Happy Valentine’s Day!! We discuss Al’s Elvis Costello pastiche. Enjoy!
Kermit helms the directors chair as the Muppets ready the set and sing “The Magic Store.”
Kermit pleads his case to Lew Lord and gets the standard Rich and Famous deal for the Muppets.
We discuss Season 11 Episode 6 “Kitten”. In this Carol Banker directed episode written by Gabe Rotter, we get a look into Skinners past and insight into his motivations for helping Mulder and Scully in the F.B.I.
Poor Weird Al, he’ll never live up to Pearl Jam’s lead singer. This zydeco style parody is a fun, loving tribute to the grunge era. Plus a cameo by Alanis Morissette’s name.
If you like musicals, the first half of this episode will delight you. Then they get down to the real topic: Rollercoasters. Don’t forget Amanda and Emily have a live podcast recording at Sak Comedy Lab this Thursday, the 15thRead more…
The Muppets get past Lew Lord’s secretary and enter his office hoping for an audition. Lew Lord is played by Orson Welles.
Devo and Transformers: The Movie (the good one). What more could you want? Our friend Adam is back and we’re talking Weird Al and his Dare to be Stupid.
The Muppets plead their case to Lew Lord’s secretary to let them into the audition.
The Muppets finally make it to Hollywood and march right into Lew Lord’s office at World Wide Studios.
A Queen style parody that is hella 00s. What do you think the ringtone he speaks of is?
As Doc Hopper orders his goons to fire upon the Muppets, Animal shows up with a big surprise.