Deece is on the road with comedians, Sophie Thomi and Ronni Taylor, as they head to Pullman, WA, for a show. They talk about doing your longest set in comedy, hard time in jail, doing comedy high, and the mysterious places Sophie's family is from.
Comedian, Lucas Prahm, returns to the show, as they talk how porn has ruined us, masturbating to imagination, who would win in a freestyle battle, and having to be drawn in the nude.
Comedian, Tony Russell, returns to the show to talk about how Tremors is one of the best movies of all time, life as an action hero, arranged marriages, and the problem with teachers in Florida.
This week comedian, Devin Christain, is in studio to talk about going from acting to comedy, 23 year old grandpas, best songs to Scooter to, sex in public, and the correlation between PCP and superpowers.
Shades of Me artist, Brittany Trambitas, is in studio for an episode about what the American Flag on a truck is code for, disingenuous activism, what price you what put on your best friends life, and the first edition of Sophie Thomi's "Madlibs News".
Comedian, Harry Riley, returns to the show as they talk the evil that lurks in the hearts of birds, American flag based clothing, how we managed to survive the '80's, why everyone should avoid Helena, MT, and we play a round of "Your Shitty City".
Deva Bailey-Logan, from the art collective Shades of Me, joins the show for an episode the joys of Mexican stores, why no one likes camping, an update on gypsies, uninsured dicks, and the courtship of Deece's grandparents.
Comedian, Rob Wentz, joins the show for an episode about over helpful neighbors, how to best kill a deer, why you should start a bank in the ocean, and Deece wants to go on a murderous rampage.
This week we bring you the lost pilot episode to comedian, Michael Glatzmaier's, podcast. As the table's are turned and the other half of the Nearly Famous Duo interviews Deece about how to name a show, words you shouldn't use on the air, how no one else should start a podcast, and why everyone should visit Belize.For more great info visit The Social Hour.
This week Deece sits down one-on-one with musician, Willie Woo Styx, as they talk music, ways to stay motivated on the road, how you should start every relationship, the worst part of Spokane food, and why Deece should visit New York.
Comedian, Hannah Lunt, is on the show for an episode about if Alaska is real, where you can find a typewriter repair shop, at what point does a rock become a boulder, fighting robots, and we find out who on the show is OK with beastiality.
Zeastwood returns to the show to talk about his upcoming club mix he's dropping for spring. The gang also talks how Russia should get their act together, how well we know Eastern European geography, how all hipsters look the same, and what to do when strangers offer you meth.
Hip-Hop artists, ExZac Change & Matisse, are in studio to talk about their upcoming summer projects. The gang also discusses how to tell your friend you want to have sex with his girlfriend, bad band names, cheap child care, and why dragons are important.
Comedian at Spread Eagle Comedy, Chris Armi, is in studio for an episode about Jewish Twitter, bad dates, how long you should keep a shirt, whether Australia is an island or a continent, and what animals you could take in a fight.
Comedian, Sam Vidovich, returns to the show as they talk the difference between soup and stew, VR Porn, the new Twilight Zone show, what Elon Musk would be like as a villain, and the recent controversy surrounding condoms.
This week we bring you the episode of Art Hour from KYRS, hosted by Mike Malsam & Eric Woodward, with Deece & Phillip Kopczynski as guests.
Comedians, Lucas Prahm and Ronni Taylor, are in studio for a show about why asparagus will ruin your life, how Fox News discovered more Mexican countries, what makes a one hit wonder, and a titillating tale about a fish.
Comedian, Steve Johnson, is in studio for a very special episode. Listen in as they talk teaching kids comedy, why Mountain Standard time isn't real, giving animals drugs, Sophie raps, and a very sexy song about World War II pilots.