K&B Podcast: Wednesday February 15th with guests: Bill Burr and Bob Odenkirk  

Open. Showbiz Beat. OJ Simpson. Cartoon Characters You Would Have Sex With. Trumpdate. Bob Odenkirk. Wrestle-Movie-A. Showbiz Beat. Bill Burr. Wheel O Bad Animal Voices. Indy-O or Indy-No. Showbiz Beat.

530 - Skinner: Part Two  

Skinner returns to take you on an emotional rollercoaster that will exercise your demons and help you make peace with the world at large. Underneath the wild facade of lizard on lizard art is a complex artist working through what makes us all human and an unending search for truth. Mark and Skinner connect through a humanizing interview that we all need to hear to start reconnecting with the people around us. By sharing the life experiences that shaped these two creative powerhouses we can further understand the artist behind the work and the motivations underneath everything. Halfway through things get flipped and Mark find himself in a Skinnerview of his own and lets us in a little deeper to his own past as well. Come bond with a straight edge adult and a wild man vaping the night away talking about everything from the Krull Experience to understanding the momentum of your own heart.

Talking Points

Noticing the world around you and your reactions to it. The mechanisms we use to acknowledge people that could seem like an overcompensation. What do you have to lose form someone else's resistance? Opening your heart and the effects of staying on defense mode. Dealing with where your mind goes and keeping your perspective while making lizard on top of lizard art. Depression, anxiety, and the momentum of your heart. Psychological breakdowns and how our idealistic nature goes up against our narcissistic nature. Attaining freedom from suffering. Survival instincts, work ethic, and the non stop cycle of making the next thing to try and bring you happiness. The search for truth and a hopeful shift in the social norm. Jazz in the creative mind. High workouts. A case for and against marijuana. Emotional interpretations, staying in the zone, and not messing with a good thing. A lot of different kinds of abandonment and the common thread that bonds us all. Going Broprah and deciding whether to leave a light on for certain people. One of my parents is dead to me (literally and figuratively) and wanting to change what you can't control. Telling a stranger the stories of your life and taking the power back. Would you trade in your pain for a cool parent? The Krull Experience at Disneyland and being the Bootleg Kid. Toilet paper mummies and the oddities of a child's memories. Watching Hulk Hogan hve sex and making a website for Jake The Snake. The greatness of Bill Burr. Hitting the "professional artists" quota. Rising above the regurgitated shit from major media outlets. Skinner's acting chops and his silver screen goals. Idiot. Idiot. Idiot. Money, the Gambler's lifestyle, and investing in yourself. Peaking with Willie Nelson and Wee Man. Funding long term projects that go directly to your audience to give you the ultimate bargaining chip. Finding opportunity in the chaos.


The CONAN Podcast: Bill Burr, Lea DeLaria, And Jamie Dornan  

This week, Bill Burr weighs in on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Timothy Olyphant reminisces about smoking Willie Nelson's weed, and Jamie Dornan relives his worst audition. PLUS: Lea DeLaria's weight loss secret, stand-up sets from Nathan Macintosh and Orny Adams, and more!

Daily Podcast (02.01.17)  

News (:00) Entertainment News (:10) Ripping off the Gas Pump (:40) Most Attractive Body Parts and Bill Burr Calls In (1:18) Preston and Steve Show: Risk Takers (2:07) Bizarre File (2:27) Hollywood Trash and Music News (2:38) Wrap Up (2:56) The post Daily Podcast (02.01.17) appeared first on 93.3 WMMR.

01-31-17 5pm Mens Room reads some poetry  

Shot of the Day, profile This, TV Time with Ted has clips from Nicolas Cage and Bill Burr! Plus headlines and Taryn Daly takes over

#909 - Bill Burr  

Bill Burr is a standup comedian and also hosts his own podcast called "The Monday Morning Podcast" His latest special "Walk Your Way Out" is available now on Netflix.

