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Comical Radio is a weekly radio show broadcast out of the heart of NYC. Every week the cast gathers to tell funny stories from their dysfunctional lives and interview the biggest names in the comedy world. ComicalRadio.com.
Most Recent Episode
Supercute? You Guys Should Be Called Supersexy!
Jul 15 10
Luke Wherry called in to explain to us his brainchild, People of Walmart. Peopleofwalmart.com tries to summarize the American lifestyle in picture form so that our obesity can be broadcast worldwide. It also serves to encourage people to look in the mirror.Chester the Life Coach came in today to back up Danny Lobell and his decisions. And make inappropriate comments. And take a boob-grabbing photo of Intern Allison.Supercute was our very important underage guest today. Further proof of Danny's creepiness. Things got superawkward because having tweens and their rabid stageparents in the studio is never a good idea. Especially when said stageparents look practiced in Mixed Martial Arts. Then a crazy old man walked in and made things superduperawkward...oh wait! That was Pat Cooper.Graham Keay came on today to replace Chris Iacono. If this were permanent, our show would be a lot better-looking and a lot less cranky. Graham expressed his jealousy and desire to follow the Supercute model of existence and move back in with his parents. Recipe for success! Pat Cooper, dismayed by the presence of ukeleles, then told Graham that he may as well quit comedy. A word to the wise - start working when you're 13, or you will amount to nothing! Nothing, I tell you! If you didn't read that sentence in an old man voice, here it is again:Start working when you're 13, or you will amount to nothing! Nothing, I tell you!Pat Cooper is just full of very useful adages, including, but not limited to:- "If your mom puts your head in the oven, it means she loves you!"- "I'll let you know when you're a full-time Jew!"- "Do nothing for free!"Then we found out that Comical Radio ruined the daycare program occurring in our building. Pat Cooper's antics and sex talks were loudly broadcast to elementary schoolers for over an hour.