Recap and Podcast: You, Me, Them, Everybody LIVE!on January 8, 2011 at 2:46 PM
The episode of You, Me, Them, Everybody that we recorded LIVE last Thursday, January 6 is now available here: http://www.youmethemeverybody.com/2011/01/07/episode-122-live-at-the-looking-glass-with
The show was really fun and I’m glad my friends Carlos, Janet and Liz showed up to witness the event. I just listened to the podcast and I must say I heard about 30% more than I actually heard in person. Which, as a guest, is kinda hard because I had trouble hearing in a noisy bar. So if some of my answers are lame, well, oh well. I might have done better if I could hear.
Otherwise, I just want to clarify that my answer to why we started The Carolyn & Joe Show wasn’t 100% correct. We will probably hit on it in a future episode, but I just want to mention that we had a few shows on WEBR before I ever heard of Kevin Smith’s SModcast. So my answer was a bit wrong or perhaps I heard it as what were influences? Either way, I want to clarify that.
There are more photos of the show on our Facebook Fan Page. “Like” Curls Studio while you’re at it.
So without further ado, please listen to YMTE. I come in around 7:27. Host Brandon Wetherbee is really fun and we hope to do some more stuff with him in the future.
Episode 122, You, Me, Them, Everybody Live! at the Looking Glass with Carolyn Belefski, Jeff Maurer and Armida Lowe
The first of the year! It’s in the books. The audio books! People listen to those.
Carolyn Belefski is a wonderful cartoonist. You can see her work at curls-studio.com. She is also a fellow podcaster. You can listen to her podcast, The Carolyn and Joe Show, at carolynandjoeshow.wordpress.com. I couldn’t have had a better first guest of 2011.
Jeff Maurer is really funny and nice and took a lot of abuse from me. He’s currently opening for Jon Oliver, the funny British fellow on “The Daily Show”, this weekend (1/7 and 8/11) at the DC Improv. If you like, you know, good comedy, you’ll like Mr. Maurer. You can find him on your internet machine at jeffcomedy.com. He has an album you may like. It’s called “Smart Setups, Stupid Punchlines”. Buy it via amazon regardless of your financial status.
Armida Lowe is leaving DC! Why? I’m not exactly sure! Listen to her last DC interview (probably) and last DC set (probably) on this very show! Visit Armida on myspace (Did you know it’s a place for friends? Well, it sure is!).
One of the loudest, tangent filled shows! Enjoi!