There was an old woman (and the term is used loosely) who lived in a house made of bones of young lovers who had passed by along the dirt path leading to the village in the valley below. She had the appearance of both a sweet timid old lady and a fearsome ogress (with the latter only appearing when you have no room left to run). Her house, which had grown from a charming squat cottage to an equally charming two-storied dwelling, embodied the very essence of comfort from the outside (and...
Well, it all started last Saturday night when me and Mr. Moneybags had to stop Sandy from jumping off the golden gate bridge. I mean, strictly speaking we had to stop her getting in her car (we live in Iowa). This proved quite difficult partly because Sandy is infact well over eight feet tall and also because Mr. Moneybags exists only inside my head and in certain milton bradley games and was only able to offer stern words of encouragement and no actual physical help.
Yeah, I don't know...
It was the summer of ’76, and my Mom had been killing men with her hipbones. Innocently enough, while doing the hustle. Until my Dad merely ended up in traction and that was how they met. Perhaps it was the way she nursed him back to health, or the murderous glint in her eye, placed there accidentally, that made him fall for her. It's just as well she felt the same, because the near 24-hour care needed for his recovery kept her out of the clubs, saving countless lives.
When my Dad was...
Jay Bee Hanna (@JayBeeHanna) and Rob Tunstall (@RobertTunstall) do a deep dive into Nu Metal and specifically the 1998 Korn album Follow the Leader. Rob discovers that he loves Korn. Jay Bee discovers that he can no longer trust Rob.
Cailey Nickerson joins for Chuck Your Privilege, the show about checking and then chucking our various privileges. Hosted by Chuck Privledge.
Cailey Nickerson will be in Nancy You starting 11/30 at Jet City Improv, and in the Bechdel Test also at Jet City starting 1/11.
You can also catch her on the IMPRV News 9 at 8 podcast, available wherever fine podcasts are found.
The wolf man calls Frankenstein's monster calls dracula calls the mummy calls the creature from the black lagoon calls the cryptkeeper. Because of an emergency.
This installment of Mouth Feels is sponsored by Instant Pot and features Jay Bee Hannah.
The wait has been worth it. Jay Bee (@JayBeeHanna) and I return to act out Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones in a possibly abridged and a possibly embellished edition. We honestly have no idea.
All music by John Williams, duh.
Noun Fight is back, jerks, and this time we've got actor, comedian, and all around decent guy Nick Johnson on the show!
Noun Fight is of course the show where people call in and say what two things they think should fight and then host Teddy Bridgewater (no, not that one) tells them how dumb they are.
You can catch Nick performing around LA, but internet citizens can check out his Instagram project @dailylifelife - Daily affirmations to help you live your live self best live life best...
Newcomer Kar Fedosh is on this week!
Spiel Words About Spielberg is the number one radio show for all Spielberg fans, and on this installment Spielberg superfan Tommy Forester is joined by Dottie Jones, the woman who has played every non-human role in every Spielberg film...so far!
If you're in Seattle check out Kar Fedosh at her student showcase at Jet City Improv on Nov. 12th. I can't tell you a more specific time because it is not yet known! Figure it out for yourselves!!
Sam Demboski guests for Giving up the Ghost, a show for anyone who is trying to get over a ghost hunting addiction.
Sam Demboski is a member of the experimental sketch group Fifty Percent Less Bear who you'll be able to catch later this month at Halloween Hell Harvest 2!
You might also catch her doing improv around the Seattle area (really just Seattle proper I bet).
I tell jokes over sinister music but who cares because at the end there's a sneak preview of my upcoming musical radio play series Shark Facts (it is about whales). I won't blame you if you just skip straight to the 10 minute mark.
Ashwin Rodrigues joins for Landline Twitter Hotline, perfect for anyone who wants to tweet but doesn't have access to a smartphone or computer. Just call up, say some stuff, and it will be posted.
Ashwin Rodrigues has written for Vice, McSweeney's and is also on Twitter Dot Com @shwinyo!