The party goes on with another live edition of the show from TradioV, and it must go on even though David Letterman announced his retirement and Langdon is a bit upset; hear him tell about how David saved his life years ago; and let the music pump you up, when the gang welcomes David Fisch from LA Music Blog to put the spotlight on the newest and hottest songs that are dropping for Spring; then, in studio we have country rocker Paul Chesne and his incredible band for some laughs and live jams; they’ve written over 200 songs, recorded 3 full-length albums and rocked audiences everywhere; Crazy Craigs List Ads is back, the Black Keys may have jumped the shark, and Kurt Cobain is still dead (but, Abe Vigoda is not); links to the band and LA Music Blog, plus behind the scenes pics and more are all on the website; enjoy, Nation!
The show is raided by one of Los Angeles’ most popular comedy troupes today and Langdon couldn’t be happier; you will be ecstatic, too, as Michael Silva, Tara Jean O’Brien, Sean Michael Boozer and Jim O’Brien, from Hey Neighbor crash the party and push the boundaries of comedy (and what we can legally get away with on the air!); they play a brand new game with Langdon, improvise some hilarious situations and show us a sh*t ton of their videos from their brand new YouTube Channel, including their parody of the viral (and now controversial) video, First Kiss; Tinder, Bronies, and snarky internet trolls are on the menu; plus, we ask the really probing questions like, “Can you smell the trailer on her?”…”Will Naomi show us her boobs?”…and, “Have you met the internet?”…there’s big fun and a big announcement in this laugh-packed episode, so don’t miss it! Enjoy, Nation!
Worlds collide today as Langdon’s real-world boss crashes the party at TradioV today; it’s a hilarious mash-up made in heaven (and that might just take us to hell); let’s just hope that Langdon doesn’t get fired, because this episode is wildly fun; today’s menu includes zombies, drag queens and pole dancing; Katie “reveals” some secrets today and Langdon tells some embarrassing stories from his past; we premiere two new segments, too; in Weird Science we take a look at some crazy new technology including Sony’s Morpheus, the first real virtual reality gaming system; we also present for you listening pleasure, the wildest Craigs List ads we’ve ever seen; the cherry on the cake today, is a surprise phone call from our former co-host, Cory Pearman; it’s a fantastically fun day, and on the website we’ve doubled your pleasure with twice as many behind the scenes pics; enjoy, Nation!
It’s Saint Patrick’s Day, the Crew is back at TradioV and the party is on; along with the green beer (and green champagne) comes a lot of craziness, including our brand new set (for the viewers’ pleasure) and a crazy man with a drill – from the control room, our friend Greg Furman joins the fun; Ricky Gervais and Will Ferrell are on the menu, along with the armpit of the country and an electric eel condom, complete with scary (and hilarious) video; there’s some serious conversation about the disappearance of Malaysian Flight 370 and Langdon tries to discuss some theories and alternative explanations, while the Crew mutinies in the funniest way; there’s also stories from Michael Rutt’s birthday party at Champagne Studios, including some very silly pics on the website, mutant lady parts and what (disgusting thing) Lady GaGa did at SXSW; plus, a special video supporting our The F Word; tons of behind the scenes pics on the website today, so you gotta check them out; enjoy!
”Let’s do it; what could possibly happen?”…that’s the very magical (and sometimes dangerous) phrase that leads to this very impromptu show just for the podcast listeners; we were having so much fun at the after party, that we just couldn’t stop; there’s loads of laughs and some really great conversation in this one, including lies, lying and white lies, sci-fi close encounters and celebrity poker; adorable actress Kristine DeBell, best known for being opposite Bill Murray in Meatballs (and a naughty little diddy, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) joins us, along with the star of the new show on TradioV “Civil Wars,” Miss Lora; and, just when we thought it was safe to podcast, control room operators and other shows’ hosts invade and the party gets even wilder; we go from Patrick Stewart being accidentally outed (and he’s not even gay) to everyone’s favorite curse words, and from a mini-melt down by Langdon to a really deep discussion of self-esteem, persona and personhood; it’s a wildly fun, and beautifully empowering episode that you can’t miss.