In this episode he speaks to us about his early days in New York City, how he leveraged his skills as a friend vampire to work his way into it’s dirty punk music scene, and how he found political comedy writing to be both inspiring and disappointing.
Darci introduces this episode as “Episode 12″ (whoops!) and Lisa starts to sing the Adam Sandler “Sloppy Joe” song (Whoops!) and we had a few technical difficulties that occasionally make it sound like we are interviewing a robot (PERFECT STORM OF WHOOPS).
But in the UNWHOOPS column, we invent a shot called the COULIER and we give you a little ear candy. The episode ends with a clip of “Prisons,” performed by Franky Pelvis and the Affections.
Or just download this episode: Episode 11.