TEN IDEAS ROLL CALL! Guest Brian Glidewell, here! Bear Backs, here! Opus Dei, here! Babysplaining, here! Water Bags, here! Capt. Creemcheese? Capt. Creemcheese? He’s out of town. Okay! Ryan Raps, here! The Corningware Story Colon Chapter Two, here!
That’s everyone. Wipe that pre-book off your Dockers, and ROLL OUT.
Shaun Diston returns this week to discuss nightshades, Baby Warren Zevon, and tooth ringus. But that’s not all, oh no. Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers stops by to review the hit of the summer, Michael Keaton’s Multiplicity! Plus, the boys learn a valuable lesson from the classic Greek legend of Orifice and Edifice. This episode is guaranteed to fit into your head hole and get reeeal wet.
From Tokyo to Toledo, it’s panda plugs, horsey sauce, crawberries, and the cool broad Dad brought home as far as the eye can see! Here to guide us through these treasures is Dan Hodapp and his fantastical, bombastical Miami Sound Machine! ACHTUNG: please do not ingest the pearlescent liquid excreted by the Sound Machine.
Dan Hodapp is funny, handsome, and currently starring in a very new, very good play by the guy who wrote Urinetown! It’s called “Give the People What They Want” and you should go get tickets here.
Greetings internet. As you may or may not know, I am Brandon Gulya, author of the physical love advice book Remember To Use Your Genitals And Other Sex Advice By Brandon Gulya. This book has not yet been published but it is very written.
Bonjour et bienvenue! Fan favorites Langan Kingsley and Aaron Jackson are back on the show this week and they deliver 55 minutes of pure, ecstatic joy as usual. Come for the RIVER RAPS, stay for the long-con bus ride to Claire’s. Then stay even longer because you’re an adult now and your dad isn’t in charge of you anymore so you can do whatever you want because you’re almost 21 and you’re a grownup and maybe next year you won’t even come home for Thanksgiving so everybody better stop treating you like a baby because you’re not a baby, you’re a grown woman.
Karin Hammerberg, Cory Palmer, and Asa Boy return this week in an episode that, let’s be honest, blows last week’s episode out of the water. Why do we keep the episodes in water? Because they breathe through gills.
tl;dr there’s some toppest notch bits in this one. Best appearance by a pomegranate, for sure.
“Last year, Obama spared Cobbler and Gobbler, two turkeys, from ending up on the Thanksgiving Day table. Unfortunately, Cobbler was euthanized in August and Gobbler died a sudden death in February.”—OH THAT OBAMA.
This week, Taylor and Ryan are joined in the studio by power thruple Cory Palmer, Karin Hammerberg, and Asa Boy. Listen in as they pull the old sheet off zit clubs, wish chips, tape skins, poo-nalyzers, and tele-barbers. Plus some pretty rad ideas from listeners! Rad! You like rad!
Hey Ryan, I'm curious what's your day job? What do you do for a living? Also, your pretty snazzy, or, as the kids say, the cat's pajamas.
Well, last Friday I quit my job at the Late Show with David Letterman where I booked stand-up comedians, human interest guests and produced the Stupid Human and Stupid Pet Tricks segments. I worked there for 8 years and have never seen a cat wear pajamas, so I reject the idiom but accept the compliment.
And I don’t want to jinx it, but on December 2 I’m signing a contract to join the Jimmy Fallon show. When they transition over this February, I’ll be the stand-up booker for the Tonight Show.
Mr. Williams, based on your Christmas list, and other such observations, I must regrettably inform you that you have far exceeded my expectations for the most handsome specimen of the male sex I have ever witnessed. Thank you, have a wonderful day.
“This morning I will be continuing my course work in the culinary arts. Having passed “Three Varieties of Soup, Enough to Feed an Army 102”, I will be participating in “Chicken Salad, Chicken Salad, a Tremendous Amount of Chicken Salad” beginning at 9:00 a.m.”—mom’s status update