Episode #60: “Hurricane Dorian & Comic Moments”

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Episode #60: “Hurricane Dorian & Comic Moments”

Of course they sing along at the beginning, and Rory immediately begins playing a song from his phone that he tells Daniel is Creed. It is actually a song by White Lies called “First Time Caller.” He also talks about a song he likes by the Ruen brothers, and they go into a bit, “you know what I like? Music that affects me. You know what I like? Food that I enjoy. You know what I like? When life is good.” DVK makes fun of people who say “I love to laugh. I love to have a good time.” Isn’t that much obvious, about everyone? Rory tries to remember the mail address and gets it wrong, he gets the zip code wrong. They encourage people to #growTheShow They start to talk about what we can expect from the Patreon. They read a review from a Paller who says that they have talked to Michael Keaton many times. They joke that they make a lot of promises and that they never will deliver on any of those promises, but they say that they want to have a swap-meet style sale at the Atlanta show. DVK doesn’t run to the letters, instead he goes underground and comes up at the letters and says that he has been practicing Transcendental Meditation in order to figure out how to do that. Rory does his foley work while talking and jokes about being like the Micro Machines guy. During the first letter discussion they do a bit about Jack Phillips, referencing how Daniel is a “broken hearted son of a bitch” and how they need an old-fashioned donut and some coffee so they can go solve some crimes. DVK talks about growing up in Rochelle and surviving many tornadoes and being taken to Kishwaukee Community College, which immediately causes Rory to joke that that is not a real place, and that their mascot should be the Walkie Talkie. Before the 2nd letter they do a quick follow up about the Karaoke proposal, and are very happy to report that the letter writer took their advice and did not do the karaoke proposal. They do get a save-the-date from the almost karaoke proposal people that looks exactly like a concert ticket, and they immediately break into the stationary/stationery argument. They talk about people who get way into football, because they know that people start tailgating at 5:45 in the morning, and DVK says “what else can bring you joy for over 11 hours?” saying that people should not be angry even if the team loses. Rory says he will never love anything that much. DVK talks about an early on stand up performance with Andrew Youngblood where he felt like he was no longer auditioning to be a stand up and he actually was a standup. The 2nd letter asks if they have had Cheerwine and Rory says “You better god damn believe I’ve had Cheer Wine.”

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