- Craig & Leslie from THE ROYAL PAINS stop by for some treats!
- We discuss our Halloween shows we grew up with & much more!
- Call 206-350-6217
As we celebrate Halloween on the Smellcast, join our two heroes, Toppie and Sassy as they struggle to find their way back to their own dimension! But one of them must stay behind to save the other! An inspiring story of love and sacrifice! Well, mostly anyways…
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!
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Click the link below to listen to the Smellcast, episode 206.
Music on today’s show:
Time After Time – INOJ
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For those of you who did not hear us LIVE this year from the Luxor Hotel in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada for the Pride 48 weekend, here’s your chance. The show is truly a technical train wreck, but hey we lived and learned and had the time of our lives.
PS Please don’t adjust your speed at the beginning, Joey IS speaking a mile a minute and some.
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Welcome to The Freak Geek: Episode 35
Welcome the Smell Cast to the Rainbow Podsquad Network!
Direct Download: Episode 35
On a dark and stormy night, Toppie and Sassy unknowingly cross through a dimensional barrier into a mirror universe where they discover — to their horror — evil versions of all their friends, including a very disturbed Walter Snicker-Snicker! As we celebrate Halloween on the Smellcast, join our two heroes as they face their greatest challenge into the unknown!
And just in case you haven’t caught it yet, take a look on Toppie’s Tumblr feed to watch a video of Toppie transforming into Auntie Tatti for the pod art over the past few episodes! High-Larious!!!
Click the link below to listen to the Smellcast, episode 205.
Ten years ago, Buffalo United Artists presented a staged reading of Confessions, an original play by then 21-year-old Matthew Crehan Higgins about the no holds barred experiences of young gay men on the verge of adulthood. The popular play spawned a holiday themed sequel, and a revised version became the most honored offering at the 2004 National Gay & Lesbian Theatre Festival, taking honors as Best Ensemble Cast, Best Director, Best New Play, and Best of the Festival.
On this anniversary, Buffalo United Artists presents a one night reading featuring original cast members Brant Adamczyk, Paul Kenjarski, and the author, joined by Gary Andrews (Recovery Mode) and Matthew Mooney (Based on a Totally True Story) in a benefit for The Trevor Project – the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth