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“Right now it’s a struggle to make art and parent.”
Potter and visual artist Wade Scheel talks about making work for himself and making work for others. Wade talks about running his own art gallery with his wife, Camille, and having to recover after losing the gallery. He also talks very openly a…
Dan and Jay talk about MAGnet, Part II for some reason. They then discover the fantastical secret ingredient in Shock Top’s Honey Bourbon Cask Wheat. Hint: It’s extinct.
Here’s the trailer for our feature-length home videos that is the reason for the title of this episode. Toward the end
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Why not listen to our weirdest podcast in it’s most raw form? Here’s episode one of the Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour podcast.
The year was 1993. Dan Gomiller and Jason Klamm pressed record on a tape player for the first time as a comedy duo. On this inaugural episode of the Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour podcast, Dan and Jay discuss their few memories of this first recording and play a clip that they quickly beg for forgiveness for. They also take some time to catch up.
Each week on the Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour Podcast, comedians Dan Gomiller and Jason Klamm catch up and discuss their first-ever comedic works, including early teenage cassette-based improv and VHS feature film attempts.
This week, with author Mark Miller, we revisit Robert Klein, this time covering the fantastic “Child of the 50s.” Mark talks about his love of comedy, and starting out in stand up in San Francisco, and moving on to writing for Carol Burnett, Jimmy Walker and Dana Carvey, to name a
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“When I’m afraid of something it means something big. It means I find something fascinating.”
Kenny Blumenfeld’s bio starts “There once was a boy who was terrified of thunderstorms…” Kenny is a weather expert, a weather researcher, a science communicator, a documentarian, storyteller, and writer….
Dan and Jay discuss puppetry and a sketch in which Jason gets bored real quick.
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In this episode Ari and Dan discuss the very eighties nineties buddy cop film The Hard Way (1991). An examination of whether or not Michael J. Fox makes a convincing action star as well as the purpose and decline of movie novelizations is had.
Joseph Scrimshaw is an hilarious gentleman with a seemingly odd choice for this week’s discussion – Frank Sinatra’s “The Tea Break” monologue from the 1966 album “Sinatra At The Sands.” Not only is this Sinatra doling out some well-honed bits, the monologue’s honesty and the atmosphere it c
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