Ep 22 - West Coast Story

11/1/15

When being mugged by a garbage panda it's best to stay calm, follow their instructions and pirouette cool.    1:00:10                                                                        Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                      House Band:  Peter Feliciano                                 Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                  Guest:  Call in by Tony Quarington

When being mugged by a garbage panda it's best to stay calm, follow their instructions and pirouette cool. 

 

1:00:10                                                                        Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                      House Band:  Peter Feliciano                                 Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                  Guest:  Call in by Tony Quarington

Ep 22 - West Coast Story

 

Fade in to a desolate bomb shelter.  No guests and no audience. It was a quiet one - until the gang shows up.  Wearing his frayed, and now signature, "Dick's Last Resort" T-shirt, Peter Feliciano makes his presence known with rhythmic snapping, banging and exorcism belches.  Next on the Scene is Squidge. The youngest of the group but by no means interesting.  The play caller is SK. Glowing; driven; intelligent; and above all deluded.

The 1st interruption of the crew's smoggy story telling is an audio text from chronic show dodger, Tony Quarington - tragic.  Suddenly, the silence of the bomb shelter (Bomb in this case referring to SK's attempts at humor) is broken by the emergence of a slick gang of newcomer  raccoons that have their own ideas about who owns the streets.

SK's solution? A cash prize treasure hunt. Tonight, Tonight the first clue comes tonight. He gave it and the audience went away.

Realizing that the times are changing (And, thanks to Squidge, the clock is running), SK retreats to his top 5 movie list; The first in a triology discussion about bonfires starts with this episode; San Francisco business closings continue to be a topic ripe for redundance; and  earthquakes - this week's original theme - are completely ignored by the whole, buggin', ever lovin' team.

 

Show Notes:

Here's a duet with our very own Pete and his very own Lizzy Karr: