1. I’m waiting to see what will come of this, but 10 years after we started it, ‘Looking Forward’ might get a little press.

     
  2. Who Should Apologize? Colbert or ‘Colbert?’

    Who Should Apologize? Colbert or ‘Colbert?’
    I just finished a CNN article by Aaron Schiller.  You can read it here for yourself: http://goo.gl/GX2LFi.  It breaks down the the #CancelColbert debacle which, for the most part, is the result of someone misunderstanding satire, especially in the face of the cynical attempt at “race re…

     
  3. New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/suFGDW - Episode 89 - Jason Pickar on Emo Philips - E Equals MO Squared

    New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/suFGDW - Episode 89 - Jason Pickar on Emo Philips - E Equals MO Squared
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    This week we discover a new friend of the podcast in the awesome Jason Pickar.  He raps and he comedies.  It’s a great deal of fun, and he makes our 2nd time with this album just as much fun as the first.
    Host: Jason Klamm
    Producer: Mike Worden
    This Week’s Guest: Jason Pickar

     
  4. New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/BYiznj - Episode 88 - Matt Lieberman on Bill Cosby - 8-15 12-15

    New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/BYiznj - Episode 88 - Matt Lieberman on Bill Cosby - 8-15 12-15
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    Host: Jason Klamm
    Producer: Mike Worden
    This Week’s Guest: Matt Lieberman

    Comedy on Vinyl is recorded at Fort Awesome Studios in beautiful downtown Burbank. The samples played in these non-commercial (see: free) podcasts are used without permission under the provisions of fair use for the sake of comment

     
  5. New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/Gi8WId - Episode 87 - Rodney Allen Rippy

    New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/Gi8WId - Episode 87 - Rodney Allen Rippy
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    This week we talk with Rodney Allen Rippy about his career, being a child star, and being in the best movie ever, “Blazing Saddles.”
    Host: Jason Klamm
    Producer: Mike Worden
    This Week’s Guest: Rodney Allen Rippy

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    Who else can’t wait for “Veronica Mars: No Overhead”?

    Who else can’t wait for “Veronica Mars: No Overhead”?

     
  7. Why does no one ever ask where the bartender got heavy water from?

    Why does no one ever ask where the bartender got heavy water from?

     
  8. New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/oqqX0a - Episode 86 - Dan Schlissel on Rodney Dangerfield - No Respect

    New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/oqqX0a - Episode 86 - Dan Schlissel on Rodney Dangerfield - No Respect
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    Dan Schlissel returns and, as usual, demonstrates his prowess as a comedy connoisseur and expert collector.  This time, we hit our second Dangerfield album in the podcast’s history, basking in the glow of the seemingly simple one-liners and crowd work of Rodney Dangerfield.
    Host: Jason Klamm
    Producer: Mike Worden
    This Week’s Guest: 

     
  9. Even though it looks good on paper, don’t assert yourself with “Our way or the hourway.”

    Even though it looks good on paper, don’t assert yourself with “Our way or the hourway.”

     
  10. New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/S7sa7e - Episode 85 - Mark Proksch on The Two Sides Of The Smothers Brothers

    New episode of the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast at http://goo.gl/S7sa7e - Episode 85 - Mark Proksch on The Two Sides Of The Smothers Brothers
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    You’ve seen Mark Proksch on The Office as Nate.  You might have been fortunate enough to see Kenny Strasser, Yo-Yo Master.  He’s generally just brilliant and funny, but he also picked The Smothers Brothers, finally bringing me back to something I have memorized most of.  It gets comfortably nerdy herein, even if he doesn’t have anything to plug.  Enjoy!
    Host: Jason Klamm
    Producer: Mike Worden
    This Week’s Guest