Those episodes really were simply delightful. I found myself with just a constant big goofy grin between laughs..
For this upcoming week, the reboot of Big Grande’s Teacher’s Lounge is the alpha and omega of current improv comedy podcasting.
In the Hall of the Mountain King is more metal than most metal.
Here’s my take: he combines dinner party conversational energy, theatre kid dorkiness, back-of-the-classroom snark, and charm. I’ll concede that a lot of his stuff feels less like Entertainment and more like hanging out with a clever, entertaining friend, which is why podcasting has worked out better for him than…
Putting his prolific guesting abilities aside, I will forever rep for the Thrilling Adventure Hour, Dead Authors, Superego, Spontaneanation and the Pod F. Tompkast. PFT’s retired more creative and influential podcasts than most hosts can even pitch.
Hefner’s “The Fidelity Wars” should’ve been massive. Either “Hymn For The Cigarettes” or “Don’t Flake Out On Me” deserved to be breakthrough singles.
I’m a little bit in this situation myself—to me, BDSM and complicated role-play feels ritualistic and performative in a way that removes the intimacy and kills my own libido. I can’t make a real effort and be turned on at the same time. I’ve told my partner that at any given time she can have the performance or she…
Enjoy? Absolutely, never said otherwise. But sagely proselytize or use as an aspirational lifestyle guide? That’s twenty-something boyfriend stuff.
Take it, it’s yours!
And why has no one put PFT and Paget Brewster in a bona fide Thin Man reboot?
Nah it's just a sexier Reno 911.