What becomes a public access legend most? Hosts Jim Sharky and Sean "The Producer" endeavor to answer just that in a weekly podcast that is surprisingly reminiscent of the Connecticut live talk show that became a hit for nearly a decade. After being "banned for life" (you can read the Wiki article for the details), Jim went off to do stand up comedy and Sean disappeared....until now.
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S04E04 - Systemic Hilarity
Connecticut comedy mainstay "Jackson" fills in for Sean the Producer in the first ever guest hosting spot. Bridgeport's own Wassan Jackson (or is it Jackson Wassan) finally tells us about his YouTube short film (Jackson, A Comedy Love Story). We break the news to Sean, and we learn why the Ocean Spray cranberry juice guy has nothing on Little LA Jay Trujillo, the "Bud Light" guy.
S04E03 - A Couple of Chumps Taking Their Lumps
After last week's prediction of a Trump win, hosts Jim and Sean eat some crow and take their lumps, while they hale the many guests on the show who got it right. That said, we still find some time to mock Van Jones and Stephen Colbert for their pearl clutching horse dung. Finally, Word Axe Throwing League champ Mike Kump takes a victory lap after his doubles win in Chicago and talks about cartoony sized checks and offers up a fantastic breakup song by The Mountain Goats.
S04E02 - Apolitical
It's Election 2020 eve and there's no need for a Quinnipiac poll. We get a random sampling from friends of the show. American Idol's Brian Dunkleman weighs in, as does America's favorite furry Pepper Coyote. We batten down the hatches and board up the storefront. We also hear from business man turned farmer turned YouTube celebrity Morgan Gold (Gold Shaw Farm). Oh also we cry about cats and compare breakup songs.
S04E01 - Ken Williams and the Paperboy Mafia
Living legend, father of PC graphics, & half of Sierra On-Line's Ken & Roberta Williams joins Jim and Sean to talk about his book Not All Fairy Tales Have Happy Endings (The Rise and Fall of Sierra On-Line). Fresh of his appearance in Netflix's High Score docuseries, Ken regales us with tales from his book...stepping us through the rise and fall (and rise and fall) of Sierra-Online. We talk figure 8 race tracks, running a newspaper syndicate, and sailing the world. See www.kensbook.com for more deta
S03E16 - Doh! Agenda
The best laid plans of mice and men (and, apparently, sharks) often go awry as host Jim Sharky devises a scheme to curry favor with the No Agenda podcast. We also speak with our favorite "furry" and Lone Shark political correspondent Pepper Coyote who talks about furry conventions (or lack thereof) in the age of the 'Rona. Finally, in a rare LSP three part-er, we endeavor to catch up with our favorite "Okee from Muskogee" (underline "endeavor").
S03E15 - Fair and Imbalanced
We go from William Hung to "hung jury" of sorts as Jim and Sean aren't as in "lock step" as you might think. Also, the Who are these Podcasts guys are some No Agenda-pandering MFers. Also, we talk about other shit. If you need to read this description to figure out if you are into it then go suck lemons.
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Jim Sharky brings the Hottest guests and Topics Mini the missing car is always great. But Sean! Lighten Up! Each week is a gem! Can’t wait to hear Jim Spin The Wheel for great Stories and chew the fat with his interesting guests.
Possibly the best “under the radar” podcast I’ve ever heard. Forget Joe Rogan or Bill Burr. Jim and Sean have got the chops and the humor is better than 90% of what’s out there.
Giving a 5-star review since you mentioned me (ep 4, maybe?).