Tice Rust are friends through the Washington, DC area theatre, improv and copslay scene. This new podcast will explore things they have in common - theatre, improv, cosplay, fitness, comics, movies and TV, and a wide variety of other nonsense. There will even be some fun games and special guests. We hope our podcast will be your new guilty pleasure! Tom Foolery and shenanigans will de ...
 
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Everybody is back from vacay! (Or at least were at the time of this recording...) After we recap our holiday exploits (including Becca's encounter with a genteel palmetto bug), Jay hands Tice the interviewer's cap as we meet remotely with long-term improv collaborator, Sarah Marsden! Join Sarah as she thinks back on making her childhood friends lau…
 
Michael Cline, DO, Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Gastroparesis Clinic, joins Butts & Guts to give a refresher on gastroparesis (partial paralysis of the stomach). Dr. Cline also gives an update on new research on the connection between certain autoimmune disorders and this disease.โดย Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
We've got a really sick episode for you this time! Literally, in Tice's case, since at the time of recording he was recovering from a stomach bug and has a raspy/sexy voice from a day of dry heaves. Meanwhile, Becca was also "playing hurt" because we recorded on a weeknight, she was worn out from work, and in her own words, was "subdued". Jay was h…
 
Like with other organs, the need for liver donations outweighs the supply of available donors. Cristiano Quintini, MD, Program Director and Surgical Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Liver Transplantation Program joins Butts & Guts to discuss the importance of this surgery, common questions and misconceptions, and innovations taking place with living …
 
Colorectal cancer is one of the leading cancer diagnoses for both men and women in the United States. As of May 2021, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force recommends that screenings for colorectal cancer start at age 45, as compared to the prior recommendation of age 50. Listen in as Butts & Guts host Scott Steele, MD shares his thoughts on th…
 
In this episode, Becca puts on her Barbara Walters pants as she interviews her friend, actor Ahmad Maaty, who is commuting between New York City and the DMV area pursuing acting opportunities. Listen as Ahmad talks about his experiences performing in skits written by his dad, and then "Annie" and "Tommy" with Becca, as well as studying at the Actor…
 
In recent years there's been a rapid increase of fatty liver disease diagnoses. Dr. Jamile Wakim-Fleming, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Fatty Liver Disease Program, joins Butts & Guts to discuss this disease along with dietary and lifestyle changes that can improve the condition.โดย Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
This episode, local actors Matt Jordan and Katy Helper Jordan join us to discuss their acting experiences (Do you remember Matt's drunk driving PSA from the '90s? Can you get him a copy?), how they met, and their YouTube film review channel, Movies & Mischief with Matt & Katy. Come for Katy and Matt's banter; stay for their thoughts on "Every Breat…
 
You may know someone (or maybe it's happened to you!) who has either had problems with gallstones or had their gallbladder removed. Diya Alaedeen, MD, Section Chief for the Department of General Surgery at Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital joins Butts & Guts to discuss this common issue, how gallstones form, and how they're treated.…
 
In this week's episode, we show we do not care who we alienate on Between Two Butts! Whether it's Tice the Levi Man exposing his butt crack to show off his label (sorry, audio only; you'll just have to trust us!) or Becca's fiancé Brian fingering the podcast, there is much potential to drive away listeners in the first 5 minutes! And it just escala…
 
In an episode that is Absolute Fire, we hang out with Becca and Jay's long-time friend, local actor, producer, and drag queen Jonathan Fair, who is also the founder of Bright Beginnings Learning Academy. Jonathan shares some of his hilarious stories from his experiences in auditions and in theatre (including Reefer Madness and Avenue Q). He also de…
 
Hard to detect, pancreatic cancer is usually not found until advanced stages which leads to increased mortality. Listen as Robert Simon, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss signs and symptoms you should know, as well as innovative surgical procedures that can remove affected tissue.โดย Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
April is Donate Life Month, and Butts & Guts is excited to have Charles Miller, MD, Cleveland Clinic's Enterprise Director of Transplantation, join to discuss the important topic of organ donation. Learn about common questions and misconceptions about becoming a donor, and the innovative ways Cleveland Clinic's Transplant Center is providing better…
 
Between 2 Butts comes back from a sabbatical fully vaccinated, recharged, reinvigorated, and busting 245 lb. squats at the gym...although Becca has lingering doubts about her pre-"paused" J & J shot. Jay bestows Tice (aka "the Producer" aka "the Professor" aka "the Reston Virginia Treat" aka "the Master of Old-Timey" aka "Rover/Wanderer/Nomad/Vagab…
 
Each year, lives are saved and transformed because of innovative transplant expertise. Anil Vaidya, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Intestinal Transplant Program, discusses incidence rates and types of intestinal transplants, when they are needed, and what's on the horizon for improving quality of life post-transplant.…
 
Here it is, Buttmunchkins: the episode we streamed live on Facebook March 26, 2021! Jay shares his 4th favorite thing on the Interwebs! Becca shares her 5 favorite movies! Tice is still loving on newspaper comic Heathcliff! Becca reads the live comments! The gang plays another round of True Confessions! Did Jay destroy the Bronze Bomber? Did Tice d…
 
