July 21, 2022

The Clown & The Candyman


Mike Wells has been checking out a true crime podcast that might surprise you. Plus, Mike Shea just had an awesome show and at awesome venue out of town. Also, is Jimmy Carr the best there ever was when it comes to handling hecklers?

This week, Mike & Mike talk about:

  • Mike Wells' new favorite podcast.
  • Mike Shea's recent comedy trip.
  • Jimmy Carr vs. Hecklers
  • ...and so much more!

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.160 --> 00:00:02.480 I'll tell you the one time as a guy, told this other lady to 2 00:00:02.600 --> 00:00:06.160 shut up my joke. He turns, he's like, you need to shut 3 00:00:06.240 --> 00:00:09.160 up, oh, because she was getting piste, she was getting pissed. 4 00:00:09.199 --> 00:00:12.599 She's like, I'm in the military. I find that fucking hysterical because it's 5 00:00:12.640 --> 00:00:18.640 true. And I was like that's fantastic. That's the kind of ship you 6 00:00:18.640 --> 00:00:22.079 live for. That's a good ship, when someone heckles you, when somebody 7 00:00:22.079 --> 00:00:24.519 else in the audience is like no, you need to shut the funk up, 8 00:00:25.640 --> 00:00:27.760 because he was laughing at that. He turns, he turned into the 9 00:00:27.839 --> 00:00:31.480 clear his day. He's like, that ship's funny. I'm in the military 10 00:00:31.519 --> 00:00:39.159 and that ship's true. Welcome to the Basement Lounge podcast, a deep dive 11 00:00:39.200 --> 00:00:43.799 into current events, a comedic look at a serious world, posted by Mike 12 00:00:43.880 --> 00:00:53.399 Shay and Mike Wells. Just see this Craig Robinson thing? Yeah, he 13 00:00:53.479 --> 00:00:57.719 was like what else that it was. He was at a show done and 14 00:00:57.880 --> 00:01:00.039 somebody came in with the gun and they all I'm coming in early enough. 15 00:01:00.119 --> 00:01:03.840 They evacuated the place and start they still like shot up the Empty Club, 16 00:01:03.920 --> 00:01:08.519 I guess. Yeah, so I didn't know that part. Yeah, but 17 00:01:08.599 --> 00:01:11.680 they got everybody out. Um, I don't think anybody got hit. So 18 00:01:11.959 --> 00:01:19.519 but like, like, what the funk man? That's so like what, 19 00:01:19.920 --> 00:01:25.120 like, I didn't know they shot up the place. Yeah, I think 20 00:01:25.120 --> 00:01:29.560 that's what I read. Yeah, gunman opens fire at North Carolina Comedy Club 21 00:01:29.599 --> 00:01:38.079 featuring off the office coastar Craig Robinson. Um's good of the gunman entered the 22 00:01:38.120 --> 00:01:42.519 comedy zone and Charlotte and brandished the gun, demanding everyone leave the club audience, 23 00:01:42.519 --> 00:01:47.000 including Robinson, ahead of the next word. Venue for safety worce was 24 00:01:47.079 --> 00:01:52.560 canceled. The gunmen later randomly shot outside the club. No injuries are reporter 25 00:01:52.599 --> 00:01:57.599 and the gunman was arrested. What the fuck? What the fucking psycho Jesus, 26 00:02:00.599 --> 00:02:04.920 there's that shooting in Indianapolis. Them all, I think it was, 27 00:02:05.439 --> 00:02:09.560 but Um, like three people, something like that. Yeah, Um, 28 00:02:09.759 --> 00:02:15.080 there's so many shooting now because they said because he got shot by like some 29 00:02:15.199 --> 00:02:16.840 guy. Didn't he took him out, and everybody's like, Oh my God, 30 00:02:16.879 --> 00:02:19.800 gets smarre. That I was that's why people care guns. And I 31 00:02:19.919 --> 00:02:22.879 keep on saying and not in dating didn't matter because the good guys are there. 32 00:02:23.039 --> 00:02:27.840 When they brought up the four hundred cops that were president at Uvaldi and 33 00:02:27.879 --> 00:02:30.319 we're still standing out there for like over an hour, because that's it's wild. 34 00:02:30.560 --> 00:02:34.000 Oh yeah, I do, I do feel bad. So there's that 35 00:02:34.120 --> 00:02:37.360 COP, if the story is true, the COP that looked at his screen 36 00:02:37.360 --> 00:02:39.479 that had the punisher thing on it. But they only he looked at it 37 00:02:39.520 --> 00:02:44.280 was because his wife was the teacher. Yeah, they got killed. I 38 00:02:44.319 --> 00:02:47.879 didn't get as upset about that. Like you don't know what he was looking 39 00:02:47.879 --> 00:02:51.199 at his phone for. Yeah, and that's he's probably seeing. If his 40 00:02:51.319 --> 00:02:54.560 wife said seeing that or getting updates from you know, I'm sure they were 41 00:02:54.560 --> 00:02:59.080 probably maintaining some amount of they communicate with each other using those like. Like 42 00:02:59.199 --> 00:03:01.599 he could have been looking at does the punisher logo a good look? No, 43 00:03:01.759 --> 00:03:05.599 but we can be looking at his phone for any reason exactly, and 44 00:03:05.599 --> 00:03:07.800 I was kind of kind of pissed about that. I was like, no, 45 00:03:07.120 --> 00:03:10.560 if you watch the video, he's really like yeah, it's it's not 46 00:03:10.639 --> 00:03:15.639 like there's there are so many other things about that day to be upset about, 47 00:03:15.680 --> 00:03:17.919 that's not one of them right now. And then he find out that 48 00:03:17.960 --> 00:03:22.800 his wife's the one got killed in that Ye know that. Fuck it. 49 00:03:23.000 --> 00:03:27.639 Yeah, I mean there's a lot of other reasons about that day to be 50 00:03:27.719 --> 00:03:32.840 upset. A COP checking his phone for any given reason is not one of 51 00:03:32.879 --> 00:03:38.240 those things to be upset about. Um, yeah, so, Jesus, 52 00:03:38.240 --> 00:03:42.360 what a fucking week agoin Um and hey, but hey, you didn't cause 53 00:03:42.439 --> 00:03:45.360 this one. You didn't say anything about. I was like, Dude, 54 00:03:45.360 --> 00:03:50.560 I'm so glad it's not happening live. That's kind of thinking about. Yeah, 55 00:03:51.240 --> 00:03:53.879 Um, else has been going on? You Watch the stranger things. 56 00:03:54.000 --> 00:03:58.240 I almost finished the season two are right. Okay, I'm four episodes into 57 00:03:58.280 --> 00:04:00.960 season one. I told myself I was going to do like two a week 58 00:04:00.560 --> 00:04:04.159 to kind of place myself and not. I fucking love it so much. 59 00:04:04.199 --> 00:04:08.479 It's so like eighties and as Solgia the first season. Yeah, that's why 60 00:04:08.479 --> 00:04:11.000 I love it. It's it's I mean it opens with these kids playing D 61 00:04:11.080 --> 00:04:14.280 and D, which I'm all about, and they got the eighties right because 62 00:04:14.280 --> 00:04:17.439 they remembered just how beige and yellow the eighties were. Yeah, but it 63 00:04:17.519 --> 00:04:19.800 was like season two, like the first couple of sides season two. Like 64 00:04:19.800 --> 00:04:23.199 I get why people don't like it and I get that, but like I'm 65 00:04:23.199 --> 00:04:27.040 like watching it more like I'm almost finishing like this is actually good. I've 66 00:04:27.040 --> 00:04:29.480 heard him mixed. I've heard some people say they didn't like season two, 67 00:04:29.519 --> 00:04:31.199 but most people have said they actually really liked it. So I think it's 68 00:04:31.199 --> 00:04:35.120 just I don't know, I don't know why people the first couple episodes, 69 00:04:35.360 --> 00:04:39.759 yeah, but then like I get why they're but then, like I'm watching 70 00:04:39.800 --> 00:04:41.680 it, I'm like, I'm looking at it. was like white people hate 71 00:04:41.680 --> 00:04:44.480 this. I'm like watching, like you kind of have to have especially if 72 00:04:44.480 --> 00:04:46.439 you realize it's supposed to be five season long. So it's like, is 73 00:04:46.439 --> 00:04:49.000 it only going to go to five season? They said five season, like 74 00:04:49.399 --> 00:04:53.279 they thought they could fit everything in four, but then they realized they couldn't, 75 00:04:53.560 --> 00:04:56.920 even with two and a half hour long episodes, and season four realized 76 00:04:56.959 --> 00:05:01.480 fives to last. I had heard that it was that either four or five 77 00:05:01.600 --> 00:05:04.839 was going to be the last one. It's kind of perfect amount for any 78 00:05:04.879 --> 00:05:09.959 series. It's any any show that goes. If you get three or more 79 00:05:10.000 --> 00:05:13.120 seasons out of a show, you've done well. Yeah, I mean that's 80 00:05:13.240 --> 00:05:15.319 yeah, so I feel like you've got plenty of character arcs you can complete 81 00:05:15.319 --> 00:05:19.399 and yeah, it's the great stories. But while I was watching, I'm 82 00:05:19.439 --> 00:05:24.240 like sitting there and like these are kind of make and the grand scheme of 83 00:05:24.279 --> 00:05:26.839 things that you know that's supposed to be like five season long. Now you're 84 00:05:26.879 --> 00:05:30.759 like Oh, like you kind of have to do what they're doing in this. 85 00:05:31.199 --> 00:05:34.399 Well, like Jon Favreau said that he they have a plan for how 86 00:05:34.439 --> 00:05:38.720 many seasons the Mandalorian's gonna have. They have, but they have an endpoint 87 00:05:38.720 --> 00:05:43.680 in mind. They've always had like, I guess the the brothers for stranger 88 00:05:43.720 --> 00:05:46.399 things have had like am they knew exactly how to tell the story. They 89 00:05:46.439 --> 00:05:49.519 used to know how long it would how many seasons it would take the story. 90 00:05:50.000 --> 00:05:54.319 So they've always had the plans in stay one and so they thought they 91 00:05:54.360 --> 00:05:58.079 could do it in four and they realized how long the episodes were and they 92 00:05:58.079 --> 00:06:00.240 could. They said technically they would have finished, they could have finished it 93 00:06:00.279 --> 00:06:03.600 for but it would not be exactly the way they wanted to finish it. 94 00:06:03.879 --> 00:06:09.839 And it's it's like one of the top three streaming shows into the world. 95 00:06:09.920 --> 00:06:13.399 So netflix is probably just like do what you gotta do, because they're gonna 96 00:06:13.439 --> 00:06:15.560 be mad when it's gone anyway, because you know it's they're gonna but I 97 00:06:15.600 --> 00:06:18.399 mean it's gonna get a lot of rewatchability, but you know, it's not 98 00:06:18.439 --> 00:06:21.959 going to have that new episode hype anymore. Yeah, and the one of 99 00:06:23.000 --> 00:06:27.519 that's gonna be very much Um. They they're doing their own thing now too, 100 00:06:27.879 --> 00:06:30.199 like they created like their own like they're like a spinoff of it, 101 00:06:30.360 --> 00:06:32.560 like world of it. I can't I don't know. I'm not like that 102 00:06:32.600 --> 00:06:36.519 big in the stranger. I'm getting there. I mean, I love season 103 00:06:36.519 --> 00:06:40.759 one, so I was just like okay, and in season two I started, 104 00:06:40.839 --> 00:06:43.160 I was like like the first couple episode, but then so much other 105 00:06:43.160 --> 00:06:46.839 ship came out. That's that's why it took me so long to get around 106 00:06:46.839 --> 00:06:48.319 to it, because every time I would go to watch it, there was 107 00:06:48.360 --> 00:06:51.399 something else that had new ship on that I was already invested in. Also 108 00:06:51.439 --> 00:06:55.240 makes me wonder what the fun was I doing during Covid and didn't watch strange 109 00:06:55.240 --> 00:06:59.279 you know, like that. I'm like, well, what they did do 110 00:06:59.680 --> 00:07:01.600 covid? Like I did not watch this ship. But I also think like 111 00:07:01.600 --> 00:07:05.839 I've watched a lot of ship since covid. It just I actually when I 112 00:07:05.920 --> 00:07:09.519 had covid, when I got caught up on a lot of things I hadn't 113 00:07:09.519 --> 00:07:13.720 seen yet, I rewatched parks in wreck, like why? Oh, I 114 00:07:13.759 --> 00:07:16.959 know, I'm I'm I've rewatched so many things, but I've also watched a 115 00:07:17.000 --> 00:07:19.560 lot of new ship I still haven't watched the umbrella academy yet. I still 116 00:07:19.560 --> 00:07:24.800 gotta Watch Cobra Kai watched. I know. I cannot wait for season. 117 00:07:24.839 --> 00:07:27.800 The new season comes out, I think in September. I'm like so excited, 118 00:07:28.199 --> 00:07:30.319 so excited. New Season of Harley Quinn's coming out soon, which I 119 00:07:30.319 --> 00:07:33.560 can't fucking wait for. It looks so good. Dude, do you know 120 00:07:33.680 --> 00:07:36.680 you still watch Harley Quinn yet? Have you? It's so fucking funny, 121 00:07:36.720 --> 00:07:40.639 man, it's fucking great. No, I haven't. I haven't, I 122 00:07:40.639 --> 00:07:43.560 haven't. I needed to watch this marvel. Yeah, yeah, there's marvel. 123 00:07:43.680 --> 00:07:46.959 Just ended. It's and I will say of all the Disney Marvel shows, 124 00:07:47.000 --> 00:07:51.839 I think it had the best finale because, like, I really liked 125 00:07:51.920 --> 00:07:57.040 moon night, but the finale felt rushed. All the finales have kind of 126 00:07:57.040 --> 00:07:59.720 felt rushed, like I feel like they could have used like one more episode 127 00:07:59.800 --> 00:08:03.920 or longer episode. Miss Marvel A. I thought the finale did a really 128 00:08:03.959 --> 00:08:07.360 good job, but also, like there's a lot of things that come up 129 00:08:07.360 --> 00:08:11.160 in the show that like and I I was a pretty good history student, 130 00:08:11.199 --> 00:08:16.040 that I just never learned about in high school and college about because it's about 131 00:08:16.040 --> 00:08:20.279 a Pakistani Muslim family and there's stuff about that group of people seated in the 132 00:08:20.399 --> 00:08:24.040 in the World War Two air time that I just never knew about. So 133 00:08:24.240 --> 00:08:28.199 there was a lot of it was a big learning experience because it was it 134 00:08:28.279 --> 00:08:30.600 was really good. Also, some ship gets teas in the finale. That 135 00:08:31.279 --> 00:08:33.960 makes my skin tingle. Yeah, apparently like they said one word or something 136 00:08:35.000 --> 00:08:37.440 like that. That's kind of changes like every they really fucking did. It's 137 00:08:37.480 --> 00:08:41.039 a word in a sound tag. Is a word in a sound bite. 138 00:08:41.080 --> 00:08:43.440 That happens and I sat the funk up on the couch. I was like 139 00:08:45.039 --> 00:08:48.039 what Huh? Do that again. I had to rewind it like three times 140 00:08:48.080 --> 00:08:52.440 make sure it wasn't that completely changes. Every change is fucking everything. That's 141 00:08:52.440 --> 00:08:58.600 really fucking messed up and it's so good. One it's like one word because 142 00:08:58.639 --> 00:09:01.840 it changes because they've already I don't know a lot about the character from the 143 00:09:01.879 --> 00:09:07.080 comics. I didn't. She's a fairly new in the last decade character Um 144 00:09:07.080 --> 00:09:11.200 that I haven't read. So I know they've changed because they changed her powers 145 00:09:11.240 --> 00:09:15.240 for the show and they've changed her. But now they've officially changed her origin 146 00:09:15.320 --> 00:09:20.759 for the show and the change they've made is like like the future of the 147 00:09:20.919 --> 00:09:26.279 M C U has forever changed. Now it isn't like I think Lokey isn't 148 00:09:26.279 --> 00:09:28.440 like mutant. I mean, I don't want to say if you haven't seen 149 00:09:28.440 --> 00:09:33.639 it yet, but let's just they say, they say the word mutation. 