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Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak #17: Shower Time, Shower Up!

In this week’s episode, Neil Casey (Saturday Night Live), Connor Ratliff (I’m Too Fragile For This), & Jim Santangeli (The Curfew) join Abra to create a world filled with bashful nudity, misidentified men, and jellyfish on peens.

A Funny Thing #26: Killer Moves with Jim Santangeli

This week, a 10-year-old Jim Santangeli dances face first into murder. Only by surrendering himself to the rhythm of life and summoning the ghost of Jimi Hendrix's iconic 1967 Monterey Jazz Festival performance can he redeem himself! But will lil' Jim go too far? Yep.

Jim told his story at the amazing Animated Stories, a monthly live storytelling show where the winning story becomes an animated film. Check out past winners and so much more. (Our favorite animated story is by SNL's Kate McKinnon!) Go get tickets to Animated Stories!

It's That Episode 20: Jim Santangeli/'Lidia's Italy' – The Essence of Maremma

On "It's That Episode," Craig Rowin (UCB Theatre) invites guests over to his apartment to watch any episode of any TV show they want. They discuss the episode and a bunch of other crap. Episodes are released every Monday.

Jim Santangeli (Jim-A-Day Calendar, The Curfew) stops by to watch an episode of the PBS cooking show Lidia's Italy. Learn how to make a poached egg soup, listen to Jim say "missile t*ts" a whole bunch of times, and have a mouthful of Tuscan sunshine. You can download the episode of Lidia's Italy on iTunes.

Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak #4: The Star Bangles with Aaron Jackson, Abbi Jacobson, and Jim Santangeli

Oh, hello! In this week’s episode of “Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak" Aaron Jackson (Salmon Diane), Abbi Jacobson (Broad City), and Jim Santangeli (The Curfew) join Abra in creating a world where Colonial Williamsburg is the new Hollywood, VHS nests protect babies, and ham hocks make your pee pee smoky.

Left Handed Radio: Come to a Staged Reading of 'Dark Knight 4' Thursday Night

Left Handed Radio presents The Sequel Machine, a monthly live show where 25 writers collaborate on a sequel to one of film's biggest franchises. The catch is that the writers of all stripes (The Onion, Fast Company, McSweeney's) pen one page at a time, and only get to see the page before their own. The results are hilariously twisted and virtually no different than a real sequel.

This month is Dark Knight 4! Batman faces off against his old nemesis: plot holes.

Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 PM, UCB East Theatre, 3rd Street and Avenue A, NYC. Tickets are $5. Make reservations now!

Left Handed Radio: The Sequel Machine – "Dark Knight 4"

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: Dark Knight 4.

Performed by: Adam Bozarth, Dan Chamberlain, Matt Little, Anna Rubanova, Jeremy Bent, Michael Hartney, Kevin Hines, Jim Santangeli, and Brett White

See the next Sequel Machine show live: 9thmare on Elm Street. UCB Theatre East, 3rd Street & Avenue A. Thursday, October 4th, 11:00 PM.

Left Handed Radio: 'A Week of Afternoons'

On this episode: C100 is having a contest blow-out summer, Groundr coffee shops have a premium service, Blendy's Southern Style menu, Boots dials 911 again, a retirement commercial for Baby Boomers, two members of Heaven's Gate decide they aren't in a cult, the Big Green Pill, Denny doesn't have Netflix, a clerk get his sandwich blown out, and the Steve Koplitz Development Conference.

This month's show was written and performed by Adam Bozarth, Dan Chamberlain, Matt Little, and Anna Rubanova with Jeremy Bent and Kathy Salerno and our special guests Eric Appel, Jon Bershad, Dave Bluvband, Eric Gersen, Jim Santangeli, Silvija Ozols, and [...]