Sneaky Dragon Episode 289

by David Dedrick on June 17, 2017

Hola, Sneakers! This week on Sneaky Dragon, Ian and Dave start the show with a stammer; talk up Jack Benny; dis I’m Dying Up Here; pit burlesque against vaudeville; reveal there are two kinds of people in the world; promote Ian’s Kickstarter; fail trivia ; worry about Jim Carrey; explain that comedy is hard; hate on fake stand up; go to a sock hop; get a new work sport; hate vapes; hate change; have ceiling trouble; do bad British accents; mispronounce Hercule Poirot; write a murder mystery; make an early film appearance; get outraged at clickbait; feel sorry for Alec Baldwin; recommend Oh, Hello; visit the skuzziest 7-11; find no future for technocracy; and, finally, give advice to live by.

Thanks for listening.

The link to the Kickstarter campaign of which Ian is a part. You can click here.

As always, our contests and demands for your participation continue:

  1. Have some dinner with Ian and Dave, and, if you want, watch Sneaky Dragon being recorded. All you have to do is send us a little message that says, “I’d like to eat with you!” and Ian and Dave will treat you to an after-show meal at their favourite White Spot.
  2. Send us your story. That’s right. Just your story. If you need a prompt, Ian suggested “your secret origin” and Dave suggested “how how you found Sneaky Dragon” Please record a two to three minute story and send it to us via email (sneakyd@sneakydragon.com) or our Facebook page. Or Skype Sneaky Dragon and leave a message on our voicemail. David will add a playlist for your story as well.

Oh, I’m dying…

Oh, Rochester…

Oh, hello…

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Louise June 19, 2017 at 11:11 pm

I had the same initial impression of I’m Dying Up Here, but I did like Episode 3 a lot better. I’ll be interested to hear if you agree. I like the characters of the two young broke stand-ups from Boston best. They’re the comic relief of the show, strange as that might sound when it’s a series about stand-up comedians.

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Nigel July 4, 2017 at 1:23 am

I used to live up in Prince George. Driving on highway 97 and seeing the landscape change was cool enough, but going the Fraser Canyon was always a thrill. Such a beautiful area.

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