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MWS 247: Courtney Sevener


Episode 247:
Courtney Sevener from Red Envelope helps Mac and David update Mount Crushmore (the Mount Rushmore of Austin). Plus, talk of Garrison Keillor’s endorsement, resembling celebs, and more!

Original air date 1/19/13


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

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MWS Episode 207 – Membership Drive Show 2 Hullabalooza

Episode 207: It’s show two of our Membership Drive and we got a packed house. Comedians Courtney Sevener and Tre Fuentes, and Rush Evans from KOOP’s Around the Town Sounds and Off the Beatle Path. Insane toilet display updates, Mac goes to Santa Fe, flying’s not natural, the awful band Rush (they’re the worst), hotel germs, and more. If this is your first time listening to the MWS, choose a different podcast. Membership Drive shows aren’t for rookies. The drive did end early however, so next show is back to normal. Now where’s my coffee, rook?
Original air date 03/03/12.


Opener: “Take ‘Em All” by Cock Sparrer, from the album Shock Troops
“Serpents” by Sharon Van Etten, from the album Tramp
Closer: “Chi-Town” by Cribs, from the album Chi-Town

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The Mascot Wedding Show Podcast 01/07/12

Not pictured: Mac. Seriously? No one else was around to take the photo?


Episode 200: Oh em eff gee it’s our 200th show. To celebrate we invited some listeners to unite and form a live studio audience, including Katie Sicking, Andrew Rosas, Tre Fuentes, Courtney Sevener, Nathan the world’s nicest caller, and more. And what did we do with all this excitement and attention? Squandered it talking about dumb stuff. Talk of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, flies on food, a dumb TV show, and a future prediction segment which bombs big time. Thanks for 200, dudes!


“Couldn’t I Just Tell You” by Todd Rundgren, from the album Something/Anything?
Closer: “In the New Year” by The Walkmen, from the album You & Me

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