Just in time for Valentine's Day, Marty Clarke gives an education in online dating while Tyson Purcell tells us about a truly weird Bumble date.
You can see Marty emcee the Big Diss Roast Battle while Tyson is doing all kinds of shows.
The guys talk with comedians Stevie Leigh Crutcher, Patrick Henry Dollah and Mike Jonjak about their top five favorite scary movies for Halloween.
Agree with the picks? Think we're full of shit? Let us know on Twitter @TableTalkPod
In the meantime, watch this: https://youtu.be/pquYAEfbBFM
We talk with director Jeff Lyon and actor Stacey Pepper Weber about their new horror movie, "Main Street Meats."
See the movie at the Chicago Horror Film Festival on Friday, Sept. 22 and on Sunday, Oct. 15 at the Northeast Wisconsin Horror Festival.
On this episode we welcome the fantastic John Dick Winters for a rollicking and wide-ranging conversation. We talk comedy advice ("Be nice and be funny"), sports ("If you support the NFL you hate women") and a Louis CK's alleged misconduct.
Check out Race to the Coffin Comedy here.
We get a little more serious as we talk with comedian Rich D'Amore about his struggle with addiction and his journey through rehab and recovery. It's a hell of a story.
Go see Rich open for Ron Funches at the Comedy Club on State Sept. 16-18!
Chris Drosner, a.k.a. The Beer Baron, joins us to talk about the weird stuff brewers decided to put in beer, from fish bladders to whale testicles. We also touch on proposed legislation to hamstring taprooms in Wisconsin and the horrible price we pay for overindulging in Guinness.
Life on the road is romantic, adventurous, exciting and sometimes involves a windshield falling in your lap at 65 miles an hour. Charles Walker and Porsche Carmon join us to talk about what life is like as a touring band.
If you're of a certain vintage, you remember when it was shameful and secretive to be a nerd. Today that's all changed. What happened? When did this happen? We sure as hell don't know, but we talked about it anyway. We're joined by comedian and fellow podcaster Patrick Henry to lament and celebrate unabashed nerdery.
Outro music: Old '97s, "Good with God"
We're joined by comedians Cynthia Marie and Mike Jonjak. Aaron has a complicated relationship with "A Song of Ice and Fire." We learn the difference between a kestrel and a thestral. Nobody likes Joffrey.
Probably goes without saying, but spoilers abound. New season of "Game of Thrones" debuts Sunday, July 16, 2017.
Intro music: "Rage of Thrones" by The Axis of Awesome
How does a discussion range from upcoming horror remakes ("The Mummy," "Suspiria") to "The Bachelorette"? Adult ADD, it turns out. Join us as we welcome back Tone Madison contributor and all around fun guy Chris Lay to discuss horror movies, TV and other sundries, and marvel at Mueller stumbling through half-baked questions. This episode brought to you by fidget spinners and Adderall.
Outro music: "Scoundrel" by Carsie Blanton
Sorry for the long absence. We're getting back at it. In this episode we learn that Aaron, a movie enthusiast, doesn't much care for David Lynch. Mueller, a movie idiot, doesn't much care for old movies but watched one anyway.
"Movie Hell" wants to wine and dine Clint Howard, and teen alt-righters are ruining first person shooters.
We had some unfortunate technical problems with this one and the sound is a bit wonky. The intern has been flogged.
Movie buffs Jason Adrians and Matt Coffell join us to talk Oscars. Who will win? Who should win? Is this a "correction year"?
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Dan Higgs shares his NFL conspiracy. Cody Lemke takes us into the terrifying world of "Roar." Aaron Kesller works out some family issues and Chris Mueller learns the difference between Michelle Pfeiffer and Meg Ryan.