The Scratchy Throat Players reflect on their accents and acting from last hour’s manly non-sissy Sam Spade.
And now a word from our sponsors … and to our sponsors, we want to apologize for this!! We’re sorry, we’re so SO SORRY! … By this point lack of sleep has made us completely punch drunk. As a result, the ads are not pretty!
Repeater goes over his gunshot and foley sounds for our upcoming Wild West version of Empire Strikes Back.
Ky Slim’s History Notes: 1650, The Cat Piano
Top Google Searches for the 50 States: Minnesota thru Wyoming
Ky Slim re-adjusts the seating, attempts to lay down and record
Repeater attempts to anger the Conduit by reading an internet story called “8 Superhero Tropes Too Silly for Live-Action”, but is interrupted when….
Mumble-Wolf, the Werewolf of Wall Street returns!! And he’s brought a friend: THE Frankenstein monster!
Frankenstein settles down into the red interview chair for a chat, along with Mumbles the Werewolf. (What follows was truly surreal and wonderful, and the three sleep-deprived world record attempters could not have asked for a better distraction to keep them awake. We want to send out a heartfelt thank you to the Werewolf and Frankenstein, wherever they are pillaging right now.) Among the several topics we discuss with Frankenstein and Mumbles the Wolf Man are: Igor’s brain, how Frankenstein and the Wolf Man met, who’s the bigger monster, Werewolf hair vs Sasquatch hair, being roommates, the ruined sofa, monsters chase blondes, Frankenstein’s and Wolfman’s nicknames, surviving the flood, burning 2×4 beams on your head, little children coming in to meet the monsters, adopt and spay the wolf man, silver bullets and beer, throwing Frankenstein in the lake, Dr. Gangrene, impromptu singing, their favorite monsters, loop-garou, using a thumb drive, the monster breakfast cereals, Philip Seymour Hoffman, how scary Frankenstein is and how he’s misunderstood, Lady Gaga, the imitators like Fred Gwynne, Frank’s breakfast, Wolf Man’s breath, ordering pizza, respect for each other’s work, saying something nice about the other, tired of the zombies, magic vs science fiction, eying up the talent in the room, we can’t have nice things, the lawyers, thoughts on the modern Twilight vampire, sissy monsters going to Hot Topic, glitter, Bela Lugosi’s outfit vs Edward’s clothes, sulphur pits and rivers of blood, the chin dimple, their long film career and Hollywood parties, Carole Lombard, Cary Grant’s “secret” films, all the Vivians, Don Knotts, why Frankenstein is green, black and white makes it scary, offering a cookie, a worthless masters in philosophy, David Hodge is tough, foreign monsters, Godzilla, Megalon is a terrible actor, Jet Jaguar, gypsies