Dec 1, 2013

‘Twilight’ w/ Rachael Mason

Ranjit and Cody are dragged through the desolate desolation of Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' by Rachael Mason (Second City, our hearts). The good news is: everyone survived! The bad news is: this entire podcast is about the book 'Twilight' written by Stephenie Meyer! Somehow, this book was worse than a book about the Holocaust being caused by homosexuals. Listen along as Cody has a nervous breakdown under the realization that Stephenie Meyer has a career as an author.


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

Nov 16, 2013

‘The Most Beautiful Woman in Town’ w/ Bruce Jarchow & Mark Belden

Ranjit and Cody are joined by Bruce Jarchow (Second City, 'Ghost') and Mark Belden (Second City) to discuss the curmudgeonly genius of Charles Bukowski and his collection of short stories 'The Most Beautiful Woman in Town and Other Stories'. More specifically, we're talking about "The Most Beautiful Woman in Town", "Six Inches" (which made Cody VERY uncomfortable), "The Gut-Wringing Machine", and "The Beginner". Stick around after the closing song for a special Bukowski Bukowstreat (Cody apologizes for the pun).


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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Nov 1, 2013

Dr. Seuss LIVE! w/ Sherman Edwards, Nick Johne, Katie McVay, & Rebecca O’Neal

FINALLY! Our One-Year Anniversary LIVE episode is here! Live from Stage 773 in Chicago, Illinois, Ranjit and Cody are joined by comedians Sherman Edwards, Nick Johne, Katie McVay, & Rebecca O'Neal to talk about all things Dr. Seuss (specifically There's a Wocket in My Pocket, Green Eggs and Ham, Fox in Socks, and One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish). The audio isn't our normal quality on this one, but it turned out a lot better than expected. ENJOY!


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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Oct 16, 2013

‘Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition’ w/ Carey Callahan

In this episode, we have PIRATES and BUGGERY and LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE! Every little boy and girl's dream. Ranjit and Cody are also joined by Bay Area humorist and fantastic human being, Carey Callahan. You can find 'Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition' on Kindle and Amazon.


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

Oct 1, 2013

‘White Rabbits’ w/ Jill Bernard

This episode, Cody is down in Austin, TX at The Out of Bounds Comedy Festival sans Ranjit. He's joined by friend-of-the-show Peter-john Byrnes and this episode's guest, Minneapolis improvising guru Jill Bernard. We had a weird and fun time talking leprosy, the Blade trilogy, and tourism. You can find 'White Rabbits' on Kindle and Amazon as part of 'Weird Tales'.


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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Oct 1, 2013

‘Lyndon’ LIVE w/ Brandie Posey & Justin Davis

WE'RE LIVE at The Out of Bounds Comedy Festival in Austin, TX with Los Angeles's Brandie Posey and Austin's own Justin Davis to discuss David Foster Wallace (DFW)'s short story 'Lyndon' based loosely (but, how loosely?) on President Lyndon B. Johnson. Oh, I'm sure the Austinites'll love this.


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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Sep 5, 2013

‘Manhood Academy: Principles 101′ w/ Stewart Huff

This episode, Cody and Ranjit are joined by friend and comedic master, Stewart Huff to discuss, well... the universe. But, more specifically, they talk about partial taxidermy, feminism, and American history. You can find 'Principles 101' at ManhoodAcademy.com, however, beware... it's a really awful website.


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Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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Jul 29, 2013

‘The Last Feast of Harlequin’ w/ Michael Gellman & Tim Kazurinsky

Cody and Ranjit are overjoyed to be joined by the talented, worldly, intelligent, and oh-so-charming personalities of Michael Gellman and Tim Kazurinsky. They discuss the chilling, haunting, and just super weird tale of 'The Last Feast of Harlequin' by terror-master Thomas Ligotti. Listeners beware, you're in for a scare (and sexy voice contest)! The story can be found online, at the library, on Amazon, and in the shadows lurking just outside of your house.

Follow 'Tomefoolery' for information about upcoming episodes & books: @Tomefoolery and Facebook.com/Tomefoolery. Please feel free to rate and leave feedback on iTunes! Also, email us at Tomefoolery@gmail.com with any questions or comments. We love to hear from you!

Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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May 27, 2013

‘Who Goes There?’ w/ Casey Brown

Cody and Ranjit have friend, comedian, latter day Funmaker, and musician extraordinaire, Casey Brown over to discuss the creepy Campbell novella which inspired several movies including John Carpenter's 'The Thing'. We had a rocking good time, and we know you will, too! The story can be found online, on Amazon, and in the darkness of your psyche.

For more information on the Tomefoolery LIVE! episode, go here: https://www.facebook.com/events/126533580882665/

Follow 'Tomefoolery' for information about upcoming episodes & books: @Tomefoolery and Facebook.com/Tomefoolery. Please feel free to rate and leave feedback on iTunes! Also, email us at Tomefoolery@gmail.com with any questions or comments. We love to hear from you!

Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

Apr 25, 2013

‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’ w/ Mary Jo Bolduc

Cody and Ranjit are pleased to be joined by writer, improviser, actor, sketch comedian, and lady of the stage, Mary Jo Bolduc to discuss the foreshadowy nature of Flannery O'Connor. It was a hoot of semantics and game shows, the likes of which can be enjoyed by all! The story can be found online and also in short story collections available on Amazon.

Follow 'Tomefoolery' for information about upcoming episodes & books: @Tomefoolery and Facebook.com/Tomefoolery. Please feel free to rate and leave feedback on iTunes! Also, email us at Tomefoolery@gmail.com with any questions or comments. We love to hear from you!

Special Thanks to Olin Kidd for the logo design and Rob & John Scallon for the awesome theme song. More Scallon music can be found at youtube.com/RobScallon.

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