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.
Starring Jeff Garlin and Carlos Alazraqui. In our first musical, Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Jeff Garlin returns from Afghanistan to talk about his shows for the troops and reveals that he’s Eddie Pepitone’s kid brother. Before Jeff can do his dance number Eddie stops the show to confront Jeff about stealing his birthright. Jeff storms off the stage broken hearted. Jim tries to get Jeff to come back on the show by paying a visit to his hotel room, and runs into the late great Morey Amsterdam played by Carlos Alazraqui. Jim soon learns that Jeff Garlin has become one of the world’s biggest heroin dealers. Jim tries heroin for the first time and is suddenly inspired to finish his concept album “Shooting Heroin In Outer Space.” The show comes to a complete halt when Morey says, “Blessed be the joke maker.” Jim becomes a huge success, and when Cliff The Security Guard tells David that Jim is now sleeping with David’s stalker David goes ballistic. When it becomes painfully obvious that David is no longer more popular than Jim, David’s OCD acts up and he refuses to stop cleaning. As Jim becomes more distant, David insists that Eddie patch things up with his baby brother Jeff Garlin. Eddie refuses. David takes matters into his own hands by paying a visit to Jeff Garlin’s hotel room where Morey Amsterdam and Jeff cure David of his OCD by getting him addicted to heroin. Heroin turns David into a rail thin, sexy comic who turns the podcast into a revolutionary arm of left wing radicals trying to overthrow the government. Eddie becomes concerned that the podcast is going downhill as David and Jim seem to spend more time with the monkeys on their backs than they do worrying about the podcast. Jim’s monkey taunts Eddie. Eddie decides to confront his baby brother and pays a visit to Jeff Garlin’s hotel room. Jeff and Eddie patch things up by sharing the pain of being second bananas. Then Morey and Jeff get Eddie addicted to heroin. Jim, Eddie and David now spend all their time sitting around shooting smack. Jim is concerned that David is concerned that he’s sharing dirty needles with the monkey on his back. Jim accuses Eddie of having anal sex with the monkey on his back. Meanwhile Eddie turns into Hollywood’s biggest male model. But modeling career ends when he is attacked by heroin addicted humming birds. The podcast lays in ruins as Eddie lays at death’s door. Dr. Conrad Murray refuses to give Eddie heroin to ease the pain. The pentagon pays a visit to Eddie’s hospital room to inform him that he’s meddled with the New World Order by shooting all the heroin in Afghanistan. Jim, David and Eddie are told that if there is no heroin, there can be no war. And if there’s no war there’s no profit. Eddie, Jim and David promise not to do so much heroin to help keep the war in Afghanistan going. Our Show stars Jeff Garlin, Carlos Alazraqui, Eddie Pepitone, Jim Earl, Troy Conrad, Jimmy Dore, Jane Edith Wilson, Alan Chapman, Stefane Zamorano, Comedy’s Ron Babcock, and David Feldman. Sound effects generously provided by Carlos Alazraqui. Tonight’s show was written by Steve Rosenfield, Jim Earl, Jose Arroyo, and David Feldman. Music and Lyrics provided by Alan Chapman with special material provided by Jose Arroyo. Our executive producer is Troy Conrad. Tonight’s show is mixed and edited by Alex Steen. Please subscribe to us on iTunes.
Tom Kenny pops in at the last minute and agrees to plays Charlie Callas, a Zipper and the Sparkletts Man. Tonight’s live show stars Jane Edith Wilson, Karen Benjamin, Alan Chapman, Eddie Peppitone, and Jim Earl. We premiere Alan’s song “We’ve Got No Show.” David, Jim and Eddie interview the summer intern. David tries to win on Last Comic Standing. The situation in Greece worsens. And Jane Edith Wilson on Keith Olbermann reading James Thurber. Our program was written by Ben Zelevansky, Ned Rice, Jane Edith Wilson, Alan Chapman and David Feldman. “Because We’ve Got No Show” was written by Alan Chapman and performed by Alan Chapman and the lovely Karen Benjamin. Our executive producer is Troy Conrad. Tonight’s show was mixed and engineered by Alex Steen.
Plus Alan Chapman’s love song to David. Pepitone heckles while Todd discusses marijuana, sushi, lighting in restaurants, pitching shows with David, meat and spanking children.
Never Not Funny’s Jimmy Pardo stops by to school David in Podcasting Arts And Sciences. Simply put, one of our funniest shows all year. Thanks Jimmy.