Episode #135 – The Ghost Of ChristmasTown

Another 6-and-a-half months, another episode, and in that time yet another visit to California for Carrie and Alex to see a very special Aquabats concert. Per usual, we do our best to hit the highlights of our lives since we last posted an episode, and fill you in on some of the changes in our personal lives that has made making time to record these episodes even harder recently. This one’s just under 3 hours, with a pretty even split between talking (including plugging stuff and reading your comments) and playing comedy tracks for you all, finishing off with a bunch of funny holiday music!

This episode’s comedy tracks are by Cheech Marin, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Monty Python, Moneyshot Cosmonauts, Schaffer The Darklord, the great Luke Ski, Carrie Dahlby, Cirque du So What?, Devo Spice, the Incredibles, Will Arnett, The Aquabats, Alex Rasey, TV’s Kyle, The Arrogant Worms, Paul & Storm, Princess Rap Battles (Whitney Avalon), Art Paul Schlosser, Epic Rap Battles Of History, MC Frontalot, Kyle Kinane, Rachel Bloom, Paul F. Tompkins, brentalfloss, Chris Pine, Shameik Moore, William Shatner, Henry Rollins, The Nick Atoms, Steve Goodie, The Doubleclicks, Fortress Of Attitude, and Lauren Mayer.

We wish you all a merry, happy, joyous life, no matter what time of year it is. Please leave us some comments, and we’ll try to answer them in a new episode that we’ll make as soon as we can. Peace and love to you all!

Episode length: 2:53:18

3 thoughts on Episode #135 – The Ghost Of ChristmasTown

  1. I probably shouldn’t find this funny, but in this episode where Luke read the comment about me having finished one season of my YouTube show, titled Shameless Cashgrab, and was 3 episodes into the second one, I couldn’t help but laugh because between these two episodes now I not only finished that second season, I’m 2 episodes into Season 3. That is funny to me. I am far too easily amused, aren’t I?

  2. Wanted to download the podcast; didn’t have time to listen on Christmas Day, because of all the other things happening, but I’m glad you’re back. I did hear Al’s Hamilton Polka (or whatever it’s called) and it’s sad that it will be the only way I’ll hear this musical until it’s made into a movie (if it ever is) because even if the stage road show hits Orlando I won’t have the time or money to see it. Keep chipping at that wall, Luke. You deserve to have your talent paid for and rewarded, and keep driving and seeking gigs; you’re still the Hardest Working Man in Show Business to me. And Carrie, remember that you are loved, and please send me your current address at my email so I can send you a belated Christmas card. I mean, I have them here and waiting to get out to people whose addresses I lost a few formerly working computers ago.

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