Mix some fan favorite guests with absolutely no research and what do you get? Lizard People’s stupidest episode ever. The members of LA improv team Kid Scissors (aka Ben Dietzel, Alexis Preston, and Michael Dean) join the podcast to try to convince Katelyn that ghosts are real. Everyone discusses their own experiences with the paranormal, and we debate whether ghosts obey the laws of physics or not. It’s a spooky Halloween treat that also includes discussions on mysterious tennis shoes, childhood friends who grow up to be pretty meh, God, love, and how much Katelyn hates all her friends. It’s a silly Halloween party, and honey, you’re invited!
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Halloween is so scary, y’all. There’s ghouls, goblins, and of course the ever-present danger that you’ll bite into a harmless apple and get your mouth all goofed up by a razor blade. But where did the urban legend of razor blades in Halloween treats come from, and who could be behind these dastardly deeds? Whatever you think you know about this, throw it out the window. Because Alison Stevenson - stand-up comedian and writer and mega-babe - is here with some red hot truth. And as with all conspiracy theories, the key is to follow the money.
He’s been a beloved pop star for decades. He was a child prodigy who also managed to get married three times and create eight beautiful children. He has literally one million hits. He’s a vegan. But is Stevland Hardaway Morris really, truly blind? Because it probably won’t surprise you to know that there are people online who think Stevie Wonder is a big fake faker. Are they nuts? Or are they the only ones who know the truth? Shane Lennon, podcast host and inveterate charmer, gets to the bottom of this shocking conspiracy theory. The evidence is compelling, and runs the gamut from basketball rumors to shocking mic stand saves. But will it convince YOU, dear listener? Only one way to find out. We try to be very careful about respecting folks with disabilities in this one, but we maybe get it wrong a couple times. Apologies if so!
Y’all ready for a spooky one??? Charlie Mihelich - writer, improviser, and performer - is here with a terrifying tale of the mysterious interruptions that haunt our airwaves. Where do broadcast signal intrusions come from? Who creates them? Why do they exist? How come so many of them are just porn? All these eerie questions and more are addressed in this week’s episode. We cover the Max Headroom TV event, the cliche as hell Montana zombies, the Christian Playboy hack, and way more. And you’ll be glad to know that we also address UVB-76, aka The Buzzer, aka What The Hell Russia Why You Gotta Be So Creepy All The Time. From radio to tv to podcasts themselves, no medium is safe from… broadcast interruptions.