Bah, wrote a big post but got a generic "server" error. Argh!
In short, I was trying to be constructive in saying: Austin, guide the direction of the interview, but for me personally, it'd be more enjoyable with a few less interruptions. I was 15 minutes in when I wrote my now-gone post, now I'm 21 minutes in and there've been a few more interruptions just as soon as Sam starts replying so you can interject with an aside or to expand upon a subject.
Now, I've seen no one else say the same, so I'm probably the only one thinking this, but it's a personal bugbear of mine. An interviewee is the subject of the interview, you navigate the interview, but leave it to them to provide the bulk of the content! Or at least wait for him to finish talking before interjecting. :p
I remember Patrick before you also did something similar every so often, and you can definitely tell it's because you're both very excited and passionate about what you're discussing, you're very much enjoying the interview, but a little restraint would go a long way!
Not trying to be negative or a downer or anything, as the interview is friggin' excellent (And so is Her Story) -- keep up the good work and take my suggestions with a grain of salt. Keep bringing us quality content!