The Coronavirus forces SXSW to cancel. Natasha Leggero cancels a show so she can stay home with her child during the Coronavirus warnings. The Kids In The Hall are Back! Kevin Hart teaches us about money. Johnny Mac is still sticking up for Larry the Cable Guy, if that’s even his real name! Little Mac wonders if his dad knows who Sam Morill is. But fans of The Office should drop everything and google David Brent Rob Locke for a great Ricky Gervais related laugh.
Johnny Mac has two soap-boxes out today. One, the importance ad influence of SiriusXM’s Raw Dog Comedy circa 2004-2013. Then, why all the digs at Larry the Cable Guy? Plus, SXSW announces their comedy festival lineup, and Adam Sandler is going to be honored for his hilarious comedy songs. It’s the longest @DCNPOD ever!
Was Pete Davidson forced to apologize that time on Saturday Night Live? Jim Norton gets a great compliment from Ozzy Osbourne. And some silly ideas about The Simpsons.
The Trevor Noah is good but not THAT good that Johnny Mac mentioned it for two days. Oh yeah, the FRIENDS reunion is official. And a fun story from T.J. Miller.
Chris Rock crushed it at The Oscars, and Dave Chappelle explains how he got into the #YangGang
The Rock says, in an announcement, he has a new sitcom. Jim Gaffigan was hungry and got a restaurant recommendation. Talkin Pops is a new podcast about Parks & Rec. Johnny Mac is a big Bob Hope fan.
Shortly after learning of Neil Innes’ passing, Johnny Mac recorded this episode looking back at Neil’s work on The Rutles. Cheese & Onions, the Knicker Elastic King, and Get Up & Go….all absolutely brilliant.
Neil Innes, the “7th Python” and Ron Nasty from The Rutles has passed away at age 75. Neil contributed songs to Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and was the driving creative force behind the great Beatles mockumentary.
Bill Burr was pretty funny on Star Wars: The Mandalorian. The Vacation film franchise spins off The Griswolds. Mark Curry reportedly accuses Steve Harvey of joke theft.