MWS 297: Brian Gaar

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!

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MWS 291: Rumpelstiltskin

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Episode 291: Magical storybook scamp Rumpelstiltskin joins the program. He talks about his long life, love of pranks, and his perfect day. Plus, Mac gets slightly accosted at a comedy show.

Gold Lion 3: Mitch Gavin

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We’re still ramping back up so here is an Extrasode – another Mascot Wedding Gold Lion. This best-of nugget is from our second-ever show, featuring a call from TV executive Mitch Gavin back in 2007. Holy shit guys, we’ve been doing this show for almost 7 years. Yikes and a half. Next week, we’ll be back with a brand new episode featuring Cody Hustak

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The Mascot Wedding Show Podcast 07/23/11

Episode 178: The Magic Boys talk current events, comics, and movies. So this is basically every show. Mitch Gavin calls in to talk about the Crunch Network’s Fall line-up.

Opener: “Truth, featuring The RZA” by Alexander, from his self-titled album
“Sleep Composite” by TV Ghost, from the album Mass Dream
Closer: “Older Together” by Black Light Dinner Party

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the Mascot Wedding show Podcast: 05/30/09

New Orleans, The Big Smootie
They call it the Big Smootie

David and Mac return from Mascot Wedding’s trip to New Orleans with stories aplenty including a threatening convenience store named Truckee’s. A television producer calls in to talk about some footage of the trip.

Opener: “This is War” by Ben Kweller, off of his self-titled album
“Lisztomania” by Phoenix, off the album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
“Almost Apocalypse” by Aztec Two-Step, off of their self-titled album
“The Boys are Leaving Town” by the Japandroids, off the album Post-Nothing
Closer: “Ain’t Gonna Save Me” by Jay Reatard, off the album Watch Me Fall