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Episode 293 - Austin Lucas and the Blader On a Cleanse

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Musical friend Austin Lucas returns to improv4humans this week along with Brian Huskey, Jessica McKenna, Seth Morris, and Stephanie Allynne. Austin plays a few of his favorite songs which inspire scenes about a punk rock birthday party for a six year old, the importance of smoking in Europe, and a musician whose success hinges on his sickness. Plus, children get interviewed about their dreams, and a rumor about wings finds its way around the workplace.

 

 

 

Episode 293 - Austin Lucas, Brian Huskey, Jessica McKenna, Seth Morris, Stephanie Allynne

 

(1:31 - 24:00) Let’s Hear A Song - "Go West" (1:31 - 5:34) - 1. Dating a star means the breakup must be publicized on social media (5:35 - 15:18) / 2. Constantly bringing up your ex on a first date (15:33 - 24:00)

 

(24:23 - 43:05) Let’s Listen to Another Song - "Immortal Americans"(24:31 - 28:30) - 1. Kids pick on each other because of their diets (28:31 - 36:48) / 2. Six year old wants to throw a punk rock birthday party (37:03 - 43:05)

 

(43:35 - 1:03:31) Let’s Listen to Another Song - “Man Alive” (44:17 - 48:56) - 1. Smoking is the most important factor in establishing a European ambiance (48:57 - 55:59) / 2. Confronting your favorite singer about how his chemotherapy ruined his music (56:19 - 1:03:31)

 

(1:04:07 - 1:25:54) Let’s Listen to Another Song - “Shallow Inland Sea” (1:04:14 - 1:08:11) - 1. Dream institute analyzes the dreams of 6 year olds (1:08:14 - 1:17:13) / 2. Dealing with the persistent rumor that you have wings (1:17:39 - 1:25:54)

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That is an all-star lineup of improvisers right there!

 

Possibly the greatest group of humans ever assembled for a musical episode. Great ep!

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Don't yet know the musical guest, but this is an obscene line-up of improvisers and I only hope Dalton doesn't somehow fuck things up.

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I used to disliked musical episodes. I also used to dislike Matt's taste in music. I took stock during this episode, and I realized I no longer feel that way.

 

It also goes without mentioning but, this is a stellar lineup. Beyond stellar, even.

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