Bright Spots

October 3, 2007: The Apologies by Proxy Trainwreck
Speaking of apologies, I'm sorry about standing up this blog for the past several weeks.

September 26, 2007: The Guest List Club
Andy's son Evan takes a few short steps, and Ken's guest list stays even shorter.

September 19, 2007: Guess The Ringtone
I've been wondering what most long-time listeners use as their ring tones. My cell phone? The Go-Go's singing "We've Got the Beat." It's pretty annoying. I like it.

I think we all need a little riot act in our lives.

Our Sovereign Lord the King chargeth and commandeth all persons, being assembled, immediately to disperse themselves, and peaceably to depart to their habitations, or to their lawful business, upon the pains contained in the act made in the first year of King George, for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies. God Save the King.


Duncan said...

I honestly was planning to do a blog post today, but realistically I probably wouldn't have. I apologize.

What I was going to point out was that, if you've been listening to the last couple of shows, you'll know Andy and Ken have a surplus of ideas, which knowing this show doesn't mean they'll ever use them.

The ideas are: 1) the parking ticket show, 2) the craigslist show, 3) the live book reading, and 4) another focus group show, this time screening Andy's stand-up material.

Which one do you want to happen? Discuss! Oh, and also -- I can't believe I nearly forgot this -- is it time to fire Jeff? It may well be.

Joe said...

Is it me or was the Apologies by Proxy show one of the best Seven Second Delay shows ever? Can't believe Ken thought it was a clunker

Great callers, great zingers, what more could you ask for in a show?

Definitely not the magic number (8) of stinky shows Ken!

I'm not being sarcastic

Jay said...

The creepy thing is that Yakkity Sax (the Benny Hill theme) is /my/ ringtone. Before that it was just vibrate, but that one was too silly not to use.

Grant said...

I told Andy's joke on stage. Here's the video...