Here is show #194. We know it’s an older show, but apparently it never made it into our podcast feed on iTunes. Never too late to ketchup though. (See what I did there?).
This week’s show features 2 special guests, the lovely and talented Billie, and the lovely and talented Kim. But preparations for the show began with finding out 90 minutes before air time that our palluscious studios were not available and we had no place to do the show. With one hour to go we decided to set up to do the show in the bowling alley lounge, something we were not ready to try with 7 microphones and no hardwire network hook-up. But with 3 minutes to spare we got all set up and ready to go. As crazy as it was, it turned into one of our funniest shows of 2016. Who knew we’d save the best till last. Next show will be live on January 9th at 7PM Eastern.
We clearly need more women guests. A show of just the lovely and talented regular males seems to get off the track too easily. Once again Spike tries to explain why we are the Picasso of radio but we are struck by his resemblance to Hitler. We are side tracked so often it takes twenty minutes to actually START the first topic which as something to do with turnstiles that “admit one person at a time like Didney Whirl“. This twists into a discussion about Spike’s great aunt loving Piggly Wiggly, and Steve bagging groceries. At the 30 minute mark we begin a second topic which has something to do with Princess Brown not allowing football players to chew tobacco at work. We are left with just enough time to talk about “What’s Twending“. When Spike says in the promo that this is the most confusing show on radio, this must be the show he was talking about.
Our lovely and talented regular male members begin the show discussing wether Steve should divert attention away from being covered in gravy stains by storming out of the studio. Despite our urging him to storm out, he remains for the entire show, which incidentally is now called “an award deserving Picasso“. Spike’s first topic is about 3 men with constantly changing names who are suing Chipotle because their “Bereavo” made them too full. We move from there to Bloomington, Indiana where they are changing the names of holidays because of “popular political correctness”. Our final topic is about a man named “Okassa Lou” who accidentally gropes a woman while driving a train in Tokyo. Only the train turns out to be a bus, Okassa Lou turns out to be just a passenger, and he was actually picking pockets. This show has been selected to entertain the prisoners at Guantanamo.
Our core group of lovely and talented male members are in attendance. We of course begin with confusion and disarray leading to too many references to Schweddy Balls. But Spike reminds us that “You can not put a caged tiger into a cage.” Which we are forced to admit is true. Our 1st topic, which should be the 1st topic of every show, is called “This Can’t End Well”. But it turns out to have something to do with clown sperm cells doing card tricks for eggs. Then we examine why it’s hard to say the words “car” and “ma” when they are combined into one word. Next is the story of turning beer into vodka. As per the usual, Spike holds back important details until the panelists have all reached a conclusion. Clark continues his “What’s Twending?” series, before we wrap things up by playing Spike’s new game show… “What’s The Percentage?” When we finally get that award we deserve this show will have nothing to do with it.
Joining the lovely and talented regular cast of characters is the actually lovely and talented Monika Madison. Our 200th episode, falling on Halloween Night, starts with an unexpected examination of Monika’s date from hell. Our thanks to Monika for helping us start out on such a classy note. Once Batman changes the topic we move on into important matters like… Joan Jett and Vincent Van Gogh, the oldest any human can possibly get, a woman suing a restaurant for putting “grey poopond” on her sandwich when she “pacifically” said not to, and Clark’s “What’s Twending“. After all that mirth we wrap things up by discussing fighting tigers with chainsaws. Good times.