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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 229 – Jackie Kashian on Betty Walker – Hello, Ceil – It’s Me

Jackie Kashian’s back to talk about an album neither of us knew about beforehand.  Lots of fun.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Jackie Kashian

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Hello, Ceil – It’s Me!!! on vinyl

My first documentary feature film is on DVD!  Pick up a copy

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 228 – Joseph Scrimshaw on the Not The 9 O’Clock News Debut Album

Joseph Scrimshaw returns to talk about an album he knows back and forth, British comedy in general, and what to do when you’re expected to quote Monty Python but don’t feel like it.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Joseph Scrimshaw

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Not the 9 OClock

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Dispatches from Fort Awesome Mini-Episode 2

Jason and Jen do some housecleaning and talk about the upcoming NewsRadio tribute comic.  Send questions and more to us, call 646-801-WNYX and e-mail freakzilla@scopenet.com!

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The Great Debate

What is the best medium for storytelling? Movies? Video games? TV? Or something older and more… analog?

The Buddies debate this ultimate of questions as they sip on their brand-spanking-new drink, the “Blemony Snicket.”

Also discussed: The (horrible) Assassin’s Creed movie! The revelatory experience of playing Horizon: Zero Dawn! Oh, and Alien Covenant, too…

 

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 211 – 6th Anniversary with James Urbaniak and Mike Worden on Martin Mull

James Urbaniak and Mike Worden return to help celebrate the 6th anniversary of Comedy on Vinyl with our first discussion of Martin Mull’s work.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: James Urbaniak

A Night Called Tomorrow
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Find I’m Everyone I’ve

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In Defense of Episodic Television, and Why It Should Die

The Buddies cast their final pod of 2016 while knocking back extra-strength sake “Man Cans,” left over from S’mike’s latest Sake Meet Up. Mike loses his $#!^ over Rogue One, discussing it’s may virtues with as few spoilers as possible.

The Buddies then turn their attention to episodic television and each makes a case either for or against it, based on how Netflix has turned the TV industry on its head. Intelligent stuff is said, but who is right? You be the judge!

Also: Misbehaving video game cameras! Mean children! New Year’s resolutions! And buddiness…

 

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 205 – Derek Sheen on Brother Theodore – Coral Records Presents Theodore

 

I can’t explain Brother Theodore, but Derek Sheen can, and his reason for loving his work is fascinating.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Derek Sheen

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Brother Theodore on Discogs

Watch my new film Looking Forward: 2016 unfold, day-b

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