In this episode of The NotHans Podcast, George and I talk about mom’s stinky feet. George shares his impressions of a dinosaur, Stella, Dad, Mom, and a turtle.
George is 2 and he is taking over everything in the house. Now, it’s my podcast. He wanted to try out my new microphone – The HyperX QuadCast. The language get s a little blue towards the end. Enjoy George co-hosting The NotHans Podcast!
Wow! 10 years of The NotHans Podcast! In this episode, Hans’ mom drops in, we get political, Hans plays a classic standup comedy bit from 1997, and Hans reads some listener email. The episode is sponsored by Ted’s Burgers and Frank Dickens’ Petting Zoo.
I know, I have been slacking, multislacking (sorry Steve, I took it from you).
The good news is that I have written a few more episodes and will release another season of the podcast.
The demand is high. Well, I did get a message from Rusty asking for a new episode. So, I took that as a mandate from the fan(s).
I will be back on the mic in the next few weeks. Thanks for your patience, loyalty, and sarcastic comments.
While on the road, I caught the opening to a TV show on HBO about a former major league pitcher returning to his home town after getting to the top and sliding down to the bottom. It was late and had to get some sleep before work, but the show sucked me in. When the episode was over, I wanted more. Turns out the show I was watching was called, “Eastbound & Down” featuring Danny R. McBride as the baseball player that we follow during his cooping with living with his brother and teaching PhysEd at his old school. Danny McBride is someone that you might remember from classic parts in Pineapple Express, Hot Rod, Tropic Thunder, and All the Real Girls. In all of those movies he was my favorite part. I was so happy to discover his feature length indie comedy, “Foot Fist Way” — which solidified me as a hardcore fan and made me we want to see him in starring capacity vs. supporting a cast. My wish was answered with “Eastbound & Down”, a 30-minute TV show snuck onto a cable network without any warning. The first season is 6 episodes and really adds up to a movie with a great story, subtle dialogue, suggestive dialogue, steroid use, a titillating love interest, and of course pure comedic timing. The DVD of the first season comes out June 30, 2009 and can’t wait to see the whole thing in one sitting.
Thank you Danny McBride, thank you.
“No Clowns, No Crowns…”
Ted’s Burgers is the latest sponsor of “The NotHans Podcast”. Ted is all personality. Every burger comes with a story, some trivia, or a compliment. Skip the drive-thru and say hi to Ted. Check out his advertisement on Episode 22.
Spring is in the air at The NotHans Podcast. Huck got a change of water. Hans got some new white shoes to match his all-black outfits. On this week’s episode, Hans Scharler reads some listener email from Hannah from Great Falls, Montana and Stan Smartass gives us some Positive Harmony. This show also features a new sponsor, “Ted’s Burgers.”
This show features listener email, Frank Dickens Petting Zoo ad, and a classic clip of The NotHans Podcast. Hans Scharler discusses the new topless coffee shop in Maine — The Grandview — and explores his inner child with Positive Harmony. Hans is back in the saddle with a long over-due episode.
Every once in a while (Blackhawk) you have to stop and reflect on the amazing run that you’ve had. That reflection is this new episode of The NotHans Podcast. Hans Scharler explores the volumes of comedic work from the previous 19 episodes and shares his favorite clips and his inspirational moments, all to create a jam packed episode that will mark a watershed moment in podcasting. Does she still think about me? Every once in a while.
Yes, “Obama Nation” was decided to be the final episode of Season 2 of The NotHans Podcast. I will be back next year with an expanded format and brand-new episodes.
Everyone from The NotHans Podcast (Hans, Hans’ Mom, Huck Fin, Frank Dickens, and Stan Smartass) would like to thank our listeners, fans, critics, paypalers, emailers, and sponsors.
I will see you next year.
Hans “Short Pants” Scharler