Right off the bat, before anyone is introduced, we learn a new word… “Disrebeef” which means “to return a person’s beef only to take it back again.” Joining the lovely and talented regular staff members are the lovely and talented tag team known as Cindi & Lynn with no “E”. The intros seem to take up half the show but we do learn that all babys look like the Voice of Reason. About midway through the show we start our first topic which has something to do with using drug money to buy Lottery tickets. The first topic turns out to be the last topic because we go from there to Clark’s “What’s Twending?”, and from there to another of Spike’s well planned out quiz/games to fill out the show.
Participating are the lovely and talented Spike, Bill Schmotz, Dr. Captain Clark, Steve “VOR” Ericson, P.W. Fenton, and special guest, the lovely and talented Monica. We cover a range of topics including age and weight requirements for strip clubs, and raising the cost of parking tickets to fund the hiring of new police. Clark learns that “gubbmint is hod”, and Spike is shot by a police officer for going for his bird jerky. We look at “What’s Twending” and Morgan Freeman calls in on the studio line once again. We attempt to help Spike settle a bet about biting and chewing and I don’t think it worked out well for him.
Back after a couple of weeks off is our lovely and talented panel, comprised of Dr. Captain Clark, Steve “Voice Of Reason” Ericson, Bill Schmotz, P.W. Fenton, and Mr. Spike On The Mic. This week we are joined by the lovely and talented Tatia who seems to almost instantly regret showing up. We discuss changing our names, riding self-driving cars, and we endure another of Spike’s not too well planned games. And, of course, Tatia continues to annoy Spike by jotting down all the words he slaughters. All in all, it’s clear we haven’t lost a bit of our “joie de vivre”.
This show was close to being one of our Best Award Deserving Shows.
Surprising we managed to work thru this without our producer PW
to make this sound go thru your ear drums. We talked about, is this
Criminal or Protective Mother. Pepper spray maybe, but you’re still a criminal.
Word on the street, Burger King will now be the “Cheesiest”. We also helped a listener, who happened to also write Dear Abby about this problem. The answer is “Collaberal Damage”. Listen for the reference to the historical Walkmen, Palushious Studio,
Falling Beer Bottles, the definition of Best Friend and the ever popular
“Shree-Shay-Qua”. BTW who knew JB Ball has strong thighs…
This was to be our first night back on the air after a 2 week break, but it almost didn’t happen. The room in Pin Chasers where we normally do the show had been booked for some kind of bowler’s revival meeting, so we had to quickly set up to do the show out on the lanes right behind lane #50. On top of that Dr. Captain Clark was delayed at the airport so he was a no show. Luckily for us we had as a special guest, the lovely and talented Estee, and another phone call from the lovely and talented Morgan Freeman. Doing the show out on the lanes was actually kind of fun, but I hope we are back in our palushious studio for the next show.
Due to circumstances beyond our control there will be no “live” shows on August 8th, and August 15th. We will return on August 22nd at 7PM Eastern to bring you what will be possibly the greatest show of any kind ever anywhere at any time, and we never exaggerate.
This episode features the all XY set of Spike On The Mic regulars. The lovely and talented Steve, Clark, Bill, Spike, and P.W. (pictured here). In a show that is certain to win us a Peabody, we cover Moms Mabley, Harry Bonafellow, our brushes with Grapenuts, Dog Doo DNA, Will Smiff, Racism, Reffitution, why Steve wears an “Age Cap”, why Bill lost his marbles in jail, and why the cast will eventually be turned into diamonds. When Samuel Morse sent that first telegraph message… “What hath God wrought?” THIS is what he was talking about.
This show features our normal lovely and talented cast and crew, live from Pinchasers at 4847 North Armenia Ave in Tampa, Florida. But this week we are joined by special guests, comedians Colin Means and Zac Townsend, authors of The Hungover Achiever website. One of the things that make these two guys so special to us is the way they so naturally show us no respect at all. Particularly impressive (and appreciated) was the way they concentrated on the sartorial elegance of Steve “The Voice of Reason”. Otherwise we yanked injured accident victims out of their cars, started Go-Fund-Me pages, robbed a small New Mexico town where the law enforcement are convicted felons who can’t carry guns… you know… regular stuff.
Besides the normal gang of lovely and talented miscreants we are joined by the lovely and talented Estee (pictured to the left of Spike). Right off the bat our wheels go off the track and they never seem to get back on. To be consistent though, Spike still gets his chromosomes confused. Spike begins a topic by asking us if we remember Kim Davis, and then starts a topic that she has nothing to do with. But Dr. Captain Clark does refuse to marry people who wear sandals, and who can blame him? After a moment of silence Spike tells the story of “grieving Almendef Efferelle” which eventually turns into a Spike 2 Peace Theater episode in which Clark and P-Dub are gay parents of an 18 year old daughter. This gives P-Dub the long awaited opportunity to mention “The Pirates of Penzance”. Of course we finish with another impossible to follow game show.
I know we’ve said it before but this could be the most confusing show ever. We are not even sure who’s on it because not everyone was here when we started it. It starts out with a guy who wants his money back when his girlfriend breaks up with him for not wanting to get married. Spike then introduces a new segment called “What’s Good On The Mic?” which is a story about a woman named Siri, Sherry, or Yuri that does something nice. It concludes with all of us agreeing it was nice. Great segment! We then play our worst game ever, and Bill Schmotz wins it because he didn’t have to sit through the show prior to that and his mind was clear. After Clark announces “White Guys In Plaid” playing at the Straz, things get really serious. This show will be clearly marked so that no one can claim it was an accident.