Monday, October 26, 2009

Episode 85

Graham's off his deathbed and we're back to talk about moving, cologne, and debut Dave & Graham's Favourite Things.

Download episode 85 here. (right-click)

Brought to you by:

Kaufman & Hart

Amelia Bedelia

Master Of The House

Dan Hedaya


Dr. Oz

The Doctors


Vacuum tubes

Jeff Dunham

One of 13 videos available at Seriously.

Dr. Dre

Ice-T and Coco

Everything you want in a drug store

Spanxin' it

Doug Henning

River of Dreams

Mr. Deeds

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Monday, October 19, 2009

No podcast this week

Graham has been feeling quite under the weather and has been ordered to avoid people for the next few days. Sorry. We'll record as soon as he is able.

In the meantime, we recommend listening to any of these podcasts:

Jordan Jesse Go
Live, From a Shoebox
The Fireland Podcast
Comedy Death-Ray Radio

Oh, and feel free to wish Graham well.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Episode 84 - Jon Dore

Comedian Jon Dore joins us for a good, old-fashioned insanitycast. Seriously, I don't know what this is.

Download episode 84 here. (right-click)

Brought to you by:

Club Dread


That swearing black kid

Dead Presidents


Astar, a robot

Teardrop tattoo

The Budweiser 3

This tattoo makeup also contains hair straightener

Emmerdale, presumably. These people MUST be British.

Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump

The Hills gang

-Did Dave call Kat Von D a makeup artist? She's a tattoo artist, buddy.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Episode 83 - Rory Scovel

Comedian Rory Scovel joins us to talk about comedy tours, Mexican cinema, and swords.

Download episode 83 here. (right-click)

Brought to you by:

The Red Bull tab

The Comedy Fest movie

Hey, Jerky.

The Waterboy dropkick

Comedy tours with badass names


Really? Mexico?


Swordplay classes (yes, this place also offers falconry)

The blindest swordsman

Emergency medical attention

In loving memory

Apparently this exists

I don't know what to do with this hair

Starring Erika Eleniak as Angie Everhart

Dennis Miller's "That's Geek To Me"

The beginning of the end for Paul McCartney

Mortal Kombat theme song