Chris, Ben, and Danny ramble on like idiots. They never stay on topic. Most of the time they don't even have a topic. They think they're so smart but you want to know something? They're not.
WARNING: Probably offensive.
This is not a regular episode, so don't expect the usual crass jokes and misogyny. This is a personal project I've been working on for a while about me and my dad that I'd like to get some feedback on. So listen to it with a critical ear but without cynicism, and let me know what you think. You can email any comments or ideas for improvements to email@example.com and I would really appreciate hearing from as many of you as possible. Thanks.
This episode was recorded a few months ago, so once again we spend most of the show talking about things that nobody cares about anymore. Some of the dated topics we discus include Misty May and Kerri Walsh, Fred Willard being arrested, the 1995 Aspen Comedy Festival, the 1992 Olympics, Designing Women, Mama's Family, and finally we end the show with a personal story from 8 years ago scored with a song from the late 1960's.
- Derek Redmond in the 1992 Olympics
- Derek Redmond pulls his hamstring and his father helps finish the race.
This episode was recorded almost two months ago so it's not very topical, but what it lacks in punctuality it more than makes up for with pure grit. We cover some subjects that the traditional media is too timid to tackle, but our hard hitting analyses shoves them right back to the front page... Ok, we talk about Cool Runnings again but I swear there is some other funny stuff mixed in as well.
Crud finishes the story he was telling on our last show and then gets put on trial again, this time with a much more egregious charge.
This episode starts out with an impromptu round of "Chip Detective" then gets a lot more serious as we put Crud on trial for smoking in the shower.
It's Crud's 65th birthday and on this episode we play messages from all of you wishing him a happy one. We also read Google Voice's shoddy attempt to transcribe those voicemails into text.
No Ben in this episode, but instead we are joined by the very funny Andre Hyland and Anna Lee Lawson. We talk about the origins of "The Jesse Miller Show" as well as some of Andre's other characters. We also did a new "Tara's Top Ten" and a phone call from Andre to Crud (which was one of the funniest things in Shoddy Radio's history) but unfortunately the audio for that portion of the show was lost.
This episode we are joined in studio by Matt Gourley, James Bladen, and Jeff Crocker from the hilarious "Superego" podcast. They share their opinions on Cool Runnings, Man-Bats, and other, less notable, subjects. Plus, they teach us a new improv game that, despite our awkward efforts, turns out to be not entirely unlistenable (thanks solely to their skillful and patient performances).
- Superego Podcast
- Profiles in self-obsession
Bat expert Warren Chan joins the show to discuss the possible of existence of a Man-Bat and gets sucked into some other ridiculous conversations as well, including a Big Foot debate with Crud.
Fellow podcaster and host of "The Gentlemen's Club", Caleb Bacon joins the show and we discuss pornography from almost every perspective (or POV). From interviewing porn stars to actually sleeping with them, and even the moral dilemmas that dead porn stars present. Caleb also dishes a little Hollywood dirt in "Celebrity Gossip with RoboChris" and participates in our first attempt at a new segment called "Podcaster's Corner".
- The Gentlemen's Club
- Caleb's podcast "The Gentlemen's Club".
Chris once again hacks into ex-producer Brian's mainframe and reads the latest update to his script "Paper Jam". Plus an all new segment called "Celebrity Gossip with RoboChris".
This episode starts out with Crud pitching an idea for an awesome new cartoon. Then, somehow the topic shifts to testicular compliments and after a few calls we get a fairly comprehensive and very accurate female perspective on the subject.
No Chris in this episode but a call to Crud fills the void and even kind of begs to differ.
This episode covers many highly scientific topics, from big-foots to man-bats. It also covers many current, topical celebrities, from Meshach Taylor to Major Dad. Plus, a new game called "Racist Google".
In this episode we discuss what we think scientists actually do on a daily basis and what we would do if we became extremely wealthy. Plus, a new edition of "Paper Jam".
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