Jason sits down with Katie Holcomb, Aaron Grant, Steve Howze, and Blue (Josh Blubaugh) of the Richmond Comedy Coalition Theater, during the run of their first annual "2nd Best Comedy Fest"!
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Where we start with HUGE news about the forthcoming Bearded Ones Podcast Network!! Then we get into HUGE mistakes in clothes-changing-locations and old fogies that love ya gams, HUGE-ly uncomfortable bathroom situations, HUGE annoying small-talk throughout history, HUGE reactions to the "STAR WARS" and "BATMAN Vs SUPERMAN" trailers, HUGE bad super-villains and close out with another bracket series, this time with Serial Killers and we ask the question, "Which serial killer would make the best spy?" HUGE.
Special guest, Andrew Van of Alchemy comedy visits and we get deep into improv, stand up, and comedy in general.THEN we do impressions of local improvisors. THEN we do scenes suggested by YOU the listener. THEN finish with more shout outs and we give away some ice cream via reading our Stitcher reviews. Making this episode almost as stuffed with name-drops, scenes, celebrity impressions and self congratulating as the 100th!!!!
This week Jason takes a break during his trip to The Charleston Comedy Festival to sit down with local Chucktown comedians Andy Rider and Deshawn Mason. We discuss Uber: The Comic book! We learn about something called "The Underwear Comedy Show". We talk magic, odd venues, and walking the room. We learn about Andy's childhood and how not every kid grows up on Disney movies, some of us had to watch the most terrifying cartoon movie ever. Then we discover how mimes were created and we find out that you shouldn't insult the MC at the strip club you're performing at because YOU WON'T WIN.
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This week we open our secret Santa gift from The Graphic Novice Podcast. Thanks so much guys!
We then have way to much fun with the Bane voice. After that we realize that "The Family Circus" comic strip is full of Ghost Kids! Which leads into a discussion about Charlie Hebdo and why people can't take a joke.
We play a compilation of all the roast jokes about Bearded One Jason Underwood from The Alchemy Comedy Roast of Taylor Dorsett. https://twitter.com/taylor_ocd
Evan remembers an amazing dating story involving odd anime movie scenes and his dates parents.
And we close out with a series of scenes involving a very small Al Pacino, and a very giving Vin Diesel.
Kids: Don't listen or "Not Me" is going to get you.
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Here it is!! Episode 100!! The biggest Bearded Ones EVER!!! With so many awesome guests, new and old, packed into a single episode we had to stretch our average episode length but it was worth it!
The show is divided into four segments:
Where we chart new territory with the best crossover since the days of Marvel/DC Avengers/Justice league (where noone wants to be the Justice League) by doing a half and half (not a donkey punch….although we came close) of The Bearded Ones/MBSING crossover with the Mary Beth Smith.
We start the Bearded Ones half with talk of living in the wild (though you know f*ck all about living outdoors ya wanker) then we get into uncomfortable improv moments and Turkey danger among other things, then we have the MBSING half and Mary Beth takes the wheel and we get into a pretty sincere conversation about improv and what it means to us. Don't worry, we break the sincerity with a lot of fart and poop comments (not really). PODCASTERS UNITE!!!!
Where with the help of special guest (with a super-name) Todd A Janssen, we delve into candy, weird mustache fame, Shakespeare, Theatre mishaps, Korea, Kah-ra-te, and then get into all things geek so super hardcore missing Bearded One Jason is probably glad he wasn't there.
P.s.-still, not for kids.