Monthly Archives: March 2018

On This Day in History

Kate Micucci was born back in 1980!
She is one half of Garfunkel and Oates, actress and
songwriter with talent to spare.
She makes the occasional foray into television comedy
and she is well known on some very popular shows.
Happy Birthday Ms. Micucci, keep up the great work!
I love to play this piece during the holiday season…

On This Day in History

Ze Frank was born/hatched/secreted back in 1972!
Raised by marsupials, babysat by owls and taught
by Dung Beetles Ze went on to become bitter and
resentful over never having known his real human
parents and set out to record ridiculous short
flicks about critters in the animal kingdom with
tiny misshapen boing-boings.
Happy Birthday Mr. Frank, may there be many more!
Birthdays, not boing-boings…

Fun Facts

From Kellen Erskine!
He’s a really funny stand-up comedian that I
can’t get enough of lately.
He’s dry but not depressing, laid back and
finding the groove is what this guy is all about.
And he knows something about the drawbacks of having
too much hair…

Comedy 101 Radio Playlist 3.29.18

I played some really nice, new material this week from
Kathleen Madigan, Mitch Hedberg, Kyle Kinane and Jake
Yes, I know…”How can a dead guy put out new material?!”
you might shriek out loud to total strangers!
New to the show, and I’m ALL for keeping someone
alive that should still be heard.
I still play Carlin, Pinette, Jeni, Radner, Dangerfield,
Whitehurst, Hicks, and a host of other supremely talented
comedians just for that reason.
And Oscar Brand!
That man has my undying respect for many reasons, and one of
the biggest is that he had his own radio show in New York City
That’s a loooooong time!
And he hosted many very interesting people, for the best of reasons.
I could go on, but once I start rambling…

Comedy 101 Radio Playlist for 3.29.18
Some great new material this week, and a nod to Easter!

Seven Old Ladies Locked in a Lavatory- Oscar Brand
A Small Re-write- Rowan Atkinson and Hugh Laurie
Strict Parents- Todd Justice (s-up)
Frank’s Not in the Band Anymore- Worm Quartet
Henri’s Artic Outfitters- Royal Canadian Air Farce
My Doctor- Rodney Dangerfield (s-up)
Things Could Be Worse, I Could Be You- Bill Frenzer
Bike Stop- MC Mr. Napkins
Gifts- Michael Somerville (s-up)
The Robot Cat- Logan Whitehurst & The Junior Science Club
Chunky Chets Fried Chicken- Laughing Hyena
Extreme Sports- John Pinette (s-up)
The Scotsman- Mike Cross
A Professional- Michael Jr. (s-up)
White Trash Girlfriend- J Chris Newberg
A Pinhead Will Survive- Reverend Billy C Wirtz
Dollar Store- Steve McGrew (s-up)
Sweet Transvestite- Tim Curry
Easter- Bill Hicks (s-up)
Rabbit Valley- The Four Postmen
Nukes in the News- Proctor and Bergman
Door Hold- Robert Hawkins (s-up)
Poisoning Pigeons in the Park- Tom Lehrer
Cooking Time With Phillipa and Denina- The Vestibules
Til Death Do Us Part- Jake Johannsen (s-up)
Road Kill- The Horse Flies
Canadian Wildlife Dead Animal- The Frantics
Impatient- Glen Foster (s-up)
Let’s Talk Dirty to the Animals- Gilda Radner
I’m in Love With My Little Red Tricycle- Napolean XIV
K.C. is the Garden of Eden- Kathleen Madigan (s-up)
The Easter Song- Paul & Storm
2 Hot 4 U, Pt.II- Barry & the Bookbinders
The Improv Fairy Tale- Mitch Hedberg (s-up)
It’s the Liquor- Kip Addotta
Alternative Child- Brian Doyle-Murray, John Belushi
On the Shoulders of Freaks- Henry Phillips
Tornado Damage- Kyle Kinane (s-up)