Sunday, October 5, 2008

Episode 32 - Crumbs

Stephen Sim and Lee White of Crumbs join us to talk ginger ale conspiracies and modern rock frontmen.

Download episode 32 here. (right-click)

Brought to you by:

The 1998 Toyota Corolla

Hilarious House of Frightenstein

Maniac Mansion


Warren the Grog

The Champagne of it

Raspberry Schweppes


Meat Puppets

Desmond Tutu

Bruce Cockburn

Who voted?

The Soloist

Purple Roundy

Wendy from Snapple


Capri Sun


Bobcat Goldthwait in his prime

Nikki Cox in hers

Veterinarian's Hospital


-nano means billionth


Olliver said...
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Olliver said...

I admit that Steve Buscemi would be a a great Rizzo, but one issue I have with that is the fact that he LOOKS like Pepe the King Prawn. The audience might get confused.

Eric said...

The "What, am I made of Kroner" line deserved a LOT more laughter. Great episode guys. Congrats on the award. Did you see another bumper jump after that?

Jon said...

I got a bit behind on the episodes and finally caught up so I wanted to comment. On episode 28 or 29, you played an Overheard from Tom in Windsor who owns a bar. As you were introducing him, I thought I recognized who you were talking about and then when it played, I totally recognized his voice.

You were saying that he's sitting on a goldmine with his notebook full of weird stuff people say but he certainly isn't sitting on it. He does a weekly podcast with his buddy called Shane & Tom's Squeezebox that is similar in style to your show and (like you guys) is absolutely hilarious! If you or your listeners haven't heard it check it out on iTunes. They have well over 100 episodes and every single one makes me laugh until I cry.

Kevin Mathers said...
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Anonymous said...

Hello Dave and Graham,

As a bumper since ep. 1 ~sh, it seems unfortunate that the only message I will have sent is fueled by no small amount of contempt - I have been trying to bite my tongue, but I can hold my anger back no longer! How can you have a discussion about Ginger Ale without discussing the great small Ale's? While I will allow both that Canada Dry is acceptable (though only just) and that you may not have tried other delicious brews due to an irrational form of patriotism, I challenge that you must give arguably better beverages a chance. If you accept, I would be happy to provide the means to change your mind, if nothing else to set the record straight once and for all.

Very truly yours,

Bumper W.

The Laugh Gallery said...

I am nothing if not an individual open to the many Ale experiences this young planet has to offer.
Bring it!

Anonymous said...

Excellent. While I would not pretend to have any substantial knowledge of podcasting or formatting, I would suggest you make this either a special (part of a long format) or "seggie" in 4 to 6 parts. Once we have agreed on terms, shipments will begin so that tributes of praise for these worthy beverages may follow.

Bumper W.