What’s up with money though? Friend of the show Leeanmerie Rouse drops in to give us the topic this week. We’re still at home, and you should be too.
Series: Improvised Wikipedia
Comedians Glen Tickle and Jon Lunger attempt to rewrite a random Wikipedia entry each week with just their wits and total nonsense.
We’re on a boooooooat (metaphorically) in this one. Apologies for the delay in episodes. We’ve been recording them but Glen has been slow to edit them because “the world is on fire” and he’s “sad”. We’ll also be doing some live recordings you can tune into online, so follow us on Facebook to find out when that is. Also please stay the fuck home. Wear a full fucking Spider-Man mask if you go outside. Wash […]
Glen contends that all sports are bad, but we can all agree that this one sucks.
Astrology is nothing but ya boys talk about it anyway because that’s how this dumb show works.
Oh the hubris! The boys talkin’ about sponges. What is sponges? They squish. We know that. Turtles love this little squish pods. Sponges are coral that skipped leg day. Sponges is nasty freaks.
A lot of Apolo Ohno talk on this one. What if skating was Sonic the Hedgehog? How good is Glen’s dad at ice skating really though? Are Jon and Glen really contentious with each other in this one? You bet!
Glen knows about igloos because of a weird book he read as a kid instead of going outside or making friends. Jon has his feelings hurt because Glen doesn’t listen, but Glen doesn’t remember exactly what Jon was mad about because he wasn’t listening. This is a very good suggy jest and a very bad Wikipedia page.
Da fuk even are sharks tho? Classic Jon and Glen not knowing things energy on this one, folks. But man oh man, we somehow land on some facts. Conner friggin loves sharks.
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.