Episode 300: Recorded the day before David left Austin, here is our final episode, featuring part of an interview with Jon Wurster (!!!!). David and Mac land the plane.
Episode 299: Our second to last episode, recorded live at the the friendly confines of ColdTowne Theater. Joe Hafkey joins on stage, plus visits from a sick child, a super fan, the show’s mailman, and even David from the future. Super fun show!
Thanks to: Everyone who came out! Dustin Svehlak for recording it. Ryan Darbonne for working the tech booth. Cody Dearing for the use of the theater. Kath Barbadoro for the photo. Special guests Ximena Estrada, Lance Gilstrap, Michael Jastroch, Carlos LaRotta, and Aaron Brooks (seen below).
Episode 298: Producer of extremely rare films Prince Wasim Al-Subaai stops by the studio to talk about his various film projects, a reading from the script to the next Star Wars, sensory deprivation tanks, and more. Plus, a very special ending segment to the episode.
It’s another Mascot Wedding Gold Lion, a best-of nugget from a past show. This EXTRAsode comes from a Christmas Eve 2011 show. Mac gets three different phone calls from Garth, Comb, and Shaquille O’Neal himself. Enjoy!
Episode 297: The great Brian Gaar is our in-studio guest this episode. We talk about his upcoming Hulu special, his upcoming TV show, unwanted thought syndrome, and more. Plus, we go on another Mascot Wedding Vision Quest. We only have three episodes left! Panic in the streets!
Make sure you’re following Brian’s excellent twitter feed right here.
It’s another Mascot Wedding Gold Lion, a best-of nugget from a past show. In this short EXTRAsode, we get a call from the owner of a merchandise company who’s excited about different kinds of giveaways. Enjoy!
It’s another Mascot Wedding Gold Lion, a best-of nugget from a past show. In this short EXTRAsode, Beth Stelling goes on a vision quest to tell us about her perfect day.
And because Beth is so awesome, here’s a clip of her killing it on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Episode 296: Mayor Woods, the Mayor of Sunken Valley, Texas stops by to discuss his efforts toward eliminating the city’s feral dog problem.
It’s another Mascot Wedding Gold Lion, a best-of nugget from a past show. However, this short EXTRAsode is not from a broadcast, instead it was recorded for a KOOP Austin pledge drive donation premium. This clip is from an Internal Affairs investigation into Sunken Valley Police Chief Spelchnik.
Special thanks to Doug Hanshaw, who recorded and mixed this back in 2008.
Keeping in the “going out with a bang” spirit, MW will be doing some live shows before our podcast wraps. Come see our faces explode with sweat, as we fight our respective stage anxieties.
This Friday, June 24th, 7pm at ColdTowne Theater we will be doing our final show with Movie Riot. Every week Movie Riot improvises a never before seen movie from scratch. Last week’s show was a blast. Details here, tickets here.
July 3rd and 4th, David and Mac will once again be teaming with Master Pancake Theater to make fun of the most awfulsome movie ever, Road House. The Road House show is our absolute favorite. We’ll be doing two shows each night, a 7pm and a 10pm. Tickets here.
Friday July 24th, we’ll be doing a live recording for Episode 299 at ColdTowne Theater. This show will be FREE. It has a late start time of 11pm so go ahead and start napping now.