TV Land calls Paul Goebel “The world’s leading expert on television trivia.” The audience as well as our cast and crew are stunned as David tries to stump him.
Jackie Kashian host of The Dork Forest tries to explain to David why Dungeons And Dragons is a good thing. Plus David apologizes for what he said about Abbie Hoffman.
David tries to do the show on percodan. He interviews Emmy winning Comedy Writer Ed Crasnick but David’s wife insists on correcting and or emasculating David in public by correcting his knowledge of Adrian Zmed and Dance Fever. Ed Crasnick recalls entertaining his parents as a child from inside a closet. Crasnick slams executives from A&E and talks about what it’s like to have a serial killer for a neighbor. David attempts an imitation of Suzanne Pleshette while Eddie recounts who really killed Judy Garland. Our show also features brand new music from Alan Chapman and the angelic voice of Karen Benjamin. Eddie Pepitone devises a way to clean the Gulf of Mexico. Our show stars Alan Chapman, Karen Benjamin, Jim Earl, Eddie Pepitone and Ed Crasnick. Written by, Alan Chapman, Jose Arroyo, Ben Zelevansky and Eddie Pepitone. Our executive producer is Troy Conrad. Tonight’s show was mixed and engineered by Alex Steen.
Paul F. Tompkins Talks Comic Con 2010. Plus Hell’s Kitchen! Eddie Pepitone tries to cold read a sketch. New music from Alan Chapman. Jim Earl’s love letter to David’s wife. One of our best shows ever. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Jim Earl, Ben Zelevansky and David Feldman. Executive Producer Troy Conrad. Mixed and edited by Alex Steen.
60’s Radical edited Lenny Bruce’s autobiography, “How to Talk Dirty and Influence People.” Paul went on to create the Yippies with Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and is one of the key figures of the 1960s counterculture. People Magazine calls Krassner “The Father Of The Underground Press.” Five years after Lenny Bruce’s death–Groucho Marx said, “I predict that in time Paul Krassner will wind up as the only live Lenny Bruce.” Paul Krassner’s latest book is an expanded edition of his 1993 autobiography, “Confessions of a Raving, Unconfined Nut: Misadventures in the Counterculture,” available at paulkrassner.com.
Eddie Pepitone goes missing when David and Jim set up a play date with the sidekick from Tuna Afficionado. Rick Overton and Paul Provenza star. Along with Jimmy Dore, Jim Earl, Jane Edith Wilson, Stefane Zamorano, and Troy Conrad. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Jim Earl and David Feldman. Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Executive Producer Troy Conrad.