Posted by: Steve | September 30, 2013

Podcast Episode 047 Show Notes – Pig

Yes, we know we are WAY behind! Hey, we’re working on it! Here’s a podcast reviewing June Late Late Shows, and we hope to have a new one reviewing the July shows soon.

Is this legal?

Is this legal?

How about THIS?

How about THIS?

Episode 047 of the Who’s That at the Door?!? podcast has been uploaded. Hopefully you have subscribed via iTunes or the RSS feed (links in the sidebar on the right), but if not, you can listen to the podcast using the flash audio player below, or download the show by clicking on the link below:


Download Episode 047 of the Who’s That at the Door?!? podcast: Pig

Is THIS legal?

Is THIS legal?

Overview: Highlights include: Award, Sean Connery, pixilated drawings, lawyer interviews, John Hodgeman, Ivan the not-so-bad, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bela Lugosi, E3 expo, Scooter, Eric Snowden, Mel Gibson, Creepy Scottish Guy, Old Man Sam, Man of Steel, Big Brother, Hitler mustache, senior opera, tweets and emails, I Call Bullcrap, Craig Ferguson, Geoff Peterson, Late Late Show, Secretariat, and tootsie-frootsie ratings.

Our Opening: Movie reviews: Dredd, The Lone Ranger

Craig shows the enormous size of his ... award.

Craig shows the enormous size of his … award.

LLS Openings: Sir Peter Ustanov Award (Sean Connery at the door), pixilated drawings. Lawyer interviews included John Hodgeman (Ivan the Not-So-Bad at the door), and a father and daughter in lesbian row.

E3 Expo

E3 Expo

Monologues: Hillary Clinton tweeting (Arnold Schwarzenegger at the door), North Korea (Bela Lugosi at the door), E3 Expo (Scooter at the door), Kenya West, Eric Snowden, Mel Gibson (Arnold Schwarzenegger at the door), Joan Rivers, auto masterbating (Creepy Scottish Guy at the door), Ikea wedding, restaurant dress code (Old Man Sam at the door), Wimbledon, Man of Steel (Sean Connery at the door), Big Brother, Hitler mustache (Creepy Scottish Guy at the door).Tweets and Emails: Eight improvised jingles, and five nights with no jingles at all. Prerecorded jingles included Kraftwerk, Japanese Sci-Fi, and Surfing. Senior Opera.

I Call Bullcrap! This is a game in which Steve comes up with three statements about some of the guests that appeared on recent episodes of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson; two of them are true, one of them is false. Which one do you call Bullcrap!? The answer will be revealed on this week’s podcast, and in the show notes for next week’s podcast. There is a theme this week: HOME TOWNS; which of the following statements is bullcrap?

  1. Seth Rogen has hosted Saturday Night Live.
  2. Lewis Black has hosted Saturday Night Live.
  3. Channing Tatum has hosted Saturday Night Live.

You can hear the answer on the Episode 047 podcast, or read it in the show notes for Episode 48.

Here are the answers to Episode 46′s “I Call Bullcrap!”:

  1. Jeff Garlin played the banjo in his early stand-up acts and wore nose glasses and an arrow through his head.  BULLCRAP! It was Steve Martin that played the banjo and wore nose glasses and arrow-through-the-head.
  2. Howie Mandel was known in his early stand-up act for putting a latex glove over his head, blowing it up with his nose, letting it fly off, and saying, “What? What?”.  TRUE! Back when he had hair.
  3. Stephen Fry partnered with Hugh Laurie (House), in a comedy team known as Fry and Laurie. TRUE!

Can you name the not-so-new game show theme used in Episode 47? If so, shoot us an email or send us a tweety! If you are correct, we’ll give you a shout-out, like we did Michelle Kilfoyle recently! We will continue to play this theme until someone guesses it!

Closings:

  • blastoff rocket cat
  • chimney sweep cat
  • we are high laser-eye cat
  • guitar cat
  • hairdo cat
  • breakdancing cat
  • 16-ton weight falling on the cat
  • donut falling on the cat
  • hawk snatching the cat and it parachuting down
Do we have that picture of Paul McCartney?

Do we have that picture of Paul McCartney?

Tootsie-Frootsie Ratings:

Week of June 10 – 2 by Craig, 1 by guests

Week of June 17 – 4 by Craig, 1 by guests

Week of June 24 – 1 by Craig

Total for 3 week period:  9

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Posted by: Steve | July 5, 2013

Podcast Episode 046 Show Notes – ABBA

Episode 046 of the Who’s That at the Door?!? podcast has been uploaded. Hopefully you have subscribed via iTunes or the RSS feed (links in the sidebar on the right), but if not, you can listen to the podcast using the flash audio player below, or download the show by clicking on the link below:


Download Episode 046 of the Who’s That at the Door?!? podcast: ABBA

Overview: Highlights include: Sid, puppet Drew Carey, creepy Scottish guy, lawyer interview, eye patch, Bela Lugosi, Robin, ABBA museum, Disneyland ticket prices, Charles the most interesting hobo in the world, Old Man Sam, Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes, Scooter, Justin Bieber, segway, monkey, David Hasselhoff, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Edmund Hillary, Everest, Downton Abbey, Prince, Ivan the not-so-bad, Spelling Bee, Country Music Awards, Taylor Swift, Game of Thrones, Sean Connery, Now You See Me, magician, Stephen Fry, Howie Mandel, Jeff Garlin, tweets and emails, I Call Bullcrap, Craig Ferguson, Geoff Peterson, Late Late Show, Secretariat, and tootsie-frootsie ratings.

Our Opening: Movie reviews: Man of Steel, Expendables 2

LLS Openings: Sid! Puppet Drew Carey, lawyer interviews with Joan (lady from Chicago with an eye patch) and the perky Robin.

Craig's ABBA Collection

Craig’s ABBA Collection

Monologues: ABBA museum, Disneyland ticket prices (Charles at the door), 66 year old man in China that found out he was a woman (Old Man Sam at the door), Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Scooter at the door), Justin Bieber’s segway incident (Charles at the door), Justin Bieber’s monkey is still in Germany (Arnold Schwarzenegger at the door), 60th anniversary of Sir Edmund Hillary’s climb of Mount Everest (Creepy Scottish Guy at the door), Prince’s birthday (Ivan at the door), National Spelling Bee (Scooter at the door), Country Music Awards (Old Man Sam at the door), Game of Thrones (Sean Connery at the door), and Now You See Me released (Sean Connery at the door).

Tweets and Emails: Eleven improvised jingles, and two nights with no jingles at all. No prerecorded jingles. Secretariat levitated.

I Call Bullcrap! This is a game in which Steve comes up with three statements about some of the guests that appeared on recent episodes of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson; two of them are true, one of them is false. Which one do you call Bullcrap!? The answer will be revealed on this week’s podcast, and in the show notes for next week’s podcast. There is a theme this week: HOME TOWNS; which of the following statements is bullcrap?

  1. Jeff Garlin played the banjo in his early stand-up acts and wore nose glasses and an arrow through his head.
  2. Howie Mandel was known in his early stand-up act for putting a latex glove over his head, blowing it up with his nose, letting it fly off, and saying, “What? What?”.
  3. Stephen Fry partnered with Hugh Laurie (House), in a comedy team known as Fry and Laurie.

You can hear the answer on the Episode 046 podcast, or read it in the show notes for Episode 46.

Here are the answers to Episode 45′s “I Call Bullcrap!”:

  1. Larry the Cable Guy grew up on a pig farm in Pawnee City, Nebraska.  TRUE!
  2. Ryan Seacrest was born and raised in Hollywood, California.  BULLCRAP! He was actually born in Georgia!
  3. Ice-T was born and spent his early childhood in Newark, New Jersey.  TRUE!

Can you name the not-so-new game show theme used in Episode 45? If so, shoot us an email or send us a tweety! If you are correct, we’ll give you a shout-out, like we did Michelle Kilfoyle recently! We will continue to play this theme until someone guesses it!

Closings:

  • bubble gum cat
  • storm cat
  • plain meow cat
  • motorboat cat
  • we are high laser eye cat
  • kangaroo cat
  • monocle and mustache cat
  • guitar cat
  • storm cat
  • angel cat
Do we have that picture of Paul McCartney?

Do we have that picture of Paul McCartney?

Tootsie-Frootsie Ratings:

Week of May 20 – 5 by Craig, 3 by guests

Week of May 27 – 9 by Craig (all as Sid), 2 by guests

Week of June 3 – 1 by Craig, 2 by guests

Total for 3 week period:  22

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Posted by: Steve | May 27, 2013

Podcast Episode 045 Show Notes – Vegas

Steve in Vegas with the fabulous Penn & Teller!

Steve in Vegas with the fabulous Penn & Teller!

Episode 045 of the Who’s That at the Door?!? podcast has been uploaded. Hopefully you have subscribed via iTunes or the RSS feed (links in the sidebar on the right), but if not, you can listen to the podcast using the flash audio player below, or download the show by clicking on the link below:


Download Episode 045 of the Who’s That at the Door?!? podcast: Vegas

Happy Birthday, Craig! (and Enya)

Happy Birthday, Craig! (and Enya)

Overview: Highlights include: Wisdom teeth, Las Vegas, Penn and Teller, Star Trek Into Darkness, Iron Man 3, Rocky musical, pizza and pineapple, Creepy Scottish Guy, studio leak, James Taylor, hot dog condiments, Old Man Sam, bathroom explosion, Tonight Show, Craig’s birthday, lawyer interviews, Bela Lugosi, Rolling Stones, Lakers, stripper robots, hobots, Odd Popal, American Idol, Duck Dynasty, Sean Connery, Barbara Walters, Storm Watch 2013, Charles the World’s Most Interesting Hobo, Alaskan volcano, Great Gatsby, Star Trek, Benedict Cumberbatch, Scooter, See ya in hell amigos, catchphrase, Larry the Cable Guy, Ryan Seacrest, Ice-T, tweets and emails, I Call Bullcrap, Craig Ferguson, Geoff Peterson, Late Late Show, Secretariat, and tootsie-frootsie ratings.

Our Opening: Ryan had his wisdom teeth removed, Steve went to Las Vegas and saw Penn & Teller. New movies: Star Trek Into Darkness, Iron Man 3.

LLS Openings: Rocky musical (Creepy Scottish Guy), air conditioner leak, old man that looked like James Taylor, top hot dog condiments (Old Man Sam), Craig’s bathroom exploded, Craig appeared on the Tonight Show, Craig’s birthday. Lawyer interviews: a large group of Canadians, 3 ladies from Glasgow, family from Charlotte, NC (Bela Lugosi), international lesbians, 2 girls from Flint, MI, a large guy and a normal-sized lady, a lady from St. Louis, MO.

Stripper robots = hobots

Stripper robots = hobots

Monologues: Rolling Stones couldn’t sell out the Staples Center, Jason Collins came out (Old Man Sam), new study says today’s kids are more materialistic, stripper robots, the old pope moves back into the Vatican, American Idol is in trouble (Sean Connery), Barbara Walters is leaving The View, it was raining in LA (Charles, the most interesting hobo in the world), a volcano in Alaska, The Great Gatsby, the new Star Trek movie with Benedict Cumberbatch is out (Scooter), Craig’s annual physical, Craign’s new catchphrase, Craig’s birthday.

Sex Trek: The Next Penetration

Sex Trek: The Next Penetration

Tweets and Emails: Ten improvised jingles, the Scooter jingle, the Kraftwerk jingle, and three nights with no jingles at all. Suzie in Vegas wants to know what kind of a boyfriend would forget his girlfriend’s birthday two years in a row.

I Call Bullcrap! This is a game in which Steve comes up with three statements about some of the guests that appeared on recent episodes of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson; two of them are true, one of them is false. Which one do you call Bullcrap!? The answer will be revealed on this week’s podcast, and in the show notes for next week’s podcast. There is a theme this week: HOME TOWNS; which of the following statements is bullcrap?

  1. Larry the Cable Guy grew up on a pig farm in Pawnee City, Nebraska.
  2. Ryan Seacrest was born and raised in Hollywood, California.
  3. Ice-T was born and spent his early childhood in Newark, New Jersey.

You can hear the answer on the Episode 045 podcast, or read it in the show notes for Episode 46.

Storm Watch 2013

Storm Watch 2013

Here are the answers to Episode 44′s “I Call Bullcrap!”:

  1. Rob Lowe was in Ghostbusters, with Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray.  BULLCRAP!  Harold Ramis was the other Ghostbuster.
  2. Kevin Bacon was in Animal House, with John Belushi.  TRUE!
  3. Harrison Ford was in American Graffiti, with Ron Howard.  TRUE!

Can you name the not-so-new game show theme used in Episode 45? If so, shoot us an email or send us a tweety! If you are correct, we’ll give you a shout-out, like we did Michelle Kilfoyle recently! We will continue to play this theme until someone guesses it!

Closings:

  • airplane cat
  • yeehaw cat
  • beaming cat
  • cat with mouse in its paw
  • jaws cat
  • kangaroo cat (twice)
  • scottish cat
  • hook cat
  • Geoff coming out of the cat’s neck
  • flashing cat
  • alien cat
  • see you in hell amigos cat
Do we have that picture of Paul McCartney?

Do we have that picture of Paul McCartney?

Tootsie-Frootsie Ratings:

Week of Apr 29 – NONE

Week of May 6 – 2 by Craig, 1 by Geoff, total of 3*

Week of May 13 – 1 by Craig, 1 by guest

Total for 3 week period:  5*

* – The 3 curses on the week of May 6 were all for a made-up word, not an actual curse word.

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