Bumbershoot comedy is here and it is excellent.
HOW DID THIS GET MADE? LIVE
We welcome back Doug Benson as we talk about the Mt. Everest of “PERFECT” Bad Movies.
If you love movies with huge explosions, bar fights, and monster trucks, then you have to watch Road House immediately. Our first return guest, Doug Benson, joined us for this week’s How Did This Get Made? LIVE at Bumbershoot! We discuss everything from throat ripping to everybody going commando to the lack of any police involvement. That’s not all, we also open it up to questions to make sure we didn’t miss anything important in this amazing movie that even babies are sure to love.
HOW DID THIS GET MADE: LIVE in Seattle @ Bumbershoot
- Saturday - Super Mario Brothers w/ Jenny Slate
- Sunday - Road House w/ Doug Benson
- Monday - Cobra w/ Brian Poeshn & Rhett Miller
Don’t miss out on what is sure to be an amazing set of shows. Just look at those guests (and those terribly great movies).
Idea Channel asks “Is Nic Cage the Intersection of YOLO and Taoism?” Meanwhile, Read It and Weep, as part of their Bumbershoot debut, will review three of the action star’s “best works”: Wicker Man, Ghost Rider and City of Angels.
Jen Kirkman’s Stand Down story involves her hiding in a broom closet at the end of her set. So it’s fair to say it’s one of the worst.
Don’t miss the hilarious Jen as part of Paul F. Tompkins and Friends.
HOW DID THIS GET MADE finally got some Fan Art
Nice to see some other Bumbershoot favorites on here as well.
Over is over.
From the old Mr. Show official website.
One of our favorite comedians, Patton has a great story from Bumbershoot’s past.