6 Monthly Archives: July 2012
Much ado about Phoenix in this episode, when Cody Kopp reveals he has a geographic similarity to Mitcz. We also discuss TMZ and celebrity culture, "the biz", Hollywood, and much more. We also get into the culture of Arizona, and why Sheriff Joe Arpaio still sucks.
David Futernick, known mostly for his CollegeHumor.com pieces, riffs on through with us about his upbringing, what got him in with the CollegeHumor crew, Mitcz gives a brief history of viral sensations pre-youtube era, we talk about the future of internet content, and we bust into some news. Poor Fred Willard. This is some damn fine riffin', kids.
A special mid-week riffin session here, just one hour but an amazing one hour at that. Cedric Yarbrough tells us about his work on Reno 911, his new show "Black Dynamite", his visits to Comic Con, some Boondocks discussions, and a bit more. Fascinating stuff, kids. Get in and get some riff on ya.
Tom Young came on through for some serious hardcore riffin. This session is one for the ages, where Teddy gets paranoid (again!) about dolphins. We get deep in the game with a riff on polite angry muggers, Mitcz makes a case for Mike Patton's vocal skills, Tom tells some fun stories about his dad, and Teddy definitively wins the war on "strenth vs. strength" against Mitcz.
John Wesley rolled through Riffin' Headquarters with some old school swagger. We talk about his early years, and close relationship with James Avery ("Uncle Phil" from Fresh Prince), being the first black actor in the Oregon Shakespeare festival, and oh so much more. We get DEEP into the game, and deep inside our selves. This was a real treat, and you're gonna love it.