Fall is here and the leaves are dropping, fortunately so are the clips!
Featuring: Fortune Feimster, Phil Proctor, an Elvis related story, and Lou Mustillo
Where’s Phil’s fortune cookie? That’s what he wants to know, though we suspect it’s a rhetorical question. Besides, he’s been around long enough to know where everything is.
No matter what you do, someone probably wants your money. This is especially true if you put 13 million dollars within their reach. Or if you own a donkey.
Big meets small today, and as so often is the case, fierceness is inversely correlated with size. In fact, Terra has written a book about it, called Fierce at Four Foot Two. Fortune hasn’t, but she is at the House of Comedy.
Tom has had a bit of exposure to classic rock. Kent has too. Though the 70s never have to end as long as you’re DJing a classic rock station, Kent has said Goodnight to LA with his book, Goodnight LA.
Did you know that we’re the subject of a Japanese study? Well, maybe. The math checks out. What we don’t know is whether or not Stephen King is popular in Japan, but one thing is for sure: he has fans in our audience.
It’s a super casual show today. We’ve even got pizza. What we didn’t know is that Wendy semi-recently lost a lot of weight, so maybe we should have waited before having two enormous pizzas delivered to the studio.
Minneapolis. A hipster paradise? Not so, says Nik. You can look up the Shotspotter maps to confirm, and they don’t look good.
A fresh group of 200 people enters the studio as Don Rickles plays their predecessors out by proxy. Then, ice cream.
There’s a few people in studio today, and one on the phone. Most of the people here grew up pre-internet. All of them, depending on your definition of “grew up”. Does that offer an advantage in certain fields? Dr. Huber thinks so.