Ep 138 - Al Madrigal  

Before he was a correspondent on The Daily Show and before he was doing guest roles in all your favorite TV shows and commercials, Al Madrigal was a comic just like the rest of us. He has worked the road, all the shitty rooms... he has paid his dues. And now he's here to tell us the importance of OWNING your own work. He also happens to own this podcast network that we're on (along with Bill Burr) and created a whole new way of podcasting and giving power and control to the comedians who are doing the work and creating content. Pay attention boys and girls! Please take 5 seconds to rate or review the podcast on itunes and if you like it subscribe! Thanks for listening! LINKS Al Madrigal: TWITTER: @AlMadrigal INSTAGRAM: @AlMadrigal Felipe Esparza: FACEBOOK: TWITTER: @FunnyFelipe INSTAGRAM: @FelipeEsparzaComedian Rodrigo Torres: TWITTER: @RodrigoTorresJr INSTAGRAM: @RodrigoTorresJr TUMBLR: Lesa Esparza (Producer, editor, "What's Up Fool?" podcast) TWITTER: @WhatsUpFoolPod Voodoo Glowskulls (they do our theme song) Ernesto Yerena (he designed our podcast logo) INSTAGRAM: @ernestoyerena

Ep. 167: Bill Burr  

HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by comedian and fellow Bostonian Bill Burr to discuss the joys of parenthood (6:00), Wayne Gretzky's interview style (11:00), the "Big Bad Bruins" (15:00), NBA rivalries (20:00), the Mount Rushmore of TV actors (25:00), Lakers fans claiming Minneapolis titles (33:00), the Belichick-Brady era (37:00), Michael Jackson's impact on the Pats' ownership (45:00), PED usage in sports (49:00), Super Bowl LI (54:00), and Derek Jeter's majesty (1:02:00).

REShow: Bill Burr. Hour 3 (01-25-17)  

Joining Rich for the last hour, Comedian Bill Burr talks about the New England Patriots.

Best of Titus Podacst: Bill and Titus' Excellent Adventure  

This week we're bringing you 3 Best of Episodes as Titus prepares for his deep south tour.  First up is a throwback to when Titus brought on fellow comedian Bill Burr to take on all of the world's problems.  Enjoy!

PS Nation-Ep509-Switched Off  

New releases. Puyo Puyo Tetris coming to the West. Dirt Rally getting a VR upgrade. Sony closing Guerrilla Cambridge. Playing & watching. Nintendo Switch discussion. Emails. Comedian is Bill Burr.

#216 - Tom Segura & ME  

Comedian Tom Segura and I talk on our way to San Francisco to collect on the #WhoIsFat bet paid for by Joe Rogan.  We talk about our expectations for the trip and then catch up on my way home from the airport about how great our trip was. We also talk to Bill Burr & plan the ultimate surprise party for Daniel Tosh!!!


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The LineUp - Restaurant Owner Kidnapped (11-19-52)  

The Drinkler Kidnapping Case (Aired November 19, 1952)
The Lineup is a realistic police drama that gives radio audiences a look behind the scenes at police headquarters. Bill Johnstone plays Lt. Ben Guthrie, a quiet, calm-as-a-cupcake cucumber. Joseph Kearns (and from 1951 to 1953, Matt Maher) plays Sgt. Matt Grebb, a hot-tempered hot plate who is easily bored. The director and script writer often rode with police on the job and sat in on the police lineups to get ideas for The Lineup. They also read dozens of newspapers daily and intermeshed real stories with those that they used in the show. With Dragnet a smash hit, realism in police dramas was popular at the time this show aired. Don’t be caught without this radio show in your collection! THIS EPISODE: July 22, 1952. CBS network. "The Drinkler Kidnapping Case". Sustaining. Ed Drinkler is being held for $10,000 ransom. The show has a good shoot-'em-up conclusion. William Johnstone, Raymond Burr, Jaime del Valle (producer, transcriber), Eddie Dunstedter (music), Dan Cubberly (announcer), E. Jack Neuman (writer), Joseph Du Val, Hy Averback, Howard McNear, Peter Leeds, Virginia Gregg, Jeanne Bates. 29:04. Show Notes Ready To Post (2016)