150 00:09:33.679 --> 00:09:37.759 Um, have you seen doctor strange too yet? Not yet. Okay, 151 00:09:37.240 --> 00:09:43.720 there's a soundbite you hear both in doctor strange too and in Miss Marvel that 152 00:09:43.840 --> 00:09:46.919 makes you go, I'm sorry, what now? Um, and they got 153 00:09:48.000 --> 00:09:52.279 to go that route. Well, and the thing is San Diego comic cons 154 00:09:52.360 --> 00:09:56.840 this weekend and Marvel has already said they have a huge presentation coming. So 155 00:09:58.519 --> 00:10:03.080 they're probably gonna start are dropping some ship, because the current rumor is that 156 00:10:03.200 --> 00:10:07.519 Tony Star, who plays homelander and the boys, the rumor is that he's 157 00:10:07.519 --> 00:10:11.879 going to be UH, Dracula in the blatant movie. Yeah, that's what 158 00:10:11.120 --> 00:10:13.559 that's what I heard, which on all four. I'm all four, especially 159 00:10:13.559 --> 00:10:18.159 after the season of the boys. The thing is with him, though, 160 00:10:18.200 --> 00:10:20.000 is he's like tiny in real life. He's not a big dude now. 161 00:10:20.039 --> 00:10:24.000 So it's like they make him look really big. See the video him wearing 162 00:10:24.039 --> 00:10:28.679 the heels. There's there's a picture on instagram of him with these massive, 163 00:10:28.720 --> 00:10:31.840 like fucking platform heels. Well, he's not to like bulky. Yeah, 164 00:10:31.879 --> 00:10:35.000 he's. No, he's not a big dude. He's a very to use 165 00:10:35.039 --> 00:10:37.360 a comic book term, he's a very mild man. I mean it really 166 00:10:37.440 --> 00:10:41.679 is Clark Kenton Superman. Yeah, it's it is odd to see him because 167 00:10:41.720 --> 00:10:43.600 you're like, because they film him so well, that suit makes him look 168 00:10:43.639 --> 00:10:48.080 like he got, he's got, he's and you never see him out of 169 00:10:48.080 --> 00:10:50.320 it. He's always gone it all. So it's like man, this guy's 170 00:10:50.320 --> 00:10:52.879 a big motherfucker. Then you see him in real life you're like what the 171 00:10:52.000 --> 00:11:00.000 fuck? Catfish? He's also like like because because so, like so seasons, 172 00:11:00.000 --> 00:11:01.360 you've got nominated for an emmy. This season came out too late, 173 00:11:01.440 --> 00:11:05.279 so it'll be next year. But I mean he needs every fucking emmy nomination. 174 00:11:05.480 --> 00:11:07.720 He was so good this season. Do you want to catch even though 175 00:11:07.720 --> 00:11:13.679 I've seen like every possible I know, but like like just the episodes in 176 00:11:13.720 --> 00:11:18.039 general, I mean this was like as of right now, I think the 177 00:11:18.080 --> 00:11:22.399 boys season three is the best thing streaming right now, hands down, and 178 00:11:22.440 --> 00:11:26.960 I say that having not watched stranger things season four yet. But it was 179 00:11:26.039 --> 00:11:30.639 that good. The writing was that good. Um, the acting was that 180 00:11:30.679 --> 00:11:33.279 good. I mean Jensen eccles crushed it. He was really good. It 181 00:11:33.320 --> 00:11:35.960 was, it was, it was a good it was a good uh. 182 00:11:35.519 --> 00:11:39.320 It's been a good year for streaming and TV so far, more streaming than 183 00:11:39.360 --> 00:11:43.879 TV. But yeah, no, I need to watch so much ship, 184 00:11:43.919 --> 00:11:48.240 but I want to finish stranger I'm gonna do stranger things and then I'm gonna 185 00:11:48.320 --> 00:11:54.480 do as soon as I finished stranger things, I'm gonna Watch fucking doctor strange. 186 00:11:54.679 --> 00:11:56.519 Saying Gee, I got so much ship. I know it's a lot, 187 00:11:56.679 --> 00:12:00.480 and that especially since you have a kid. Now, as see the 188 00:12:00.519 --> 00:12:01.559 point they're right now. This is like a like I said, this is 189 00:12:01.559 --> 00:12:05.480 almost like a chore. No, it's. Yeah, it piles up to 190 00:12:05.480 --> 00:12:07.639 the point where, like, like what got me caught up was having covid 191 00:12:07.639 --> 00:12:11.399 at the end of last year. I watched so much ship when I had 192 00:12:11.600 --> 00:12:18.480 I just got catch covid. I guess I don't want to catch covid now. 193 00:12:18.559 --> 00:12:22.039 You can rep the basement lounge out in public by checking out some of 194 00:12:22.039 --> 00:12:26.000 the merch that we have available on our website. Just go to tbl pod 195 00:12:26.159 --> 00:12:33.159 dot net slash store. That's tbl pod dot net slash store, and check 196 00:12:33.159 --> 00:12:35.320 out some of the t shirt and other merch designs we have for you, 197 00:12:35.639 --> 00:12:39.320 featuring our logo, some of our favorite bits, as well as a homegrown 198 00:12:39.399 --> 00:12:43.720 humor official t shirt as well. Once again, just go to t b 199 00:12:43.960 --> 00:12:46.960 l pod dot net slash store and check out some of the cool merch we 200 00:12:46.960 --> 00:12:52.639 have there for you. Now I listened to this podcast called the clown and 201 00:12:52.679 --> 00:12:58.320 the candy man. That fuck because I had to take my mom with the 202 00:12:58.320 --> 00:13:01.639 Cleveland and it's like a three and a half hour drive back and from and 203 00:13:01.639 --> 00:13:05.320 then like they're like half hour four five minute episodes. is like six, 204 00:13:05.720 --> 00:13:11.840 almost six hours long, six eight hours long. It's about child pedophilia and 205 00:13:11.919 --> 00:13:16.480 like the connections in the seventies. It's fucking I don't know if you can 206 00:13:16.480 --> 00:13:20.240 put up the synopsis. What's clown in the candy man or the Candyman in 207 00:13:20.240 --> 00:13:28.840 the clown? Clown of the Candy Man. It's a TV show? No, 208 00:13:28.000 --> 00:13:37.000 it's a podcast. Oh, clown of the Candy Man Podcast, I 209 00:13:37.039 --> 00:13:41.240 guess is that. Yeah, Dean Coral and John Wayne Gaze, you found 210 00:13:41.360 --> 00:13:45.080 really murder sixty teenage boys the police and the murders were the work of the 211 00:13:45.120 --> 00:13:48.919 soul racials for the first time, while they were actually connected by network of 212 00:13:48.960 --> 00:13:52.600 pedophiles which is partially financed by holy ship. And like do you like listen 213 00:13:52.639 --> 00:13:56.279 to this? You know, like this is wild. Is this like some 214 00:13:56.440 --> 00:13:58.879 Epstein level ship? Yeah, because there's that, there is a pedophile island, 215 00:14:00.600 --> 00:14:01.840 like it was. And my mom, like I'm listening to my mom 216 00:14:01.919 --> 00:14:03.480 was like, yeah, I remember that when I was a kid, like 217 00:14:03.519 --> 00:14:07.159 I remember that on the news. Yeah, like I was like what, 218 00:14:07.200 --> 00:14:11.480 that was a thing. Yeah, Holy Shit, Holy Shit, I'm gonna 219 00:14:13.039 --> 00:14:16.799 download this on my phone. It's so good. My friend told me not. 220 00:14:16.919 --> 00:14:18.039 She told me not to listen to it like all the time because it's 221 00:14:18.120 --> 00:14:22.159 kind of messed up, but I listened to it like the entire thing. 