We need to talk. Look: We’re sorry, and while we can all say that we’ve tried our best to make this work, it’s just that we’ve started college now, and it’s like everything is changing. We pierced our septum and started doing jello shots, for instance. That being said…maybe it’s best you see other musical comedy game shows. We need our freedom. It’s us, not you. We hope we can stay friends, because you mean so much to us please believe that always.
KIDDING! We’re not breaking up with you, and we hope you’re not dumping our sorry asses for some slick young Lakeview comedy laffity-laff troupe who goes around driving a red Trans-Am. Because that would crush us, and if something like that happened we’d do nothing but sit in our rooms hating you forever while eating bonbons and listening to Tori Amos.
Tonight’s Shame That Tune, in honor of Valentine’s Day, is all about break-up songs. So go to the Farmers Only or Christian Mingle websites, find a date, and attend our little show featuring these fantastic contestants:
Brian, Abraham, the Life Coach, and The Intern will all be there, and we hope you will be as well.
Robots that do your homework? An android Hank Williams Jr.in every home? Smartphones for to validate your fragile ego? What does the future hold….what does the future hold?
Let’s try and find out during our next installment of Shame That Tune. Travel through time and shame as we hear embarrassing tales from these contestants:
See you in the………near future!!!!
Lordy, lordy, look who’s 40. We are!
Aiieee, our aching backs! Turn down that infernal racket!
Dab a little Just For Men on your goatees and join us for our 40th Episode of Shame That Tune, as we celebrate this rite of passage into Middle Age through the magic of improvised songs and awkward interviews, as well as embarrassing tales from these three contestants:
Angela Vela from God, Sex, and Death Variety Hour
Kenny Witzgall from Cole’s Open-Mike comedy
Josh Zagoren from The Paper Machete
What a show, what a show. You sit in that bathtub, and we’ll sit in the other bathtub, and then we’ll join hands.
In tribute to the dearly departed Lewis Reed, who once invited us all to take a walk on the “wild” side, we are getting both wild AND crazy this month. Let these three INSANE(ly talented) contestants show you the way:
As Lew would’ve said, “Doo d’doo d’doo doo d’doo.”
We have a…Whopper of a show for you this month! Super-sized portions of shame and hilarity are on the dollar menu, as we, um, something about Baconators, with these three contestants:
Jason Earl Folks–stand-up comedian and improv performer
Nick Baer–writer and performer
See you there! And if you’re “maybe attending”….go eat a five-dollar footlong!