Jon and Glen returned to the SteelStacks Improv Festival, the PREMIERE east coast improvisation festival. Did we cheat and use the same photo from last year’s festival because we didn’t get a picture this time? Sure. Do we know everything there is to know about Tupperware and do a really good job relaying that information to an audience in a shorter-than-usual amount of time? Of course not. Do we hold hands? Famously.
Jon got real peppy about a listener suggestion, but Glen knew the real answer and there wasn’t a Wikipedia page for it anyway so the boys talk about leyden jars for a while. Ben Franklin makes an appearance.
Glen’s dumb nemesis Ben dropped this hot suggy jest, but Glen is a big friggin nerd who used to write about the LHC professionally, so this week GLEN. CAME. TO. PLAY. Jon says some stuff too. Hey, also this episode was recorded before last week’s episode but we released them out of order because Avalanches was going to be our holiday episode, but then we didn’t release a holiday episode, and then it was […]
It’s just a buncha snow slam-jammin around all over the crazy place. We don’t know a lot about avalanches but scientists don’t either, so this page is pretty buck wild. Loads. Speed Racer comes up a lot.
Did you ask for Bluetooth headphones for the holidays? Learn how they work and why they’re called that in this classic episode!
Lazy art this week because Glen is violently ill. Will eating peppercorns help? Probably not! These little spicy rocks make your stuff tasty. Wars were fought over this shit. Seriously though Glen is so so sick please send medicine?
There’s two people at the dinner party this week. Twist those nasty little knobs you absolute freak. Jon’s out here coining phrases left and right. He has no faith in Etch A Sketch artists. Etchie Sketchie is in the Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York. Glen will be there doing jokes on December 26th if you’re into it.
Jon and Glen switch roles and are small plastic boys this week. Glen tried to plastic shame LEGO back in elementary school. Buy and wear this Dookie King dress you cowards. Not surprisingly, Jon and Glen were big nerds who built a lot of LEGO as kids, so they actually kind of know this one.
Dr. Carl Gary Arnsworth or some dumb name was the cat who named this sleepy neurological disorder. Lotta tangents. We have gone zero (0) episodes without mentioning pee. Jon and Glen keep the same things in the same pockets, but Jon has too many keys. Batman: Nosferatu should be called Batman: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and everyone (or just Glen apparently) knows it. We grow our ever-increasing list of promised spec scripts to try […]
Glen’s sick. Jon’s got stuff. So we’re back with a classic episode. Remember corduroy? That good bumpy cloth that makes you look like you teach freshmen English? Is this the one where we coined the phrase “duty cyclers”? It might be. Genuinely don’t remember, and I’m on a lot of cough medicine.