This is literally a big week, as we have three guests for the first time ever. James’ wife Angela returns for the third time, as well as Brent, and for the first time Brent’s wife Sarah. That’s right, five people crowded around two mics. Surprisingly, it never gets too out of control. Especially considering that as a group of friends, we’ve had many heated discussions on the topic of vampires. We hit all the bases, from the rise and change of their popularity, to the various vampire franchises we’ve been interested in…or outright hated.
After much talk, here is the epic 50th episode of Sorry, Kansas. Jon and James were so excited they stayed up all night preparing, and then overslept. Luckily, Chopper and The Fart were still in the studio. While Chopper did have to leave, The Fart took it upon himself to make sure this episode was still recorded. It’s a good thing too, because our good friend Brent was here for the whole episode, as well as Jason Voorhees. To our female listeners, don’t worry. The Fart is eventually relieved of duty when James shows up 40 minutes late. This episode is brought to you by JFC. In all seriousness though, thank you to all our listeners. You give us a reason to be weird on purpose. The song Gravy Rainbow is by Disasteradio from their album Charisma.
Sorry for the delay, but I (Jon) have had my world turn around on me all of the sudden. I explain more about it in the next episode, which is recorded and should be posted tomorrow. This one is a real doosey though folks. James and I’s friend from high school, (and arguably our only fan) Brent comes in for the whole episode. The requisite silliness and absurdity are still in abundance, but we also talk about racism, homophobia, and rednecks…oh my! We also tell a couple more stories about the bizarre social experiment that we all participated in after high school know as “the apartment above Brick’s restaurant in Ark City.” It’s easily one of our funniest episodes, take my word for it! Plus, don’t forget part 3 of Detecto Man on 8th Grade Creative Writing Theatre.
It’s another milestone episode from a podcast that’s full of it ‘em. I was sort of bummed that no guests stopped by to celebrate our 30th episode, but James told me, “no one gives a shit about 30.” The topics list this week includes Amercia, psychic phone lines, DC’s gay superhero, zombie attacks, Spiner femmes, facebook stock, and as always much more. I don’t know if I fully articulated my point that Johnny Carson was instrumental in my development as a human being, but the documentary that I mention is available for viewing HERE. That Song, That Crazy Song is by Adrian, James, Jon, Justin, and Simon.