These clips, although independent, will remain joined as one in this stirring episode of The Best Of.
Featuring: Greg Coleman, Andy Erikson, Rick Bronson, Paul Mecurio
It’s fairly common for the son of a football player to play football himself. Greg did, but then he learned about concussions and switched to a less brain damaging career. Comedy is more likely to damage your ego than your brain.
When you have Marfan syndrome you can’t do a lot of athletics, which means you have plenty of time to immerse yourself in Harry Potter. If you listen to this episode you too will be immersed.
Look at your fingers. There’s some sort of ratio thing going on there, I don’t know. You’ll have to listen. Anyway, looks like those clowns in congress did it again. What a bunch of clowns.
Rebekka holds the honor of being on GLOW, a show that explicitly focuses on gorgeous ladies. It’s like being Miss America only with more flying scissor kicks. A less fun acronym is AIDS, which kills a lot of people. It’s better to stay away from that one.
Racism continues to be the status quo in certain circles, which is good news for bad people. It could be argued that the world has always run on hate; it’s just taking a different form. It could also be argued that it makes for a very boring news day.
Now that we live in the future, safety doesn’t just mean physical. Self defense won’t help you not get a computer virus, have your identity stolen, or get alcohol poisoning. Or have a psychotic break and buy a Spice Girls CD that doesn’t actually exist.
Kids these days don’t know what good music is. On the other hand, kids 100 years ago were killing each other over picket lines. Maybe kids have always been stupid. Dr. Jim isn’t a kid, and he’s a doctor who treats cancer. Further proof.
Short hair, missing teeth, and big lips aren’t a great look for everyone. This includes Jane. You’ve probably heard of the ugly duckling phenomenon, something with which she has first hand experience, so teenage girls take heart. Not that we have a lot of those listening.
Eddie (of That Metal Show fame) and Doug are from New England, Nik is from LA, Joe is from Louisville, and the rest of us are from Minnesota. It’s a transcontinental show today on a transcontinental medium. One that’s been pretty good to our host and our guest.