Episode #117 – Would You Like To Buy A Monkey?

LCBR117In our first California-produced episode, we start off with a segment recorded at Carrie’s house with Alex just minutes before Luke leaves for the last time before driving to Burbank with Sara. The second segment was recorded at Not-A-Burger stand with Kyle & Lindsay, where Sara and Luke recount their journey on the road. The third segment was recorded at Canter’s with Tony Goldmark and the cast of “Some Jerk With A Camera. The fourth segment was recorded via Skype with Carrie on Easter Sunday, so they can get caught up with each other, and so Luke can report on his first week at work at Cartoon Network.

Then, after what seems like the end of the episode, we have an additional segment (with songs) recorded with the “Some Jerk” crew at Cantors, in which Charlie and Morgan tell a 33-minute story of their most bizarre Disney World trip ever.

This episode features comedy tracks, some of which are Easter-themed, by Yo Gabba Gabba, “Crazy People”, Brak (Cartoon Planet) featuring Freddie Prinze Jr., TV’s Kyle, Gilbert Gottfried & Owen Suskind, Carrie Dahlby, Paul & Storm, Patton Oswalt, Schaffer The Darklord, Tony Goldmark, Insane Ian, Tenacious D, & The Nick Atoms. So devour a bucket of peeps, and ride through your sugar rush with Luke and Carrie and all our guests on Bad Rapport!

Episode length: 2:35:45

Episode #116 – Moonlight Over Winfield And Burbank

LCBR116When you go 6 weeks without posting an episode because it’s the busiest time of your year, that’s how you end up with a 4-HOUR-LONG EPISODE. So just think of this as 3 episodes smushed together, and let’s get down to business, shall we?

A great amount of this episode is coverage of the MarsCon 2015 Dementia Track, featuring the great Luke Ski, Sara Trice, Tony Goldmark, Devo Spice, ShoEboX of Worm Quartet, Chris Mezzolesta of Power Salad, TV’s Kyle, Lindsay Carrozza, Kevin Eldridge & Kornflake of the Flopcast, and in a later-at-home recap, Carrie Dahlby.

The middle segment of this episode was taken from Episode #38 of my other podcast “Kyle & Luke Talk About Toons”, in which Kyle Carrozza explains the series of events that resulted in it coming to pass that I, Luke Ski, am heading out to live on he & Lindsay’s couch in Burbank, California for at least 4 to 6 months while I work on the creative team producing Kyle’s new cartoon show “Mighty MagiSwords” for Cartoon Network. Yes, for real. I am going to go work for, and at, Cartoon Network. Take a moment to yourself to freak out about this, as I do virtually every second of my life since I found out the news. (If you already heard this segment on “Toons”, then skip ahead 21 minutes.) We also get Carrie’s reaction to the news that I am leaving town, not sure if this cross-country move is going to be temporary or permanent, and its potential effect on everyone’s favorite lunar-obsessed newly 3-year-old kiddo, Alex.

This episode’s comedy tracks are by Raymond & Scum, Moxy Fruvous, Schaffer The Darklord, Sponge Awareness Foundation, TV’s Kyle featuring Lindsay Carrozza, Rob Paravonian, the great Luke Ski, Mikey Mason, Ookla The Mok, Family Guy, Patton Oswalt, Henry Phillips, Trevor Moore, Whitney Avalon featuring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Tom ‘T-Bone’ Stankus, The Nick Atoms, Danger Doom, Monty Python’s Spamalot, and Tegan & Sara featuring the Lonely Island live at the 2015 Oscars.

We don’t know how frequently new episodes of “Bad Rapport” will come out after this one, but we do know we want the show to continue, even if it becomes an only-once-in-a-while podcast. In any case, thanks for listening, and thanks for caring. Please leave us some comments, and we’ll talk to you all in not-too-many-moons from now.

Episode length: 4:00:00

Special thanks to Lindsay Carrozza for this episode’s image art.

Episode #115 – Frozen Vs. Hot Sauce

LCBR115The first episode of 2015 begins with a short segment recorded in early January with a special appearance by “Blasted Bill” Putt of the Pod Of Destiny! Next are a couple of segments recorded on Luke’s birthday in mid-January, the latter of which features him talking about his latest song “The Twilight Zone”, and all of which feature Alex being adorable as usual. The show wraps up on Skype on February 1st, with Luke telling Carrie all about his recent visit to Las Vegas with his wife Sara and their friends Matt and Tara.

This episode’s comedy & music tracks are by Heywood Banks, Rathergood.com, the great Luke Ski, Sesame Street, Steve Martin, Ookla The Mok, Veronique Chevalier featuring TV’s Kyle, and MarsCon 2015’s Music Guest Of Honor Rob Paravonian! Speaking of MarsCon, please don’t forget about the MarsCon 2015 Dementia Track Fund Raiser album. Please pick up a copy on MP3 or CD with MP3 today and help pay for the hotel rooms for our non-Guest-of-Honor acts! Thanks, and I hope you all enjoy the show while you’re trapped inside your houses buried in snow.

