Episode 268: It’s just David and Mac this episode as they ramble on about clickbait, actors and actresses you always associate with a role, the end of The Best Show, the work of creativity, Fast Five, racist toys, quick hits, and an actual creepy slumber party story.
Recorded on 11/05/13
Episode 266: Guest Kerri Lendo has a high tolerance for our dumb stuff in this episode. We talk about porn emails, computer heat, a strange mall, The Newsroom, Zookeeper, Fassbender’s hang, and more.
Also, here is Kerri’s delightful Etsy store, if you would like to peruse it.
Recorded on 9/19/13
Episode 265: From the comedy group Whalehouse, Jeff Whitaker and Tre Fuentes join Mac and David in studio. Plus, surprise guest Paul Bearer! We talk about approaches to comedy, Tre in Waco, repressed memories, asshole geniuses, and The Dark Knight Strikes Again.
Recorded on 9/03/13
Episode 261: The Mascot Wedding Show is back! We’re very happy to report that we’re podcasting again thanks to Charlie Hodge. Charlie has been a staple of Austin radio for the last umpteen years. He currentl broadcasts the Hodge Happy Hour every weekday, 6-7pm on 104.9 The Horn and produces the award-winning Hodgecast. David and I (hi, this is Mac) will be recording out of the Hodge Studios (a small studio behind Charlie’s house) on a weekly basis.
What’s changed? Not a whole lost. We can drink and swear now tha we’re not on radio. That can’t be good, right? We’re still getting our feet under us but soon you’ll start to notice some new features on the program – just us tryign new stuff.
As for Episode 261? We talk to our lovely host Charlie. Also: superhero movie talk, an afterlife computer, an impression-off, and a terrible Keith Moon radioplay.
Recorded on 7/30/13
Independence from Annihilation? That doesn’t make sense does it. Blame Bill Pullman’s character President Jetfighter from the movie Independence Day. Hey, speaking of, did you know that Mac and David are once again teaming up with Master Pancake Theater‘s John Erler to verbally death-ray the 1996 big budget b-movie? Now you do. These shows are running this week only (true). Free admission with a powdered wig (not true). The first showing is Wednesday the 3rd, and all shows are the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz, except a special Sunday show at the Alamo Village. Tickets and showtimes here.
Episode 260: KOOP shows the Mascot Wedding Show the door, and David and Mac didn’t let it hit them in the ass on the way out. Some show reminiscing, talk about terrible rock, and Eeyore’s Birthday.
Original air date 4/27/13
Opener: “Which of the Two of Us is Gonna Burn this House Down” by The Star Spangles, from the album Bazooka
Closer: “Metal Detektor” by Spoon, from the album A Series of Sneaks