Episode #18: Drunken cat poster, tiny Travis fingerprints, David Letterman photo with wry comment
Spesh guest Doug Gale drops by with a wry, autographed, auction-bought photo of THE David Letterson, Kevin brings a wrinkly old poster of a drunk cat and Travis brings his baby fingerprints because his parents thought they were taking up too much room at their house. This one is about the journey AND the destination.
Episode #17: Brick with four numbers on it, old comedy notepad with weird dick drawings, microphone with terrible stories that shouldn’t be told
Travis brings an old microphone that leads to him reciting some deeply unflattering lyrics from his youth, Kevin brings a notepad of truly historical significance, and spesh guest Jason Dodson brings a brick. Not a brick of cocaine, just a regular brick. Our grandchildren will sing songs about this podcast episode.
Episode #16: Horrifying kids’ book, ancient stupid trading cards and gum, wonderful delicious treats
Travis brings an unopened pack of 30 year-old Robocop 2 trading cards and tragically attempts to eat the gum, Kevin brings an inappropriately disturbing kids’ book, and spesh guest Danielle K. L. Gregoire brings some TREATS (and other, less edible things) that instantly catapult her to the top of our Favorite Guests list. Later, we all become one in the singularity.
Episode 15: Europe trip bric a brac, chili fixins, celebrity endorsed ER dvd box
Art Zone’s resident movie whiz/malcontent Matt Lynch stops by to share a DVD box that’s been signed by a mega-watt celebrity, Travis brings some food that’s not ready to eat yet but still contains STORIES, while Kevin shares a king’s ransom in Euro-trip crapola. Bridges are crossed and souls are unburdened.
Episode 14: Crazy new age cult blanket, video game script written by children, homemade bowls
Our spesh guest, the amazing artist Dawn Cerny, brings a super weird blanket with a super weird history (hint: cults), Travis brings some rather personal glass bowls and Kevin brings a script for a food-related video game that he wrote when he was a child. You can’t make this stuff up. And if you could–why would you?
Episode 13: Chick tract, scary baby-eating Dinosaur cards, giant wooden tooth of mystery
Spesh guest, metalhead Jensen Ward, brings a large wooden tooth with a surprise inside (a SEXY surprise!), Kevin brings some super fucked up Dinosaurs Attack trading cards and Travis brings a classic Chick Tract, which leads to us all converting to fundamentalist Christianity. It’s a real whirlwind!
Episode 12: broken VHS tape, hamburger head thing, Hillary Clinton scare mask
Spesh guest Celene Ramadan brings a Halloween mask of some political significance and a sobering discussion of democracy ensues. Travis brings a shitty, broken VHS tape of some personal significance and a sobering discussion of democracy ensues again. Kevin brings a hamburger head thing and nothing ensues. Oh and also we talk a lot of shit about Jim Carrey.
Episode 11: Deep thoughts (calendar), dumb 80’s movie, tragic Nickelodeon lanyard
Spesh guest Nick Sahoyah brings a lanyard from the tragic time he almost got to be on Nickelodeon. Kevin brings some Deep Thoughts (the kind by Jack Handy, not real ones)and Travis phones it in by bringing a VHS box of some dumb 80’s movie. Truth is lived and reflected.
Episode 10: Indy Mad Libs, Supersuit, disgusting mouth pics
Has it really been TEN episodes of this fabulous podcasting adventure? Yep.
Travis brings Indiana Jones Mad Libs and it turns out that Mad Libs are still tons of fun, Kevin brings a futuristic super suit (NBD) and cartoonist—and creator of the CPP logo!—Ben Horak brings some horrifying photos of the inside of his mouth. Our faith in mankind is fully restored.
Episode 9: Comedy “CD” and plastic burger, Star Wars figurines, old timey toy gun
Spesh guest Wilfred Padua brings an old comedy “CD” and a toy hamburger thingy. Kevin brings some unsurprising and yet still really cool tiny Star Wars figurines and Travis brings an old plastic Tommy gun with a secret past. Dreams are fulfilled, promises kept.