S2 E1: Crocodile Dundee convo with Andres Becerril
The Casa Bonita Podcast
This is season 2, episode 1, released on February 5, 2021. The first segment of today’s episode was recorded on December 3rd, 2020, and the second part was recorded on February 3, 2021. A lot has happened in the world since I started recording this episode. Today I’m sharing my conversation with local comedian, Andres Becerril. We rap about pop culture, podcasting, Crocodile Dundee, and of course everyone’s favorite Lakewood novelty restaurant, Casa Bonita. Then, I will introduce a new segment in which I will explore mental health hacks with my good friend and Lakewood-based health coach specializing in behavior change, Jennie Page. In this episode, Jennie and I talk about the vagus nerve. Jennie has a health coaching practice in an integrative medicine doctor’s office in Lakewood. Jennie offers a free 20-30 minute conversation with folks who are interested in exploring health coaching. The purpose of health coaching is moving forward and working in partnership with your coach (Jennie) to make changes in your life. To book a free consultation, call Jennie Page at 303-350-7990. The website for the office where she practices is oimcare.com, which stands for Osteopathic Integrative Medicine, again that’s www.oimcare.com. Anyone who dabbles in lots of projects (like I do) can understand the messiness of the creative process. Sometimes you want to make creative changes, sometimes your computer stops working, sometimes you burn yourself out on season 1 with weekly episodes and way too much editing and have to pare down in order to keep going. Truth be told, season 2 of the Casa Bonita Podcast is stylistically informed by all of these factors. This season will have some different sounds and vibes than what listeners of season 1 have grown accustomed to. Throughout Season 2 of the podcast, my awesome, smart, funny guests are going to help me reimagine some of our favorite movies as if they were set in greater Denver. Episodes will drop every other Friday. I had to stop releasing episodes every week, you guys, because this is not how I actually make money and I needed to slow the production pace. Speaking of money, the way I do actually make money is as a real estate broker and co-owner of Bluebird Real Estate Group, a boutique residential real estate brokerage serving the entire Denver/Boulder areas, with Offices in Lakewood and Longmont. I am the employing broker and I’ve been working in real estate for over 8 years! Bluebird is made up of 4 kick-ass agents and you can find us online at www.bluebirddenver.com. We are a growing brokerage, currently accepting experienced agents who want local support, competitive splits, and zero kool-aid. If you think you might be interested in joining us, check out our website, again that’s www.bluebirddenver.com. Are you a return listener of the show? If so, please consider writing a 5-star review of the Casa Bonita Podcast on apple podcasts or on our website, www.casabonitapod.com. Find Andres Becerril: Twitter: @bigbadbecerril --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/casabonitapod/message
#21) Comedians Andres Becerril and Jeremy Pysher (Hard Seltzers)
ROTATING TAP - CRAFT BEER AND COMEDY
This week we sit down with Denver’s biggest hard seltzer fans to discuss the market of seltzers, why breweries are entering the hard seltzer game, and crown a champion for best hard seltzer that we’ve had so far.
The grocery store is the most normal place of all.This week’s episode of the Schooling Noah Podcast features Andres Becerril. Andres is an essential worker and pretty high up on the ladder at the Aurora King Soopers. He is a shift manager at a grocery store. Considering the state of the world what with Coronavirus and all the variations of the Fast and the Furious movies, you can bet that Andres’ job is of the utmost importance. That’s why he’s here to school Noah and Aaron about grocery stores. Andres is not a fan of grocery stores. Grocery stores are incredibly filthy and the customers (AKA guests) are some of the most needy people in the whole entire store. That’s not to mention the employees. These people…have you seen these people? In addition to some of the bad things that happen in grocery stores (whether there’s a pandemic or not), Andres talks about some of the redeeming qualities of grocery stores. Sushi, cleaning, David with glasses at the front desk, and fixing problems for people who really need help (read: Noah). Andres spills it all, then wipes it up. Some of today’s talking points are Coinstar, Safeway’s chicken wing bar, finding love in quarantine, video rental and photo development. This episode also includes golden nuggets like Noah trying his new jokes, spending his $1200 stimulus, Chipotle ordering gone wrong, and sex ed. This is a fun episode and we are glad to continue producing the podcast while under lock down. Andres is a comedian based in Denver. He is co-host to two podcasts that are definitely worth checking out: Joke & Destroy (with Jeremy Pysher) and Los Chupacabros (with JD Lopez and Patrick Scott).
Date: 10-25-18. Andres Becerril is a local comedian in Denver and is always a performer to be on the look-out for. Josue Flores has put on many comedy festivals in the Denver area under his company, Goldfish Entertainment. He loves fish.
This week the boys have the darkly goofy and improvisational Andres Becerril on the podcast. They talk dating, shouldering burdens, and being broken adults. Find Andres on his own podcast - Joke and Destroy Thank you to Gila Teen for our intro and outro music. And, if you're in Denver, be sure to check out the Mutiny Information Cafe.
In this episode Andres talks about his start into stand up comedy and how he has become one of Denver's top comics. Take a listen and share with your friends! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iwishiwasdead/support