Returning champ Angela is a guest on our show for an astonishing fourth time! She can only stay for an hour due to responsibilities, but that’s long enough to participate in some S,K style improv. You know the kind. Some of the topics brought up this episode include the meaning of disposable, rhino horn, Byron Allen, The Toxic Avenger, vain idiots, free school picture day combs, some new fall shows, and much more. A very special and heartfelt thank you goes out to Soreback Jack and Uncle Jesse for the songs they sent us over a decade ago.
Episode 77: Eloquent As Always, James or Fuck Is The Janitor Of Language[ 1:36:26 ]Play NowPlay in Popup | Download
It’s been a while since we’ve had any “special” guests on, and this week we have two! First off, Lady Mallory Cunlingishire pops in for a bit. Then, our old pal “Dr” Chunt Montgumry is magically summoned into the studio once again. This week James and Jon talk about the dick of the banana, reality shows, leaf notebooks, enlightenment, the Boston bomber’s worthless corpse, Twitter, independent video projects, and much more. The song God Will Fuck You Up is by The John Butler Trio. This episode is brought to you by Pizzette.
We have a guest this week and it’s none other than the co-creator of the Joke Machine, Jack! Past listeners of the show will be glad to know that Jack is the first guest to try out our third microphone! That’s right, we are really coming into our own. This week we talk about futuristic McDonald’s menus, dying at work, debris getting in the top of Kool Aid Man, nutritional information on alcohol, author’s voices, teen mom’s sex tape, mouth breathing, George W Bush depression, and much more. Since Jack was here, we had to pull the Joke Machine out of mothballs. Without giving too much away, we still got it! Drop One (Off In You) is off King Dong’s Variety Hour’s first CD, Stank On Ya’ Hang Low, which is for sale on iTunes HERE. This episode is brought to you by Dicken’s brand apple cider.
As you may have guessed by the title, this episode was recorded on weed’s birthday, or holiday, or whatever. We talk a bit about what it means, where it started, and where we heard it the first time. We also talk about odd and outdated/racist phrases, making prank phone calls, Jon’s first car wreck, the good side of cigarettes, the moral of Star Wars, Amazon’s TV pilots, The FP, the NRA, and much more. If that weren’t enough we also fix TV for everyone! This episode is brought to you by Eddy Hartenstein of The Tribune Co.