The 25 Coolest Things We Discovered in 2016  

It's not just us right? There are too many damn movies and TV shows to keep up with. When we're not in the middle of a season of Game of Thrones, Westworld, Silicon Valley, Stranger Things, or House of Cards, there are always 40 other shows just waiting to get started. If only you were ready to make the commitment. Your girlfriend wants you to propose but you can't even commit to Six Feet Under, let alone the next 60 years of your life.This glut of TV shows we're experiencing completely fails to lack the steady stream of quality movies coming out not only in the US but all around the world. And the surplus of movies doesn't even address how behind you are on music. Open up Spotify or look at the next festival lineup and you can barely recognize a third of the bands there. And we're not being old fogies complaining about music these days-- most of these bands are good-- we just can't keep up with them. 21 Pilots, 21 Savage, 21 Scarecrows. Only one of those band names is completely made up.So to give a little order to this exponentially insane world, Jack O'Brien is joined by Cracked editors Soren Bowie and Jason Pargin (aka David Wong) to talk about some of their favorite they discovered in 2016. They commiserate about the superabundance of content and Soren gives some completely unsolicited home improvement advice.Our next live podcast is on Saturday, January 14th at 7pm at the UCB Sunset Theatre in Los Angeles. Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark from 'My Favorite Murder' are back for another hour of creepy unsolved murders and even creepier solved ones. Tickets are $5 and on sale soon at ( )Footnotes:Website: Pandora -- Search Standup: Video: Youtube FanFest: Netflix: John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid: HBO: Pete Holmes: Faces and Sounds: Album: Kyle Kinane: Loose in Chicago: Netflix: Michael Che Matters: Video: Dave Chappele SNL Monologue: Website: Nextdoor: Video: Red Letter Media: Wheel of the Worst #11: YouTube: Jim Sterling: Wikipedia: Square Screws: Amazon: Wet Vacuums: The Elf on the Shelf: Screenplay: Monsters, Inc: Video: Train to Busan (Trailer): Video: I Saw The Devil (Trailer): Netflix: Amanda Knox: Netflix: David Blaine: Real or Magic?: Netflix: Planet Earth: Video: Bill Burr Makes a Pie Crust: Netflix: F is for Family: Website: Stitcher: Podcast: Science Vs: Podcast: Doughboys: Podcast: The Bill Simmons Podcast with Andy Cohen: Video Game: The Last Guardian: Video: Robyn "Call Your Girlfriend" on SNL: Video: Chance the Rapper "Same Drugs" on SNL: This episode is brought to you by Squarespace ( code: CRACKED) and I.T. is Greater Than Sci-Fi podcast (

Bill Burr  

Bill Burr is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and podcaster from Canton, Massachusetts. He is best known for his Monday Morning Podcast and his role on the hit American Television series “Breaking Bad.” Burr recently launched his critically acclaimed animated series on Netflix entitled “F is for Family.” Bill stopped by Lance’s hotel room on a trip to Los Angeles to catch up about: sports, comedians performing in arenas, flying helicopters and much more.

The CONAN Podcast: Election 2016 Edition Feat. Bill Burr, John Cleese & Eric Idle  

This week, the presidential election was on everyone’s mind. In his post-election monologue, Conan brought a historical perspective to the election results, and on the couch this week, comedians Bill Burr, John Cleese, and Eric Idle offered their unique perspectives on president-elect Trump. 

Ep. #175: End Of The World Podcast  

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Joe Rogan, Doug Stanhope, Bill Burr and Bert Kreischer are joined by a rotating group of comedians on November 8, 2016, as results of the election are coming in.

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Check out Bert Kreischer's special "THE MACHINE" on Showtime November 11 @ 10 PM

Recorded Nov. 08, 2016 at The Comedy Store in Hollywood, CA.

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End of the World (Live from the Comedy Store)  

Joe Rogan, Doug Stanhope, and Bill Burr are joined by a rotating group of comedians on November 8, 2016, as results of the election are coming in.

