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Free Love Forum At The Friars Club

July 8, 2010

Friars Club fun continues with our interview with Free Love Forum…(Click to listen, right click to download)

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Code Duello At The Friars Club

July 7, 2010

On July 11th 1804, Aaron Burr killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. Two hundred years later, two improvisers imagine why. We couldn’t fit all the Friars Club fun into the podcast so check out our interview with Code Duello. (Click to listen, right click to download)

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Have A Mullet? Go Directly To Iranian Jail

July 6, 2010

America is so far behind the rest of the world.  We have poor a poor education system, inadequate health care and the mullet is still completely legal.  Well, according to gawker, Iran has solved at least one of those problems.  They are just the progressivist.   As of today anyone seen wandering around Iran all […]

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Backstage At The Friars Club

July 5, 2010
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This week we are reporting from the FrISC, which is the Friars Club Improv and Sketch Competition. 5 Sketch teams and 5 Improv teams went up against each other and the winner went home with $10,000 to make a short film that will be shown at the Friars Club Film Festival. Dan talks to Sue […]

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Happy 4th of July!

July 4, 2010

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!

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Louie Did It Right On FX

June 30, 2010

Louis CK kicked off his new show last night and it got it so much righter than Lucky Louis.  The two episodes that aired were funny and even at certain times touching.  To me the big problem with Lucky Louie was the chemistry that was suppose to be there and wasn’t.  Louie is all about […]

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Dan Reads Twilight – Part 1: The Beginning

June 22, 2010

I was looking for a project for this summer and I’ve decided that I am going to read the book “Twilight” and report back to you folks here about my experience. Why am I doing this? One, I am so far away from the target audience, and I want to see what it is like […]

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