Happy Days wasn't live. but it was "recorded live before a studio audience". That was fine, but I think they piped some of the "oohs" and "aahs" when Fonzi came on stage. You know what I bet they didn't pipe music in for? Tom Bosley's entrance and round of applause. That dude was awesome. Even better?
Marcos Ruiz brought the guys out to Miami Florida, to a pig roast at Grenada Presbyterian Church for a live recording, to launch the books Sexy and Monsters. Audience Q&A.
Holy cats, you're going to go out into this mess again? Trump is off limits, yes? Are we suffering from Trump overload in the media? Haven't you guys made fools of yourselves by talking about Trump? Yes to all of them! But this isn't your normal show lambasting or spoofing the president. It is (hopefully) a sober approach to what might really matter with our current president
The college experience for young adults in America is becoming an assumed right. Whether at a prestigious school or local junior college, everyone seems to be going, at least in certain parts of the country, and way more parts of the country that didn't used to be college crazy. So, you have to go, right? College grads make more than people with no degree, right? It is "good" debt, right?
Sometimes, we feel the need to defend great artifacts and contributors to culture. But why not let them speak for themselves, whatever the critics may think? We return to some reflections on a Father John Misty concert, discuss the cultural significance of Saturday Night live, explore the importance of a sixteenth century painter who's wilder than Dali.
You either know, or you don't know. Perhaps, you downloaded this show thinking, finally a show that is pure comedy. No bummers or hackneyed jokes. Pure Comedy. Or, you thought, finally a show that is pure comedy. No cussing or inappropriate jokes. This show has nothing to do with comedy or purity. It's a show about some ideas a guy has, and how he has delivered those to us.
Wow. The picture looks demeaning to the poor dutch. And on todays show we point out that they go cheap on dates (as the colloquial phrase has taught us). I'm sorry. And I mean "I'm". You see, this is Dan. I do the write ups for the shows every week and picking on the dutch is not what I care to do on a podcast that goes across the globe (Hi New Zealand, China and Croatia!). Check out my last name (and the lower case v, as it is a preposition making the proper way to alphabetize according to the VO). I'm one of those clogging, curiously on the continent but seems like we should be next to Sweden, windmill loving dutchmen. What else is shocking, and I mean SHOCKING on this week's show?