StolenDress.com: 10 Years, Man... 10 Years! →
stolendress: Hi, everybody. Jason Klamm, here. As you may or may not know, 2013 marks an ENTIRE DECADE since StolenDress Entertainment became the banner under which I and my friends do things. It started out as a very green-looking (literally, I love green) website that hosted a review of the film “A Mighty…
Cameron Esposito: Tell your rape jokes. Expect to... →
cameronesposito: Seems like every 6 months or so - maybe once a year - there is a debate about rape jokes. Here’s how it goes: A dude tells jokes about rape or deals with hecklers in way that includes rape. A woman hears these jokes or is the heckler. She publicly states that she is upset or didn’t like the joke… Jesus, this is good.
The rumors were right - @cumberbatchb is a tribble. #startrek
Episode 62 – Kelly Carlin on George Carlin →
Ever have your mind blown? I highly recommend it. This week, I talk with Kelly Carlin about growing up with her dad (and my hero) and her new show “A Carlin Home Companion,” which plays this Saturday, May 18 at ACME Comedy Hollywood – you can get tickets HERE.
Episode 61 – Sara Pocock on Paul F. Tompkins –... →
This week I talk with the insanely talented Sara Pocock! Â You need to look at her art - she draws a lot of comedians and illustrates some great characters from podcasts (Fourvel from Comedy Bang Bang! being a personal favorite). Â We talk about Paul F. Tompkins, the fact that she’s WAY more a live comedy nerd than I am, and what it’s like to work with the comedians you admire. Host:Â Jason Klamm...
Episode 60 – Timothy Omundson on Flip Wilson – The... →
This week I talk with Psych’s own Timothy Omundson about Flip Wilson’s “The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress,” as well as some Psych talk and what it’s like to be a funny person who didn’t study comedy like a crazy nerd. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden This Week’s Guest: Timothy Omundson Psych on USA Buy The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress Please watch Jason’s first feature-length...
Episode 59 – Jim Bruce on Steve Martin – Comedy Is... →
This week I talk with stand up comedian Jim Bruce about Steve Martin, Comedy is Not Pretty and his Kickstarter for his DVD comedy special “I’m Dying As Fast as I Can.” It’s a lot of fun. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden This Week’s Guest: Jim Bruce I’m Dying As Fast As I Can - Kickstarter The King of Comedy Podcast Buy Comedy is Not Pretty Please watch Jason’s first feature-length...
Episode 58 – Eric Martin on Weird Al – UHF →
This week I sit down with the mahogany-voiced Eric Martin of the This American Wife podcastÂ and Web Series. Â It’s quickly becoming one of my favorite things, so it was exciting that Eric picked a Weird Al album we haven’t done before. Â Apologies for the hot sound in advance, but I think it’s worth it. Host:Â Jason Klamm Producer:Â Mike Worden This Weekâs Guest:Â Eric Martin...
Comedy on Vinyl Episode 57 - Phil Proctor of on... →
This week, I get to talk with one of my great friends, one of my favorite actors, and a comedy legend. James, Jeremy and I talk about Bob & Ray with The Firesign Theatre’s Phil Proctor. It was a great experience
Episode 56 – Dan Bakkedahl on Rodney Dangerfield –... →
This week I finally get to talk to one of my favorite character actors, Dan Bakkedahl, about one of his favorite albums – Rodney Dangerfield’s “Rappin’ Rodney.” I’d never heard it before, and was surprised at how well a strong set-up/punch routine still works. Sure, it’s dated, but it still works. Do yourself a favor and pull yourself out of the mindset that what you love now is the best. At...
Comedy on Vinyl Episode 55 - Andrew Bergman on... →
My favorite film of all time is Blazing saddles. In fact, there used to be a subway/bus poster for the film hanging where I now hang my LPs. There’s plenty around Fort Awesome Studios to indicate my love for this film and anyone who had anything to do with it. So, only a few months after getting to play Hedley Lamarr onstage, I was honored to speak with Andrew Bergman by phone from New York...
Comedy on Vinyl Episode 53 - Mitch Yapko & Allen... →
Mitch and Allen are back! This time, we’re discussing Adam Sandler’s They’re All Gonna Laugh at You! again. Enjoy!
I can only hope that the people at Yoshinoya are geared up for the Puppy Bowl for the right reasons.
Comedy on Vinyl Episode 48 – Aaron Davidson on MC... →
This week Aaron Davidson sits down to talk about MC Paul Barman and all of his various influences. Aaron’s face, befuddled and enraptured, can be found on the Nerdtern’s webseries on the Nerdist Youtube Channel.
My movie about Steve Jobs focuses entirely on the Newton.
The best part of all? This kid has the most... →
We have nothing to fear at all. Fearing fear is for pussies. In fact, I drink...– General George S. Patton (via reallysaidthat)
Comedy on Vinyl Episode 47 with Adam Lisagor! →
Comedy on Vinyl Episode 46 – Paul Zaloom on Lord... →
nprfreshair: 150 years ago today, on December...
Jesse Thorn: Tumbler: Three simple things. →
jessethorn: I’ve been thinking a lot about the future of Bullseye lately. I am immensely proud of the show. I think it is important. Julia and Nick, the producers, have been doing wonderful work, and I’m proud of my role, too. I think Bullseye has a bright future. We are also facing immense challenges. For… @jessethorn creates some of the best audio content there is. Please help...
Did I miss my chance to send John McAfee a cake...