NoisePicnic http://noisepicnic.com Creative Podcasts From Creative People Sat, 30 Aug 2014 04:21:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Creative Podcasts From Creative People NoisePicnic no Creative Podcasts From Creative People NoisePicnic http://noisepicnic.com/wp-content/plugins/powerpress/rss_default.jpg http://noisepicnic.com Bonjour, Sondra | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 10 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/bonjour-sondra-cosby-show?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=bonjour-sondra-cosby-show http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/bonjour-sondra-cosby-show#comments Thu, 28 Aug 2014 13:12:30 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1403 Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 10 is “Bonjour, Sondra!” Excited that the whole family will be together for Thanksgiving, Cliff anxiously awaits for Sondra’s arrival home from Princeton. But instead of celebrating, Sondra spends the holiday trying to persuade her parents to let her go to Paris for the Summer. Special guest Anna Weggel joins […]

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Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 10 is “Bonjour, Sondra!” Excited that the whole family will be together for Thanksgiving, Cliff anxiously awaits for Sondra’s arrival home from Princeton. But instead of celebrating, Sondra spends the holiday trying to persuade her parents to let her go to Paris for the Summer.

Special guest Anna Weggel joins Dan and Levi to talk about the arrival of Sondra. They not the use of empty coffee cups and other notable food moments in the first 10 episodes. Dan tries to figure out where Princeton is located. Anna gives suggestions on how the episode could have been better. And Dan and Levi admit they may not be men.

The Cosby Show “Bonjour, Sondra!” was written by Jerry Ross and Michael Loman. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 22nd, 1984.

You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page.

First aired November 22, 1984

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/bonjour-sondra-cosby-show/feed 0 anna weggel,cosby show,huxtable,podcast,sondra Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 10 is “Bonjour, Sondra!” Excited that the whole family will be together for Thanksgiving, Cliff anxiously awaits for Sondra’s arrival home from Princeton. But instead of celebrating, Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 10 is “Bonjour, Sondra!” Excited that the whole family will be together for Thanksgiving, Cliff anxiously awaits for Sondra’s arrival home from Princeton. But instead of celebrating, Sondra spends the holiday trying to persuade her parents to let her go to Paris for the Summer. Special guest Anna Weggel joins Dan and Levi to talk about the arrival of Sondra. They not the use of empty coffee cups and other notable food moments in the first 10 episodes. Dan tries to figure out where Princeton is located. Anna gives suggestions on how the episode could have been better. And Dan and Levi admit they may not be men. The Cosby Show “Bonjour, Sondra!” was written by Jerry Ross and Michael Loman. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 22nd, 1984. You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page. First aired November 22, 1984 NoisePicnic no 27:09 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1403-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
Katie Hartman | Twin Cities Song Story: Episode 1 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/katie-hartman-podcast?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=katie-hartman-podcast http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/katie-hartman-podcast#comments Mon, 25 Aug 2014 16:25:33 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1391 It’s the first episode of Twin Cities Song Story! This episode features Katie Hartman of The Coldharts.  She guides us through the process behind writing ‘In the Valley of the Many Colored Grass’ for their show, Edgar Allan. Edgar Allan premiered at the Twin Cities Horror Festival and was an audience favorite in the 2014 […]

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Katie Hartman of The Coldharts

It’s the first episode of Twin Cities Song Story! This episode features Katie Hartman of The Coldharts.  She guides us through the process behind writing ‘In the Valley of the Many Colored Grass’ for their show, Edgar Allan. Edgar Allan premiered at the Twin Cities Horror Festival and was an audience favorite in the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival. More can be found at www.thecoldharts.com.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/katie-hartman-podcast/feed 0 katie hartman,MN Fringe,music theatre,podcast,TC Horror Festival,the coldharts It's the first episode of Twin Cities Song Story! This episode features Katie Hartman of The Coldharts.  She guides us through the process behind writing 'In the Valley of the Many Colored Grass' for their show, Edgar Allan. It's the first episode of Twin Cities Song Story! This episode features Katie Hartman of The Coldharts.  She guides us through the process behind writing 'In the Valley of the Many Colored Grass' for their show, Edgar Allan. Edgar Allan premiered at the Twin Cities Horror Festival and was an audience favorite in the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival. More can be found at www.thecoldharts.com. NoisePicnic no 12:01 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1391-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
How Ugly Is He | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 9 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/how-ugly-is-he?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=how-ugly-is-he http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/how-ugly-is-he#comments Thu, 21 Aug 2014 13:12:02 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1319 The Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 9 is “How Ugly Is He.” A tale of dating, relationships, and family. Dan “The Low Rumble” Hetzel and Levi “No Cosby Show Nickname” Weinhagen try to decipher the name of the famous jazzman referenced in this episode by Denise’s date. Dan tries to determine how many dates it […]

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1-09-04The Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 9 is “How Ugly Is He.” A tale of dating, relationships, and family.

Dan “The Low Rumble” Hetzel and Levi “No Cosby Show Nickname” Weinhagen try to decipher the name of the famous jazzman referenced in this episode by Denise’s date. Dan tries to determine how many dates it would take to become a “boyfriend.” Levi shares his tips for relationship success based on almost nothing. Plus, the guys talk a little about the episode.

The Cosby Show “How Ugly Is He?” was written by John Markus. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 15th, 1984.

You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/how-ugly-is-he/feed 0 comedy,cosby show,how ugly,huxtable,lisa bonet,podcast,tv The Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 9 is "How Ugly Is He." A tale of dating, relationships, and family. - Dan “The Low Rumble” Hetzel and Levi "No Cosby Show Nickname" Weinhagen try to decipher the name of the famous jazzman referenced in this episode by... The Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 9 is "How Ugly Is He." A tale of dating, relationships, and family. Dan “The Low Rumble” Hetzel and Levi "No Cosby Show Nickname" Weinhagen try to decipher the name of the famous jazzman referenced in this episode by Denise’s date. Dan tries to determine how many dates it would take to become a “boyfriend.” Levi shares his tips for relationship success based on almost nothing. Plus, the guys talk a little about the episode. The Cosby Show “How Ugly Is He?” was written by John Markus. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 15th, 1984. You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page. NoisePicnic no 26:42 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1319-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids| Totes Recall : Episode 2 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/totesrecall/honey-i-shrunk-the-kids-podcast?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=honey-i-shrunk-the-kids-podcast http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/totesrecall/honey-i-shrunk-the-kids-podcast#comments Fri, 15 Aug 2014 11:00:45 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1303 Beth, Dan, Dan, and Molly recall a film from their childhoods, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989). Everyone remembers a baseball, a magnifying glass, and an experiment gone wrong. The emotional distress caused by tragedy amongst the grass? That’s another story. Watch: HISTK Opening Sequence Watch: Death of Anty    

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Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Beth, Dan, Dan, and Molly recall a film from their childhoods, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989). Everyone remembers a baseball, a magnifying glass, and an experiment gone wrong. The emotional distress caused by tragedy amongst the grass? That’s another story.

Watch: HISTK Opening Sequence
Watch: Death of Anty

 

 

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Cosby Show Play It Again, Vanessa | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 8 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-play-it-again-vanessa?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=cosby-show-play-it-again-vanessa http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-play-it-again-vanessa#comments Thu, 07 Aug 2014 05:34:48 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1300 “Play It Again, Vanessa,” Season 1, Episode 8 of the Cosby Show. With her music recital three days away, Vanessa cannot play a note on the clarinet. So Cliff arranges for her music teacher to give her private lessons. Vanessa’s music teacher, Mr. Hampton tries to give her a crash course in the clarinet. Notable: Dizzy Gillespie […]

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Dizzy-Gillespie-cosby-show“Play It Again, Vanessa,” Season 1, Episode 8 of the Cosby Show. With her music recital three days away, Vanessa cannot play a note on the clarinet. So Cliff arranges for her music teacher to give her private lessons. Vanessa’s music teacher, Mr. Hampton tries to give her a crash course in the clarinet.

Notable: Dizzy Gillespie appears as music teacher Mr. Hampton.

The Cosby Show “One More Time” was written by Jerry Ross. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 8th, 1984.

You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-play-it-again-vanessa/feed 0 cosby show,dizzy gillespie,podcast,vanessa huxtable "Play It Again, Vanessa," Season 1, Episode 8 of the Cosby Show. With her music recital three days away, Vanessa cannot play a note on the clarinet. So Cliff arranges for her music teacher to give her private lessons. Vanessa's music teacher, Mr. "Play It Again, Vanessa," Season 1, Episode 8 of the Cosby Show. With her music recital three days away, Vanessa cannot play a note on the clarinet. So Cliff arranges for her music teacher to give her private lessons. Vanessa's music teacher, Mr. Hampton tries to give her a crash course in the clarinet. Notable: Dizzy Gillespie appears as music teacher Mr. Hampton. The Cosby Show “One More Time” was written by Jerry Ross. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 8th, 1984. You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page. NoisePicnic no 23:27 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1300-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
Cosby Show One More Time | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 7 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-one-more-time?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=cosby-show-one-more-time http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-one-more-time#comments Thu, 31 Jul 2014 13:47:38 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1289 In this episode of the podcast Dan and Levi talk about the use of prop babies in television. Dan interviews Levi about his past suspenders experiences and they discuss the possibility of wearing suspenders in modern society without being labeled a "hipster." Plus, Dan talks about the magic of being able to give a baby back.

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cosby-clair-huxtable“One More Time,” Season 1, Episode 7 of The Cosby Show, has Clair Huxtable yearning for another child. Cliff is not on board.

In this episode of the podcast Dan and Levi talk about the use of prop babies in television. Dan interviews Levi about his past suspenders experiences and they discuss the possibility of wearing suspenders in modern society without being labeled a “hipster.” Plus, Dan talks about the magic of being able to give a baby back.

Notable: First appearance of Ethel Ayler as Carrie Hanks, Clair’s mother.

The Cosby Show “One More Time” was written by Earl Pomerantz. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 1st, 1984.

You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-one-more-time/feed 0 claire huxtable,cosby,huxtable,one more time,podcast,tv In this episode of the podcast Dan and Levi talk about the use of prop babies in television. Dan interviews Levi about his past suspenders experiences and they discuss the possibility of wearing suspenders in modern society without being labeled a "hip... In this episode of the podcast Dan and Levi talk about the use of prop babies in television. Dan interviews Levi about his past suspenders experiences and they discuss the possibility of wearing suspenders in modern society without being labeled a "hipster." Plus, Dan talks about the magic of being able to give a baby back. NoisePicnic no 21:24 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1289-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
Paprika / Inception | Double Bill: Episode 12 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/double-bill/paprika-inception?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=paprika-inception http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/double-bill/paprika-inception#comments Thu, 31 Jul 2014 00:16:22 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1282 Paprika all up in Inception, and vice versa. Satoshi Kon and Christopher Nolan fans will be happy. Well, Kon fans anyway.

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Paprika / Inception

Satoshi Kon has been a favorite of mine for years. I started watching him with “Perfect Blue” back when I was in college, and managed to see all of his films afterward: “Millennium Actress” and “Tokyo Godfathers”.

His most recent (and last) full-length feature film was “Paprika”. This film I wanted to revisit for awhile, and what better way to do that but through Double Bill? I thought about other films to pair it with, but ultimately settled on “Inception”, which I’ve since learned was influenced by “Paprika”. An unintentional bonus!

I’m not the only one thinking about Satoshi Kon and his films; the Youtube channel Every Frame a Painting just recently did an episode focusing on Kon’s editing–recommended viewing if you like any of Kon’s work.

This turned into a Satoshi Kon love-fest. I’m okay with that. –Joshua Humphrey

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/double-bill/paprika-inception/feed 0 Christopher Nolan,Inception,Paprika,podcast,Satoshi Kon Paprika all up in Inception, and vice versa. Satoshi Kon and Christopher Nolan fans will be happy. Well, Kon fans anyway. Paprika all up in Inception, and vice versa. Satoshi Kon and Christopher Nolan fans will be happy. Well, Kon fans anyway. NoisePicnic no 1:10:06 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1282-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
Cosby Show Breaking With Tradition | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 6 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-breaking-with-tradition-ep-6?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=cosby-show-breaking-with-tradition-ep-6 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-breaking-with-tradition-ep-6#comments Thu, 24 Jul 2014 13:55:53 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1263 Dan and Levi welcome Levi’s daughter Irene back on the show to share her thoughts on the Cosby Show’s Season 1, Episode 6 “Breaking with Tradition.” Spoiler Alert: Irene is very honest about how underwhelming this episode is compared to the first five.

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breaking with tradition irene Dan and Levi welcome Levi’s daughter Irene back on the show to share her thoughts on the Cosby Show’s Season 1, Episode 6 “Breaking with Tradition.” Spoiler Alert: Irene is very honest about how underwhelming this episode is compared to the first five.

Episode Breakdown: Denise wants to attend Princeton like her older sister, Sondra. But Grandpa Russell wants her to attend Hillman, to uphold a family tradition. Cliff explains to his father the prestige of attending a highly regarded school like Princeton, until the elder Huxtable points out that Hillman produced a highly regarded doctor… Cliff.

Notable: First mention of Sondra. First appearance of Earle Hyman as Russell Huxtable.

The Cosby Show “Breaking With Tradition” was written by Earl Pomerantz. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on November 1st, 1984.

You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-breaking-with-tradition-ep-6/feed 0 comedy,cosby show,huxtable,podcast,sondra,tv Dan and Levi welcome Levi’s daughter Irene back on the show to share her thoughts on the Cosby Show’s Season 1, Episode 6 “Breaking with Tradition.” Spoiler Alert: Irene is very honest about how underwhelming this episode is compared to the first five. Dan and Levi welcome Levi’s daughter Irene back on the show to share her thoughts on the Cosby Show’s Season 1, Episode 6 “Breaking with Tradition.” Spoiler Alert: Irene is very honest about how underwhelming this episode is compared to the first five. NoisePicnic no 21:46 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1263-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
Misused Scientific Words | Regret Labs: Mini Episode http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/regretlabs/misused-scientific-words-podcast?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=misused-scientific-words-podcast http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/regretlabs/misused-scientific-words-podcast#comments Mon, 21 Jul 2014 06:00:07 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1255 Many scientific terms have very specific meanings, but are misused in everyday life. io9 put out a wonderful article titled 10 Scientific Ideas That Scientists Wish You Would Stop Misusing last month. Aric and Levi though they should try their hand at defining the terms in the article before reading it.

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Regret Labs PodcastScientific terms have very specific meanings, but are misused in everyday life. io9 put out a wonderful article titled 10 Scientific Ideas That Scientists Wish You Would Stop Misusing last month. Aric and Levi though they should try their hand at defining the terms in the article before reading it. If you’ve listened to Regret Labs podcast before, you already know how this will go.

In the podcast, Aric and Levi love the snarky answers from Professor Dave Goldberg, dig up the atheist’s nightmare video, and try to find the scientific definition for “balloon party.” Listen, enjoy, share, and hopefully learn.

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Cosby Show’s A Shirt Story | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 5 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-a-shirt-story?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=cosby-show-a-shirt-story http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-a-shirt-story#comments Thu, 17 Jul 2014 14:18:49 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1237 Dan and Levi go guest free to take in the classic Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 5, “A Shirt Story.” This episode is often referred to as the Gordon Gartrell episode.

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The Cosby Show A Shirt Story

Dan and Levi go guest free to take in the classic Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 5, “A Shirt Story.” This episode is often referred to as the Gordon Gartrell episode.

Theo’s plans to impress his date by wearing an expensive designer shirt are ruined when Cliff forces him to return the extravagant purchase. But Denise comes to the rescue when she offers to make Theo an exact copy for a third of the price.

Notes: Guest appearance by Kadeem Hardison, who years later would portray Dwayne Wayne on the Cosby Show spinoff, A Different World. The name “Gordon Gartrelle” was taken from a staff member, who eventually became a writer/producer for The Cosby Show during the final two seasons of the series.

The Cosby Show “A Shirt Story” was written by John Markus. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on October 18th, 1984.

You can watch episode four of the Cosby Show, and all 210 episodes, along with us by streaming it on Hulu. Click here for the Hulu Cosby Show page.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/cosby-show-a-shirt-story/feed 0 cosby show,gordon gartrell,huxtable,podcast,theo,tv Dan and Levi go guest free to take in the classic Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 5, “A Shirt Story.” This episode is often referred to as the Gordon Gartrell episode. Dan and Levi go guest free to take in the classic Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 5, “A Shirt Story.” This episode is often referred to as the Gordon Gartrell episode. NoisePicnic no 24:22 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1237-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>