5 Monthly Archives: August 2011
Comedian Alex Hooper came by to sling some riffin' madness with us and the energy never lets up. We talk about childhood sports, art school, the new Muppet movie, the NAACP, yet another anti-gay GOP official caught in a gay scandal, the importance of accepting people's lifestyles, Mitcz shares an audio recording he made after someone drugged his drink the other night, and we play another fun-filled round of Google Feud.
Comedian Galloway Allbright swings by the House of Riff for a solid riffin' session. The show starts with a discussion of a beloved children's classic - Fraggle Rock - and the shared love we all had for it growing up. Mitcz gets confused about the lyrics to MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This", leading to Teddy calling him a racist. Mitcz then relates the angriest, most hateful message reply he's ever received, and his reply to it, while Galloway is in shock that someone could ever be so angry about anythng. Teddy shares a related story about angry, psychotic people in his own life, and we move on to lighter news. Like Anne Hathoway trying to be Lil Wayne. Another round of Google Feud is also played.
Comedian Chris Wivell sits in for a mad-crazy riffin' session where the topic of conversation is an in-depth exploration of crazy people, why Chris & Mitcz are addicted to insane situations, why Teddy avoids crazy people, whether life is meant to be Good or Interesting, and there's stories galore. Strap in - this episode goes deep into the woods.
With Teddy out of town this week, comedian Justin Rupple comes in to riff with Mitcz. Justin and Mitcz talk about their "man date" on Saturday night, including Justin making Mitcz blush from a heaping of praise. The conversation moves towards a discussion about the attractiveness of performers, and what all men would ideally want in life. We discuss actresses who avoid nude scenes and how the digital age is tricking us, and lastly Mitcz tells a story that shocks Justin into silence. Not for the squeamish.
Our first female comedian Ashley Saint'Onge stops by the House of Riff to trade awkward moments and she managed to not curse even one single time (despite having been offered money to do so by her own father many times in her life). Some jabs are landed on every side of the table, and Mitcz trots out yet another example of terrible crap he went through to attract women.