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240 - Death Cab For Shelley (Feat. Sam Rager And Santiago Iglesias)
Shelley Stoker considered it a bonus that when she bought her funeral parlor it came with a hearse. Between playing music backwards and stopping in the middle of crossroads, her assistant Bob thinks is more of a curse. Jack had an internship. Grem can't sleep. Lilith meets a fellow morgue-e.
This week's special guests are Sam Rager and Santiago Iglesias of the My Eulogies Please podcast! To find out more information you can head on over to https://www.heliumpresents.com/my-eulogies-please
239 - Gross Rider (Feat. Emily Clark)
We wanted to take a caller this week, we really did. Instead it's a showdown between the station and the first of Sturd's sons: Michael the Third. Jack is trying a new martial art. Grem talks about Taco Bell. Lilith is one feisty broad.
This weeks special guest is Emily Clark of The Guys Upstairs Comedy Show and improv troupe The Betties! Follow their pages to stay up to date on future events.
238 - Our P's Have Q's (Feat. Dave Merheje)
Not all superheroes have excessively cool powers or obscene amounts of money. Some like to wax philosophical about acts of villainy as they happen, and that should be a more respected form of conflict resolution. Jack indulges in his once a year pleasure. Lilith flexes her PR/RP muscles. Grem has the meats.
This week's special guest is Dave Merheje! If you need to get more of Dave in your ears, check out his comedy album "Good Friend Bad Grammar" which is available on iTunes and Amazon Prime. For more information, videos, upcoming projects, and more you can head over to davemerheje.com and get all those dope details.
Are You Afraid Of The Bart (Halloween Special 2020)
A global pandemic means no Halloween party, and no Halloween party means a very bummed Lilith. But not even a deadly virus will stop Jack and Grem from surprising her with an old family tradition: gathering around a fire and sharing stories of the past. And there's no one in this world or the next that has better stories than Lilith's first ancestor, Bartholomew.
This week's special guest is Brad Pike of Devil's Daughter! Want to remember what the outside world was like before quarantine? Then you should listen to Brad's podcast Experience the World. You can find it wherever you get your podcasts.
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237 - House Of 1000 Secrets (Feat. Sara Fish And Steve Brown)
Oliver and Celeste are having some new troubles since moving to the country: they need to hire a nanny to take care of them but have no clue where to start. Luckily they have demands– uh, "qualifiers", for potential applicants. Lilith talks about her spa treatments. Grem loves noods. Jack is totally fine.
This week's special guests are Sara Fish and Steve Brown of Small Victories Improv in Kalamazoo, MI. For more information you can head over to facebook.com/smallvictoriesimprov
236 - Anything For 'Loaf (Feat. Tanja Rowland)
We all have a favorite food that we absolutely crave from time to time. But what happens if you're like Gina Dingle and eat an entire meatloaf once a week, every week, for the majority of your life? Lilith gets recipe tips. Jack embraces meat. Grem gets some threatening stickies.
This week's special guest is Tanja Rowland! Tanja is the creator and host of Spider Facts with Billy, an improvised podcast that follows the adventures of 8-year-old Billy as he tries to navigate the world around him with his spider companion Amelia. You can find the first episode on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.
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Improvised Paranormal Hilarity
A human, a ghost and a demon host a radio show a la Love Lines to answer listen problems normally of the paranormal kind. I love these improvised podcasts. With so many obviously scripted podcasts out there, a fully improvised podcast with funny guests is a winner.
Crazy Premise But It Works
We have all been tempted to call into a radio show for advice or just song requests, but Dead Waves puts a twist on that by having a supernatural take.
With a psychic, a ghost, and a demon each giving advice, and the callers themselves being strange as well, we get to hear a variety of humors hitting home in a different way.
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Love this show. always keeps me interested and always look forward to new episodes