This outrageous, irreverent podcast brings you each complete weekly "livecast" of the Internet's first LIVE comedy variety show. From their beautiful dining room/studio on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California, New York Times Bestselling novelists Christopher Rice and Eric Shaw Quinn serve up a steaming buffet of celebrity guests, biting wit and off-kilter reports from their regular "special correspondents". The Dinner Party Show. Everyone gets served! (Music Licensing via ASCAP, BMI and SESAC)
Twas The Night After Jordan
Christopher and Eric are so excited for the big changes that are afoot for The Dinner Party Show in 2016, they've gathered all their largely unqualified special correspondents for a very special take on The Night Before Christmas. 'The Night After Jordan' is destined to be a TDPS Christmas Classic. Have a listen and see if you agree!
Ep. 134 – A TDPS Holiday Party featuring Our Special Correspondents
As Christopher and Eric prepare to reveal BIG news about what's ahead for "The Dinner Party Show" in 2016, their largely unqualified staff of self-appointed experts and special correspondents close out the year with a uniquely cracked holiday party. Critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand, relationship "expert" JoNell Samms, fairly imbalanced newsman Breck Artery - they're all on hand, along with some old favorites, to hear Christopher and Eric's much talked about announcement.
Ep. 133 – Favorites Month with Bryan Fuller & Patricia Nell Warren
Favorites Month continues as Bryan Fuller and Patricia Nell Warren, two of Christopher and Eric's favorite guests, return for an all new livecast of The Dinner Party Show, this time to discuss their favorite books, movies and T.V. shows. It's all leading up to a special pre-Christmas announcement from Christopher and Eric at their TDPS Holiday Party on December 20th. Until then, the dubiously qualified experts and special correspondents for "The Dinner Party Show" offer their idiosyncratic holiday greetings in a manner you're not soon to forget.
Ep. 132 – Favorites Month with Anne Rice
Iconic author Anne Rice returns to kick off Favorites Month on "The Dinner Party Show." Plus, adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand contributes a predictably profane take on "The Night Before Christmas" and Christopher and Eric offer their spin on the week's outrageous headlines in The Not Report.
Ep. 131 — Kiss the Flame Month with Lara Adrian, Shayla Black, Melissa Foster, Donna Grant, Alexandra Ivy, Lorelei James, Laura Kaye, Laura Wright, Rebecca Zanetti
Dark Nights Fest 2015 concludes a month long celebration of Christopher's brand-new novella, Kiss The Flame. He and Eric are joined by "1001 Dark Nights" authors Lara Adrian, Shayla Black, Melissa Foster, Donna Grant, Alexandra Ivy, Lorelei James, Laura Kaye, Laura Wright and Rebecca Zanetti for a spirited discussion about the steamier side of romance. Better yet, you can shop each author's pick for their favorite romance novel of all time in our Favorites section starting at showtime, Sunday, November 29th, 8 PM ET/ 5 PM PT.
Ep. 130 — Kiss the Flame Month with Jennifer L. Armentrout
Jennifer L. Armentrout talks with Christopher and Eric about writing romantic fiction, her new "1001 Dark Nights" novella "Dream of You" and her hashtag #UseSocialMediaForGood as the monthlong Kiss the Flame Month celebration of Christopher's brand-new erotic romance novella continues.
I would give you a ten star rating but you haven't had a new episode in so long I'm not even sure if you're still on the air. 😥🐓💨
If you like a mix of politics, pop culture, news and comedy then this is the show for you. The writing is top notch as you would expect from New York Times best-selling authors but not high brow. Christopher Rice's "Sherman" is the perfect foil for Eric Shaw Quinn's "Mr. Peabody." So set your WABAC machine to enjoy music from the 50s to the 2000's and relax for an hour with scintillating dinner conversation.
Informative and very funny!
I got turned on to this podcast by Anne Rice's Facebook page and am glad I did! Chris (Anne's son) and Eric are gut busting funny while at the same time informative on a wide range of topics! There are sketches with great characters and lots of fun guests. Some are authors and I get tuned into books I judged by their cover or have never heard of. Also lots of great people from movies, stage and television. It is one of the best hours of the week and definitely worth a try!