Our last single-digit podcast was memorable for several reasons. Not the least of which was my rapid-fire catch phrase shoe-horning whenever Goose's defenses were lowered. Other actual content-related content:
- We discover that apparently Girl Drinks (Chocolate Choo Choo, Blue Crush) are like catnip to women. They even help me throw some game.
- I talk about the house concert I hosted recently. This segues into an update on the film we made recently.
- In Musical Interlude, we put on our A&R pants as we discuss songs dear to our hearts that should have been supper-massive mega hits.
- And finally we re-visit 8.00's ground-breaking The Naughty & The Nottie segment as I throw a couple at Goose he may or may not approve of.
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- Some pictures from my house concert.
- "Be Careful What You Wish For...", our award-winning short film, will be posted shortly, possibly in its own blog post.
- Girl Drink Recipes:
- What I dubbed the Blue Crush.
- Goose's Chocolate Choo-Choo was mostly improvised, but there was definitely Godiva Liqueur, Sambuca, and random combinations of marshmallows & graham crackers. And maybe a splash of Spanish Fly.
- General purpose drink recipe site: iDrink.com.
- Lienert/Pickleman Podcast
- Goose's Naughty Notties:
- Moe - "Not Coming Down", one of Goose's Music Interlude choices
- Huffamoose Documentary Trailer (could not find "Him in a Magazine")
- ellipsis - Our friend Vale Jokisch's band who did my house concert, performing on NBC-10.
- Another house concert I went to recently and recorded several songs by the incredible Felice Brothers.
- The classic Kids in the Hall "Girl Drink Drunk" sketch. Watch for the little things like the waitress' choo-choo noises, and Kevin McDonald's slight sigh when Dave Foley starts reading off the Squashed Strawberry Alley Cat ingredients.
- Trailer for the Illeana Douglas movie loosely based on the life of Carole King whose name I couldn't remember and whose existence Goose couldn't remember. I'm a big fan of the bad accents and awesome beards/hairdos sported by Turturro, Stoltz, & Dillon. This movie was also notable for having some pretty cool music (e.g. Elvis Costello/Burt Bacharach) written in the style of the times portrayed by the movie.
- Cheri Oteri turning me on
- Leinert's doppelganger in sound + vision
- A snippet of Baldwin & Wilder, apparently on a date. Not that I'm jealous.