Episode length: 1:36:48

Episode #114.5 – MarsCon 2015 Dementia Track Fund Raiser Preview


This is not a regular episode of Bad Rapport, this is a commercial for MarsCon 2015 and this year’s Dementia Track Fund Raiser 3-CD & MP3 sets, which you can purchase at MarsCon Dementia dot com.

Songs played:
* Strictly Speaking – TV’s Kyle
, featuring Power Salad
* Shut Up, Ian! – Insane Ian
* Eskimo Pie Is Not Pie And Contains Very Little Eskimo – Worm Quartet
* Almost Parent Time – Carrie Dahlby, featuring Earl ‘Wyngarde’ Luckes
* I’d By That For A Dollar (Four Quarters Ultimix)
      – Scooter Picnic & the great Luke Ski, featuring Lindsay Carrozza
* The Bitch Song – Henry Phillips
* Best Phone – Cirque du So What?
* Toenails – Kornflake
* Pico & Sepulveda – Power Salad,
      featuring the MarsCon 2014 Dementia Track Performers

Episode length: 40:00

Episode #114 – Biohack Your Chipmunks

LCBR114It’s the last day of 2014, so Luke Ski & Carrie Dahlby wrap up the year by telling us what they’ve been up to this holiday season, featuring Carrie’s entrance into the Audubon Society, Alex’s adorable Christmas morning squee captured on audio, and Luke completely forgetting Jennifer Lawrence’s name.

The comedy tracks this time around are by The Muppets, Peter Lind Hayes & Mary Healy, the great Luke Ski, Insane Ian featuring My Parents Favorite Music, Homer & Jethro, Steve Goodie, Devo Spice featuring Power Salad, Mitch Miller, Daffy Dave, Plucky Duck, The Colbert Report, & Shock Treatment.

So be kind to your web footed friends, for a duck may be somebody’s mother. Be kind to the denizens of the swamp, where the weather is very, very damp. Now you may think that this is the end. Well, it is.

Episode length: 1:53:30

Episode #113 – Squirrel Family Options

LCBR113It’s our annual Christmas episode, which means it’s extra-stuffed full of funny holiday-related tracks from the likes of Paul & Storm, Phineas & Ferb, The Nick Atoms, Hot Waffles, Stephen Colbert, Elephant Larry, Epic Rap Battles Of History, the great Luke Ski, Mystery Science Theatre 3000, Patton Oswalt, Garfunkel & Oates, Smooth-E, Richard Cheese, St. Nick, & Devo Spice, and of course Alex the blonde-haired toddler.

For the first time in several months, Luke & Carrie were actually able to get together at a restaurant so they could record a podcast face to face, far away from other distractions and far close to bacon and nachos. In this episode: Carrie tells us of a creepy random encounter with a middle-aged man at a train festival, Luke instigates podcast inception by playing for Carrie a recording of TV’s Kyle talking on the FuMPcast as a means to break some awesomely good news to her, and Luke & Carrie both discuss comedy songs of theirs from the past that didn’t get as much fan love or specific attention as they thought they should have (not that we’re complaining, we’re just pondering why for the purposes of creating quasi-interesting podcast content for you all).

We also tell some ignorance stories and find out what happens when the pendulum of ignorance swings to the entirely opposite extreme, and read your comments from the past 2 episodes. So grab your hot cocoa, or your gelt, or your reindeer jerky or whatever, and enjoy the one episode of the year that’s unapologetically chock full of holiday onslaught.

Episode Length: 2:49:50

Episode #112 – Cranberry Sauce Investment

LCBR112This episode kicks off with with our latest recurring segment in which Alex sings a song: “Blue Mountain Mystery” from the Thomas & Friends movie of the same name.

Then we finally cover the results of the Luke Ski Top 50 Poll for 2014 in a level of detail that only egotistical self-fan like the great Luke Ski would enjoy.

We wrap up with Carrie bringing us up to speed on things involving nap inconsistency, dry ice, and the circle of life playing out just outside her kitchen window.

This episode’s comedy / music tracks, some of which are from the year 2004, are by Randy Quaid, TV’s Kyle, Insane Ian, Epic Rap Battles Of History, the Nick Atoms, the Crest, Shock G, the Arrogant Worms, and the Consortium Of Genius. Until next time, happy Thanksgiving to you and all your birds, squirrels, and chipmunks.