222 00:14:22.200 --> 00:14:26.120 I got it finished. It is really fucked up, but it's like it 223 00:14:26.279 --> 00:14:31.440 is very much some Epstein type ship and like they basically the goal of it 224 00:14:31.480 --> 00:14:35.159 is like it starts out with like these murders. That happened like literally first 225 00:14:35.200 --> 00:14:39.440 episode. This guy kills like twenty seven boys Oh my God, that the 226 00:14:39.440 --> 00:14:43.879 first guy they mentioned. H Dean Coral. Yeah, have you ever heard 227 00:14:43.879 --> 00:14:48.000 of that name before? Never heard of it. He's literally killed twenty seven 228 00:14:48.000 --> 00:14:52.960 boys. You never heard of that name as a serial killer anywhere. He's 229 00:14:52.960 --> 00:14:56.080 not even top two here. Like I watched, like most people, like 230 00:14:56.120 --> 00:15:00.360 a lot of white people, I watched a lot of apparently it was like 231 00:15:00.399 --> 00:15:03.080 the first one that was like really big, like it was serial killed in 232 00:15:03.080 --> 00:15:07.399 Texas in the seventies, I want to say, and Um, like they 233 00:15:07.399 --> 00:15:11.759 found twenty seven, I think twenty seven bodies. Oh my God. And 234 00:15:11.799 --> 00:15:15.720 it's like you're like and then they kind of like they bring that up and 235 00:15:15.799 --> 00:15:20.960 like like how this this connection between them and gay see and all this other 236 00:15:22.000 --> 00:15:26.080 stuff and this one guy that's like it. You're like, Huh, I've 237 00:15:26.120 --> 00:15:31.320 never heard of any of this. It's like it's very like what the Candy 238 00:15:31.360 --> 00:15:33.200 Man Known as the Candy Man in the Pied Piper? I've never heard. 239 00:15:33.679 --> 00:15:37.279 I've never heard of this dude. I've never heard that dude either. So 240 00:15:37.320 --> 00:15:39.480 I was like where is this guy? I mean John Wyn Gazy? Obviously 241 00:15:39.519 --> 00:15:46.000 everybody's heard of yeah, but yeah, there's the I'm looking at the media 242 00:15:46.080 --> 00:15:48.480 references. There was stuff based on him, but I've never heard of these 243 00:15:48.519 --> 00:15:52.759 things. Um, I never heard of it. I've never seen the crime 244 00:15:52.799 --> 00:15:58.399 thriller series. Mind Hunter had an episode. I don't remember Mine Hunt in 245 00:15:58.440 --> 00:16:04.559 mine hunters, I don't either. This is one episode. Um. And 246 00:16:04.559 --> 00:16:11.279 then in the second season, I didn't want a second season. Um, 247 00:16:11.559 --> 00:16:15.799 dude, it's yeah, it was during the second season. Um, you. 248 00:16:15.879 --> 00:16:18.240 I've never heard of this guy. That's crazy. It's a whole other 249 00:16:18.360 --> 00:16:23.200 level, like almost d yeah, oh, Gotcha, because I d I 250 00:16:23.240 --> 00:16:26.720 mean that's that's their ship, that's their I d s all about that stuff 251 00:16:26.960 --> 00:16:30.840 and like. But like you like it. I honestly believe it was like 252 00:16:30.879 --> 00:16:36.600 a huge network. Oh, totally from like this and like, because there's 253 00:16:36.600 --> 00:16:38.440 no such thing as the Internet. So it was like literally hugely. They 254 00:16:38.480 --> 00:16:41.320 all, I think they all knew each other some way. They were incorporated 255 00:16:41.399 --> 00:16:45.559 one there were there were whole story arcs on law and order about. Yeah, 256 00:16:45.600 --> 00:16:49.840 there's these pedophile networks because they it's like a it's like an underground network 257 00:16:49.879 --> 00:16:55.039 because they don't want to be on the Internet necessarily because they know they can 258 00:16:55.120 --> 00:16:59.320 be tracked and shipped. So it's all word of mouth and funked up ship 259 00:16:59.399 --> 00:17:02.720 like that. And there's this one part about ten days, eight days or 260 00:17:02.759 --> 00:17:06.799 ten days in December. So good about John Wayne Gacy? They didn't. 261 00:17:06.799 --> 00:17:10.440 They don't really talk about ever in any is. Like apparently I don't. 262 00:17:10.440 --> 00:17:12.240 I haven't watch a lot, but apparently they've said there's not a lot about 263 00:17:12.240 --> 00:17:17.920 the ten days before he gets arrested. Yeah, there's not a lot about 264 00:17:17.960 --> 00:17:22.759 it because it's it's and it's wild in a way. Um, but yeah, 265 00:17:22.759 --> 00:17:26.400 I'm sitting there and like by the end of this I'm like, yeah, 266 00:17:26.400 --> 00:17:27.680 they all had to have known each other, like they all had to 267 00:17:27.680 --> 00:17:30.200 have known each other like in some way, shape orform. They're all running 268 00:17:30.240 --> 00:17:36.039 the same networks. Um, and it gets interesting because, like, when 269 00:17:36.119 --> 00:17:38.880 you start listening to it, every single time they arrests main dude, right, 270 00:17:40.359 --> 00:17:44.839 that keeps on getting out of prison in jail. That's like they can't 271 00:17:44.839 --> 00:17:48.440 really get because, like the laws back then were way different. He never 272 00:17:48.440 --> 00:17:52.119 really they never have him killing anybody. But you're like, but like he 273 00:17:52.160 --> 00:17:56.559 had this like every sometime they rest him, they have this card catalog of 274 00:17:56.680 --> 00:18:00.920 notes with people's names on it and everything, and every single time they arrested 275 00:18:00.079 --> 00:18:06.079 it disappears and they've arrested like six or I think five or six different times. 