The New Adventures Of Michael Shayne - The Case Of The Eager Victim (12-09-48)  

The Case Of The Eager Victim (Aired December 9, 1948)
It was perhaps The New Adventures of Michael Shayne that was the most jarring of all Michael Shayne's incarnations. Bill Rousseau's image of Michael Shayne was more after the pattern of Jack Webb's characterizations of Pat Novak for Hire, or Johnny Madero, Pier 23--but amp'd up about 150% in the process. From some seventeen potential candidates, Rousseau felt that Jeff Chandler was the natural pick over his peers. Chandler could both amp up the electricity of Shayne's character and raise the introductory prologues about 10 decibels, as well as completely reinventing Michael Shayne in Chandler's own mold.Chandler was aided by no less than Jack Webb himself, who'd already collaborated often with Bill Rousseau in several projects and who leant his talent to the New Adventures of Michael Shayne--entirely uncredited. THIS EPISODE: December 9, 1948. Broadcaster's Guild syndication, AFRTS rebroadcast. "The Case Of The Eager Victim". A man walks into Shayne's office with $1000 and a request to kill him. These syndicated programs were recorded 1948 to 1950. Jeff Chandler, Jack Webb, Raymond Burr, William P. Rousseau (host, director), Brett Halliday (creator), John Duffy (composer, conductor), Don W. Sharpe (producer). 25:46. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Here it is, the brand spaking new FIFTH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN SPECIAL episode of Travis Bickle on the Riviera, the world's only movie podcast. With your hosts Tucker Stone, Morgan Jeske and Sean Witzke. 

Our previous Helloween Spooktaculars include -- our 8th episode on some of our favorite horror films; our first guest-filled extravaganza on our north star, the greatest living film director John Carpenter (suck it, Godard); our second guest-filled extravaganza bracket on every movie made by Arnold Schwarzenegger; and our third, insanely long guest-filled extravaganza in two parts: BROTHER VS BROTHER, on Ridley Scott vs Tony Scott. This year we have the one behind the cut, where we have no guests just meat and the saw.  0:00:00 - 1:55:53 - This episode features audio clips from:  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre opening narration, score and 2 segments from Adam Simons' documentary The American Nightmare featuring Tobe Hooper and Carol J Clover. For further reading, we would recommend Clover's clinic on horror film criticism Men, Women, & Chainsaws and for a more autobiographical/historical perspective, the Chainsaw chapter of Jason Zinoman's Shock Value.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), directed by Tobe Hooper, starring Gunnar Hansen, Marilyn Burns, Jim Siedow, Paul Partain, Edwin Neal, John Dugan, Teri McMinn, Allen Denzinger, and William Veil.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986), directed by Tobe Hooper, starring Dennis Hopper, Bill Mosely, Caroline Williams, Jim Siedow, Bill Johnson, and Lou Perryman.  Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 (1990), directed by Jeff Burr,  starring Viggo Mortensen, Kate Hodge, Ken Foree, William Butler, Joe Unger, R.A. Mihailoff, and Toni Hudson.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994), directed by Kim Henkel, starring Renee Zellweger, Matthew McConnaughey, and Robert Jacks.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), directed by Marcus Nispel, starring Jessica Biel, Eric Balfour, Jonathan Tucker, Andrew Bryniarski, R. Lee Ermy, and David Dorfman.  Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006), directed by Jonathan Liebesman, starring R. Lee Ermy, Jordana Brewster, Matt Bomer, Diora Baird, and Andrew Bryniarski. Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013), directed by John Luessenhop, starring Alexandra Daddarrio, Trey Songz, Scott Eastwood, Bill Mosely, and Dan Yeager. Next Week: Who knows I'm tired... White Chicks.  Our outro music this week: is "Stupid Child" by Swans from Public Castration is a Good Idea . And our intro this week is John Laroquette and Tobe Hooper.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan.  You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and here), TFO's music podcast Beat Connection with Marty Brown and Nate Patrin (at TFO and here), and Katie Skelly & Sarah Horrock’s Trash Twins (located here and here). The hosts are on twitter too - Tucker,Morgan, and Sean. Hail Satan.
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