It seems as though every year around this time something awfully spooky washes over this podcast and takes it in a devilish direction. I'm sorry to say that this year is no different, with guests like the dreadful Beuford and Messmore le Barron of Suicide House and the frightful Ghost Boy. Hopefully the positive energy of Neil Campbell will be enough to prevent your nightmares, but I won't make any promises! If you find yourself too scared following this episode, follow these directions: Listen to theBumbershoot Comedy Bang Bang recordings, and swaddle yourself in a warmComedy Bang Bang t-shirt. If that doesn't work, well then I suppose we've done our job. Muahaha!
Episode 129 — Comedy Fang Fang
Posted 31 October 2011 - 01:04 PM
Epic return of the "Die-namic Duo"! The puns have me rolling and this is defintely a keeper. Messmore has some serious flow on that rap battle...you can tell he was working in the lab late one night to build up that skill.
I've listend to this 3 times already...fantastic episode
Posted 31 October 2011 - 02:59 PM
Really great episode, glad to see you guys doing something a little different with the format. There were so many high points in the episode, but since Gelaman and Daly are going to get most of the praise, I have to mention how much I loved Neil Campbell's story.
Posted 31 October 2011 - 04:07 PM
Thanks for sharing the pics. I have even more respect for everyone having to sit in a room and weave the magic despite that crazy hat Mr. Gelman was wearing. If i close my eyes i can still make out the pattern....
My favorite desk graffitti: "Let's Go Crazy" by Prince.
Posted 31 October 2011 - 04:27 PM
In all fairness, he didn't know I'd be there to shoot, and was headed to the gym right after the recording... also Jon Daly having to weave his magic with his dad in the room behind him, not that he said anything remotely close to the colorful rap Gelman said at the end of the show.