Monthly Archives: May 2021

Comedy 101 Radio 5.27.21

A little late in posting this, terribly sorry about that.
I went with some serious blockage this week…
Memorial Day (of course), Metal (I Was Bored), Meat
(My love of the letter “M” perhaps), Graduation, and
Arguments (Always great for a laugh or three).
Some horrible baseball puns from Billy Dare and
the Pumps.
A great cover of a superb Eric Idle tune by Bolivian
Sunshine Dogs.
My thoughts turned to cannabalism, this has me a
bit concerned, I’m a vegetarian.
Red Green had much to say.
Daniel Tosh kills it like always.
Onward and Upward…

I Didn’t Know the Gun Was Loaded- Mrs. Hank Fort
Drive in Welcome- Bill Frenzer and Ogden Edsl
Winning the Lottery- Brent Butt (s-up)
The Baseball Song- Billy Dare and the Pumps
Alternative Child- Brian Doyle-Murray and John Belushi
Iron Workers- Greg Warren (s-up)
Robots are Coming- The Android Sisters
Continental Steel- Robert Klein
Cake Balls- Andy Woodhull (s-up)
The Galaxy Song- Bolivian Sunshine Dogs
The Elevator- Bob Prescott & Cy Harrice
My Heritage- Dean Obeidallah (s-up)
The Pirates Feast- Paul & Storm
Lifeboat- Monty Python
I Call Ribs- Dan Cummins (s-up)
What If?- Alien Folklife
This Could Be the Day- Baldbox
California- Bobby Collins (s-up)
Memorial Day- Heywood Banks
The Peace Proposal- Shel Silverstein
Special Forces- Matt Iseman (s-up)
Dead Elephant Dance- Chuck Lucky & the Gentleman of Leisure
Davie the Talkative Cat- Tim Biancalana
Infomercials- Jake Johannsen (s-up)
Slaw Lane- Kip Addotta
Cheesecake Truck- King Missile
Nothing To Say- Red Green (s-up)
The Graduation Song- Rhett & Link
The Verb To Be- Dave Cash
Commencement Speech- Daniel Tosh (s-up)
Instanbul (Not Constantinople)- The Heebee-jeebees
Shi Tsu- Jeremy Taylor
Arguments- Rich Shydner (s-up)
Wife Naggin’- Cledus T Judd
Love Talk Radio: 24 Hours a Day- Travesty Ltd.
Ignorance or Arrogance- Tyler Boeh (s-up)
(This Song’s Gonna Make A) Great Video- The Vacant Lot
Russian Roulette- The Whitest Kids U’ Know
Ballsy Wealth- Pete Correale (s-up)

Cigarettes, Whisky, and Wild Wild Women

This is a real treat!
I recently posted a superb Peter Sellers piece from the early
60’s masterpiece “Doctor Strangelove” and I thought I’d give
the late, great Mr. Sellers another go at showing the world
what a talent he was.
I could go on for days on how much of an influence Jim
Henson and his Muppets has had on American culture
over the years, the television show was exceptional for
many reasons, not the least of which is the way that they
would have a very respected artist as a guest host.
This slice is from a 1977 Muppet’s Show starring Peter
Sellers as a country type of fellow, singing a song of vice.
Singing a song lamenting vice to be more specific.
He was a superb actor, a talented singer, drummer of
fine repute, and a hell of a comedian.
This is wonderful on many levels…