Is there anyone more delightful than Dave "Country" Koechner? A master storyteller, Dave brings magic to Who Charted? this week as he recounts remembrances of Bill Hicks, waxes poetic about his love for his wife, and discusses some of his favorite concert experiences. The music for the week is surprisingly good, as Kulap and Howard count down iTunes alternative songs. Chart Roulette is back, and the summer brings in some fresh films for our movie chart. Grab a piece of your Summah Gum and chew down on Who Charted?!
Episode 28 — Who Charted? Book Club
Posted 15 June 2011 - 07:04 AM
I still love Dave Koechner, but I just wished he was slightly more in on the joke and set-ups from Howard. It just made things sound a little awkward when it could have been hilarious; because my favorite part of the show is the insane questions Howards asks the guests, and it felt like Dave didn't want any part of that. But I loved his stories, and he seems like a very nice guy.
Posted 18 June 2011 - 05:37 PM
Great episode, dudes. Probably in my top 3 (Tom Lennon and blazed Brody Stevens being the other high-water marks). Koechner was a fine guest--nice change of pace. Usually on Earwolf shows I say the sillier the better, but he brought some smarts and soul to the show this week. Keep it up. In my uninformed opinion, Who Charted? is the unsung hero of the Earwolf lineup!
Posted 22 June 2011 - 03:36 AM
Dave was great.
I also just saw him in Paul the other day which was a fun movie, but I wish they had tapped Dave's comedic chops for more than just a few redneck jokes.
How many guests now have made reference to wanting more Kulap songs in the world of music? It's becoming a theme. Maybe there should be a "Kulap" song competition ;)