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Splitsider Podcast Network podcast Left Handed Radio has a new cartoon webshow called PodToons, produced by Above Average Productions. PodToons brings to life some of LHR's best material, thanks to the animation magic of Rich Chapple, who also animated Above Average's Waco Valley. The first episode of PodToons, Batman is a Terrible Liar, is also worth a click. READ MORE
On this special comic book episode: Infinite Crossover, Doctor Doom has the hiccups, the Joker consults with his decorator, the X-Men smell someone smoking weed at 9 AM, Spider-Man goes suburban, Captain Britain, a slumber party gets into some Thor Loko, The Invisible Woman has advice on browsing the internet safely, and the Reverse Punisher.
The Sequel Machine recruits amazing comedy writers to write the sequels for film's biggest franchises one page at a time. The catch is, the writers only get to read the page before theirs in a round-robin, exquisite corpse style. The end result is a hilarious, twisted, and as coherent as any misguided Hollywood sequel. This time, we set our sights on television's most anticipated finale: The Last Ten Pages of Breaking Bad.
On this episode: Olmec from Legends of the Hidden Temple shills for life insurance, Mitch has a points system for Facebook, Crazy Eddie does whatever his cousin tells him, Malvo wanted to grow up and be a deer, adults try to play Star Wars, DadzBop, the mysterious three-day hangover, and Springtide Cryonics Institute promises you'll stay Forever 29. Plus, voicemail RSVPs for our 30th birthday.
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Bentley Jipsem has a question for the cast of Horsewülf, Agent X-9 confronts Count Molasar and his taco boat flotilla, it's the end of days tomorrow, Mayor Roger Harrison has a few items to return, Kimber is late for the thousandth time, new weather, some far-out foodies trip out on food, a couple is excited to be at Six Flags, and Fun Place
On this episode: Apptivism, a man orders a new mattress over the phone, a young woman starts a lucrative career in spam writing, the man that inspired "In The Air Tonight" is invited to a Phil Collins concert, the Joke Police conduct a pun control sting, Rusty Calvin recounts all the greats he has worked with, The Humdrum Shadow, and Airbrush Creations
Do you have your own question about how to live your life right? Ask Herb from Pittsburgh! Dial 413-547-1055 and leave a voicemail with your question and Herb will answer on a future episode of the show.
Original music by Dan Warren with additional music by Beat By The Passion HiFi.
On this episode: Dan disappears, we visit the planetarium, Dogworthy thinks he's people, the stage manager at World Wide Wrestling leaves some voicemails, lots of fun contest at the Clearfield Nightwatchman baseball game, the Pinterest Podcasterist, the Dungeons and Dragons Invitational on Clearfield Sports Network, Herb from Pittsburgh answers Paul from Portland's Facebook question, Blendy's new breakfast menu, Sybil the co-dependant parrot, and two rugged dudes share what could be their last moment together.
On this lost episode from 1996: Seinfeld Nights, NBC's Must She TV challenges gender norms, Delta Burke for Tamagotchi Rescue, dad tries to play Nintendo64, Jerry Springer: Too Nice for TV, a new intern sure seems like she's a Power Ranger, He's Al That, Lil Troffee knows how to play the world, and Def Foxworthy Jam.
On this episode: parents give their son the gift of accepting his gay stuff, Fauxnaise is a vegan sandwich spread that sounds like a nasal spray (but it's not), a body is taken off life support, New Yorkers defend the firehouse from 'Ghost Busters' from becoming a Pier 1 Imports, a creepy murderer gets really desperate on the phone, Ricky is vegan now and also he's magic, Dave finds out his dad was indeed The World's Greatest Dad, an international war begins between America and Holland, and a taste of Big Mister 7 (the new flavor of Big Mister with 7 pounds of ground beef).
Every month, The Sequel Machine recruits 25 writers to write the sequels for film's biggest franchises one page at a time. The catch is, the writers only get to read the page before theirs in a round-robin, exquisite corpse style. The end result is a hilarious, twisted, and as coherent as any misquided Hollywood sequel. This month: G. I. Joe 3taliation.
Written by (in page order): Brett White, David Bluvband, Jon Gutierrez, Jason Saenz, Cody Lindquist, Jon Bershad, Adam Bozarth, John Timothy, Geoff Garlock, Curtis Retherford, Pat Baer, Aaron Burdette, Claire C Downs, Damian Chadwick, Timmy Wood, Frank Hejl & Kelso Norris, Anna Rubanova, John Robert Wilson, Justin Tyler, Alex Zalben, Rachael Mason, and Matt Little
Left Handed Radio has a new video out today and it's also a Funny Or Die Exclusive! Roughly 36 hours after the cyborgs release their full assault on humanity, post-apocalyptic warrior Zone finds a survivor. This strange new world is full of so many questions like "How long did it take to put those feathers in your football pads?"
On this episode: a doctor has no time for whiny patients, Corbin's new therapy goes awry, Rick Freeblehofft is back trackside after his accident, time-sensitive procedures on a spaceship are too elaborate, the police have the tennis ball gun from American Gladiators, a man yearns for sibling during a second date, Harrison Ford's tiny earring, and opera for cretins
See the next Sequel Machine show live: G. I. Joe 3taliation. UCB Theater East, 3rd Street & Avenue A. Thursday, March 7th, 11:00 PM. READ MORE
Every month, The Sequel Machine recruits 25 writers to write the sequels for film's biggest franchises one page at a time. The catch is, the writers only get to read the page before theirs in a round-robin, exquisite corpse style. The end result is a hilarious, twisted, and as coherent as any misquided Hollywood sequel. This month: Die Hard 6.
Written by (in page order): Brandon Gulya, Matt Little, Jason Saenz, Kerry McGuire, Jason Shebiro, Brett White, Ari Scott, Michael Hartney, Dylan Snowden, Dustin Drury, Siobhan Thompson, Mike Still, Nate Kushner, Jeff Rubin, Anna Rubanova, Katey Healy-Wurzburg, Jon Gabrus, Justin Tyler, Jon Bershad, Dave Bluvband, John Timothy, and Adam Bozarth.