Episode length: 2:03:13

Episode #111 – War Mess

LCBR111Happy Halloween everyone! This episode features some creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky, altogether ‘ooky’ comedy tracks from Robin Williams, Big Daddy, Scooter Picnic, mc chris, The Count, Winnie The Pooh, MC Frontalot, featuring Jean Grae, Insane Clown Posse, the great Luke Ski, Mystery Science Theatre 3000, Lewis Black, Epic Rap Battles Of History, MC Lars, & Max DeGroot, that final track (and this episode’s art image) coming from the new “Halloween With The FuMP” compilation album, available now as a CD and a download from the FuMP store, featuring many other tracks played on Bad Rapport on Halloween’s past!

Aside from all that awesomeness, Carrie tells us of her continuing efforts to find the right pre-pre-school for Alex, Luke recounts a recent caricature gig which again put him an awkward position resulting in much internal frustration and injustice rage, and Alex sings a song about a piggy. So, again, Hoggy Halloween!

Episode length: 2:30:32

Episode #110 – I Know How Hats Work

LCBR110Everyone seen in the image for this week’s episode appears in this podcast. Yes, including the badly-photoshopped-in ones. That would be (top row, left to right) Devin Lucas of the film “Under The Smogberry Trees”, Kornflake of the podcast “The Flopcast”, Chris Mezzolesta of “Power Salad”, Insane IanTony Goldmark of the webseries “Some Jerk With A Camera”, Sara Trice, Jared Rosenfeld, Morgan Funder of the webseries “The Idiot’s Lantern”, Carrie Dahlby, (bottom row) Lindsay & Kyle Carrozza a.k.a. TV’s Kyle, Pluto, & Luke Ski. Okay, technically you don’t hear Pluto speak in this episode, because he was instead asked to heel, sit, and roll over. Why the cast of a dozen and a 3-hour podcast? Because Sara and Luke along with many others traveled to the L.A. area to be a part of Kyle & Lindsay’s wedding, so the opportunity was seized to have a get-together and record some podcasty goodness for you all. Part one of the show takes place at Morgan’s parent’s house. During these segments, the panel discusses the validity of Gallagher, the recent near-arrest of the ‘Some Jerk” production crew, and we ponder a group cosplay as the cast of “The Critic”. After a very brief recording from the wedding itself, part two takes place at Goofy’s Kitchen in the Disneyland Hotel with Luke, Sara, Chris, & Kornflake. And part three was recorded back at home on Skype with Carrie, where Luke recaps the whole trip for her and you. This episode’s tracks are by Joe Piscopo, the great Luke Ski, Tony Goldmark & Kyle Kallgren, The Bus Boys, The Consortium Of Genius, TV’s Kyle, Donita Smith, They Might Be Giants, Worm Quartet, & T.J. Miller. Also, near the beginning of the show, Chris, Luke, & Tony recount a delirious night back in 2001 when they along with “Blasted Bill” Putt and Keith “Keeterman” Rose recorded dozens of I.D.s for their respective shows on Dementia Radio. Since it was brought up, I edited in several of those classic I.D.s into this episode following all the songs. Knowing that, you’ll now only be slightly less confused than you would have been when you hear them. So we hope you enjoy the show, and again, many congrats and much love to two of Bad Rapport’s favorite people ever, Kyle & Lindsay! 😀 Episode length: 3:04:00


Episode #109 – Crusty Hummus

LCBR109The Halloween spirit has arrived a little early this year, as Carrie tells us the creepy true story of the recent visit she and Alex made to a ‘Waldorf’ Preschool which she was seriously considering enrolling Alex in. That is, until she discovered that Alex would have been better off with a preschool run by Joe Carroll. I realize none of you get that joke pop-culture reference because I am the only person watching “The Following”, but trust me, that was funny. #kevinbacon Anyway, that takes up the first half of this very Carrie-centric episode. She also weighs in on the recent Bad Rapport episode Luke did with Stephanie in the Wisconsin Dells, and we have a sing along with Alex while he’s engaged in waste removal.

Also in this episode, Luke talks about going ‘camping’ with his in-laws, we read your comments from the last episode, and we play comedy tracks from Jonathan Coulton, Patton Oswalt, Adam Sandler, Whitney Avalon, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Shock G, Mike Guthrie, Pat McCurdy, the Rocky Horror Picture Show, Doug Walker & the great Luke Ski. Speaking of which, Luke will soon be re-doing his “Luke Ski Top 50” Poll to determine his most popular songs among his fans, so be sure to repeatedly listen to his latest album “4th Grade Talent Show” on CD, MP3, or for free at Bandcamp so you know which tracks you’ll want to mark on the poll as personal favorites of yours. Listen as often as you like, and feel free to heckle the album as much as you want. There is no Statler of limitations. #statler #waldorf #wockawocka

Episode length: 2:27:53