Comedian and National Air Sex champion Dave Child
joins Mac and guest host Ximena Estrada to talk about finding downed planes, Austin Powers, erotic fan fiction, secrets of the Grimace, and what to do with a golden phallus.
Comedian Joe Hafkey
joins David, Mac, and apprentice Caitlin. We got comic book picks, Tetris pimps, Russian mobsters, comedy scene talk, kids harass David, and “the Mascot Wedding Hot Seat.” One of our funnest fun shows ever! Original air date 2/9/13
Mac and David (and apprentice Caitlin) talk to author and comedian Mary Jo Pehl
of Mystery Science Theater 3000
and its live reincarnation, Cinematic Titanic. We talk about all that jazz (although no mention of this). Plus, comic book writer Kurt Hosmer calls in to talk about his role in the recent Presidential Inauguration.
Opener: “Fantasy” by MS MR, from the album Melted
“She’s The One” by The Ramones, from the Expanded and Remastered
edition of Road to Ruin
Closer: “Merit” by The Dirtbombs, from the album If You Don’t Already Have a Look.
Episode 248:Chip Pope
joins the magic boys in-studio to talk about old malls, Quentin Tarantino movies, Austin Stories, Zero Dark Thirty, and what not. Plus, an actress calls in with a Nicolas Cage anecdote. Final score: FUN SHOW FOR SURE.
Opener: “Anybody Out There?” by Mean Jeans, from the album On Mars
“Baby, Now That I’ve Found You” by the Foundations, from the album Build Me Up Buttercup
Closer: “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend” by The Ramones, from the album Ramones
Comedians Josh Androsky and Clare O’Kane are on the show. We talk about a dumb tattoo, a donkey town, bread coats, and more. The Change Your Name Game is created. Plus, Josh’s amazing “Price is Right on Mushrooms” story.
Opener: “While I’m Alive” by Starfucker, from the album Miracle Mile
“Don’t Your Forget It” by Allah-Las, from their self-titled album
Closer: “Shot the Beehive” by Ex-Cult, from their self-titled album
Episode 244:Joe Parsons
and Katie Sicking
join Mac and David for a look back at some of their favorite stuff of 2K12. Mainly movies. It wasn’t supposed to be all movies, but it sort of happened. You’ll just have to ask us in person about the other stuff we were gonna talk about.
Opener: “On the Radio” by Mind Spiders, from the album Meltdown
“Baby Get Worse” by the Divine Fits, from the album A Thing Called Divine Fits
Closer: “Pity” by Royal Headache, from their self-titled album
Opener: “OCD Vibes” by Sonic Avenues, from the album Television Youth
“The House that Heaven Built” by Japandroids, from the album Celebration Rock
Closer: “Hey Tonight” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, from the album Pendulum