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FOF #2276A – Carma is Gonna Get You

Today we’re joined by the hilarious Carma Nibarger, who likes to challenge her audience by forcing them to guess whether she is having her period or not, which leaves some folks squirming in their seats while others laugh it off.

Listen as we talk about why you should always ask Carma how far along her pregnancy is, how sleeping your way to the top is harder than you think and who is drugging the woman in the Chicago comedy scene.

Posted in: Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 4 years ago 0

FOF #2276B – Carma is Gonna Get You

In part two of our podcast “Carma is Going to Get You” we continue our conversation with the delightful comedian Carma Nibarger about: Chelsea Handler new show, where she tries to be the Anthony Bourdain of drugs, an herbal cough syrup gets recalled for containing morphine, R Kelly defends Bill Cosby and Carma’s hilarious stories on working as a psychiatric nurse.

Posted in: Comedians, Interviews, Podcast 4 years ago 1

FOF #2069 – Will the Real Rene Zellweger Please Stand Up

Although she’s well known for transforming her appearance for movie roles, actress Renee Zellweger has got tongues wagging after appearing at an awards ceremony looking like she’s had a buttload of plastic surgery.

We had her DNA tested and confirmed she’s not an impostor. Unfortunately, we could only afford one of those dog DNA tests. Turns out she’s part terrier.

Posted in: Podcast 5 years ago 8

FOF #2009 – My Favorite Year: 1997

The year is 1997, and American music companies are raking it in the money just before the Internet and Napster changed the value of buying music. It was a year that would introduce many one hit wonders, like Hanson’s “Mmmbop,” Aqua’s “Barbie Girl,” Chumbawamba’s “Tubthumping” and Tito Nieve’s “I Like It Like That.”

What an annoying year! But oh so good!

Today musician Stephen Leonard joins us to look at the one-hit-wonders of 1997, and why it was such an extraordinary year for big hits.

Posted in: Live Music Sessions, Podcast 6 years ago 5
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FOFA #1930 – In Crust We Trust

If you want to be happy for the rest of your life, find what you love and do it! Comedian Michael Bowen loves to make pies in drag so he became Bertha Mason, the world’s foremost drag queen pie making expert.

Listen as we take a look at the delicious history of pies, and savor Michael’s new take on an old world creation: a winter squash, cheese and sage free-form pie.

Posted in: Classic Podcasts, Drag Queens & Kings, Podcast 6 years ago 2

FOF #1930 – In Crust We Trust

If you want to be happy for the rest of your life, find what you love and do it! Comedian Michael Bowen loves to make pies in drag so he became Bertha Mason, the world’s foremost drag queen pie making expert.

Listen as we take a look at the delicious history of pies, and savor Michael’s new take on an old world creation: a winter squash, cheese and sage free-form pie.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Food & Drink, Podcast 6 years ago 3

FOF #1920 – Plastic Man and Throbbin

Everyone has strong opinions about Justin Jedlica, The Human Ken Doll, who in the past decade has had over 142 cosmetic procedures. Well, 143 cause he’s having one done right now.

Everyone either loves him or hates him.

Also joining us today is Jordan Thomas who in the past year has been featured in 25 movies, the kind where men hug other men in the butt with their junk.

Posted in: Actors, Artists/Designers, Interviews, Podcast 6 years ago 1

VIDEO: Justin Jedlica’s as the Human Ken Doll on TLC

Justin Jedlica received various plastic surgeries to get his face sculpted similar to a Ken doll. He was recently profiled on TLC’s My Strange Addiction: I’m A Living Doll. He describes his “strange addiction” as […]

Posted in: People, Television, Videos 6 years ago 4

FOF #1856 – The Human Ken Doll

Over the past decade Justin Jedlica has had over 125 cosmetic procedures, modifying not just his face but almost every major muscle group in his body. Justin has had so much work done, it’s earned the nickname “The Human Ken Doll.”

Today Justin Jedlica joins us to talk about his incredible journey becoming the Human Ken Doll with all his plastic parts. Does he now come with batteries and is some assembly required?

Posted in: Artists, Artists/Designers, Interviews, Podcast 6 years ago 6

Ask Justin Jedlica, the Human Ken Doll Anything!

In the past decade Justin Jedlica has had over $100,000 worth of cosmetic surgery done on his body, over 90 procedures, modifying not just his face but pretty much every major muscle group. Justin has had so much work done, it’s earned him the nickname “The Human Ken Doll.” — Ask Justin anything!

Posted in: Ask The Guest 6 years ago 7