Once again, we're joined today by Liz Miele. In this episode, we hear about Liz's old days when she did gymnastics. After that, it's on to a woman who got kicked off a plane just for singing. Then, we talk about all the topless women supposedly walking around NYC these days. Speaking of women's things, Randolph really needs a purse. And we close out with some crafty families who found out a new way to skip the lines at Disneyworld.
Hey, guess who's back as a special guest this week? That's right it's the hilarious Liz Miele. We spend some time catching up with Liz on the NYC comedy scene and all of the feminists vs. rape jokers battling it out. We also talk about the perils of blogger culture and, for that matter, podcast culture. And somehow we get onto the topic of subway nudity. We close out with Randolph and Liz recounting their time performing at a nudist colony.
Here we are again, folks. In this episode, we discuss a bloggy blog written by a bloggy blogger who posted an open letter to white male comedians about rape jokes and rape culture, etc. We try to make sense of it all. After getting exhausted by all that, we discuss the head of a sexual assault program who got arrested. Guess what for. And we close out with an update on a different bloggy blogger who tried to weight shame a cheerleader.
In this episode, we talk about what everyone is talking about: the Cleveland kidnapping case. We break down the play by play and the fallout, including the viral interview of Charles Ramsey. Or Charley-Ram for short. We also try to figure out how we would have handled things if we were in the same situation. Oh, and psychics are morons. Enjoy the show!
In this episode, we spend a few minutes getting to know the world's dumbest carnival game player. He thought he actually had a chance. After that, it's the story of a family who gave a real gun to a real five-year-old who then shot a real bullet at his real sister. From there, it's on to a star athlete who's trying to pick up the pieces after being falsely accused of sexual assault. and we close out with some talk of a racist Mountain Dew commercial.
In this episode, we hash out the recent news of NBA player Jason Collins coming out of the closet, including Chris Broussard's response. We also take a look at the recently released footage of Reese Witherspoon's arrest. After that, it's on to a rapper who got blown on stage and didn't even miss a beat. And we close out with a group of high school students who decided to start a twerk team, and a blogger who tried to weight-shame a cheerleader.
Remember that sorority email from last week? Well in this episode, we give you guys the latest update. We also discuss Paul Mooney's recent inflammatory remarks that seem to have pissed off one whole person on Twitter. A sordid jailhouse soap opera is detailed. And we close out with a woman who really wants you to practice abstinence, and a woman with the world's strongest vagina.
In this episode, we welcome a special guest, the hilarious KT Tatara, who sits in for the whole show. We start things off trying to figure out how to determine if something is gay or just homo-erotic. After that, it's on to some comedy talk as we get into the story of an America's Got Talent contestant who allegedly stole a joke from the show's warm-up comic and did it in his audition. Stolen material? Coincidence? We try to decide.
In this episode, we talk about the predictable reactions to Jamie Foxx's recent "controversial" t-shirt choice. We then turn our attention to a couple people who were forced to take off their hoodies before boarding a plane. And did you know some places still have segregated proms? Black proms and white proms are different. We close out discussing a new movement to raise children without diapers, and the world's greatest rage-filled sorority email.
This podcast, like everything else you've heard in the last few days, is dominated by talk of the Boston Marathon bombings. Not just the bombings, though, but also the reactions of people in the comedy community. Did you know there are some things you just shouldn't joke about? Some things are just too offensive. And you wouldn't want to piss off your Facebook friends, would you? We also take a short tangent and watch the fertilizer plant explosion in Texas.
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