Options Dinner at Andy’s with Ken and Andy: Playlist from February 23, 2011 Options

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The program formerly known as The Fuzzy Glove Hour, Whores, and The Happiness Hut. Ken and Andy, also known as The Enema Boys, further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards on a weekly basis. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)

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Options February 23, 2011: Live at The UCB Theater With Peter Stampfel, Jeffrey Lewis, Mike Sacks, Robert Galinsky and Nick the Bard

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Listener comments!

  6:01pm Danne D:

Hey everyone :)
  6:01pm John McCabe in L.A.:

hi Danne D
  6:02pm Everyone:

Straw, Danne
  6:04pm Lizardner Dave:

Gristeeds? Andy is originally from the NY area, right?
  6:04pm Robert:

Stealing gags from Irwin.
  6:05pm Citizen of Dubuque:

Let's get some pop in the Gristeeds over there.
  6:05pm Danne D:

John McCabe s'up :)
S'up Dave and Robert
  6:06pm Robert:

Or maybe I'm remembering wrong and Ken previewed that line about tunneling this AM.
  6:07pm Lizardner Dave:

Evenin' Danne. Another Wednesday night working late at the office with you and Ken and Andy. Someday by God I'll leave work early and get to the UCB theater in person.
  6:07pm Robert:

Anyway, what Andy must've meant is that being under a Gristedes is a class act compared to being under a Safeway or a Pathmark, etc.
  6:09pm Danne D:

I wish I'd have consulted this guy when I tried out for the second edition of The Mole :(
  6:10pm A. in Essex Co. NJ:

@Lizardner@6:04: He's from NJ, not NYC, ain't he? No Gris-TEE-dees in NJ. We got much better supermarkets out here, like ShopRite, w/out funny names.
  6:11pm Robert:

Oh yeah, no funny names...like Wawa.
  6:12pm Or:

Piggly Wiggly or Food Lion, further out from the city...
  6:12pm Danne D:

oh, I probably would be screwed anyhow...

actually I tried out for Deal or No Deal when ABC had the rights (brilliant folks over there making programming decisions). Anyhow, that was probably the one screen test I actually did good. The funny part was my friend and I had a fairly flimsy connection as these show go (we worked on a campaign at the same time and lived 3000 miles away) which compared to the compelling father/daughter combos didn't seem all that much to work with.

We had to screen test in front of the other folks (which they said was due to time but that was bullshit - they totally wanted us to audition in front of a room). Anyhow I recall hearing one of the other people mutter "that's fucking brilliant" and "how are we gonna follow that?" after we went which felt pretty good :)
  6:13pm monica:

Jorge from Groomer Has It used to give Butter her baths at NY Dog Spa before he hit it "big"!
  6:13pm Lizardner Dave:

No recognition applause for Nick the Bard?
  6:15pm Danne D:

Everybody on the line when I auditioned for The Mole basically looked like me - average high white male dark hair glasses.

My best chance might've been when I tried out for Weakest Link as I felt I had a "type" for that one as that show had a slot for "know it all prick" and I was able to play that convincingly.
  6:17pm Danne D:

This is awesome audition practice for these folks btw (doing it in front of a full room).
  6:18pm John McCabe in L.A.:

hey Nick do you still have that awesome WFMU smock
  6:18pm Coach:

Nick's gotta stuff the FUCKING FUMFERING.
  6:19pm Danne D:

yeah - the story itself is good. he needs polish though (but not too much polish)
  6:22pm Danne D:

Crap - this guy's reading the mandatory diary I had to keep during 4th grade (which basically was always a recap of that week's bowling league performance - until the teacher yelled at me anyway).
  6:32pm John McCabe in L.A.:

i'm the only listener in west hills CA i think
  6:34pm Happy Listener:

That was a great interview! I remember Crazy magazine, and it's mascot Obnoxio the Clown.
  6:36pm fleep:

how about Help! from the early 60s it was Harvey Kurtzman's mag
  6:38pm Robert:

He mentioned "Help!", several others i knew of, and a shitload I didn't.
  6:40pm Robert:

And all of it was to set up an inside joke in "Brazil".
  6:41pm Happy Listener:

Help!'s a little before my time - a 70s/80s kid, here.
  6:42pm kat330.tumblr.com:

McCabe, hey! I used to work in Chatsworth. Did you know of Learning Tree U. ?
  6:42pm Danne D:

They should have Julianne recreate the Nick The Bard story.
  6:47pm Or:

Just have her julienne Nick alive.
  6:47pm Happy Listener:

  6:50pm Happy Listener:

Wow, I just found a bunch of digitally preserved Help! mags. Awesome!
  6:51pm hank:

she's got web-toes
  6:54pm Lizardner Dave:

I like Jeffrey Lewis.
  6:55pm Happy Listener:

I really loved his History of Punk.
  6:57pm glenn:

robert, have you been to wawa?
  6:57pm Happy Listener:

...and this is a very cool history lesson, here.
  6:58pm Lizardner Dave:

Virtual recognition applause for History of Punk.
  6:58pm Lizardner Dave:

Shocked that Andy doesn't at least know "Kill For Peace". Seriously.
  6:59pm Danne D:

Have a good night everyone :)
  6:59pm Happy Listener:

  7:00pm Robert:

I've been to a Wawa, but I don't think I went in.
  7:01pm Fatal Flaw Found:

Julianne Moore never showed up! They didn't even plan having her!
  7:01pm Robert:

No, wait, I did, to buy a newspaper for a friend.
  7:02pm glenn:

wawa is a town in northern ontario, halfway between sault st marie and thunder bay.
  7:02pm Robert:

The the Fatal Flaw would've been if she'd actually shown up, no?
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