276 00:18:07.400 --> 00:18:14.039 Confessed to like killing like thirty. He doesn't. He doesn't. He 277 00:18:14.079 --> 00:18:15.880 confesses to some of them and not all of them. He's like some of 278 00:18:15.880 --> 00:18:18.640 these are me, some of them aren't. And then you find out one 279 00:18:18.680 --> 00:18:25.240 of the dudes is like one of the guys was involved in the pedal file 280 00:18:25.319 --> 00:18:30.759 island part with the dude in jail and they and then the one and then 281 00:18:32.160 --> 00:18:33.880 this and the one guy with like the index cards. They lived in the 282 00:18:33.920 --> 00:18:37.880 same area for a little bit as gay cy and gay cy hired the one 283 00:18:38.119 --> 00:18:45.599 dude because gay cy was a construction owners on construction comp hired him to work 284 00:18:45.680 --> 00:18:49.440 for him one summer and like he I mean like he admits that some of 285 00:18:49.480 --> 00:18:55.000 the killing has been all of them, and you're like what? You're like, 286 00:18:55.160 --> 00:18:56.680 well, maybe maybe he mean obviously killed me, maybe he didn't kill 287 00:18:56.680 --> 00:19:03.079 everybody. Like it makes you question, like it makes you really question it. 288 00:19:03.680 --> 00:19:07.000 Obviously gacy killed those people. It makes you question like like yeah, 289 00:19:07.039 --> 00:19:11.720 this is all could be like interconnected in some weird fucking way. Yeah, 290 00:19:12.559 --> 00:19:18.440 yeah, because it says this dean coral guy like was constantly burying bodies on 291 00:19:18.599 --> 00:19:23.039 High Island Beach, like the word like high you just mentioned like thirty times 292 00:19:23.039 --> 00:19:26.319 in his wikipedia. Yeah, Um, they buried them there in a boat 293 00:19:26.359 --> 00:19:30.920 space and a beach. Jesus, now, because little Saint James, that's 294 00:19:30.960 --> 00:19:36.839 the island Epstein had. Yeah, yeah, yeah, now this one's in 295 00:19:37.519 --> 00:19:45.880 Biden off in Michigan. Um, holy ship, the original pedophile island, 296 00:19:45.039 --> 00:19:53.240 episode three. That's Lake Michigan. Yeah, wholely a good podcast. I'll 297 00:19:53.319 --> 00:19:56.839 check that out. Yeah, that's fucking great. I wish I'd had that 298 00:19:56.880 --> 00:20:00.319 over the weekend to listen to drive up the Lima. Holy Sh it, 299 00:20:03.759 --> 00:20:08.880 God, it makes you sick to your stomach. But like it does in 300 00:20:08.920 --> 00:20:11.640 a way. But like me and my mom we're talking and I was like, 301 00:20:11.720 --> 00:20:15.759 you know, honestly, like this stuff has happened for centuries. I 302 00:20:15.799 --> 00:20:18.000 mean, yeah, it has to have it just it doesn't get caught in 303 00:20:18.039 --> 00:20:22.359 the limelight. Um like that, like obviously don't correl. Did you know 304 00:20:22.359 --> 00:20:26.799 about himntil just now? Anything? Yeah, they pushed it under the rug, 305 00:20:26.920 --> 00:20:30.400 it was like, and they thought of something as like and they explained 306 00:20:30.400 --> 00:20:32.839 it like back then it was like, oh, that's only happened like that's 307 00:20:32.839 --> 00:20:36.640 a one off type. Yeah, it was a fluke. It was this 308 00:20:36.680 --> 00:20:38.279 isn't this. People aren't like this. This guy is just crazy. But 309 00:20:38.319 --> 00:20:44.240 then that's what I'm saying is like all throughout time people have nothing's changed. 310 00:20:44.319 --> 00:20:47.240 People have always been. There's been people like that. We're just more aware 311 00:20:47.279 --> 00:20:51.559 of it now. You won't realize that. That's what they've been that's what 312 00:20:51.559 --> 00:20:53.880 they've been saying about a lot of light like like the racial stuff and all 313 00:20:53.920 --> 00:20:56.119 that. Like this stuff has been going on. It's just now we're aware 314 00:20:56.119 --> 00:21:00.200 of it. Yeah, yeah, so it's the same thing with the UM. 315 00:21:00.279 --> 00:21:03.880 Yeah, with like these pedophile rings and these serial killers and ship. 316 00:21:03.880 --> 00:21:07.960 It's like a yeah, now we're just aware of this ship because, yeah, 317 00:21:07.680 --> 00:21:11.119 it was all treated a word of mouth. And whether it was printed 318 00:21:11.119 --> 00:21:14.680 in the news back then. Well, no, only that, some of 319 00:21:14.720 --> 00:21:17.240 the stuff, like to print it on his is like you barely see it 320 00:21:17.279 --> 00:21:19.960 anywhere. Yeah, it's just say, it's so fucking weird. And then 321 00:21:21.000 --> 00:21:25.359 actually, I've actually watched it. They do. They there's one documentary I've 322 00:21:25.400 --> 00:21:29.319 actually watched before that got related to this, like the children on the snow 323 00:21:29.799 --> 00:21:32.200 I was like, yeah, that's from I remember, like I caught it 324 00:21:32.319 --> 00:21:37.160 random like years ago, about these children just ended up missing in kind of 325 00:21:37.160 --> 00:21:41.319 in the Detroit area and they find him a few days later just dead. 326 00:21:41.079 --> 00:21:44.599 I remember watching because they never found the guy and I was like that's just 327 00:21:44.640 --> 00:21:47.559 so weird. And then they actually bring it up and you start to see 328 00:21:47.559 --> 00:21:52.640 the relations with like everything and you're like yeah, Huh, this is interesting. 329 00:21:52.799 --> 00:21:56.759 Well, it's like, Um, with H H Holmes. For the 330 00:21:56.799 --> 00:22:00.359 long time they thought he might have been Jack The ripper because they were operating 331 00:22:00.400 --> 00:22:04.319 about the same time. But the because it was long believed, it's still 332 00:22:04.319 --> 00:22:07.799 believed, that Jack The ripper was a sailor of some kind, that he 333 00:22:07.920 --> 00:22:11.240 was not, he probably wasn't an Englishman, that he was probably like a 334 00:22:11.240 --> 00:22:15.920 sailor who was coming and going and that's why they never found him, is 335 00:22:15.960 --> 00:22:21.279 because he probably just off. Yeah, but the time there was some timetables 336 00:22:21.319 --> 00:22:23.480 that just didn't quite add up and through DNA and stuff like that, they're 337 00:22:23.480 --> 00:22:27.440 starting to think that maybe Jack The ripper might have actually even been a woman. 338 00:22:29.279 --> 00:22:30.960 There's some yeah, stay with H H Holmes because a lot of people 339 00:22:30.960 --> 00:22:34.599 think that, Um, he may have had a female accomplice that helped him 340 00:22:34.599 --> 00:22:37.039 with some of them, because H H Holmes was so fucked up. I 341 00:22:37.039 --> 00:22:40.599 mean I haven't really read much in that. There's a there's a really cool 342 00:22:40.640 --> 00:22:42.160 documentary about him. It was on Netflix. I don't know if it still 343 00:22:42.200 --> 00:22:48.359 is or not. That Um Tony Scott, I think, did the V 344 00:22:48.519 --> 00:22:51.880 O four. But he was the first like known serial killer, and this 345 00:22:52.079 --> 00:22:56.799 in the US, and basically he like used like the world's fair. Yeah, 346 00:22:56.799 --> 00:23:00.680 he had this like whole like hotel in saying that he converted into basically 347 00:23:00.720 --> 00:23:06.759 a death mansion that had like hallways that went nowhere and doors that went nowhere 348 00:23:06.920 --> 00:23:10.440 and hidden, hidden like garbage shoots everywhere that he would he would, you 349 00:23:10.480 --> 00:23:12.440 know, trap somebody in a hallway, kill them and then dump them in 350 00:23:12.480 --> 00:23:17.400 the shoot. And but kind of like with capone, who got caught because 351 00:23:17.400 --> 00:23:22.119 the tax bullshit, that's essentially how they caught. Um H caught on h 352 00:23:22.279 --> 00:23:26.440 h Holmes because he was like owed all these fucking creditors and ship like that's 353 00:23:26.480 --> 00:23:30.480 a ton of an amazing serial killing and getting caught because you owe somebody money. 