Jeremy Hellwig visits Impolite Company to discuss Fatal Bus Accident, which is this Saturday night at The Improv Shop. Chris and Jeremy discuss this month's show, balancing various artistic interests, open mics, Cheers, and other topics.
Chris doesn't understand police work.
Don't ask Chris's advice in any situation involving impulse control. He has none.
Sell your soul to the Devil the first chance you get. Make sure you get a fair trade. Heated seats are the pinnacle of mankind's inventiveness. Chris challenges Dave Ramsey to
Chris talks about seating charts for parties in the face of changing norms in regards to relationship units. He also explains why he loves staying up until 4 a.m. as often as possible. The are too many tangents to count.
Missouri Voters! Vote "No" on Prop A!
Sean O'Brien is hands down one of the funniest comics in St. Louis. He can be seen regularly at The Funny Bone in Maryland Heights, and has also been performing all over with comics like Greg Warren and Nikki Glasser.
We get deep into board games and strategy, talk about his start in comedy, his involvement in Greg Warren's podcast "Trip to the Lou," and a possible Ponzi scheme.
Chris would like any cartel members listening to please not mistake his lack of fear as a lack of...
Enemy of the show, Angela Smith is opening for Aparna Nancherla Saturday night at the Pageant. The show benefits St. Louis Area Foodbank. Tickets are on sale at the organization's website.
She and Chris talk about her mom's garage, her last name, clueless Uber drivers, why they'd welcome the Mark of the Beast, and they make plans to go eat that gross pizza bowl thing Olive Garden is selling.
There are 146 days until Christmas. Vote "No"on Prop A.
Justin Luke is headlining the very last installment of Stryker Spurlock's "Contraceptive Comedy." The monthly stand-up showcase ends its five year run this Saturday, July 28.
Justin and Chris talk a lot about Chance The Rapper, Justin's own emerging rap career, and milk. Chris forgot his phone.
Tim Meadows goes by Timothy, so you don't confuse him with the other Tim Meadows. Tim runs the annual comedy competition at the St. Louis Funny Bone, which is currently in its seventh year. And the second night of the semi-finals is tonight at 7:30.
Tim discusses working with the other Tim Meadows, working at the comedy club in general, and gives insights to competitions overall.
Impolite Company host, Chris Cyr, is in the finals of the competition on August 13th. Email...
CalamityCast produces really entertaining audio dramas that will suck you in their world. Liz Zerkel writes and performs for the company and came by Tick Tock Tavern (3459 Magnolia, St. Louis, MO 63118) to discuss a couple of their programs and the live show they're doing on July 21st at The Heavy Anchor.
We also discus serial killers, genre snobs, and dirty talking actors.
This is the first of what will be a regular stream of internet only content released every weekend.
Drive faster. You're taking too long at stop signs.
Chris describes what "peat" tastes like...for about 30 minutes. There's a reason. Mostly that reason is Talisker. Lots of talk about how hard it is to give tasting notes on things.
Budweiser tastes like beer.
It's our 100th episode. Chris didn't even realize it until he uploaded this file. So, you don't have to worry about any sound effects like fake applause, cheers, or whatever.
Alone in the studio today, Chris covers a lot of ground, ranging from the CIA's campaign to destabilize the governments of developing nations, to Canadian tariffs on American goods. It's a fun ride.
Also, C.I.A.? More like C.I.YAY!
Angela Smith recounts her recent rescue of a turtle from the clutches of certain death, her knew career as a professional Frisbee-er, and saves the absolute best story about her childhood for the last ten minutes of the show.
Chris talks about the environment impact of tourism in the Galapagos Islands, and Night Court. If any of it's true, it's by accident.
Chris laments the damage to society the invention of the home VCR has caused. Then Will O'Donnell joins us for a conversation that mostly revolved around the superiority of QuikTrip over all other gas stations.
Yeah, Sam was on the show last week. We like him and always have fun when he stops by.
Chris and Sam discuss what phrase the CIA would use to activate their secret assassin skills, Snapchat, creepy kids, schoolyard fights, day jobs, death, life, love, and Sam tries his hand at a cold open.