Monthly Archives: December 2017

2017 Top Lists of Whatever the Hell We Felt Like

The Buddies warm themselves with Mike’s hard n’ hot apple cider as they see 2017 out the door, counting down this insane year the right way. The Buddies way.

With “Top Whatever” Lists!

Plus: No Star Wars spoilers! Silver linings! Plus-sized litter mats!

Annnd of course, humor…

 

Listen to Original Podcast Here: goo.gl/B2K9dz
(via the Buddies in Space Podcast)

Hard n’ Hot Cider Recipe

6oz apple cider

2oz Apple Pie Moonshine

1/2 shot whiskey

dried cloves

sliced apple

sliced oranges

Warm all ingredients on stovetop

2017 Top Lists of Whatever the Hell We Felt Like was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

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Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour Podcast Episode 131: All-In-Alda

This week, Dan and Jay are joined, yet again, by their Christmasy pal, Taylor Jessen, to discuss An Interview (below) that Dan and Jay improvised for their second-ever Christmas album.

They also talk about their NEW Christmas Album, Ho! for the Holidays, which you can download for free at

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 249 – Grey DeLisle on Sam Kinison – Louder Than Hell

Stand up has always been her dream, but voice over has been her work for most of her time in LA.  Grey DeLisle is not only Daphne and countless other voices, but now she’s realizing her dream of doing stand-up comedy, and picked the first album she can remember having to sneak.

Host: Jason K

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What’s With You? Scooby-Doo! Ep. 60 – Snow Place Like Home

WHAT?! That’s right we’re back and causing a ruckus as nic is joined by none other than the terrific Tim Nydell (@SaturdayRewind) of the Saturday Morning Rewind podcast. Check out we recap the gang putting this iceman’s feet to the fire in this fantastic ep!

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Dispatches from Fort Awesome Episode 53 – Tom Cherones

He directed the bulk of NewsRadio, and agreed to a fun, casual talk about the show and directing.

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What’s With You? Scooby-Doo! Ep. 60 – Arizona/Holland

In a globe trotting test of athleticism and altruism Scooby-Doo’s Laff-A-Lympics is…weird. And a ton of fun! nic is joined by Josh Baker (@Josh_Bakerrr) to talk about cartoons, some music, and these bad boys!

Bevbuckle.com

Oh yeah. It goes there.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 248 – Romesh Ranganathan on Flip Wilson – Cowboys and Colored People

Romesh is here in the US, doing stand-up at The Greek Theatre on December 21st!  He wanted to talk about Flip Wilson, because no one else in the UK knows who he is.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Romesh Ranganathan

RomeshRanganathan.com
Cowboys and Colored People on V

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 248 – Romesh Ranganathan on Flip Wilson – Cowboys and Colored People was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment