Lauren Hennessy proudly (p)resents “Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit.” Chemda Hennessy joins her husband and me (or is it “I?”) to recap this film. The catch? Lauren LOVES this movie! He’s actually presenting this movie. No irony!
This episode is filled with singing, scene recreations and poop jokes. That’s right, poop jokes!
Lauren and Chemda sing parts of the great songs from the movie. Lauren acts out all the parts of the terrible writing.
This married couple not only love this movie, but they hate “Bridesmaids.” They’re not afraid to tell you why. Disagree? Have a favorite Sister Act 2 moment? Comment on our Facebook page.
Show Stuff: This week was supposed to be off, but I loved recording this episode so much I had to put it up right away. The next episode is an interview with the star of “Traxx,” Shadoe Stevens talking about the movie and his career as a radio DJ.
Robert Pritchard star of The Toxic Avenger and Class of Nuke’em High gives us behind the scenes stories about the making of the classic Troma films. Plus his cameo in the remake of “Return to Nuke’em High.”
Then a BONUS – More from Keith & The Girl. I tell the story of the time I went to Michael Jackson’s estate for Joe Jackson’s birthday.
Listen to an interview with the stars of Return to Nuke’m High.
Listen to an interview with the director Lloyd Kaufman
Outtakes from Keith & the Girl and Nicko’s brush with fame. My tale of visiting the Neverland Ranch and other such stuff. Plus we review “Alienator.”
To keep the shows under an hour, sometimes I pull stories from different shows. If they are good, I saved them. If I put them on Audacity they get erased. These two stories have been saved. I’ve been meaning to add them. Sometimes I add them to the very end of the show. Here I talk about going to the Neverland Ranch, one guest admits to borrowing cable TV and Nicko talks about befriending Bil Hicks and Stephan Fry.
Then we review “Alienator” – this week’s offering at “Horrible Movie Night” in Hollywood. It’s an old show that’s on the website still but not on Itunes. Since it’s being featured this Saturday night, I thought it would be a good time to replay it. It features HMN’s John Mathot and Eric “Danger” Nyenhuis. John runs HMN. John’s description of “Alienator” from his website:
Keith and the Girl’s Keith and Chemda talk about Chemda’s favorite film of all time, ever, “Drop Dead Fred.” Yikes. Phoebe Cates has an imaginary friend (Rik Mayall) who comes back in her life doing his best Beetlejuice impression. Apparently Fred is not real. I thought he was. You agree with me, right? Watch the movie here. Go to our Facebook page to tell Chemda what you think.
Comedy writer and host Jonathan Corbett (“Dream Tweet”) joins in too!
Here’s a link to some interesting “Drop Dead Fred” Fanfiction. It seems like the people who wrote it, also think that Fred is real. I can’t believe I was the only one.
Rich Vos, Nikki Glaser and Bonnie McFarlane joined me on a panel at this year’s Blogworld Expo (now New Media Expo). I lead a talk about stand up comedians in podcasting. Al Madrigal was supposed to be on the panel also, but he had to do a bit on “The Daily Show” that night. Thanks to Cliff Ravenscraft for setting up the talk. Hopefully, I’ll see you at New Media Expo in January. Read my pre-interview with Nikki Glaser.
I apologize for my terrible mic technique. You have to hear the Question and Answer section at the end.
Never Not Funny’s Jimmy Pardo resents”Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park.” Yes, the band Kiss with make up and super powers. Yes, super powers. Watch them fight the evil Kiss created by a mad scientist who happens to work out of the local Six Flags.
1978 TV execs wanted to get that allusive Kiss Army audience. What do they want? The band Kiss, music, magic spells and roller coasters in the background. It’s more “Scooby Do” than “Hard Day’s Night. ” Can’t fail!
We also talk about Jimmy’s popular podcast “Never Not Funny,” his love for Liza and we blow the lid off of Adam Spiegelman’s (Host “Proudly Resents”) great cleaning lady scandal.
Also: Nicko makes an uncomfortable appearance, we introduce new news site @extremelylocal, explore the seedy world of salad bars with Luggage Tuesdays and a plug for a great live show. Go see “Up Late With Adam Fisher” even if one of the writers owes me $100. Cough -Noah Kaufman- Cough.