Well, Schepman’s back in Portland, I’m down in Florida on business, and we were overdue for a pod. We talked about Chris’ new improv class, finishing Mad Men, I’m sure other stuff too. Check it.
Comedian, producer, competitive pinball player, other stuff all about town guy, Dylan Reiff called in this week to talk about his Kickstarter campaign, Kickstand Comedy (which he co-founded), and other stuff too. He’s a really funny and nice guy, you’ll like him. Plus, mediocre improviser Matt Lask sat in as well. Just kidding, he’s a much better improviser than me.
Make sure and check out the Kickstarter for Dylan’s film Polybius, it’s a very cool Portland project and you should support it!
Well it’s too late for you to see Ian at Bridgetown, but there’s always next year! It was really fun sitting down with Ian to talk about his comedy show 7 Minutes In Purgatory, and genearlly make fools of ourselves in the lobby of his hotel. Hit it!
Named by Willamette Weekly as Portland’s funniest comic 0f 2014, and named by me as very funny, both equally prestigious, Sean Jordan dropped by this week to talk about our love for things like Paul Walker and skateboarding (well he skateboarded, I was honorary cameraman) to things we don’t love like sunburns on vacation. That was an unnecessarily long sentence. Then, another member of the wildly popular improv group Ladies & Gentlemen, Chad Parsons, stopped by and we talked about our home towns plus played an invigorating round of the game that’s sweeping the nation, The Rotten Tomatoes game. Love you.