It’s a festive atmosphere in the hatch on today’s Professor Blastoff! Aaron apologizes for messing up his own half birthday, Tig considers having a party for her birthday, and they all wonder how Tig would behave at a bachelorette party. Then wunderkind comic/writer/actor and all around superman DC Pierson comes to the show. He talks about the writing process behind his new novel, Crap Kingdom, and also discusses how he gets so much done all the time. Tig talks about her upcoming memoir and they all chat about the ins and outs of writing including; fiction vs. non fiction, writing productively with so many distractions, and picking which parts to share from your own life. Plus some super sweet emails from fans! Enjoy.
It’s history for Totally Laime – our first ever 3rd time guest makes an appearance and does not disappoint! Author, performer, all-around great guy DC PIERSON stops by and talks reality tv, imaginary jobs, and getting bamboozled. Go buy his new book CRAP KINGDOM right now or you’ll be missing out big time! Enjoy!
Earwolf has a new show!
Check out the reality SHOW show, with hosts Hayes and Sean, two chilled out bros who love watching reality television. In this podcast they relive the past week’s best moments, and prove once and for all that reality doesn’t bites. Cool people and reality stars stop by to play games and dish on their favorite shows.
On today’s first episode, Drop That Little Bug, Sean and Hayes address the feelings they experienced watching this week’s singing competition shows. A segment of “Shark Tank” is analyzed via a game of Tanks But No Tanks. Hayes sits down for a pre-taped interview with Survivor producer Charlie Parsons. DC Pierson opens up about his affection for MTV’s Real World/Road Rules Challenge and helps crown this week’s reality GameChanger.
Comedian, author, and filmmaker DC Pierson finds Jake’s pop culture g-spot on today’s in-studio edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! DC talks about making a custom rap for anyone who pre-orders his new book Crap Kingdom, explains how his sketch comedy group Derrick had to play against themselves in an unreleased sports sketch web series, and tells us a story about conversations from the Work It writers room. DC & Jake look at some clips which include; Alfonso Ribeiro’s Hip-Hop starter kit, L’Trimm’s “Cars That Go Boom,” and The Smiths on a children’s television show.