354 00:23:30.559 --> 00:23:33.160 Yeah, you just he owed too many people fucking money. Like they 355 00:23:33.160 --> 00:23:36.559 were just like, Huh wait, we're just here for oh my God. 356 00:23:36.960 --> 00:23:41.599 Oh yeah, well, it's with with Um, with capone. It was 357 00:23:41.640 --> 00:23:45.000 like they knew that he was doing all this ship they just couldn't catch him 358 00:23:45.119 --> 00:23:47.599 something. It's they got him on the tax thing and that opened the door 359 00:23:47.599 --> 00:23:49.440 to them getting all this other bullshit. Um H toles don't think they were 360 00:23:49.480 --> 00:23:55.240 actually caught, because they I'm not entirely sure. It's been a while something. 361 00:23:55.839 --> 00:23:59.400 You know what caught gay cy what? So they had a feeling it's 362 00:23:59.400 --> 00:24:03.720 coming, but they couldn't prove anything, they couldn't like get him for nothing. 363 00:24:03.559 --> 00:24:07.480 And eventually what they they like. You'll read it. So they end 364 00:24:07.559 --> 00:24:12.440 up following for like ten straight days and it's not like it's like not like 365 00:24:14.480 --> 00:24:18.319 hidden surveillance, like they can't afford to do that. They're just fought out. 366 00:24:18.359 --> 00:24:21.359 And like Gacey knows they're following him. So they're having dinner with him 367 00:24:21.359 --> 00:24:22.559 and that type of stuff, speaking with him, blah, blah, Blah 368 00:24:22.960 --> 00:24:26.640 Um, and he gets so like paranoider, so pissed because he can't he 369 00:24:26.680 --> 00:24:32.240 knows he has the bodies in his house. We can't get rid of them. 370 00:24:32.319 --> 00:24:36.680 So he kind of flips out one time and then, if I remember 371 00:24:36.720 --> 00:24:40.720 correctly, he literally caught him on giving somebody some weed, because that had 372 00:24:40.759 --> 00:24:44.839 them get into the house, because once you bust him on something, then 373 00:24:44.839 --> 00:24:48.440 you can get a warrant. Yeah, no, ship. It's crazy how 374 00:24:48.519 --> 00:24:52.279 random stuff like that will happen. Well, Gacey fucked up. It's because 375 00:24:52.279 --> 00:24:56.720 they followed him forever, and this is how he fucked up. He invited 376 00:24:56.720 --> 00:25:00.359 the people following him into the house. H. Yeah, so they invite 377 00:25:00.400 --> 00:25:03.640 him into the house. Everything normal, but then the guy want to use 378 00:25:03.640 --> 00:25:06.759 the bathroom. In the bathroom spelled funny like and he knew it smells something 379 00:25:06.759 --> 00:25:10.880 like because they were detected forever. Yeah, that smells like. Oh yeah, 380 00:25:11.240 --> 00:25:11.960 he asked him and he's like, blah, blah, blahs. was 381 00:25:12.000 --> 00:25:15.599 going on and so like. And to that point Gazy knew. That's when 382 00:25:15.599 --> 00:25:18.960 it kind of turned gasy's own like, Oh, I can get away with 383 00:25:18.000 --> 00:25:22.759 this type ship. He got cocky. Yeah, it was getting cocky, 384 00:25:22.880 --> 00:25:25.680 because that's how they caught. Um, this is not a murder case, 385 00:25:25.759 --> 00:25:30.880 but Um, that that music exect. That was like defrauding like in sync 386 00:25:30.920 --> 00:25:33.519 in the backstreet boys and all those guys all those years ago. Should hear 387 00:25:33.559 --> 00:25:37.079 about that guy. I know he defrauded him. Yeah, because he like 388 00:25:37.160 --> 00:25:41.440 fucked off to like Cuba or something like that, and these like FBI guys 389 00:25:41.480 --> 00:25:48.640 were there for something else, entirely Um and just went to go eat dinner 390 00:25:48.720 --> 00:25:51.960 at like a restaurant and he was just fucking sitting right there and they were 391 00:25:52.000 --> 00:25:56.519 like is it the fucking cut? He called his superheroes and they were like, 392 00:25:56.720 --> 00:26:00.759 fucking get him. That's wild. I know that. Yeah, they 393 00:26:00.759 --> 00:26:02.839 were just down. They were have like some other bulls. They were watched, 394 00:26:02.799 --> 00:26:07.480 they're done for some other bullshit and just is that the fun, Fun, 395 00:26:07.599 --> 00:26:11.400 let's get them ship Jesus Christ. Can you imagine me, like a 396 00:26:11.720 --> 00:26:17.279 fuck takes a lot of people don't realize how much money he fucked. Those 397 00:26:17.279 --> 00:26:19.160 people like yeah, it was like Lance Bass was doing an interview. He 398 00:26:19.200 --> 00:26:23.400 was like they sat down to get like their first like royalty check or something, 399 00:26:23.400 --> 00:26:26.880 and he's like he's you know, our album like down platinum. So 400 00:26:26.920 --> 00:26:29.400 I'm thinking, and it was for like five grand and he was like, 401 00:26:30.119 --> 00:26:33.519 or not even that, but it was. He was like what the fun? 402 00:26:33.960 --> 00:26:38.160 He just kept all this fucking money. And because they because he was 403 00:26:38.200 --> 00:26:41.720 getting these guys and they were teenagers and boy bands, didn't they fucking I 404 00:26:41.759 --> 00:26:45.960 mean he created the boy band that we know of. It didn't exist at 405 00:26:45.000 --> 00:26:48.799 that point and they didn't know what they were getting themselves into. They were 406 00:26:48.799 --> 00:26:52.359 just like, oh, cool record deal. You know, that's kind of 407 00:26:52.400 --> 00:26:57.599 what wound Britney Spears up in her bullshit. So now this is this sounds 408 00:26:57.720 --> 00:27:00.400 if it's done by I d that. I'm totally fucking on board, especially 409 00:27:02.319 --> 00:27:04.559 I've never listened to anything like that. So I was like yeah, and 410 00:27:04.839 --> 00:27:07.359 I was like Huh. I was like then I was warned. I was 411 00:27:07.400 --> 00:27:10.960 like how are you connecting? How are you going to connect these two like 412 00:27:11.039 --> 00:27:14.279 period and it's and then, like I start seeing dropping clues and like you're 413 00:27:14.279 --> 00:27:18.200 like what the fuck? Then you start realizing, like they talk about how 414 00:27:18.279 --> 00:27:22.519 they how certain people do certain things to get like these people locked, and 415 00:27:22.519 --> 00:27:25.000 you're like somebody taught you that. How did you and like that. I 416 00:27:25.039 --> 00:27:27.319 was like how is it? You've had to have met or logically on it. 417 00:27:27.440 --> 00:27:32.359 Like it was like a they only mest it like two or three times, 418 00:27:32.400 --> 00:27:36.200 but it was like it was a handcuff trick. GAYCY DID IT and 419 00:27:36.240 --> 00:27:37.680 a couple other and one other person did it, but it was the same 420 00:27:37.720 --> 00:27:41.640 trick. That's how they get people to be like like gas be like Oh, 421 00:27:41.680 --> 00:27:44.960 like, I used to do magic, and the other dude, I 422 00:27:44.960 --> 00:27:49.599 think, Dean corals, like I used to do because it was a clown, 423 00:27:49.599 --> 00:27:52.519 wouldn't he? Yeah, but what they do is, like they pretend 424 00:27:52.599 --> 00:27:57.359 to