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Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour Podcast Episode 55 – The Golden Hour

Dan and Jay talk about the one completed actual sketch that would have ended up on their planned 2002 album, “Jenny is a Slute.”  The sketch is called “Tea,” and is about a husband and wife, both played by Jay.   They also talk about the presents Dan got Jay for his birthday, and a podcast by a former sitcom star.

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Wallet Archaeology

S’mike provides a rare gem, allowing the Buddies to mine his high school and college wallet, untouched for many a year. Seriously, no man should have this many-

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Also discussed: romantic dilemmas with video game sorceresses, awkward true life break-up stories and the virtues of living on Long Island vs. Staten Island. Assuming you think that there are any…

Plus, comedy!

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 151 – Jason C. Brown on the SNL Album

Jason C. Brown is the director of an upcoming short film called Imaginary Friends, which is currently funding on Indiegogo, hence our unusual posting of a COV bonus episode this week.  I may be biased (see me in the promo video below), but I think you should go send some money their way so t

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 150 – David Melville on George Formby

The Independent Shakespeare Company’s own David Melville returns, to again open up our comedy minds to the works of George Formby.  Still a respected name in English comedy, his work never quite traversed the ocean sufficiently, so it’s time for some mind expansion.  Formby’s double-entendre-laden ukulele tunes are played with an unusual skill on an instrument mistakenly seen as simple, especially given its current ubiquity.  Enjoy some fun tunes and, if you’re in LA, go see the Independent Shakespeare Company at Griffith Park this summer.

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Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour Podcast Episode 54 – The Unspoken Leprechaun

This week, Dan and Jay talk about the second of their trips to Cooperstown and Milford, New York.  For five years, they recorded their mini-trips in various formats, and in 1999, they took some pictures to accompany their crappy dictaphone.  We’ve uploaded the first two as videos to our Y

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 149 – Craig Rowin on Weird Al – Off The Deep End

Craig Rowin of Your Pretty Face is Going To Hell drops by (and so do I, this was “on location” in Hollywood) to talk about Weird Al’s perfectly-timed “Off The Deep End.”  Now, before you write me an e-mail about this being a CD-era album, I’d advise you to go to the Netherlands.  Where they released this album on vinyl, apparently.  Craig squeaked it, but I’m glad he did.  This has one of my all-time top Weird Al songs, and we had a blast talking about (individually) meeting Weird Al, as well as, in his case, working with him.

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Kate Hopper | Pratfalls of Parenting Ep 139

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“Once we start to share our stories, everybody feels less alone.”
Episode 139 features writer and educator Kate Hopper. Kate talks about the…

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