Raspberries! Broadway icon Carol Channing died today, she was 97. One of our most popular episodes ever, Carol Channing spoke to us from her home in Palm Springs about the value of arts education in public schools, and her amazing life and career. Please enjoy this encore presentation.
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Christmas is the drag queen of holidays: it’s drunk on eggnog, it’s overly decorated with loud colors and glitter and it takes itself way too seriously. So when Christmas goes off the rails, it’s hilarious.
Today, we wrap up the year with our annual holiday special “Incredibly Strange Christmas Music, Vol. 10”- weird but wonderful holiday songs we think deserve a second listen.
If you’re a guy who wants to get attention during the holidays, consider wearing the color red. A recent study suggest that men look their best during the winter months when they wear bold warm colors like red.
Today we wrap up the year by looking at big moments of 2018, joining us are some of your favorite comedy guests: Carma Rae Gold, Matt Brown and Brian Sweeney. Listen as we chat about what rocked our world this year and what we are looking forward to in the New Year.
There’s something hilarious about turning those precious christmas carols into rotten songs all kids will love. Today our pal Manny Petty joins us for a live music session where we harmonize some hilariously rotten christmas song parodies.
Listen as we take a look at the classic Batman Smells parody of Jingle Bells that traces its origins to the 1960s, Spanish pooping nativity statues and Manny’s teenage obsession with mayonnaise.
Musician E.G. Daily is best known for bringing to life some of the most lovable rebels in film and television: Pee Wee Herman’s girlfriend, Dottie in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Buttercup in the Powerpuff Girls and Tommy Pickles in Nickelodeon’s Rugrats.
Today E.G. joins us from her home to talk about her amazing journey as a voice over star, her music from hit films of the 80s and working in her home studio with her family of musicians and filmmakers.
Christmas isn’t quite the same without the raunchy outrageous humor of our beloved drag mom Lady Bunny. For over a decade Bun-Bun’s twisted holiday parodies have been a favorite of our end of the year Incredibly Strange Christmas Music special.
But what kind of Christmas music does she enjoy listening to? Today Lady Bunny joins us to look at some outrageous Christmas music we all love.
One of our favorite oddball TV Christmas moments is Pee Wee’s Christmas Special, a star studded hour long event that aired in 1988 at the height of Pee Wee Herman’s popularity.
Today we take you inside Pee Wee’s Christmas Special with the she-larious Irene Marquette,
who is putting on a holiday extravaganza inspired by Pee Wee Herman’s Holiday Show complete with variety acts and animation in the Curio Show at Chicago’s IO Theater.
Every Christmas, link bait pops up all over Internet hating on poor Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer for portraying Santa Claus and Ru’s family as a bunch of hateful bigots.
Today we take a look at the most famous reindeer of all, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, a story written by a poor Jewish copywriter that became a Christmas song classic and a Rankin/Bass animated TV special that’s now linkbait for lazy bloggers.
Christmas is here and for many folks the Polar Express is going off the rails. If it’s “the season to be jolly?” why are so many having a hard candy Christmas?
As a way of saying thank you, today we’re taking all your questions.
Listen as we spill the coquito on past holiday disasters, who should host the Oscars, and who would you cast in an “A Drag Queen Christmas Carol- RuScrooge, Buy It on iTunes?”
Scientists can get a little freaky when the lab coats come off and the real hard work of gathering empirical evidence regarding sex and sexuality begins. Who knew science could be so sexy?
Today Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at some of the most memorable, wildest and hilarious scientific studies that we’ve reported on our show.