#159 Jamie Lee and Tom’s Treatment Talk

#159 Jamie Lee and Tom’s Treatment Talk

It’s our most chaotic episode yet as Jamie, Cy, and Jeff Passolt all arrive to talk about Tom’s announcement on Friday.  Well, Jamie actually came here to be interviewed, but she soon found out that the joke was on her. Named one of the “Top Five Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars” by Nerve.com and […]

Tom’s announcement

For those of you seeking more information about Tom’s announcement he made earlier today, we’re uploading a bonus episode tomorrow wherein he goes into excruciating detail.  It’s also got one of Cy’s favorite new comedians, Cy himself (yes, again), and Jeff Passolt.

#158 Cy Amundson

#158 Cy Amundson

Today we walked into the studio to find Cy already there, because that’s where he lives now apparently. Cy Amundson has quickly established himself as one of the nation’s fastest rising stand-up comedians. He was a standout performer as a New Face at last summer’s Montreal Just For Laughs Festival and recently made his television […]

#157 Mike Brody

#157 Mike Brody

After nearly 45 minutes of uninterrupted comedy courtesy of Mike, Cy Amundson shows up early and brings negative vibes into the room. Starting comedy on a whim at an open mic in the year 2000, Mike has since devoted his life to perfecting the delivery of his high-energy act. Bucking the trend of the apathetic […]

#156 Don Shelby

#156 Don Shelby

Don and Tom dispense levity and wisdom alike. Don Shelby joined WCCO-TV in 1978 as a news reporter. After continued work as a reporter, Shelby began assuming anchor responsibilities in greater capacity, eventually assuming the primary anchor chair from Dave Moore. Shelby was the chief architect behind WCCO’s “I-Team” segment, which spotlighted current issues, both […]

#155 Alix Kendall

#155 Alix Kendall

Tom’s alleged prickishness is brought up several times as we talk about guests of years past. Alix Kendall has been the co-host of the FOX 9 Morning News since its inception in 1999.  Alix was born and raised in Minneapolis, getting her start in TV in 1992 at KAAL-TV in Austin, Minnesota.  She has traveled […]

#154 Louie Anderson and Bob Sansevere

#154 Louie Anderson and Bob Sansevere

Louie describes his appearance on Splash and Bob talks about the firing of Tubby. Louis Perry “Louie” Anderson is an American stand-up comedian. Anderson created the cartoon series Life with Louie, has written three books, and was the initial host of the second revival of the game show Family Feud, from 1999 to 2002. Sansevere, […]

#153 Chris Bliss and Josh Weinstein

#153 Chris Bliss and Josh Weinstein

When you think of Weinstein, think of Einstein.  When you think of Bliss, think of estrogen. Weinstein was one of the founding writers/performers of the show in 1988 at the age of 17. He changed his professional name from “Josh” to “J. Elvis” to avoid confusion with former Simpsons writer Josh Weinstein. The two are […]

#152 Jen Kober

#152 Jen Kober

The ball is in Jen’s court as she goes balls to the wall.  Everyone has a ball and I can’t think of any more ball puns.  Anyway, Jen tells us about how she dislikes balls. Originally from Lake Charles, LA, Jen Kober has bounded onto the national stage bringing crowds to their feet with her […]

#151 Jeff Passolt

#151 Jeff Passolt

Jeff and Tom tell stories about too many Minnesota personalities to count.  Also included: One (1) Burnsie’s Bedtime Story. Jeff was raised in St. Louis Park and has been lucky enough to be on the Twin Cities airwaves for more than 30 years. He’s is married, with two daughters, one stepson and two stepdaughters.  Jeff […]

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