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.
We blow the lid on Second City, and Improv after “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Superstar Greg Proops is exposed as a fraud.
Stephanie Miller’s favorite satirist John Fugelsang joins us! Jimmy Dore reprises Colonel Leadbottom in, “Your Mommy Is Not Here.” Then David trashes Baptists, Martin Luther King and Jews. Can you smell the love? Along with Chris Hobbs. Today’s show is more mean than funny, just the way we like it. Our targets include the United States Army, Glenn Beck, Michael Jackson, Eliot Spitzer, Arizona, The Los Angeles Police Department, Female Viagra, and David’s son’s lame attempt at comedy writing, B.P., Yacht Racing. David tries kindness by defending Congressman Joe Barton while Fugelsang attacks Harriet Tubman, Rihanna, Fox News, President Obama, Prayer, False Christians, Anti-Depressants, Rand Paul, NBC, Mitt Romney, and Uggs. Executive Producer Troy Conrad. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Rich Brown, Jim Earl and David Feldman. Please subscribe to us on iTunes.
Comedian Paul Provenza author of Satiristas, host of the new Showtime series Greenroom, and director of the hit movie The Aristocrats.