JSB investigates the email inbox and responds to all the glowing fan-written mail there before explaining the myriad ways in which he built this fine city all by himself without your help, which may or may not be a metaphor.
***WARNING: THIS EPISODE REPLACES EPISODE 1 OF TALKULUM*** Finally, the episode fans have been demanding! Baculum does a commentary episode to explain all the "confusing" references from previous episodes so people who were afraid to enjoy the show can finally get down. Also this episode replaces the original first episode of this podcast!
This week Baculum tries out his new spot on the wildly popular Terrestrial Radio station WSQJ 101.8, real FM radio. This is, in fact, your grandfather's radio, but the content sinks your battleship. Also listen for details about call-in contests. Thanks ad-wizards all over for the sweet sweet revenue!!
This week Baculum has to kill some rats in the studio! Various gov't agencies have been complaining about our content (big surprise) so we'll be making amends with at least one deceased listener. Then things get rolling and JSB really puts the screws to all the idiots talking Star Wars.
Baculum didn't do anything to prepare for this week's episode, but he's determined to make it a good one anyway. We know our host never shirks dangerous tasks when our edutainment is at stake! But this "stunt" might turn out to be a little more than he bargained for!
This week I have Gerald and Mephistopheles in the studio, but that's a surprise. Also, we're announcing the winners of the JBA poetry contest, the intern prepared a BEAUTIFUL retrospective, and generally, according to the Wilhelm translation of the I Ching, things will roll on alrightly...
Baculum finally gets cracking on that community service at the library, but his ball-busting boss wants to be a real ball buster about it. If there's one thing we know about Bac-man, he doesn't deal well with authority!! Also exciting news about Junior Baculum Achievers!!
No spoilers, but things won't get any easier for our hero this week, but in difficult situations, Baculum will find, that poetry can save our souls! New catchphrases: "That's a Portmanteau of Comedy and Poetry!"
Welcome to our pre-Halloween Spook-tacular!! Everyone wants a little Halloween every day! Also, we have a very special guest, the intern busts out a dictionary (or lack thereof), and things get a little dicey for a show with no sponsors!
Strap in this week, everyone! JSB has abandoned us and I'm going to use stock tracks, etc. to fill in the Live gaps. Thankfully, the TV Station has allowed me to have access to their audio, I think. Surely the boss will tell me what to post before air time....
This week Baculum performs a dangerous stunt to please the audience and raise awareness about important social causes. Also, he reads poems, and if he survives, the writing contest is still on. Hope you're ready for a madness-depths-plumbing new episode. What are humans even made of?!
This one really throws your head back from the starting gun. You might even have whiplash, but don't see a doctor because we both know you can't afford it. Baculum has poems to read, people to talk to, and various legal campaigns to spearhead, all while running one of the ship-shapest shows on the cyber that still has the guts to ask questions about what happened to that version of Brain Stew from Godzilla (1998) with the orchestra and the triangle tinkles.
Hope you're ready to assert your (provisional AF) rights in this ep. Bac-choi is about tired of the shit and ready to get real with the people of the universe in a no-holds-barred-barless-holds rectification of just what poetry and capitalism have to do with each other.
Oh no! All dickheads who don't believe in freeze peach will be super offended! sorry dogs! (male or female!) But this, ass podcast, is egalitarian as a mug and thus offensive to all stray-ass dogs! Hope youza like! --Eric Russell (as dictated)
Hey Hey! JSB is back with a whole new brand new edition of Talkulum in which Glen Campbell's suggestions come to a strange new fruition. Also the new segments are killer, and he gotta new boy named Eric Russell, writing intern from Soapbox (who hath sponsored this ep). --Eric