NoisePicnic http://noisepicnic.com Creative Podcasts From Creative People Thu, 18 Sep 2014 13:12:11 +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 Father’s Day | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 13 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/fathers-day-cosby-show http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/fathers-day-cosby-show#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 13:12:11 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1509 We watched Season 1, Episode 13 of the Cosby Show, Father’s Day. Cliff gives the children a lecture on the importance of picking their father a suitable gift instead of the neon ties and yo-yos they usually buy him. The kids take his advice to heart and plan a special Father’s Day for their dad […]

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photo (29)We watched Season 1, Episode 13 of the Cosby Show, Father’s Day. Cliff gives the children a lecture on the importance of picking their father a suitable gift instead of the neon ties and yo-yos they usually buy him. The kids take his advice to heart and plan a special Father’s Day for their dad six months early.

Dan and Levi celebrate the first strong episode after a run of several clunkers. Dan talks about the source material for this episode when Cosby original talked about Father’s day in his stand up. Levi talks about children barging into their parent’s bedroom. And the guys talk about good and bad Father’s day presents.

Written by John Markus and Elliot Shoenman

Directed by Jay Sandrich

First aired December 20, 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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Ice Pirates / Guardians of the Galaxy | Double Bill: Episode 13 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/double-bill/ice-pirates-guardians-galaxy-podcast http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/double-bill/ice-pirates-guardians-galaxy-podcast#comments Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:01:12 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1492 The Double Bill rotation comes around to Michael David Postle, and he smashes together two films of the space-opera variety: “Guardians of the Galaxy” (hurray!) and “Ice Pirates” (what?). Partially inspired by this HuffPo article, “Ice Pirates” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” are separated by 30 years, and oh what a change 30 years and giving two […]

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The Double Bill rotation comes around to Michael David Postle, and he smashes together two films of the space-opera variety: “Guardians of the Galaxy” (hurray!) and “Ice Pirates” (what?). Partially inspired by this HuffPo article, “Ice Pirates” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” are separated by 30 years, and oh what a change 30 years and giving two bits about your property brings.

Let’s get this out of the way–there is love brimming from podcast beginning to end for “Guardians of the Galaxy.” There is an equal amount of disdain for “Ice Pirates.” The latter, since there is so much “WTF” quality going on (why are they wearing those white wigs, anyway?), it gets the brunt of our critical eye.

Join us, won’t you?

Next time? BWJ decides we’re going to the limit with CAMEOS!

Warning: podcast contains explicit language. Listener discretion is advised.

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/double-bill/ice-pirates-guardians-galaxy-podcast/feed 0 Guardians of the Galaxy,Ice Pirates,podcast The Double Bill rotation comes around to Michael David Postle, and he smashes together two films of the space-opera variety: "Guardians of the Galaxy" (hurray!) and "Ice Pirates" (what?). Partially inspired by this HuffPo article, The Double Bill rotation comes around to Michael David Postle, and he smashes together two films of the space-opera variety: "Guardians of the Galaxy" (hurray!) and "Ice Pirates" (what?). Partially inspired by this HuffPo article, "Ice Pirates" and "Guardians of the Galaxy" are separated by 30 years, and oh what a change 30 years and giving two bits about your property brings. Let's get this out of the way--there is love brimming from podcast beginning to end for "Guardians of the Galaxy." There is an equal amount of disdain for "Ice Pirates." The latter, since there is so much "WTF" quality going on (why are they wearing those white wigs, anyway?), it gets the brunt of our critical eye. Join us, won't you? Next time? BWJ decides we're going to the limit with CAMEOS! Warning: podcast contains explicit language. Listener discretion is advised. NoisePicnic no 1:19:58 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1492-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
The African Queen | Totes Recall: Episode 3 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/totesrecall/the-african-queen-podcast http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/totesrecall/the-african-queen-podcast#comments Mon, 15 Sep 2014 11:00:52 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1486 The crew recalls The African Queen (1951). Beth remembers a fun romp. Jaquette was titillated by the handsome Katharine Hepburn. Molly is a contrarian. Linden asks, “Did they bang?”

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The African QueenThe crew recalls The African Queen (1951). Beth remembers a fun romp. Jaquette was titillated by the handsome Katharine Hepburn. Molly is a contrarian. Linden asks, “Did they bang?”

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Rudy’s Sick | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 12 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/rudys-sick-cosby-show http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/rudys-sick-cosby-show#comments Fri, 12 Sep 2014 04:39:49 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1480 We watched Season 1, Episode 12 of the Cosby Show, “Rudy’s Sick.” Rudy is sick, and Clair must go to an important interview, so Cliff stays home to watch her. Unfortunately, Cliff soon discovers that being a doctor has not fully prepared him to take care of a sick child. The Cosby Show “Rudy’s Sick” was […]

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We watched Season 1, Episode 12 of the Cosby Show, “Rudy’s Sick.”

Rudy is sick, and Clair must go to an important interview, so Cliff stays home to watch her. Unfortunately, Cliff soon discovers that being a doctor has not fully prepared him to take care of a sick child.

The Cosby Show “Rudy’s Sick” was written by Matt Williams. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on December 13, 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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Eric Sharp | Twin Cities Song Story: Episode 2 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/eric-sharp-podcast http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/eric-sharp-podcast#comments Mon, 08 Sep 2014 16:00:47 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1471 Eric Sharp let us pop by the Mu Performing Arts rehearsal room to talk about ‘Holy Crap, Here I Am’ from his new play Middle Brother. Middle Brother is a fictionalized physical theatre telling of his personal Korean adoptee experience. He talks about visiting Korea as an adult and the unique noraebang sound he and […]

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Eric Sharp let us pop by the Mu Performing Arts rehearsal room to talk about ‘Holy Crap, Here I Am’ from his new play Middle Brother. Middle Brother is a fictionalized physical theatre telling of his personal Korean adoptee experience. He talks about visiting Korea as an adult and the unique noraebang sound he and Michael Croswell brought to the song. Middle Brother premieres at The Southern Theater on September 12th. More info at muperformingarts.org.

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Eric Sharp presents ‘Holy Crap, Here I Am’ from Middle Brother

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http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/eric-sharp-podcast/feed 0 eric sharp,Here I Am,Holy Crap,Korean Adoptee,Middle Brother,podcast,song from a play Eric Sharp let us pop by the Mu Performing Arts rehearsal room to talk about 'Holy Crap, Here I Am' from his new play Middle Brother. Middle Brother is a fictionalized physical theatre telling of his personal Korean adoptee experience. Eric Sharp let us pop by the Mu Performing Arts rehearsal room to talk about 'Holy Crap, Here I Am' from his new play Middle Brother. Middle Brother is a fictionalized physical theatre telling of his personal Korean adoptee experience. He talks about visiting Korea as an adult and the unique noraebang sound he and Michael Croswell brought to the song. Middle Brother premieres at The Southern Theater on September 12th. More info at muperformingarts.org. NoisePicnic no 11:36 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://noisepicnic.com/?powerpress_embed=1471-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
You’re Not A Mother Night | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 11 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/youre-not-a-mother-night-cosby-show http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/youre-not-a-mother-night-cosby-show#comments Thu, 04 Sep 2014 13:16:04 +0000 http://noisepicnic.com/?p=1466 Cosby Show Season 1, Episode 11 is “You’re Not A Mother Night.” When Cliff Huxtable realizes that Clair is overstressed at home and in the office, he treats her to a night in a deluxe, first-class, spare-no-expense room at the Biltmore Hotel. Back at home, Denise is left to watch over the younger kids. The […]

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you're not a mother nightCosby Show Season 1, Episode 11 is “You’re Not A Mother Night.” When Cliff Huxtable realizes that Clair is overstressed at home and in the office, he treats her to a night in a deluxe, first-class, spare-no-expense room at the Biltmore Hotel. Back at home, Denise is left to watch over the younger kids.

The Cosby Show “You’re Not A Mother Night” was written by Karyl Geld Miller & Korby Siamis. It was directed by Jay Sandrich and originally aired on December 6, 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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Bonjour, Sondra | The Huxtable Proxy Ep 10 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/huxtableproxy/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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Katie Hartman | Twin Cities Song Story: Episode 1 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/tcsongstory/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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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 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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Honey, I Shrunk the Kids | Totes Recall: Episode 2 http://noisepicnic.com/podcasts/totesrecall/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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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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