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Guestsperts are "guest experts" that periodically appear on My Brother, My Brother and Me to help give advice.

Guestspert Episodes
Dan Savage Episode 146
Bestselling author, writer of Savage Love, and host of the Savage Lovecast. He was not technically a guestspert, but was their first celebrity advice-giver.
Cameron Esposito Episode 187
Comedian, actor, podcaster, and the then-host of the Maximum Fun podcast Wham, Bam, Pow.
Lin-Manuel Miranda Episode 193
Episode 516
Grammy and Tony award winning composer, actor, rapper, and lyricist. He composed the song "Fugue for Brotherhorns" (based on "Fugue for Tinhorns" from Guys and Dolls) for his first guestspert appearance.
John Roderick Episode 204
Rock musician and podcaster. He composed and performed MBMBaM's former theme song with his band the Long Winters.
Elizabeth Gilbert Episode 210
Episode 506
Bestselling author of Eat, Pray, Love and The Signature of All Things.
John Hodgman Episode 222
Episode 307
Episode 376
Episode 481
Author, actor, and podcaster.
Bill Corbett Episode 230
Writer and actor, best known for his portrayal of Crow T. Robot during the later seasons of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and for his work with Rifftrax, a movie riffing supergroup formed by multiple MST3K alumni.
Patrick Rothfuss Episode 311
Author of critically acclaimed fantasy novels The Name of the Wind and its bestselling sequel, The Wise Man's Fear. Together, they make up the first two of a proposed three novels in Rothfuss' Kingkiller Chronicle, which is being adapted into a movie and a Showtime television series with Lin-Manuel creating the music and executive producing.[1]
Jake and Amir Episode 314
A comedy and podcasting duo.
Jonah Ray Episode 353
Actor, comedian, and writer. Host of Hidden America and co-host of The Nerdist Podcast, as well as current host of Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return.
Jimmy "FUCKING" Buffett Episode 383
Episode 515
Musician, God of Good Vibes, Mayor of Margaritaville.
Marilu Henner Episode 414
Star of stage and screen, best known for her role on Taxi. She's also known for her ability to remember very specific details of almost every day of her life. She was first exposed to the podcast at the premiere of Escape to Margaritaville in Episode 400.
Elsie Fisher Episode 419
Young actress known for her role in 2018 film Eighth Grade.
Bridget Lancaster Episode 442
Co-host and executive editor for America's Test Kitchen.
Griffin Newman Episode 457
Actor (best known for The Tick) and co-host of the podcast Blank Check.
Jesse Eisenberg Episode 467
Actor, author, and playwright.
Laura Kate Dale Episode 468
Video game journalist and author.
Randall Munroe Episode 475
Author and creator of xkcd.
Felicia Day Episode 480
Actress, writer, and producer.
Christian Jacobs Episode 510
Musician, TV producer, actor, and member of The Aquabats.
Hank Green Episode 517
Vlogger, entrepreneur, and author. He also appeared on the MBMBaM TV show with his brother, John.
Ron Funches Episode 525
Episode 556
Comedian, actor, voice actor, and writer. He voices one of the main characters in the Trolls movie franchise, alongside the McElroy brothers.
Krystina Arielle Episode 547
Actor. She hosts The Star Wars High Republic Show, and is known for her appearances on RPG shows such as Critical Role, Dimension 20, and Into the Motherlands.
Montaigne Episode 552
Musician and Eurovision contestant. She is notably the creator of MBMBaM's theme song from Episode 552 on.
Jean Grae Episode 557
Musician, comedian, and advice columnist.

Notes[]

  • Episode 300 featured special messages sent in to the brothers from most of the guestsperts who had been on the show up to that point (Dan Savage, Cameron Esposito, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Elizabeth Gilbert, John Hodgman, and Bill Corbett).

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