Guest host, Comedian Clark Brooks, joined by the all male regulars has designed a Kansas City themed show in honor of our midwestern host KCOR which broadcasts our weekly shows on their station every Wednesday night at 8:00 PM Central. Every topic has something to do with Kansas City, and Clark even challenges us to a Kansas City quiz to test our knowledge of the “City of Fountains”.
Aside from the regular sausage content, this recipe includes two double-Xs, Cindy & Lynn. Their presence gives our lives real meaning. Our first topic called “Lucy, you’ve got some splainin to do”, tells the story of a woman named “Cramblelt” and her partner, who are upset about the results of being artificially “enslemidated“. During this discussion we receive a call from the “Ramblin’ Fox” who, oddly enough, is actually listening to the show! We take on the groundbreaking and controversial topic “Is Christmas Too Commercial?”. Finally we give our “impits” on a “Dear Spike On The Mic” letter. This show is dedicated to the famous film star, Edgar Kennedy, who throughout his career kept a buckeye in his pocket.
This show features an all male panel of regulars (Spike, Steve, Clark, Bill, and P-Dub). Clark correctly points out that lately we have been getting rather “sausagy” and that we need some females on the show. Our 1st topic takes place in the Chicago High-rise Metropolitan Correctional Center, where an inmate is 34 sheets to the wind. From there we chat about a pervert photographer who snaps boob pics of unsuspecting women, much like Spike is doing in this picture. We discuss an invention that helps men keep their “gentittles” out of the water, and we close with the top ten things that “successful” people do (unlike any of us).
This show features all of the regular male cast members and his hosted by the mysterious Bill Schmotz. It is also special in that it’s only the 2nd show ever recorded at the P-Dub Palace studio. The significant of that location is evident when P.W. tells the story of why the show needed to be done from there. The story is not a pleasant one, and in fact may be too frightening for squeamish male listeners (Hence the subtitle “TMI Edition”). If you are afraid, the story appears between the 13:00 and 23:00 marks, and you can skip it. This is the only thing that mars the otherwise fine debut of Schmotz as guest host. In fact, our famous regular listener, Billie, left as her last words in the chat room… “Good host!” Which I believe is the first time she’s ever said that. Other, less disgusting topics included Halloween candy, poison Halloween candy, and a wonderful “Dear Spike On The Mic” letter.
Tonight’s show features a special guest, the lovely and talented Lynn Bates, who Spike eventually calls by another name. He also announces that this episode will be the most professional show of the season. However, during the first topic, which he calls – “Because of the Seasons I Like to Make Money“, he proves he has no idea what the season is called. The topic is about a man named “Kyle The Innervater“. He believes this will make this show “our most popular incorrect show” ever. We move from there to a topic featuring a 34 year old telling us how to live longer by not having sex. We eventually wrap up by playing that strange “Answer No Um” game. I wouldn’t lie about stuff like this. This is a damned funny show.
Today’s show features all but one (Miss Marilyn J) of our regular contestants, plus repeat offender Jef Rey. Tonight’s show features a moment of silence for “the people amunk us for the fear of flying.” That of course refers to the topic we know everyone has been waiting for… The Trans Eurasic Belt Development. After that the devil takes over the topic changing department and we go downhill from there into the predictable depths of the birthday game (also known as “Higher or Lower”).
Spike suggests a dollar in the tip jar every time he misspeaks. How much would you say he owes the jar this week? We are joined by a special guest, the lovely and talented comedian Jeff Rey. We explore copper power… water on Mars… and “po-tiss-o-pate” in a multiple choice test of general knowledge. I think I understand why, unlike Dr. Captain Clark, we did not win any of the awards we were nominated for in Creative Loafing’s “Best of the Bay”. We were not in the right category. Perhaps next year we should try to be nominated for “Least qualified to organize sounds into a coherent whole”.
This award nominated show is hosted by guest host and long time crew member, Dr. Captain Clark, and features the full cast of regulars plus one. The plus one in this case is comedian Tyler Horvath, known to most fans of the National Football League as “Tyler Horvath”. Clark guides us through topics like fraternities, phone calls from aliens, hoax bomb making, and phone calls from Miss Marilyn J’s cousins. We play a game of “Trump or Kardashian”, and of course we get the Christmas decorations ready for the holiday season.
In attendance this week Dr. Captain Clark, Miss Marilyn J, P.W. Fenton, Bill Schmotz, Steve Ericson, and special guest Janet Sciales the StarGoddess. We begin with a strange story about girl scouts attacked by a 5 foot shark in front of Publix. Then we move on to more normal things like taking a dump while on a pogo stick… Which leadsway into “Who’s Fooling’ Who?” and the “Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies”.
Finally the famous game show “Answer No Um” discussed helicopters, nipples, 3D glasses, and the skin color of turkeys on Thanksgiving. But the game was clearly won by Bill Schmotz doing such an excellent “Trump Answer” he made us all forget what his question was.