Monthly Archives: February 2016

Looking Forward, 2016

In 2012, we released the feature film Looking Forward for free, on YouTube. It took eight years to complete, and by 2012, there was more than enough footage to finally put together the story of my fictional alter ego of the same name, preparing for his run for the presidency for 2020 (and 2016). You can still watch the film for free, below.

Now, in 2016, the first campaign-eligible year of his campaign (almost, he’s eligible in July), the fictional Jason Klamm’s story continues. Only this time, it isn’t being told in a traditional way. This is the world’s first film sequel to exist as a series of video blogs by over a dozen characters in the world of the campaign. Starting in March, these video blogs will roll out, day by day, beginning with Jason’s first campaign video.

Each weekend, we’ll be posting a re-cap of the video blogs of the week, and you’ll also be able to follow the story in its entirety from the point of view of someone else, watching the campaign a bit too closely, at WatchingForward.worpdress.com.

Why Did I Buy This The Pharmacy Scene From Hell

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moviemelangeIf I believed in guilty pleasures, I’d probably consider He’s Just Not That Into You to be right up there next to Dirty Dancing and Bulletproof. However, I don’t subscribe to the whole guilty pleasure disclaimer. I think if you like a film, you should embrace it. I understand that’s pretty rich coming from a woman whose entire podcast is built on making excuses for her vast and diverse DVD collection, but I stand by it.

I like the films I like.

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Ol’ Laser-Tooth

The Buddies plumb the depths of their day and find humor in the mundane, from laser gum cleanings to  shoveling snow off a deck over and over and over again. All while drinking “Mediocre ‘Fuck-You Winter!’ Mojitos.” You’ll even learn the super-secret recipe for simple syrup!

Shhhhhhhhhhhh.

Things turn intriguing when Mike relays tales of studying the old moneyed rich in a college Sociology class, almost completely blowing S’mike’s mind. If you’ve ever wondered what Danny Wegman’s living room looks like, this is the podcast for you!

S’mike manages to drudge up even MORE stories about his bizarre younger life, including growing up kind of rich without realizing it and his father’s estranged relationship with the family. Next year Kurt Russel will be playing S’mike’s father a la Snake Pliskin in the based-on-a-true-story “Escape From Mississippi.”

Also: Mike’s review of a classy porn movie! Sexing up a romantic story about getting the Siuda’s together! S’mike’s ego-boosting audition reaction by a room full of oddly appreciative ladies!

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 172 – Jonathan Katz on Burns and Schreiber – In One Head and Out the Other

It’s time to send the little ones to dreamland… Not really, this is a pretty clean episode, especially given the album we’re covering.  The Thrilling Adventure Hour’s own narrator, Hal Lublin, joins us to discuss Robin Williams’ great live album.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
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Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour Podcast Episode 73 – You’re A Tartar

Dan reports live from the Salt Lake City airport and discusses a sketch with Jay in which the latter pitches a fit.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 171 – Hal Lublin on Robin Williams – A Night At the Met

It’s time to send the little ones to dreamland… Not really, this is a pretty clean episode, especially given the album we’re covering.  The Thrilling Adventure Hour’s own narrator, Hal Lublin, joins us to discuss Robin Williams’ great live album.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Wo

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Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour Podcast Episode 72 – The Refrigerator

This week, Dan eulogizes Antonin Scalia and Jay introduces us to the Valentine’s-themed crime procedural CSI: LA.

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Novelization Realization Project: Godzilla (2014)

Rich is joined by Eric Owens to discuss the novelization of the 2014 version of Godzilla, by Greg Cox. They discuss the pioneering literary perspective of 3rd person convenient, the movie’s scenery chewing budget, and the ecology of MUTOs.

If you like what you hear, check out the meager back catalogue or subscribe on iTunes.

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Pissed Connections

The Buddies are at it again, and this time no corner of Craigslist is safe!

On a suggestion from S’mike’s wife, BIS tackles the weirdest, creepiest and most desperate Missed Connections they can be handed (because they’re too lazy to find some themselves), and then mock the hell out of ’em.

Didn’t see that coming, DID ya?!

Marvel at the sparkling wit of the Trader Joe’s Passive-Aggressivist! Stand in awe of the creepy office park drone who is crowd-sourcing his stalking! Groan at the ubergeek who fills his post with more references than even the Buddies combined can pick up on!

Also, Mike relays his brief stint as a post-apocalyptic slum lord, S’mike toes the line of being a ruiner and OMG AERITH DIES ALL OVER AGAIN NOOOOOOOOO.

Oh, and Trainwreck gets a favorable review. Even if some penises are made to shrivel…

 

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 170 – Giulia Rozzi on Rodney Dangerfield – No Respect

Giulia Rozzi’s next album, True Love, comes out this Friday, February 12.  She’s hilarious and wanted to not only discuss Rodney Dangerfield, but an Italian kids song about having to take a pee.  It’s a fun time.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Giulia Rozzi

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(via The Comedy on Vinyl Podcast)