The Spud Goodman Podcast - Features FOX Cable TV and NW cable TV host Spud Goodman who after being in semi-seclusion for many years launched a new radio entertainment venture via the world wide internets. The show features the top individuals from the entertainment industry but does so in a truly unique model that cannot be found elsewhere in radio currently. Like past SGS episodes the main focus will be interviews and live music along with a tiny little bit of his annoying family members who are still to this day clawing for any moments of air time available. It promises to be either must hear podcasting or an ugly train wreck. Now available for your listening pleasure.
The Spud Goodman Radio Show - Episode 251
Episode 251: "The Obituary Episode" Guests: From the Netflix comedy specials Comin' In Hot and In His Elements, Comedian, Actor and Author, Jo Koy, and from Black-ish, Grown-ish, Angie Tribeca and Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, Actor, Comedian and Writer, Deon Cole. Spud determines it would be a good idea to write his own obituary now prior to his passing down to get ahead of the curve and make sure it is sufficiently flattering. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
The Spud Goodman Radio Show - Episode 250
Episode 250: "The Non-Chaos Episode" Guests: From Wings, Chicago Med and 13 Reasons Why actor Steven Weber, from Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Millers, actor & comedian J.B. Smoove, from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Phat Beach, actor & director Brian Hooks and 4 Time WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Pro Wrestler Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Show staff discuss the lack of daily drama now emanating out of the White House and how to adapt to a wonderful sense of boredom. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
The Spud Goodman Radio Show - Episode 249
Episode 249: "The Hate Listen Episode." Guests: From Prodigal Son, Waterloo Road and The Walking Dead, Actor Tom Payne and from This Is Us, Castle and Generation Kill, Actor Jon Huertas. Spud is informed audience research indicates the majority of listeners tune in because they hate the show and he then attempts to make lemonade out of badly damaged lemons. This episode also feature's the Out of This World segment: Faith Healers. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
The Spud Goodman Radio Show - Episode 248
Episode 248: "The Kevin Episode" From Superbad, Kick-Ass, Dreamworks Dragons and Blark and Son, actor and comedian Christoper Mintz-Plasse and from The President's Show, actor, impressionist and comedian Anthony Atamanuik. Temporary permanent co-host Gerald is found to have appeared on a social media video harassing a well meaning individual in a parking lot and the fall out begins. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
The Spud Goodman Radio Show - Episode 247
Episode 247: "The Awards Episode." Guests: From The Beat, MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber, from The Guest Book, My Name Is Earl and as the Rubberband Man for OfficeMax, Actor Eddie Steeples, and from American Woman, American Beauty and the American Pie films, Actress Mena Suvari. Gerald thinks Spud can get more professional gravitas by racking up some awards and honors, even if they're of dubious merit. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
The Spud Goodman Radio Show - Episode 246
Episode 246: "The Hype Man Episode." Guests: From The Mandalorian, Another life, Longmire and Battlestar Galactica, actress Katee Sackhoff, from In Living Color, Vacation Creation and Black Dynamite, actor, comedian & author Tommy Davidson. Co-Host Gerald enlists the aid of a "Hype Man" to help him on the show. TV On Radio! Visit Spud's website at: spudgoodman.com
Great quirky comedy, with interviews and music
I used to enjoy the Spud Goodman Show on Seattle cable access TV in the 80s. I was recently thrilled to find out that Spud hadn’t OD’d on Pepto (as was widely rumored) and he is still at it! His sidekicks are reliably hilarious too.
I love The Spud Goodman Show – the brilliant selection of Pacific Northwest musicians & bands is fantastic and I totally dig the comedy shtick – the goofy and sometimes flawed characters manage to deftly sneak in a sly, subversive, and intelligent sense of humor. This is one of those things you want to be in o" before everybody else catches on ...
Spud Goodman back on the airwaves?
Just as funny now as back in the golden years of Public Access TCI, KTZZ, & FOX Television.
Thanks for coming out of retirement for our viewing and listening pleasure.
Hopefully a whole new generation will get to know NW TV icon Spud Goodman, the funny man with the baseball hat, sunglasses, spatula, and most of all Pepto Bismol.
Welcome back !!!