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Jason Marshall has stories. On his podcast “We Don’t Have Cookies” he talks with guests each week about strange news stories from around the world and life in general with guest segments from a wide variety of people. I’ve been a guest twice! (Episodes in the show notes) Jason and I talk about living in a car, comedy, and, most importantly, “Father Time”. You have to listen to find out more, and why “Father Time” is far scarier because of FaceBook. Then we record a sketch about “Father Time” himself! After this episode, please go check out the episode that I was just on to find out who the “Dumbest Person in the World” is this week!
Look for the “We Don’t Have Cookies” episode released on October 22nd… because you will know one fo the guests for sure! Hint: It’s me. I’m on the show. Check the show notes below, but make sure you subscribe because it’s a really fun show even when I’m not on it!
This week’s sketch:
When the phone rings, are you excited to grab it? Do you run to the phone in hopes of hearing from a loved one, a friend, a lover, or maybe you like answering the phone and hearing from that adorable girl that always informs you that you have been selected to participate in a vacation getaway package… Regardless, whatever your reason, it is still pretty much a crapshoot as to who is calling you. Sometimes you get unlucky and it turns out to be the person who actually owns the phone.
This week’s podcast you should listen to after this podcast (and now also after listening to “We Don’t Have Cookies”) is a suggestion from previous guest Eric Ackerson, who really likes the Armstrong & Getty Podcast. It is a podcast based on a morning radio show in the Bay Area which has comedy, news, etc. I have not listened to it yet, so I hope this isn’t just morning fart jokes but, even if it is, fart jokes are always funny.
Next episode is going to feature Ben Frasier, who is going to produce and direct a full length horror movie… while working retail! Hear more about that and our fun monster sketch next week! Oh shit, why didn’t I do this as a Halloween episode! D’oh!
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- Armstrong & Getty Podcast — Suggested by previous guest Eric Ackerson: The hugely popular weekday The Armstrong & Getty Show is wildly entertaining, informative and laugh-out-loud funny, with a mixture of political commentary, observations on local, national, and international news and reflections on social issues. Armstrong and Getty’s comedic delivery, great guests, and super-charged on-air personas have made The Armstrong & Getty Show a morning addiction for Bay Area talk radio listeners.
- wedonthavecookies | SHOWS — The Best Chicken This week on the show Jason talks to improv podcaster Stuart Rice on the first half of the episode. They make history with the first ever guest's choice dumb*** of the year with the choice between a woman who baked a cake for an officer who arrested her with "sorry I tried to bite you" written on it and a California restaurant owner who proudly serves another restaurant's chicken. Cartoonist Sam Dealey drops in for the second half of the episode. They talk about what is going on with the cartoons for the the podcast's Facebook page, Sam's autism, a This or That scenario and the return of the sweet or psychotic segment. This week's guest segments are a song by Mike Phirman called Sketchy Dudes and Dave Nelson with Fake Advice for New Comics.