Two radio dj’s prank call and really bad impressions may have gone too far, or did they? With Festivus quickly approaching Joey decided to get a head start and began the airing of the grievances in order to improve our quality. By the way, he runs the sound board; please take notice of this episode’s audio quality. Just saying.
Mariah rocks out with The Roots, a new stage production of The Sound of Music is coming to television, Killer Karaoke is deadly funny and congratulations to our first celebrity interview, Josh Kilmer Purcell from The Fabulous Beekman Boys and his partner Brent Ridge for winning The Amazing Race.
For this episode, we decided to do something completely original and answered questions from our Creamies. Perhaps you will learn something new and exciting about us. Perhaps not. Regardless, you’ll learn to avoid dogs, name of Ralph.
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It’s the Naughty Nanny Wendy Birthday spectacular! We had a few surprises down under our sleeves to help make it the happiest birthday ever. Additionally, our kaleidoscope of topics include the verdict of the Rutgers case that lead to the death of a gay teen, Buffalo Gay Pride, it’s raining bugs, Nick Wallenda’s walk across Niagara Falls and the death of the Queen of Disco, Donna Summer.
Music in this episode includes:
MacArthur Park performed by Donna Summer from the album Endless Summer
Waltzing Matilda performed by The Aussie Bush Band from the album Bush Songs from the Australian Outback
This week Creamie Land was filled with both joy and sorrow. Marc shared with us his sadness and memories with the recent passing of his Grandmother. She was a great woman whose legacy will live on through her family and the people’s lives she touched. On the flip side, Wendy had visitors from down under. After nearly a decade she was reunited with her brother Peter and his wife Jill. Truly it was a weekend to remember with wine, stories of the farm, and a replenished supply of clip on koalas. Everyone, please give your family an extra hug this holiday season. You won’t regret it!
Thank you to everyone who supported and voted for us for this year’s Podcast Awards. It was an honor to be nominated. Congratulations to Savage Love, winner for GLBT and to Tell’em Steve Dave, winner of People’s Choice. Now back to business as usual!
This week we are ecstatic to bring to you Chicago Comedian, and our college classmate, Candy Lawrence! Candy is a hilarious, cat obsessed, lesbian currently performing as a regular cast member at The Lincoln Lodge in Chicago. Besides our journeys down memory lane, Candy also shares her own “It Gets Better” story and now is living the dream. An audience, two cats, an afghan, an assortment of miniskirts, and a wagon. What more could any girl want?
Sorry guys but there are just not any structured show notes for this podcast. Very, very random podcast about my current trip here in Australia where I just ramble on about my experiences here over the past week with the extremely hospitable and warm people and culture of the “Land Down Under,” and the subtle differences to life in Asia that Tom remembers now being back in a western country. Hope you enjoy!
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