May 2, 2017 10:00pm


As the first day of final year of the 1970s dawned, action/horror/science fiction/dystopia film director John Carpenter, clearly hungover from the Hollywood B+ list New Year's Eve party he stumbled out of, mistook budding actress Adrienne Barbeau for established action film star Kay Parker, and promptly married her. In the preternatural process that governs "The Business", Carpenter mistook Lady Haden-Guest for the young actress he had previously cast in a decorative gourd film, casting her as a pretty young thing is his latest seaside project. He then mistook a distinguished Romania-American Harvard law professor John Houseman as an actor, casting him as a salty teller of sailor yarns to silent shivering children. Mistakenly regarding Lady Haden-Guest's mother as some psycho, Carpenter reluctantly offered her a role, and, through a misunderstanding that author Samuel Clemens was actually a cheapskate drunken preacher, cast Hal Holbrook as a cheapskate drunken preacher. All that left was Carpenter's wife, who by now he had discovered was not Kay Parker and thus not possessing of certain cinematic skills, so he cast Barbeau as a boy named Steve, and to hide the obvious fact she was a grown woman, disguised her a a radio DJ so no one could see her. Yes, Carpenter forgot that in a movie, radio DJs are often seen as well as heard. Confusing the lighthouse at Point Reyes as a radio station, Carpenter then accidentally turned his project about common coastal weather phenomena into a Scooby Doo feature film. The rest is movie history, at least as retold by Karen Carpenter, Sherilyn Connelly, Bob-Marc and KrOB, during the FINAL BROADCAST of.... (wait for it...)

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: "Gh.. Gh.. Gh.. Ghost Pirates??!!! Ruh Roh!".

Chatroom History
May 2, 2017 10:00pm - 12:30am

Karen Carpenter: Best fog-related show ever. (11:47pm)

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