This week, up-and-coming stand-up comedian Trevor Ginsberg (@TrevorGinsberg) sat down with the Idiots to discuss his brand new comedy career. He also treats our ears to a sample of his beat-boxing talents, effectively blowing Tyler's mind. They talk millennials, obsolescent media, and the impact of hip hop in this episode riddled with audio difficulties. This episode is sponsored by ourselves, because we don't do ads anymore.
For this milestone episode, Kyle and Michael Andes dropped in to talk good old rock and roll. They are the respective lead singer/guitarist and drummer of Dayton rock band RIND. They talk influences, creative processes, and the origin of their band name. Two RIND songs, "Dancing on the Oceanside" and "Lame Brain," are used as interlude music with permission. This episode is sponsored by nobody because ads are annoying.
This week, the lovely Laura Rea stopped by unannounced to scare the bejesus out of the Idiots. They discuss her new hair and life styles that come with her recent retirement. Also, she talks about her sparse but fantastic appearances on stage and about accepting that she has been typecast in her latest roles, including in the musical where she first met the Idiots. This episode is sponsored by Loot Crate and GameFly.
This week we have very special guest, actor and star of several major films (we think) Robert Downey Jr. The idiots chat about Bill Murray's favorite holiday, the latest from their passion project TBTV, and fun with candy dishes. This episode is sponsored by Loot Crate and GameFly.
For the first anniversary episode, the Idiots brought in the most guests they've had in one room. Past guests Matt McCormick and Riza Ingalls stopped in with their friend Michael to talk about their shared experience with 5-MeO-DMT toad medicine in Chicago. The guys have some laughs and some revelatory moments discussing their exploration of the conscious and unconscious mind. For more information, visit www.shamansoftheglobalvillage.com. This episode is sponsored by Loot Crate and GameFly.
Much like the Idiots, Jeremy young is a creator and thinker. He is a writer, a future filmmaker, and a fan of stuff. The guys talk writing, directing, Star Wars, and chocolate muffins. Plus, Jeremy offers some constructive criticism of the Idiots latest passion project. This episode is sponsored by Loot Crate and GameFly.