TEASER - Patreon Episode #60 - "Gator" with Ian Ager
The Goods from the Woods
Hey y'all! This week on the Patreon, Rivers is hangin' out with comedian and all-around great dude Ian Ager to talk about Burt Reynolds' 1976 directorial debut, 'Gator'. This movie is free on YouTube and this episode is a hoot. Check it out! Follow Ian on Twitter @IanAger. Join the Tower of Power by signing up for our Patreon now for only $5 a month at https://www.patreon.com/TheGoodsPod
In this episode of Bleak in Review, Kevin kicks things off with chatter of cooking nerdism and shopping frustrations. Then, comedian Reed Brice (@thatreedbrice) joins the show for the first time to chat with Kevin about their new podcast Library Hours and the often overlooked benefits of ghosting. Then, technocrat Dr. Josh Mzrchmira (@IanAger) stops by to chat with Kev and Reed about the futures of human commoditization! Check out Library Hours here: https://open.spotify.com/show/0gbskQ9PTbDBIu3Xaw1kKb Check out the dang Bleak in Review Patreon for exclusive Kevin-based content here: http://patreon.com/bleakinreview
227: Let's Move Past It (w/ Ian Ager & Kevin Noonan)
Bleak In Review
Holy return-to-form for a new year, Bleakman! Kevin welcomes the listener to the dang year of 2021 in this intro with riffs on internet outage conspiracies and the death of MF DOOM. Then, comedian Ian Ager (@IanAger) returns to the show to chat with Kevin about 2020 productivity lessons, resolutions for the new year, and shady billboard placements. Plus, New Yorker film critic Gerry O-Toole (@KeviNoonan) joins the dang Zoom chat to talk about his favorite and least favorite pieces of cinema from 2020 and reveal a shocking scandal!
QUARANTINE QUICKIE #4: A Common Case of Feral Hounds (w/ Ian Ager)
Bleak In Review
Welcome to the first ever Tuesday installment of Bleak in Review! In this Quarantine Quickie, Kevin hypes up the new BLEAK IN REVIEW PATREON (https://www.patreon.com/bleakinreview) and discusses rotating roommate character profiles and grocery store inside trading. Plus, comedian Ian Ager (@IanAger) returns to the show as Kevin's first lockdown guest to chat about developments in the pandemic, shopping mishaps, and coping with the chaos through structure!Special thanks to Matt Brousseau (@CapitalCityInc) for providing additional content on this episode!Follow Kevin @KBAndersonYo and Bleak in Review @BleakPod!
206: Patron of the Sharts (w/ Ian Ager & Tommy Bowe)
Bleak In Review
This week on Bleak, Kevin talks to himself about hemorrhoids, his friend's wedding, and Gooigi. Then, comedian Ian Ager returns to the show to chat with Kevin about the dumbest ways he's ever hurt himself and live streamed bridge accidents in North Carolina. Plus, former voice of Diet Coke Robert Nickette returns to the show to chat with the boys about his new career in the world of audiobooks and introduce a terrifying new friend from the Light Web!
182: Big Duck Energy (w/ Katrina Davis & Ian Ager)
Bleak In Review
Take off your pants and jacket to Bleak 182! Matt and Kevin welcome the listener to this crucial installment with chatter of plane problems and crazy indie wrestling. Then, comedian Katrina Davis returns to the show to chat with the boys about terrifying technology, owning ducks, and the curious nature of friendship. Plus, the delightfully alliterative Dr. Dench Mantooth DDS stops by the show to talk about being an orc dentist and how he would approach orc representation in cinema. This episode is brought to you by Bob Dylan's Believaminophen!
Welcome back to Bleak in Spaaaaaace! This week, Matt and Kevin start a ProTools boycott and talk about the firing of James Gunn. Then, comedian Ian Ager returns to the show to dodge security questions, break down the longest amount of time he's gone wi...
Cody is joined by comedian, humor writer, and EMT Ian Ager to open up the magical chifforobe into the world of the Frasier EU. You can find your copy of the book online and in that weird transitional space where a dream starts turning into a nightmare. ’My Life as a Dog' by Moose and Brian Hargrove What can you say about Moose? a lovable canine? A consummate professional? A bright star in the Hollywood universe? Yes, you could say all those things. Or you could just say that he was the little dog that could. The little dog that never took no for an answer. The little dog that never said, "I can't," but always, "why can't I?" The story of Moose is a classic rags-to-riches story of how an average pound-bound puppy barked, jumped, and mugged his way up the ladder of success to become a major superstar. Not since Lassie has America cared so much about one of its four-legged creatures. At least, that's what Moose would say. I would say that working with that dog has been a nightmare. I had to be at his beck and call, any time, day or night. You don't know what it's like to get a call at three o'clock in the morning because "someone" has something he wants to add to the Frasier chapter. Did he think I had no life of my own? Or that I slept by the telephone waiting for him to call? Yes, he did. Because, like most uber-stars, he thought the world revolved around him. From the moment I committed to working with him on this book, it's been nothing but Moose, Moose, Moose. But I have to admit he's had a fascinating life. To be plucked out of obscurity and thrust into the limelight may be the dream of every actor in the world, but in reality it's more of a challenge than most people realize. It's hard not toget caught up in all the glitter and hype of Hollywood and completelylose sight of what's really important--family and friends. As egomaniacal as Moose is, he has never forgotten where he came from or taken for granted the fans that got him where he is today. He's a complex guy--selfish and independent, demanding and feisty, impatient and intense, arrogant and stubborn, and strong-willed. But heis also loving, caring, thoughtful when he wants to be, charismatic, funny, charming, and above all loyal. In short, Moose is a Jack Russell terrier with an attitude. Is there any other kind? Show Notes: Currently Reading: ‘Dune’ by Frank Herbert Topics: Jack Russells are live wires. Bred for speed, these little dogs are filled with energy and have lots of personality. Jack Russell's strong will and need for activity means they aren't for everyone but are good for families with older children. Follow TOMEFOOLERY for information about upcoming episodes & books: @Tomefoolery and Facebook.com/Tomefoolery. Please rate and review on iTunes! WEBSITE: http://Tomefoolery.com STORE: http://squareup.com/market/CodyMelcherEsq PATREON: http://patreon.com/CodyMelcherEsq FAN GROUP: http://www.facebook.com/groups/Tomefoolery
EP 95 - Soul Cancer (Live feat. Jeff May, Leah Kayajanian, Devan Costa, Joe Kaye & Ian Ager)
Support the show on Patreon: www.patreon.com/meanboysThis week’s segments include “Mexican Joke Off”, “New Names”, “Did The Die?”, "Porn or Yelp", and "The Tom Goss Lightning Round"Get on the email list and fill out our 2018 tour survey to help us plan our big dumb adventure:goo.gl/forms/DKxdxTPtzebqYFPG3Join the Mean Boys Celebrity Death Pool by emailing email@example.comGet the new Wu-Tang t-shirt and all our past designs on our new Tee Public page: www.teepublic.com/user/meanboyspodcastShop Sudio headphones and use promo code "MEANBOYS15" for 15% off all purchases: goo.gl/JWBAJKContribute to the Mean Boys wiki: mean-boys.wikia.com/wiki/Mean_Boys_WikiSend us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voicemail at (304) 805-6326We are proudly sponsored by Don Carlo's Taco Shop in La Jolla California (www.eataburrito.com)Follow our guest Joe Kaye on Twitter: twitter.com/joecharleskayeFollow our guest Ian Ager on Twitter: twitter.com/ianagerFollow our guest Jeff May on Twitter: twitter.com/heytherejeffroFollow our guest Leah Kayajanian on Twitter: twitter.com/leahkayjayFollow our guest Devan Costa on Twitter: twitter.com/devancostaFollow the show on Twitter: twitter.com/meanboyspodcastFollow Keith on Twitter: twitter.com/keithtellsjokesFollow Connor on Twitter: twitter.com/connormcspaddenFollow Tom on Twitter: twitter.com/gossgoss6Visit us on the web: www.meanboyspodcast.comLike us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/meanboyspodcastFollow us on Instagram: instagram.com/meanboyspodcastFollow us on Soundcloud: @meanboyspodcastTheme: I’ve Seen Footage by Death Grips (itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-mon…tore/id515449028)Buy Keith’s album (itunes.apple.com/us/album/forever-nap/id1105182043)Podcast logo by Luis Galvez: twitter.com/luiagal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ron and Ed talk to Ian Ager about his Nerd Goat, Booster Gold! Ian is a comedian and host of Jortz Center on Youtube. QUOTES OF THE WEEK: "It's interesting that you like the dicks" "He fights crime because it pays the bills and he has a really outlandish lifestyle" "Somebody got really high at the writer's retreat" "2005 Hyundai, not trying to brag" Please subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or any podcast app. Follow Bail Bonds Media on Instagram!