Every Monday I look forward to listening to a new installment of Penn's Sunday School. Magican Penn Jillette, the talking half of Penn and Teller, is a smart, funny, prolific, atheist loudmouth. He seems to be a sensitive guy that could also scare the shit out of you if he felt it was necessary. As if his career as a magician wasn't enough, he has been on countless reality television shows, he's written and produced films, and essentially been marinating in the world of show business for a very long time. The stories of his act and the people that he has met and performed with along the way always make their way into the podcast, and are worth the listening time. His atheism and skepticism make him the equivalent of a ball-turret gunner when it comes to the unending flurry of cultural goings-on that get discussed weekly. Often when a subject comes up I'm surprised by his viewpoint, so the unpredictable nature of the conversations is also a big draw. Just one other note, unrelated to the podcast: Penn Jillette was responsible for the film The Aristocrats, which is a great accomplishment in it's own right. If you have never seen Steven Banks perform as Billy the Mime, you have missed out on one of the funniest moments in motion picture history.