lock themselves up and they and the cuffs and then turn around get themselves 425 00:27:57.400 --> 00:28:03.039 out. So then they'd have the other person doing and it's really locks and 426 00:28:03.079 --> 00:28:07.079 they can't and that's how that and I was like either a, you saw 427 00:28:07.119 --> 00:28:11.559 that on TV or like but it came out like two or three times where 428 00:28:11.559 --> 00:28:14.599 you're like someone, I was taught by it. Yeah, you learned that 429 00:28:14.680 --> 00:28:19.000 from someone, or you're a fucking if you were a magician, to be 430 00:28:19.000 --> 00:28:25.480 a great fucking magician. Um, holy sh it. Now I listened to 431 00:28:25.519 --> 00:28:32.880 this one called in the dark and like season two was so like prolific that 432 00:28:32.960 --> 00:28:37.880 it got a dude off of a murder charge. So they're investigating this this 433 00:28:37.920 --> 00:28:42.240 guy named curtis flowers who, um it was in this like like one of 434 00:28:42.240 --> 00:28:47.880 the most racist fucking towns like in the United States and basically was accused of 435 00:28:47.960 --> 00:28:55.720 murdering someone and went to jail for it. Got Got the conviction overturned. 436 00:28:55.839 --> 00:29:00.200 Prosecutor refiled. Basically, it was constant. It was a constant case of 437 00:29:02.000 --> 00:29:07.319 conviction declares a mistrial, gets retried, conviction, misstrial, because it kept 438 00:29:07.319 --> 00:29:11.319 happening over and over and over again. But it was never getting to like 439 00:29:11.400 --> 00:29:14.599 the federal level, was never getting that high. It kept getting stopped at 440 00:29:14.599 --> 00:29:19.279 the state level, and so this podcast, these podcasters went and just investigated 441 00:29:19.279 --> 00:29:26.000 and recorded everything and like the lengths that this town went to to try and 442 00:29:26.119 --> 00:29:32.720 keep this dude in jail, like it is, like it's not just the 443 00:29:32.759 --> 00:29:37.160 prosecutor he was, he was a black man, but it's it's the lengths 444 00:29:37.319 --> 00:29:42.359 this racist asked town went to to try and keep this man convicted. Was 445 00:29:42.839 --> 00:29:48.119 Ridiculous. And but the podcast was such a huge fucking hit that had got 446 00:29:48.359 --> 00:29:52.480 national attention and he eventually did get the whole thing stopped on a federal level, 447 00:29:52.559 --> 00:29:59.119 thank God. Um, it's insane, like it's I listened. I 448 00:29:59.119 --> 00:30:00.559 think my ex or something turned me onto that and it was like while we 449 00:30:00.599 --> 00:30:03.720 broke up, but I'm still listening to this fucking body. It was that 450 00:30:03.799 --> 00:30:07.119 fucking good man. Yeah, it was crazy. It was really crazy. 451 00:30:07.279 --> 00:30:11.440 How many podcasts have actually gotten people off or like solved crimes or some ship. 452 00:30:11.559 --> 00:30:14.359 I'm probably a bunch, and it depends on how good they are, 453 00:30:14.720 --> 00:30:18.119 because this one was like this was this wasn't made by like PBS, but 454 00:30:18.160 --> 00:30:21.400 it was like funded in a way that PBS like. It was all donations. 455 00:30:21.400 --> 00:30:25.720 These are all like professional journalists, investigative journalists, but it's all public 456 00:30:25.799 --> 00:30:27.519 funding. That because they don't work for any like firm or anything like that, 457 00:30:27.519 --> 00:30:32.160 because that's how they're able to do the kind of investigations they are. 458 00:30:32.200 --> 00:30:36.079 Otherwise they'd be beholden to certain laws and stuff. Um, you know, 459 00:30:36.400 --> 00:30:40.240 it is what it is, but interesting. It's called in the dark. 460 00:30:40.319 --> 00:30:44.720 Season two is the one that's about that, that story. What was the 461 00:30:44.799 --> 00:30:49.160 big what was the big fucking like the big podcast that set off cereal serial? 462 00:30:49.240 --> 00:30:53.640 That's yeah, it's really good. Yeah, it's a very good true 463 00:30:53.680 --> 00:30:59.519 crime pod, like it's the it's the true crime podcast that all true crime 464 00:30:59.599 --> 00:31:03.200 podcast asked draw inspiration from. Isn't about one crime, though. I don't 465 00:31:03.359 --> 00:31:11.000 write. That's a good question. I don't know about to find out. 466 00:31:12.200 --> 00:31:19.119 Um, let's get it anal podcast, uh, narrating a nonfiction story over 467 00:31:19.200 --> 00:31:23.000 multiple episodes, but it done several seasons. So like a lot of these, 468 00:31:23.000 --> 00:31:26.119 like season one is usually about one story. So Season One's about the 469 00:31:26.160 --> 00:31:37.079 murder of Hyman Lee in Baltimore. Season Two is about a army soldier that 470 00:31:37.160 --> 00:31:44.200 was charged with desertion. Season threees about something else. Yeah, so, 471 00:31:44.400 --> 00:31:47.640 no, it's but it's it's very well from what I haven't listened to it 472 00:31:47.680 --> 00:31:48.720 a lot, but from what it was doing its very well put together. 473 00:31:51.079 --> 00:31:56.200 It won the peabody of war ship. Yeah, if you are in or 474 00:31:56.240 --> 00:32:00.839 around the Dayton Ohio area and you want to know more about what's going on 475 00:32:00.880 --> 00:32:04.240 in the local comedy scene, we have a website for you. Go to 476 00:32:04.440 --> 00:32:10.240 www dot gem city comedy dot Com. That's www dot JEM city comedy dot 477 00:32:10.279 --> 00:32:15.119 Com. We've got profiles on all your favorite local Comedians, as well as 478 00:32:15.119 --> 00:32:17.480 a calendar and guide to all the shows going on, whether they're open mics 479 00:32:17.559 --> 00:32:22.279 or big headliner shows or showcases or whatever we have in store. You can 480 00:32:22.319 --> 00:32:27.319 also submit your own information to the website to be updated within forty eight hours. 481 00:32:27.599 --> 00:32:30.119 I run this website myself. It is a passion project of love, 482 00:32:30.400 --> 00:32:34.599 so make sure you guys go check that out right now. Go to www 483 00:32:34.680 --> 00:32:38.680 dot gem city comedy dot Com to get all the information on the Dayton comedy 484 00:32:38.720 --> 00:32:45.039 scene. If jody asks you to do this show in Lima, fucking do 485 00:32:45.200 --> 00:32:50.640 it. Oh my God, it wasn't even a tiny theater. Okay, 486 00:32:50.640 --> 00:32:54.759 it's this place. Is this Comic Book Store? Okay, so this guy 487 00:32:54.759 --> 00:32:59.440 owns a comic book store. That's also it's a comic bookstore. And then 488 00:32:59.440 --> 00:33:02.279 it's just got the like back room that he converted into a venue called the 489 00:33:02.400 --> 00:33:07.559 lab. It's got a little stage, it's got some lights, it's got 490 00:33:07.559 --> 00:33:09.759 a backdrop and there's like a wine and dessert bar in there too, which 491 00:33:09.799 --> 00:33:15.079 is nice with the giant fucking deadpool statue standing right there. Um, the 492 00:33:15.119 --> 00:33:16.839 Green Room, and I'm putting Green Room and air quotes, was basically like 493 00:33:16.920 --> 00:33:22.559 a digital media marketing office like that. I think. I don't know if 494 00:33:22.599 --> 00:33:25.759 he but they let us use it as the Green Room. Um, but 495 00:33:27.000 --> 00:33:30.839 Um, I mean it was. They oversold it. It was eighty people 496 00:33:30.880 --> 00:33:34.799 there. It was packed. Eight people there, crammed and it was so 497 00:33:34.880 --> 00:33:39.279 much fucking fun. It was so much fucking fun, like those tiny areas 498 00:33:39.519 --> 00:33:43.799 like them. Yes, oh it was. It was a fucking blast. 