My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM 464: Face 2 Face: Peace with the Ground-Children
June 19, 2019 10:33 AM - Subscribe

We bumped the Grand Ole Opry from the Ryman lineup to present our own twisted, skewed comedy to the fine folks of Nashville, Tennessee. It was a momentous show, if only for the fact that we finally struck an accord with the Sky-Warriors, and put a climactic end to our centuries-long, unbelievably costly battle.
posted by Tevin (10 comments total)
 
Oh my goodness -- a listener Q&A that was entertaining. Please, other podcasters, listen to these good good boys and learn from them.
posted by The corpse in the library at 1:41 PM on June 19 [2 favorites]


collapsed giggling in the middle of laundry-folding at Griffin's "This is some straight-up AO3 shit"
posted by Countess Elena at 7:59 AM on June 20 [2 favorites]


Oh, I really want additional updates on Tarzan Peepums from now until the end of time.
posted by meese at 2:57 PM on June 20


Yes! Let's get the grandkids' perspectives on it.
posted by The corpse in the library at 5:02 PM on June 20


I need to know what the tattoo looks like if it doesn't actually say Tarzan? Is it Johnny Weissmuller? Is it Disney Tarzan?

I am delighted that Clint goes by Peeps to his grandchildren.
posted by gladly at 10:25 AM on June 22


Please, other podcasters, listen to these good good boys and learn from them

It's genuinely impressive that they worked so hard to improve the segment from terrible to ok and then pushed on to make it actually good. Because people were prepared to forgive it, mostly, and that's the sort of thing that a lot of podcasters (understandably) let slide. I don't expect other podcasters to work as hard, because expecting people to bust their guts on what is usually, at best, a fairly low-margin side hustle wouldn't be fair. But I sure do appreciate it when people can and do!
posted by howfar at 1:25 PM on June 22 [2 favorites]


people were prepared to forgive it

Or skip it. Man it used to be bad. Even within the past year it’s prevented them from releasing live shows.
posted by supercres at 10:41 AM on June 23 [2 favorites]


(TBH I think this is what prompted them to remaster the segment. Each time it costs them probably, what, at least ten total recording and production hours for a week they thought they wouldn’t have to do?)
posted by supercres at 10:44 AM on June 23


I was at this live show! It was a lot of fun; they have great energy. They left out a bit about Travis having a dream that he thought should be an action-turned-police-procedural movie that was about a guy who can do super kicks and kicks somebody into pieces and then spends he rest of the movie dealing with the emotional consequences. Something like that. Would call it The Kick, I believe.

Sawbones and Shmanners were pretty great too. What a funny family!
posted by oomny at 1:16 PM on June 23


Oh my god, I can't believe I missed a long, drawn-out reference to The Slap, how dare they cut that out
posted by meese at 3:23 PM on June 23


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