A few members from the sketch comedy group Ronald Ray Gun join me on today’s podcast, but then I get bit by a dog. I think we talked about festivals and music. I lost a lot of blood so it’s hard to remember. Also, some dude is now living at the studio. Can you help me get him out of here?
Did you know that it is better to have a father than to not have a father? Pelzer Weinberg is here to defend your custodial rights.
Erin Day and Ian Thake, two of the folks behind the New York Television Festival, take time out of their busy schedules to chat with me about the importance of showing off your creative voice, what to do when submitting, what not to do when creating, and the due dates for everything.
Hi friends! We are working on a new show over at the Peach Pit Studio, and I would love your feedback. If sci-fi is your thing, this one won’t disappoint.
Jacob Eugene Horn joins me for a few songs, and we dive into our passions and midwest sadness. Don’t worry though, it’s still the usual happy good times.
Yum Yum! I love hot dogs, especially when they have a little SAND in them.
In a rare very earnest recording session, Cody Reiss drops by the studio to play a few songs and talk about how hard it is to be open and honest as a performer on stage.
I am joined today by Phil Morris, one third of the hilarious comedy group Little Bear. After the dance, a very wealthy and pretty evil hedge fund manager joins us to tell us all the evil things he does to get his millions. Which leads Phil to confessing to the darkest crime of them all.
Special musical guest Reformed Whores join me in the studio! Also, a brother/sister duo drops in whose religious beliefs are getting in the way of one hell of a bachelor party.
This guy has been playing his jams outside of the studio all week. I couldn’t resist bringing him into the Peach Pit for a jam session. Also, I am writing these descriptions in first person now. I don’t think anyone cares.