#210 Cordell Pace & Al Bahmani: People Without Friends Watching Porn
Pep Talks w/ The Bitter Buddha
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JOIN THE OFFICIAL BLOCKBUSTING FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/blockbusting/ Jay (@DietJay) and Al (@AlBahmani) discuss Flashdance, the '80s classic that's less of a movie and more of an extended music video that got panned by the critics but became a popular, Oscar-winning hit. Along the way, these Texan boys get stuck in a classic dilemma: does the fact that the plot is thin and the characters are thinner keep this movie from being worth a watch? OH WHAT A FEELING!
Rebecca and comedian Al Bahmani discuss The Bobbed Haired Bandit: A Story of Crime and Celebrity in 1920s New York by Stephen Duncombe and Andrew Mattson. Celia Cooney's four months of holding up Brooklyn deli's and almost the National Biscuit Company (while pregnant!) while her husband Ed drove the getaway car(s). It's expensive to be poor, the rise of women, Celia looks like a gremlin, being born in a basement, buying things on credit, Florida is nasty, there's no middle class left, infamy, and, oddly, the AIDS crisis. Find Al: @Albahmani AlBeGood & the pod's socials: #ComicsBookClub Twitter: ComicsBookClub FB: Comic's Book Club
THIS IS THE PILOT EPISODE!!! Our special Guest is Al Bahmani an amazing dude that does stand up in Los Angeles California, and is the Director of Operations for the True Crime Comedy Podcast Criiime. This show was inspired by MTV Cribs and Adventure Time / Rick and Morty, and was originally created by Jon Shefsky Tomashefsky for Patreon subscribers for the true crime comedy podcast Criiime. Artwork by Shefsky and Ryan J Ebelt from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Theme Song by Shefsky and Joel Joelberg Jimenez from Kill Tony at the Comedy Store Fantasy House is recorded at the World Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood California and Tigheland Studios in Burbank California.
Dani the douche and Povs the Puss interview Producer and Comic Al Bahmani. They embrace their new Italian gangster names and learn that producers sleep under the stairs! This weeks movie: A Bronx Tale.