|Posted on April 7, 2014 at 5:40 PM|
Put down that toaster, or else...
Another long break in the routine! This time I'm going to be up front with you people; the editing process for putting an episode together is pretty long and tedious, and it's really hard to love doing it when it puts so much strain on my schedule. I still don't know if I'm going to want to continue this show, but I'd like to try to get some of these old, already-recorded eps out to you. Don't be surprised if after this one, they come with less frequency, and also are not quite so smooth and polished as they were before (because like I said, editing... geesh.)
D. the Deejay will be continuing the previous interview with Amy Sulam, Paul Voigt, and Tom Schalk (with Garrett Williams later joining us) to discuss Jonah Hill making Leonardo diCaprio throw up, the Pizza Underground with Macaulay Culkin, when Paul is going to murder Amy, fabric sofTener, dropping off Twitter for boobs, Vincent Price versus Rex Harrison, comedic timing, watch-phones, Rocko’s Modern Life, technical difficulties, moshing in your meanie pants, glitter ponies, advice on kidnapping, being on The Wire, celebrity stalkers, an artist’s responsibilities, Golem Vs. Frankenstein, Penis Mary Shelley, resurrecting Brian Griffin, The Voice Acting Alliance, Roger Rabbit, Sherlock causing Amy to cream herself, Real Genius, Seinfeld versus Friends versus Always Sunny, Mr. Plinkett being the door greeter of Hell, Scott Pilgrim’s false confidence, whether or not Jason Bateman was a creeper in Juno, Jennifer Grey’s nose, happy drops of water, and buying JRR Tolkien’s underwear.
Before we hit you with the funny, we gotta hit you with the credits:
It drops in three formats, G:
And off it goes into the internets! Hopefully it won't take me so long to get to Episode 29, which introduces the lovely Taylor Lynn Patrick (and believe me, you'll be so glad to meet her you'll probably wet yourself)! Until then...