This is our first “sausage fest” in a long time. All lovely and talented males… Steve “The Voice of Reason”, Dr. Captain Clark, Bill Schmotz, P.W. Fenton, and of course the actual Spike. We did mange to hear a female voice when Tonya called us from the wilds of Pennsylvania. There is lots of topic changing music, Tony Gorgonzola calls in, and The Clydesdales get kicked out of the barn. But do not panic, a replica of their home will be built for them in the kentle. Yes… we said “kentle“. Please be advised, we will be awol next week (December 1st) but we will return on December 8th to heap further abuse on the English language.
This week’s show was way better than last weeks show simply because it exists, and last week’s doesn’t. In attendance was the lovely and talented Clark, the lovely and talented Steve, the lovely and talented P.W., the lovely and talented Dee, the lovely and talented Bill Schmotz, and of course our lord and master Spike. After Andy hid from Dick, and Bill Schmotz recreated a scene from “Basic Instincts”, our old friend Tony Gorgonzola dropped in via the phone line. Dee and Clark agreed to meet in a “pervert contest” (no date was set), the lovely and talented Monica called in sick, and Spike invented many new words including “Sonagrainium“. It is my understanding that our sponsor this week will be paying us for this episode in pennies.
This show had the largest crew assembled in the last 19 years of doing the Spike On The Mic Show. It features the lovely and talented P-Dub, the lovely and talented Steve, the lovely and talented Clark, the lovely and talented Bill Schmotz, the lovely and talented Deidre, the lovely and talented Monica, AND Spike too. As if that wasn’t enough, this show also features a game you can all play that highlights the crew’s thespian tendencies.
We return to the airwaves after the website disaster and we continue with Spike’s surprise declarations of guest hosts. This week the burden lands on Dr. Captain Clark who rose to the occasion with aplomb. We were joined once again by the lovely and talented Monika, and we were skipped once again by Deidre. Steve arrives late and assumes the role he always plays, that of the so called “Voice of Reason”.
Some of you may already know, but in case you don’t… We suffered a total loss of our entire website. The company that was hosting our website (Inmotion Hosting), while performing “routine maintenance”, managed to lose the hard drive upon which our website was stored. After they told us that they hadn’t backed it up before this “routine maintenance” they told us they were SO SORRY. So now we have moved our website to a new (and way more secure) location, but it will take us a good while to get back up to speed. We will post our next show right here, and you will be able to listen live as before, but our podcast feed may be interrupted for a while until we get it squared away.
This is the show we did just before we lost the entire website. I have no idea what we wrote about it, but I’m sure it was very witty. Clark was absent, and so was Dee, but Monika (seen above) was a repeat visitor. The iTunes feed appears to be restored and we appear to be back in business kind of. So we lost 2 years worth of work… big deal.
Posted on October 8, 2013 by P-Dub
The basic cast (again minus Deidre) returns and tries to pretend we are doing the show and not watching the Rays in the ALDS. The guys try and decide what their outfit would be if their choice was limited to one, indestructible, un-soilable, never smelly outfit. There are fraudulently dead dogs… palm reader surgical enhancements… a Pope under fire… an explosive wedding ceremony… and Spike actually pronounces “anti-microbial additives”. All that, and P-Dub wins the birthday birth-off.
The usual cast of characters (minus the lovely and talented Miss Deidre) swallow our toes, and sniff the lovely flora. We are constantly interrupted by Spike’s celebrity friends calling in (so they can get the free Seiko watch he promised each of them). In order of phone call we hear from, Lynne Austin, Kevin House, and Fred McGriff. We even hear from Miss Deidre (and family). Rumor has it that Miss Dee will return next week.
“Our funniest show ever!” (Insert fake laughter) The regular cast of little character assembles once again, with the exception of the lovely and talented Miss Deidre who was being a good daughter taking care of her mom. Lots of laughs. We tackle a plethora… a cornucopia… a whole lot of topics, with a little something to offend everyone. Clark plays a better pair of black men than Spike, and amazingly the ghost of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has little to say. Who woulda thunk it?