Jay reveals some personal details about his biological proclivities in relation to finishing a sip of beer. Dan ruins Car Talk. And we both struggle to remember the name Rick Lazio, please. We also talk about a 21-year-old Siskel & Ebert “parody” gone awry before Jason learned the two main rules of improv, like that one… “Don’t stop the sketch because you’re bored and say you’re bored.” That one.
We discuss “My Show, Starring Me!” and Jay’s penchant for making sketches challenging rather than funny. Like, the thing they call art when you’re a grown up, unless someone told you the truth when you were a kid. Which no one did. Because Dan’s a good friend, or something.
Sorry for the delay in this week’s episode. Blame “family” and “catching up,” at least on my end. Even though I (Jason) edit the show, I still blame Dan. He could’ve recorded both our parts and put out his own, timely episode – but he didn’t. And that’s because he doesn’t care. Or so I assume. Anywho, to tide you over, here’s a sketch for our second, yet-to-be-produced album, “Jenny Is A Slute,” which has too much back story to cover here, but suffice it to say we do know how to spell “slut,” and that’s part of the joke. Still, too much to explain.
Listen to “Tea” here, as archived by some old site with our stuff on it: