Dr. Fiasco's Show
April 16, 2014 10:00pm


Chatroom History
April 16, 2014 10:00pm - 4:30am

Alan B.: Hello, Whitey on the Moon, do you read me? (10:01pm)
Alan B.: I would just like to take this moment to announce that I replaced the igniter on my clothes dryer tonight. Go me! (10:02pm)
Alan B.: Viva Brazil! (10:03pm)
Alan B.: More gain for Bob Marc, please. (10:03pm)
LUCY!: hidey-ho nosehairs!!! whiteys on the whaaaaaat???? (10:06pm)
Alan B.: Maytag Dryer Model LDG5910AAL Igniter Parts (10:07pm)
Alan B.: Trolling is a art. (10:09pm)
Alan B.: 87.9 MHz (10:12pm)
Alan B.: Hi, Dr. Hal! (10:12pm)
Alan B.: Hi, The Adversary! (10:12pm)
Alan B.: FINALLY!! (10:12pm)
Alan B.: Did Juan have a stroke? (10:14pm)
Alan B.: Dammit Pete! (10:14pm)
Alan B.: Quickdraw McGraw's sidekick was Baba Booey (10:15pm)
Alan B.: VH1 Classic is digging through pop culture collectibles with hosts Gary Dell'Abate and Jon Hein. to find out what they're really worth. "For What It's Worth" explores the intricate world of music and pop culture memorabilia, and the mind of "The Collector." (10:16pm)
Alan B.: Howard Stern was the man. (10:17pm)
Alan B.: Huginn and Muninn (10:17pm)
Alan B.: Thank God Dr. Hal is there or this show would be 100 percent animation misinformatin. (10:18pm)
Alan B.: oto_01_md.jpg (10:18pm)
Alan B.: Shoot. (10:19pm)
Alan B.: The Censored Eleven WB cartoons (10:19pm)
Sesame Street alien: Russian Rhapsody features the Stalin mask. (10:20pm)
Alan B.: Censored Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Guide (10:20pm)
Alan B.: Perhaps the best Warner Bros. cartoon ever, directed by Bob Clampett -- Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (10:21pm)
Alan B.: Russian Rhapsody (1944) (10:22pm)
Alan B.: The Absent-Minded Professor (10:23pm)
Alan B.: My wife refuses to watch black & white. (10:23pm)
Alan B.: Son of Flubber -- indeed in color (10:25pm)
Alan B.: FINALLY!! (10:25pm)
Alan B.: WTF Dr. Fiasco. (10:26pm)
Alan B.: The worst made-for-TV movie ever: Fuck-o and the Polish Scientist (10:27pm)
Alan B.: Falstaff (Chimes At Midnight) (10:28pm)
Alan B.: How about Laurel and Hardy in Babes in Toyland? (10:31pm)
Alan B.: Hey, that's her. (10:31pm)
Alan B.: THAT'S AMAZING! (10:34pm)
Alan B.: Pete, you should show her Martin Scorsese's Hugo. (10:37pm)
Alan B.: (10:37pm)
Alan B.: Shoot. (10:38pm)
Alan B.: My pleasure! (10:40pm)
Alan B.: Everyone reading this needs to donate to Radio Valencia. (10:41pm)
Alan B.: Films for families: The top 50 movies to watch as a family (10:42pm)
Alan B.: Miracle on 34th Street (1947) (10:42pm)
Alan B.: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure (1985) (10:43pm)
Alan B.: Freaky Friday (1976) (10:43pm)
Alan B.: Bright Eyes (1934) The original child superstar, Shirley Temple was never better than in this prototypical Temple-esque tale of a curly-haired orphan trying to live with her kindly pilot godfather. To watch the moppet perform "On the Good Ship Lollipop" is to witness onscreen precociousness at its finest. Rated PG. (10:44pm)
Alan B.: The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958) (10:44pm)
Alan B.: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) (10:45pm)
Alan B.: Mary Poppins (1964) (10:45pm)
Alan B.: Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) (10:45pm)
Alan B.: The Sound of Music (1965) (10:45pm)
Alan B.: The Red Balloon (1956) (10:46pm)
Alan B.: My Neighbor Totoro (1988) (10:46pm)
Alan B.: The Wizard of Oz (1939) (10:46pm)
Alan B.: Thanks for playing Strummer/Clash stuff, Bob Marc (10:47pm)
Alan B.: Dr. Fiasco FINALLY rescues NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND. (10:47pm)
Alan B.: Is Sherilyn well? Or just carless. :( (10:49pm)
Alan B.: Did Pete install a Hadron vent? (10:51pm)
Alan B.: Did you just whistle to Puzzling Evidence? (10:53pm)
Sesame Street alien: "blood moon" only if you have diarrhea for blood (10:56pm)
Alan B.: Always hurting Hal's Hadrons. (10:56pm)
Alan B.: Time for a station ID and Kronos. (11:01pm)
Alan B.: Blow Power (11:02pm)
Alan B.: FINALLY!! (11:03pm)
vj pussycat: what about wizard of oz and of course willy wonka! (11:04pm)
Alan B.: Exactly. (11:05pm)
Alan B.: Gee, a newsreel AND a cartoon! (11:06pm)
Alan B.: I thought Pete was Jewish? (11:09pm)
Alan B.: Huh. (11:11pm)
Alan B.: Yeah, fuck that guy. (11:12pm)
Hitler: I'm waiting... (11:13pm)
Alan B.: The real answer is that no child needs to think about Hitler or the Problem of Evil until the child reaches The Age or Reason, about age 7. (11:15pm)
Alan B.: And then you rely upon their own discovery of their own mortality. Once they internalize that they and everyone they love will die some day, they have expanded their consciousness sufficiently to start on that really hard stuff. (11:16pm)
Alan B.: I know that religion isn't popular among some folks, but it is helpful to have a moral framework established somehow, some way, to serve as a hook for guys like Hitler. (11:17pm)
Alan B.: We hate Hilter because he broke THIS rule and THIS rule and THIS rule. (11:17pm)
Alan B.: Kids love rules. (11:17pm)
Rule the kids...: Ok? (11:18pm)
Alan B.: Watchmen (11:19pm)
Alan B.: Love and Rockets (11:19pm)
Alan B.: Yes, Tin Tin. (11:20pm)
Alan B.: They had a half-price sale and I bought the entire run of Love and Rockets. (11:20pm)
Alan B.: 1000 percent for Fables, excellent. (11:21pm)
Alan B.: Try out Fun Home by Alison Bechdel (11:22pm)
Alan B.: Louis Riel by Chester Brown (11:23pm)
Alan B.: Hey, my erection! (11:25pm)
Alan B.: From Hell (11:26pm)
Alan B.: I can't hear Hal (11:26pm)
Alan B.: Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? (11:29pm)
Alan B.: The Invisibles by Grant Morrison (11:31pm)
Alan B.: Transmetropolitan (11:32pm)
Alan B.: I really like the R. Crumb and Aline Kominsky-Crumb colletion Drawn Together (11:34pm)
Babymetal world rocks.: OK! (11:35pm)
Alan B.: Have you noticed that I haven't said Maus, yet? (11:35pm)
Alan B.: Fabulous Furry Freak Bros. (11:37pm)
Alan B.: It is kinda goofy, but I've read all of Girl Genius: (11:40pm)
noche: I love this track (11:41pm)
Alan B.: Jesus, even here with the Frozen song. (11:42pm)
Alan B.: No escape. (11:42pm)
Alan B.: Any comics fan should read The Amazing Adventures of Kavlier and Clay. (11:43pm)
Alan B.: Men of Tomorrow: Geeks, Gangsters, and the Birth of the Comic Book (11:46pm)
Alan B.: ^^^ Best book about the early comic book industry (11:46pm)
Alan B.: (11:46pm)
Alan B.: The Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic Book Scare And How It Changed America (11:47pm)
Alan B.: Hey, I need a new Maytag! With an igniter! (11:48pm)
Alan B.: I like the PE, tho. (11:48pm)
Alan B.: National Lampoon Television Show - Lemmings (1973) (11:49pm)
Alan B.: How could I forget poor Harvey Pekar and American Splendor? (11:55pm)
Alan B.: Y: The Last Man by Brian K. Vaughan (11:56pm)
Alan B.: Well, it has been fun. (11:56pm)
Alan B.: Thanks, Dr. Fiasco! You FINALLY cleaned up this Agean stable. (11:56pm)
Alan B.: Oh, that crazy JFK and his calls for transparency. (12:01am)
Alan B.: I don't give a fuck abou an audience. (12:10am)
Alan B.: So, is this the officially paid-for Puzzling Evidence show these days? (12:17am)
URSULA!!: ahh, the gorilla glue hand incident (12:44am)

<- back to podcasts