Ep 350: Orange is the New Black & Josh’s last show

As Trudy said, change is normal, natural, inevitable, exciting … and sad.

After we review the latest show from Netflix, Orange is the New Black, cover some critical Kids Jeopardy! news and discover, for the last time, what type of hat Ben’s wearing, we have a bumper crop of letters from you, the listener, before Josh sails off into the sunset with Courteney in tow.

This may be the most truly moving episode of Boxcutters ever. Don’t expect a dry eye in the house after the final scene rolls.

It’s never gonna be the same again.

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Don’t forget to check out Boxcutters’ very own Dave Lawson on It’s a Date – 9pm Thursday 15 August on ABC1

And here’s Brendan Roberts’s song:


  1. David Boxcutter says:

    It truly is a sad day to see Joel Canal leave the show after all the hard work, dedication and insight he has provided over the years.

    I wish you a happy and successful future, Joel.

    • Josh Kinal says:

      David, there were also two other people who did their last show in this episode. Won’t you miss them?

      • David Boxcutter says:

        Sure will, but I posted that before listening, so I didn’t know.

        So, farewell and good luck to Brent McHenry and Kourteney Pickering too.

        So, is Brent going to be the host of the new show, or is he going to remain in his rightful position of sidekick who says odd things so we can make fun of him?

      • David Boxcutter says:

        P.S: I am not a crackpot.

  2. I found this very moving as I too was an owner of the Doctor Who Technical Manual. (Also, there was some people leaving at the end or something.)

  3. Paul Boxcutter (aka Bolden) says:

  4. Best. Ending. Ever.

  5. Thanks Josh, (belatedly) John, Courtney and Ben. All the best in your other projects.

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