Sarah Vogler, MD joins Butts & Guts to wrap up Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month 2021. Listen as she discusses colorectal cancer symptoms to watch out for, as well as updates in screening guidelines and colonoscopy prep.โดย Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Greetings and happy (UGGGGGGGH) Aries season Butt-keteers! This week our guest is cosplayer Brandon James, whose handiwork must be seen on Instagram to be truly appreciated. In his handmade costumes, he has attended cons as a Xenomorph, Robin, Mr. Freeze, the Penguin, The Pale Man, Jafar, and many more. In this episode, he discusses his first child…
 
Our banger Three Oh episode begins with Jay making a pledge to be nicer to Becca, and then immediately putting to the test Becca's ability to be nice back to him as he reels off a list of non-sexual words (*SPOILER*: They're sexual.) that make him giggle. Becca, under such circumstances, refuses to meet kindness with kindness. Once that topic is pu…
 
The 4th Angel Mentoring Program is an innovative, interactive approach to cancer support in which patients and caregivers are matched with trained volunteers. Matches are primarily made based on similar age and cancer experiences to best empower caregivers and patients with knowledge, awareness, hope and a helping hand. Listen as coordinator Mary J…
 
Everyone's coming in hot in Episode 29! Jay has brought another one of his favorite Kenneth Copeland remix videos, linked below, and then Becca, Tice and Jay get out all their hot takes on Friends as Becca examines what was problematic about the show. (Between Two Butts itself, after all, is committed to providing 100% non-problematic material!) Sp…
 
We begin with a St. Valentine's Day flashback, as this episode was taped a few weeks ago. It turns out that sleet, hail, snow and Covid did manage to keep us all in, or at least, that's Tice's best guess since he can't remember. Then local actor Matt Baughman sits down with us to talk about his acting journey, which includes four turns as Charlie i…
 
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in the United States, but advances in early detection and treatment make it one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer. David Liska, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Weiss Center, joins Butts & Guts to discuss the hereditary …
 
This week, Tice, Jay and Becca sit down with local actor Caty Nicholson as she talks theatre, her stage debut as shy Rudolph, moving to NYC and getting the shingles, entrepreneurship, non-sex-cult marketing programs, cosmetics, and her upcoming elephant-free Indian wedding. Then, Caty treats us to many of her signature Dad/Mom jokes, which charms t…
 
Pediatric surgeon David Magnuson, MD, and oncologist Stacey Zahler, DO, join Butts & Guts to share their unique perspectives on hepatoblastomas, rare liver tumors most commonly found in children ages 3 and younger.โดย Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
We open with "(How Can I Get You) Alone?" by Heart, but once Jay has said his piece about not trying to sing like the singer who sing the song when YOU sing the song, Tice digs into a topic that he has been saving up for a long time: Heathcliff. Namely, the newspaper comic Heathcliff (who is the same as the cat from the animated series in the 80s),…
 
There's been a rapidly evolving paradigm shift in cancer treatment, and immunotherapy has been on the leading edge. While this practice has been around for a long time, new studies and trials have lead to a better understanding about how to best attack cancers. Oncologist Alok Khorana, MD joins Butts & Guts to dive into immunotherapy and how it's b…
 
Nominating this episode as the one with our most seamless transitions yet, as we all are talkin' reptiles. Becca counts the ways she loves the 1993 version of Jurassic Park, during which it comes out that Jay sides with T-Rexes over 'raptors. Tice goes over other dinosaur media that came out in the wake of Jurassic Park, including the mostly wacky …
 
As we open a controversial, yet already dated episode of Between Two Butts, Jay has found a questionable toy that somehow made it to the Target shelves, and we try to figure out if the makers even attempted to make it resemble anything other than what it actually looks like. Includes discussion of bleaching. From there, the next logical turn for th…
 
With advances in pediatric cancer treatment now allowing more than 80 percent of children to survive at least five years (and hopefully many more) after diagnosis, addressing the long-term negative consequences of treatment is increasingly important. Infertility is a top concern, and pediatric oncologist Seth Rotz, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss …
 
The spirit of Yuletide is on its way out but the Spirit of Ah-nold has settled in! The holidays are winding down and the false construct that is 2021 is upon us, so the gang talks about putting away decorations, Garry Marshall's cheesy New Year's Eve movie, and safe and socially distant gift exchanges. Jay somehow gave everyone poop, which at this …
 
The holidays are over, and many are thinking about losing some weight as we begin the new year. When a large amount of weight loss is being considered, bariatric surgery could be an option. Jesse Gutnick, MD joins Butts & Guts to discuss this procedure, obesity, BMI, and criteria for bariatric surgery candidates. Plus, learn what patients can expec…
 
Becca's cat Echo's presence is felt heavily in this episode, which is how we get started with animals in general being salty or invasive. Jay tells us about the Netflix true crime series "The Staircase", and gets us all hooked on imitating prosecuting attorney Freda Black, with her genteel Southern manner and prurient inquiries. Becca has thoughts …
 
