Sunday, January 29, 2017

Episode 243 - James Gangl - The Velocipod

James Gangl (@jamesgangl) is a comedian and actor. He’s also a Canadian immigrant who washed up on our shores four days before Election Day - good timing there buddy. We review - with complete objectivity - the Trump Inauguration. Should people be banned from Twitter? Should those same people then receive lucrative book deals? Barack Obama failed us all and now we shall pay the price. What’s up with Sean’s weird nose? All this and more in the latest episode!

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Episode 242 - Jessica Gonzalez Rodriguez - A Peanut Pension

Jessica Gonzalez-Rodriguez is an opera singer and dancer. We discuss what it’s like to train as a professional singer, what a career in opera is like, and why opera is better than Broadway musicals and how she ended up in a Star Trek themed production of Mozart’s “The Abduction from the Seraglio.” The Young Pope is gloriously insane and most likely infallible. RIP Ringling Brothers (& Barnum and/or Bailey). Apple has announced a new “Theater Mode” for the iPhone - who asked for this? Taco Bell did something, so of course we need to discuss it.

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Ep. 241 - Megan Hayes - What's the Weird Note?

Megan Hayes (@megan_hayes) returns to the show to discuss the Golden Globes, because we all know that you love hearing a dissection of an awards show that aired two weeks ago.

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Sunday, January 8, 2017

Ep. 240 - Dann Freeman - Manchester Not by the Sea

Dann Freeman(@DannFreeman) is a writer and script consultant. He has recently self-published the first volume of a “True-ish Short-ish Story” called True Empathy. You’ve all seen it, so it’s time to discuss Rogue One. Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds :-(. We were told that Time Warner is now Spectrum - but guess what, they still suck! Welcome to 2017 - let us pray.

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