On Episode 4 of the MaxFunCon Podcast we bring you some comedy from our pals:
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Well, I guess the gang at Never Not Funny found a way to follow what had to that point been their biggest guest ever.
The College Years is a look deep into the vaults of The Sound of Young America. Take a journey with us every week as we post a new program or two from our salad days.
Today we have a doosy of a show with the fantastic Andrew W.K. in studio via telephone.
Plus Jim Real: "The Master of "Would You Rather."
Two old friends, both of the show and of each other: We chat with each separately, and in special blog-only bonus audio (below), we squash a long-simmering feud between them regarding cat care and a series of vicious attack ads.
Jonathan Coulton is a comic singer-songwriter. For a year, he wrote and released (free) a new song every single week. Some, like "Code Monkey," which he performs on the show, have become internet phenomena. Enjoy free downloads of his three musical performances below.
John Hodgman is the author of "The Areas of My Expertise," a compendium of entirely fabricated facts, history and trivia. For many years, Hodgman was a literary agent, and counted among his clients the B-movie star Bruce Campbell. Today, he's best known for portraying the PC in the Mac-Vs.-PC advertisements for Apple, and for his regular appearances on the Daily Show.
Blog-Only Bonus Audio:
Incidental Music by DJW
You might also like these past TSOYA episodes:
"All World Knowledge" with John Hodgman and Fred Rees: MP3
"On the Road" with John Hodgman and Henry Rollins: MP3
"ComedyCopia" with a song from Jonathan Coulton
"Joketacular" with a song from Jonathan Coulton
Mark Duplass is an actor and filmmaker. He stars in the F/X comedy The League, and with his brother Jay has made several films including Baghead and The Puffy Chair (in which Mark also starred). Their new film, Cyrus, stars John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill, Catherine Keener and Marisa Tomei, and premiers at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. The League's season finale airs Thursday, December 10th on F/X, and the full series can be viewed on Hulu.
Comedian Marc Maron joins Jordan & Jesse on today's episode, touching upon the subject of pets, garage sales and losing one's marbles.
Welcome to season two of Coyle & Sharpe: The Imposters! In the early 1960s, James P. Coyle and Mal Sharpe roamed the streets of San Francisco, microphone in hand, roping strangers into bizarre schemes and surreal stunts. These original recordings are from the Sharpe family archive, which is tended by Mal's daughter, Jennifer Sharpe. You can learn more about Coyle & Sharpe on their website or on MySpace. Their recent box set is These 2 Men Are Imposters.
On this episode: Coyle & Sharpe perform a curious experiment on an unwilling subject.
I stayed up late a couple months ago to watch Pee-Wee on Leno, and it was weird and bad. I was worried that it was Pee-Wee's fault (against my better judgement).
But then I watched Pee-Wee on Conan, and it was GREAT! I LOVE PEE WEE SO EFFING MUCH YOU GUYS.
And in conclusion, IS THERE SOMETHING YOU'D LIKE TO SHARE WITH THE REST OF US AMAZING LARRY?!