Radiation therapy is a treatment that uses X-rays to kill cancer cells. Join radiation oncologist Sudha Amarnath, MD as she discusses how this therapy can be used to treat colon and rectal cancer, the different types of radiation therapy, and what a patient can expect during these sessions.โดย Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute
 
Lots going on as we open the pod. After Tice catches us everybody up on Hanukkah and Jay describes a socially-distant performance, Becca shocks when she reveals she doesn't like A Christmas Carol or A Christmas Story, and moreover, she GETS it! (She's very cool with White Christmas, though.) Jay keeps the emotions flowing when he sings the Grinch S…
 
As we open Episode 19, Becca brings us the neighborhood gossip, and Jay and Tice, in turn, introduce her to the NextDoor app. Jay wants to make it known that he considers it a breach of messaging etiquette, not to mention a waste of his valuable time, to message him without a clear objective, and Tice and Becca, in turn, rag on him about it. We giv…
 
Butts & Guts continues our Patient Perspectives series with a focus on Crohn's Disease. Katie was living the typical, active college life when she began to experience some uncomfortable symptoms. Listen as she tells the story of her Crohn's diagnosis, coming to Cleveland Clinic and meeting Dr. Amy Lightner, and how she's managed this condition for …
 
Tice is back from his vasectomy (teased in last week's episode), and Jay and Becca are digging deep to find out what the surgery was like. And since he was awake for the entire procedure, Tice has answers; including what it's like to chat with the doctors while they were cutting his tubes, what he could see happening below his waist during the surg…
 
At long last, local theatre director and stage manager, and as often mentioned on the show, Jay's wife and B2B's creative consultant Melissa sits in for a full episode to read future children's classic "Brenda's Beaver Needs a Barber" for the rest of the gang. And it's really about a beaver! Really! Along with some glimpses at what makes the Meliss…
 
While melanoma makes up less than 2 percent of all skin cancers, it is responsible for the majority of skin cancer-related deaths. Brian Gastman, MD, the Medical and Surgical Director of the Melanoma and High-risk Skin Cancer Program at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, shares the signs and symptoms to look for and how treatment of this disease has d…
 
Our sweet 16th episode starts with vindictive cats, Tice not doing yoga, another Jay dream that includes everybody but Tice, and the question of how much to clean your dishes before putting them in the dishwasher. And that´s only the intro! In tribute to Alex Trebek, Tice decides to carry on with game-show-themed segments, thus establishing GameSho…
 
We are coming in strong just one day after the 2020 election is called for Biden (at the time of recording), and Becca begins our show by speaking about how glad she is to finally be rid of the caustic source of irritation she did not ask for...the piece of glass that just popped out of her hand after being stuck there for 20 years. It gives everyo…
 
Butts & Guts is excited to announce our new Patient Perspectives series, where from time to time Cleveland Clinic patients will join Dr. Steele to discuss the treatment and management of their GI disorder. Today's episode features Mikayla, who shares her story of living with ulcerative colitis and being an advocate to other patients.…
 
Episode 14 sees Jay sharing his favorite thing on the Interwebs after ass-kicking nuns: a little something starring televangelist Kenneth Copeland and Covid-19. It also has Becca's yoga journey, including lots of helpful tips and encouraging words to newcomers. It even includes Tice sharing gym dos and donts. But an undercurrent throughout this sho…
 
We’re back with lucky Episode 13! Unlucky number or not, this is the perfect episode for us because Jay, Becca and Tice welcome fabulous DMV theatre actor and singer and one of their biggest fans, Stacy Crickmer!! After, Jay, Becca and Tice discuss the perils of using public bathrooms, Stacy tells us all about her time in the THEATAH, including bei…
 
The average risk of a woman in the United States developing breast cancer sometime in her life is about 13%, a 1 in 8 chance. With a better understanding of symptoms to be on the lookout for and advances in early detection and treatment, there fortunately is a better chance of survival than ever before. Cleveland Clinic radiologist Dr. Laura Shepar…
 
We have company again! Today we're graced with the presence of Kim Braswell, local actor and "Kitty-Paws" buddy to Becca (you'll have to listen to really understand that...). We begin the podcast talking about the genesis of their friendship and their memories of competitive karaoke, both of which involve a surprising amount of humping and dildoes!…
 
As one of most common cancers among women in the United States, it's vital to receive annual breast cancer screenings and necessary treatment, even during a global pandemic. Halle Moore, MD, Director of Breast Medical Oncology and Co-Director of the Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, joins Butts & Guts to discuss…
 
Halloween is creeping in on Between 2 Butts! Episode 11 begin with a review of Hocus Pocus from a first-time viewer and stories about Hocus Pocus cosplay. THis ends up as a discussion on the proper spelling of Bryan/Brian. Keeping on the costumes theme, Becca talks about gender-bent cosplay, including her own adventures dressing up as male characte…
 
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