Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Buddies Finally Saw Infinity War

Taking a brief respite from Guest Fest, the Buddies fly solo (duo?) as they throw back S’mike’s take on a take on the classic cocktail “Le Demon Vert” and finally break down all things Infinity War, from hidden messages to the best gags and more.

Also: Mike’s Meyers Briggs results! Predictions for future Marvel movies! And comedy!

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

 

Le Buddy Vert Recipe

Ingredients:

1 part Absinthe (we used local Honeoye Falls Verte Absinthe)

4 parts Ungava Gin

1 part Grenadine

Juice of 1/2 a lime

Directions:

Add all ingredients to shaker

Shake until cold

Pour, enjoy!

The Buddies Finally Saw Infinity War was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

What’s With You? Scooby-Doo! Ep. 86 – Nowhere to Hyde

Let’s get nuts and look at a supremely classic episode of Scooby-Doo as Smith Galtney joins nic to chat about growing up!

Web: whatswithyouscoobydoo.com

Email: whatswithyouscoobydoo@gmail.com

Facebook: facebook.com/whatswithyouscoobydoo.com

Twitter + IG: @WWYscoobydoo

Music: wwysd.bandcamp.com

Episode Permalink: HERE

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 265 – Brian Huskey on Monty Python and Eddie Murphy

Brian Huskey is too much fun.  He flew in on his massive private jet to talk about two albums which mean different things to him and to his comedy.  We also talk about the changing landscape of comedy distribution and fandom, but it’s actually kinda fun.  His special Mr. Neighbor’s House 2 com

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What’s With You? Scooby-Doo! Ep. 85 – The Vampire Strikes Back

In a shocking move of epic proportions, nic gets off topic this week as Mick Pratt (@KawaiitRiot) joins nic to chat about an ep of What’s New Scooby-Doo? as well as conventions, anime, and the phenomenon of fandom as a whole! We may even wade into the recent controversies surrounding Thundercats Roar

Permalink: Here

Web: whatswithyouscoobydoo.com

Facebook: facebook.com/whatswithyouscoobydoo

Email: whatswithyouscoobydoo@gmail.com

Twitter + IG: @wwyscoobydoo

Music: wwysd.bandcamp.com

What’s With You? Scooby-Doo! Ep. 85 – The Vampire Strikes Back was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

Dispatches from Fort Awesome Episode 67 – S3E22 – The Real Deal

Rome wasn’t burnt in a day, Jimmy.

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Dispatches from Fort Awesome Episode 67 – S3E22 – The Real Deal was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

The Awakened Soul Episode 52: Conversations with The Podfather

The #1 podcast in Columbus returns when Haize discusses politics, Trump’s relationship with the West family, the NBA Finals and Justin Bieber being sued. Poindexter from UML makes his debut on the podcast. A new segment debuts and The Stupid Idiot of The Week Returns.

4:47 In The Mind of Haize
25:11 Ok So Here’s The Thing w/ @_DreadLightly
28:12 Justin Bieber being sued
30:29 Stupid Idiot of The Week
34:10 NBA Finals
41:59 Hip Hop Convo w/ @PoindexterUML

Follow Haize: @CEOHaize

Follow us: @AwakenedSoulPod

Contact us: TheAwakenedSoulPod@gmail.com

 

 

The Awakened Soul Episode 52: Conversations with The Podfather was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour – The Silver Jubilee Theme Song Music Video!

Our 25th anniversary song has a music video!  Featuring Dan, Jay and a special appearance by theme song composer and performer Nic Robes!

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 264 – J. Keith van Straaten on An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer

J. Keith has a special place for Tom Lehrer in his heart.  And in his life.  He interviewed Lehrer as a very young man, and we get into his entire history with Lehrer and his work.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: J. Keith van Straaten

jkeith.net
An Evening Wasted on Vi

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Celery Sound Records – Re-Introducing Paul Dooley’s 1961 album “Booked Solid!”

Legendary actor Paul Dooley (Sixteen Candles, Breaking Away, Popeye) released the album Booked Solid! in 1961, and it hasn’t been re-released until today.

With cover art and audio restored by master archivist Taylor Jessen (archivist for The Firesign Theatre), Dooley’s only stand-up album, featuring his “reading” from classic “books” like The Subway Rule Book and Thermodynamics for Swinging Lovers, is Celery Sound’s first stand-up release, and we couldn’t be prouder.

A physical release is also planned, but we wanted you to have access to the digital version as soon as possible.

Buy the album in our shop

Visit Paul Dooley on Twitter

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(via Celery Sound Records)

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Celery Sound Records – Re-Introducing Paul Dooley’s 1961 album “Booked Solid!”

Legendary actor Paul Dooley (Sixteen Candles, Breaking Away, Popeye) released the album Booked Solid! in 1961, and it hasn’t been re-released until today.

With cover art and audio restored by master archivist Taylor Jessen (archivist for The Firesign Theatre), Dooley’s only stand-up album, featuring his “reading” from classic “books” like The Subway Rule Book and Thermodynamics for Swinging Lovers, is Celery Sound’s first stand-up release, and we couldn’t be prouder.

A physical release is also planned, but we wanted you to have access to the digital version as soon as possible.

Buy the album in our shop

Visit Paul Dooley on Twitter

View Original Post Here: http://bit.ly/2xOtoDI

(via Celery Sound Records)

Celery Sound Records – Re-Introducing Paul Dooley’s 1961 album “Booked Solid!” was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment