Division 1.1 and Vicki Pettersson
On this episode, the guys get an in-depth look into the music business with the rock group Division 1.1. Then they’re joined by NY Times bestselling author Vicki Pettersson to discuss her new book, The Lost. Taffeta Darling also helps open the show with a look into the origin of Skeletor in the recent DC Comics Masters of the Universe comics. It’s a night of laughs, music, shenanigans, and literature (REALLY?! There’s culture on this show?!)
Awesome genre-defying band Blue Movie returns to the studio ahead of their big Jersey gig at Dingbatz. And if that’s not enough to whet your appetite we’ve got award-winning meteorologist Amy Freeze talking about sports and stand-up comedy! Plus: the Taffeta Darling rents a movie from the dollar-bin. All this and even more hyphens on tonight’s episode of the Loud Idiots!
It’s a night full of stars as the Loud Idiots welcome guest hostess Jess Rajs, (creator of the Gorgeous and Gory calendar) into the studio! And what’s on the agenda for this evening? Actors who try to be musicians and musicians who try to be actors: Is either move EVER a good idea? It’s the greatest debate of all time (Including you, Lincoln/Douglas!) And no debate on such a complicated and divisive subject would be complete without the wit and wisdom of special guests “the” Taffeta Darling and “a” Jon Tiersten. Come for the conflict, stay for Tiersten’s new catchphrase…
Is EA Games the World’s Most Evil Company? We say yes and we aren’t alone. Avengers vs X-MEN; are we being fooled again? I think I have been sent from the future to save Kanye West from Kanye. Yes, I may or may not be Sam Beckett. And we get into some jingoistic propaganda, all part of the ANS.
The Loud Idiots welcome metal band Hot.Blonde.Dead into the studio. Listen as they discuss the Cobra Kai, nude statuary, gang wars, and Mark Hamil’s gold medal. Not intrigued by that? Then you should probably consult a physician.