Pat O’brien and Ben Wietmarschen are our guests this week and we got a corker. A real corker. What is this, a podcast or the mouth of a bottle of champagne, because all I see is a bunch of corks! JK, unless if by corks you mean a bunch of corn stealin’ ghaggots. We’re swimmin in those.
You can see Ben and Pat in their spectacular stage show Baseball Is America at the UCB Theater in New York on September 22nd at 8pm, click here for tickets.
Alexis Pereira has some ideas, and what better place to sonically display them than here on Ten Ideas? Nowhere! This week, we’re all about solving probs (short for problems). Too many bees in your “product”? You’re covered. Terrible prosecco at your famous murder mystery party? We fix it. Apartheid, how to behave when hungry, and how to get rid of two strippers named Kleenex and Drain are all probs we solve, this week on Ten Ideas.
Dan Chamberlain!? Kirk Larsen!? TOO much talent and charm!? Scoots!? Suicide pillows!? Kissing presidents!? Knife tapping sounds!? Babybird restaurants!? This is Ten Ideas, the @Midnight of podcasts where everything’s great and a real big deal.
Inside every Easter Bunny Costume is a man dressed as Jesus, and inside this episode is man named Dom Manzolillo! This episode of Ten Ideas has WALL2WALL attitude and if you don’t believe me, listen to this: Sex Catapults. Tell your table captain to order a hot trough of these ideas!
We’re back from Spring Break! And like a couple of hot co-eds gettin wild for the cameras, we’ve brought our besty, Katie Simon, she of Legs For Days and Former Business Partners to get this party started. Ryan got his hair braided AND hepatitis. Taylor got a tribal arm tat and also hepatitis. But YOU got a great episode of Ten Ideas headed straight for your hepatitis hole. Get hip to hep and follow Katie Simon @kmsimon
After a little break, Ten Ideas is back with Katie Simon. We couldn’t wish for a greater bud to force our head in a big barrel of cold water to wake us up like in that movie. Here’s a fun game for this episode, see if you can count every misunderstanding. I bet you can’t.
The boys are back in town.
with our brown skin shinin’ in the sun, hair combed back and our sunglasses on
Matt Dennie and Josh Sharp, janus headed comedy duo darlings of the UCBNY, hop on the Ten Ideas stationary motorcycle this week to rap about pregnancy-terminating accordions, cat kicks, speech karaoke, merlove, and hot gossip ticker tape machines for modern busy-body oil barons. This episode would be PERFECT for an elephant.
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.