California might be out of water, but that’s not stopping us from luring LA’s best comics to Westside this coming Tuesday. SEE:
- Quincy Jones
- Eli Braden
- Jak Knight
- Adam Tod Brown
- Brendan McGinley
- Josh Rencher
- Jose Alvarez
- Ben Blanchard
We forced our researcher to go through culinary hell. Because in the olden days, people volunteered.
#4. Glace Fish Mold
This is one of the two I was dreading (you’ll know the second one when you see it). Look at that thing. It’s a freaking Jell-O-ized fish. And it’s smiling. Despite my seething hatred for everybody who had taste buds from 1960 to 1969, I prepared my no-flavor gelatin to cool real quick, added everything in, and let it solidify in a tubular, fish-like shape.
I’ve always said, you can never predict what will happen between the Super Bowl and the first week of September.
Host Adam Tod Brown, in the midst of a vacation from his job at Cracked, shows up wholly unprepared for a discussion with Brett Rader and comic/Louis CK Lookalike Who Doesn’t Look Like Louis CK Matt McCarthy.
Chaos eventually ensues when the talk turns mostly to why Brett is filled with contempt for wrestling fans. Also, what kind of savage eats ketchup on Chicken McNuggets? Listen to this episode and find out!
If you tell yourself you’re going to start accomplishing something instead of wasting time in your Batman chair…
…aren’t you forgetting you “wasted time” in that chair for a reason?
THIS WEEK: Cracked editors Jack O’Brien and Jason Pargin discuss the myths we build around self-improvement. Our brains are programmed to betray us. And media that show off the absurd lifestyles of the wealthy and famous don’t help matters. Rather than focusing on our actual options and the paths to success that are really open to us, we look at Kim Kardashian and secretly set “born into wealth and celebrity” as our unstated, unachievable life goal. Here’s how to fight that.
If Times Square used to be full of “real” characters, as in pimps prostitutes and needles on the ground…
…isn’t that something we shouldn’t miss?
THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: Do sharks really deserve their own week? Are hipsters on the decline or just infesting other areas? Do you miss crime? Should everyone have an Instagram account? Host Adam Tod Brown welcomes comic Maria Shehata and musician Danger Van Gorder to discuss all of this and more!