I can comfortably say that this is the most important event in my life to date. So, as I gather together a few folks for a “bachelor party”, what better way to celebrate than to inebriate?
We spent the dinner portion of the evening at a glorious Brazilian Churrascaria (think Bridesmaids without all the pooing), so in the evening we retired to the ‘ol podcast studio for some silliness.
It’s just like a Power Half-Hour Podcast, except instead of shots of beer, we eat Ding Dongs.
(the guys from Hustlebot will probably agree: this photo makes me want to sick)
I’ve also added a 3-minute intro, to help you get in the mood for a process that no one has really even fully agreed to do.
For my teetotalers, I’ve debated in the past whether or not food can be a legitimate replacement for beer, but I always came to the conclusion that eating food every minute (even if it’s just an M&M or the like) will slow down talk time and be quite intrusive for conversation. As you’ll hear for the 11/12 minutes that we actually survive, I was way right.
But hey – nobody got sick (not this time, anyway)!
First time ever, I try to do this nonsense with four, count ‘em, Four (4), guests!
Allow me to present local improv comedy troupee, Hustlebot!
Listen closely as the guys plug all of their websites, some of which are listed here!
Most of all, look at their pretty face! And tell me in the comments all of the things I’ve forgotten to write here, because I’m simply too drunk to think.
Hey folksy people!
It’s that time again! “What time is it?” you might ask… It’s time to attempt conversation while drinking a whole bunch of beer!
This time around, I open the humble doors of my beertable to some dear return guests. Not only are they friends of mine for totally different reasons, they both happen to be childhood schoolmates and natives of the floodregions of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. We talk about what it’s like to have friends as a child, and we make up oodles of history about Johnstown.
“Check it out!”
-Dr. Steve Brule (about something else, likely)
I insist that you give this episode a listen right away, as it is a really good one. Aren’t they all really good ones? Well yes, they are. Am I drunk when I say that? No, but I was when I decided that they were all really good. They must be!
Featuring new friend and compatriot of the show, Ali Spagnola! You’ve heard of her on this site before, when I asked you to support her (our) worthy cause for the rights to call what we do a “power hour”. She has recently released her new version of “The Power Hour Album” and I insist that you buy a copy today! It’s all fantastic, as you’ll hear from my sampling on this here podcast episode. Also, nobody buys Compact Discs any more, so I suggest you do what I did and buy it on a USB Shot Glass!
And latter but obviously not leaster, dear friend of the show Robin Hitchcock (of HitchDied and Double R Diner and PHP101 fame) has returned to give us her perspective on all of the fun. She is also a perfect new audience for all things funny and musical (so ‘well done me’!)…
It’s a fun thing! Go listen to it! Then buy the album!
…and we’re havin’ some beers! Some new friends from the County of Beaver venture into town for a rollicking adventure. If you listen closely, perhaps you’ll hear us breaking things!
This episode’s theme is Sci-Fi/Fantasy, but our quiztress never fails to find the hardest questions of the genre. Enjoy!
Just when you thought you weren’t ready to drink along while four people watch a silly movie. You totally are!
There’s so much drinking going on during this movie, there’s bound to be something worthwhile that was said…
I’ve done it again. I’ve recreated the big bang in a large hadron collider. Oh bugger – wait. No. That wasn’t me. I actually recreated a big band in a large healthcare provider. I didn’t realize how different these things were. I’m sorry for my confusion, and any empathic confusion I might have spilled onto you.
So. As you’ll hear in my glorious intro, this Sodelet is a bit of an unusual biddy.
For this week’s installment, I decided to something fun and off-the-beaten-path. Instead of continuing to drink, I thought we could all just share some our post-power-hour state in performance. I have asked Matt, Roxanne & Fred, the crew of Bananas For Breakfast to perform the entirety of their webcomic.
Please follow along! Go to the site at www.bananasforbreakfast.com and follow along!
Let’s go now, and join everybody as they start from the very beginning.
Oh hi! It’s that time again!
This week on the glorious event, we do a bit of an experiment with cross-promotion! Today’s guests are the cast and crew of the new webcomic, “Bananas for Breakfast“. We’ll do a bit of talking about it (but even MORE in the Sodelet), so feel free to go check them out before/while you listen…
Live-Action Duck Tales Snuff Film:
King Lear! This weekend!
Following the fantastic episode from last week, I now present the special sodelet that was to follow. Redundant much? Yes. Do I like sentences that say the same thing twice between the capital letter and the ending punctuation? Yes, I do.
Liz & Norman continued where we left off (after a bit [more] of a break [than any amount of smoking should really require]) and we were joined by the fabulous Ms. Kaitlin, star of Episode & Sodelet 6.
Love it or leave it, You better gain way. You better hit bull’s eye, The kid don’t play!
Catch y’all on the flipside!