All Things Ill-Considered's Robert Siegel (Eric Martin) interviews Frank and Sadie Doyle, the toasts of society's upper crust. And, oh yes - they see ghosts. It's a hilarious public radio parody featuring Paul F. Tompkins and Paget Brewster, and written by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and Eric Martin.
All Things Ill-Considered's Robert Siegel (Eric Martin) interviews Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars, and Croach the Tracker. This American Wife takes the wind out of public radio, with guests Marc Evan Jackson and Mark Gagliardi, and written by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and Eric Martin.
This American Wife's Eric Martin interviews Swiss surrealist artist H.R. Giger (aka "Hey, Really Giger") about love. Public radio gets taken down a peg in this hilarious sketch featuring Matt Gourley of the Superego podcast.
All Things Ill-Considered's Robert Siegel (Eric Martin) interviews acapella dubstep superstar Drillbit, and you won't believe your ears. Get ready for some sick drops and reasonable discussion, with Thomas Middleditch (starring in HBO's Silicon Valley).
This American Wife discovers what may be the Colonel's Original Recipe in an old trunk. Enjoy this public radio parody sketch from Eric Martin and This American Wife, featuring Eric Matt Gourley and Mark McConville of the Superego podcast.
In this segment from public radio parody show This American Wife, Todd Levin tells this story of an office email thread gone wrong. Featuring a passage from Vanity Fair humor writer Mike Sacks' collection of stories Your Wildest Dreams, Within Reason.