499 00:33:43.960 --> 00:33:46.000 Like Hey, I want to go back up there. Just go to the 500 00:33:46.000 --> 00:33:49.759 comic book store, but it's an hour and a half drive. So I 501 00:33:49.799 --> 00:33:52.279 don't really want to, but I do, but I don't. Um. 502 00:33:52.319 --> 00:33:55.839 No, we had so much fucking fun and my brother went with me and 503 00:33:55.960 --> 00:34:00.680 because he's a photographer, so he took a bunch of pictures and then he 504 00:34:00.559 --> 00:34:07.759 did a multicam video of my set. Yeah, so he's and we've got 505 00:34:07.759 --> 00:34:10.119 like and he's doing it like a like a full blow. It's only had, 506 00:34:10.199 --> 00:34:14.159 only did twelve minutes, but he's treating it like it's a fucking special. 507 00:34:14.280 --> 00:34:17.320 So he's like got b roll and, like me, getting ready to 508 00:34:17.400 --> 00:34:21.320 leave kind of ship, and like he's going all out with it because he 509 00:34:21.360 --> 00:34:25.679 wants to. He's been shooting like independent stuff in movies and music for a 510 00:34:25.719 --> 00:34:30.559 long time. Tried weddings, hated it. He wants to try getting into 511 00:34:30.559 --> 00:34:34.559 shooting comedy stuff. So I'm a Guinea thing, which I am totally fine 512 00:34:34.639 --> 00:34:37.360 with. But he's the one, he's the one who's done all my all 513 00:34:37.360 --> 00:34:40.519 my all my professional photos. He's the one who's done him so and he 514 00:34:40.559 --> 00:34:45.639 took pictures of everybody else. I think he taped Carson's, not Carson Tyson 515 00:34:45.719 --> 00:34:50.880 set. How Tyson really good he did really good. It was a lot. 516 00:34:50.960 --> 00:34:53.079 Everyone did really well. They were there to if it was a comic 517 00:34:53.119 --> 00:34:55.840 book store, his material to work for like a comic. He crushed. 518 00:34:55.960 --> 00:35:01.079 I mean it was the crowd itself was older for the most part. Everyone 519 00:35:01.159 --> 00:35:05.679 there had a great time. Um, Chris did great, Joe and and 520 00:35:05.800 --> 00:35:08.079 they all, half of them, like we're jody's people who, because jody 521 00:35:08.159 --> 00:35:14.119 is huge there because it's Lima and she's from there, and lie was not 522 00:35:14.199 --> 00:35:15.719 a big town. But now, I mean they were there, they had 523 00:35:15.719 --> 00:35:21.079 everybody had a great fucking time this place. They capped at seventy five. 524 00:35:21.199 --> 00:35:22.519 They over sold the eighty and it was packed. I mean it was. 525 00:35:22.719 --> 00:35:25.920 It's a it's just a cool setup. It's a cool room. It's it's 526 00:35:25.920 --> 00:35:30.559 a lot of fun. It's just such a it's such a you know, 527 00:35:30.519 --> 00:35:34.519 underground comedy show. It's it's if she ever asked you to do it, 528 00:35:34.599 --> 00:35:38.079 fucking do it by Rock Hath Room, though. She was the first. 529 00:35:38.079 --> 00:35:40.159 She was like, you know, don't go up there, and you know, 530 00:35:40.199 --> 00:35:43.320 she's like they'll let you get away with a lot, but you know, 531 00:35:43.440 --> 00:35:47.519 don't go like too dirty. No, they they loved everything. I 532 00:35:47.519 --> 00:35:50.679 mean they loved the clean and they loved the dirty because, I mean, 533 00:35:50.679 --> 00:35:53.400 Tyson did his whole thing about have you heard his whole thing about hooking up 534 00:35:53.400 --> 00:35:57.000 with with bigfoot? I haven't said. No, that's what they want to 535 00:35:57.039 --> 00:35:59.199 have it. Okay, it's well, he's got merch dedicated, he's got 536 00:35:59.239 --> 00:36:02.119 a shirt dedicated, he's got a whole lot big bit about fucking bigfoot. 537 00:36:02.199 --> 00:36:06.719 Did do a star wars bit? Yes, okay, yeah, and it 538 00:36:06.760 --> 00:36:08.320 did. It did Prett yeah, like he did pretty well, he he 539 00:36:08.679 --> 00:36:13.039 really did. Um. It was a good room. It was really good 540 00:36:13.119 --> 00:36:16.639 room. Yeah, good, but that drive sucks. It's not a long 541 00:36:16.760 --> 00:36:22.000 drive, but it's a boring one of my favorite rooms have ever done was 542 00:36:22.039 --> 00:36:25.159 in like West Virginia, but basically on like Mary and Maryland was basically we 543 00:36:25.199 --> 00:36:30.239 actually drove through Maryland to get the spart West Virginia favorite, one of my 544 00:36:30.239 --> 00:36:32.519 favorite. I took with me. It was like a small theater. It 545 00:36:32.599 --> 00:36:37.679 was like you could tell it was like a small town. They converted the 546 00:36:37.679 --> 00:36:43.400 theater into just a performing arts things like small. Maybe it sat maybe sixty 547 00:36:43.400 --> 00:36:45.960 people on top of these sixty people and it was the best fucking but it 548 00:36:46.039 --> 00:36:50.000 was like a six hour drive. Yeah, that's a lot and I'm like, 549 00:36:50.639 --> 00:36:53.199 I loved it, but I will never ever drive that far. Yet 550 00:36:53.280 --> 00:36:57.920 that's a lot of driving for comedy. I mean they gave me decent I 551 00:36:57.920 --> 00:37:02.480 should ask for more, but I didn't. I look at it as like 552 00:37:02.719 --> 00:37:06.199 if I told people, I was like, if you're ever, because what 553 00:37:06.360 --> 00:37:07.960 I think it's on like a Wednesday or something. I was like, if 554 00:37:07.960 --> 00:37:10.280 you're ever need something on a Wednesday and you're driving through, yeah, it's 555 00:37:10.280 --> 00:37:14.599 a perfect place to hit up at that point, like sucking perfect. Its 556 00:37:14.679 --> 00:37:20.000 like Caravan. Caribvan's like just far enough away that I'm like, do I 557 00:37:20.079 --> 00:37:22.039 want to make that drive? Two and a half hours is pushing it to 558 00:37:22.719 --> 00:37:28.440 like anything over an hour for comedy. I'm like, yea, I know, 559 00:37:28.519 --> 00:37:30.599 but it's it's like, am I getting paid, because this is a 560 00:37:30.639 --> 00:37:35.480 lot of driving. Yeah, now I was like I gotta get five thousand 561 00:37:35.480 --> 00:37:38.320 dollars a break even. I want to think of my head, like God 562 00:37:38.360 --> 00:37:42.360 damn. I used to do this all the time, like if weren't for 563 00:37:42.440 --> 00:37:46.039 the fact like like funny stopped paid me. Okay, and I got. 564 00:37:46.280 --> 00:37:51.119 I got, I paid time off anyway at work. So that and it 565 00:37:51.159 --> 00:37:54.760 was before gas shot up. As much as it did. So I was 566 00:37:54.800 --> 00:38:01.480 okay, I technically turn a profit on that one, technically. But yeah, 567 00:38:01.480 --> 00:38:04.480 I'm at a point an hour. It's like if I'm gonna travel more 568 00:38:04.519 --> 00:38:07.440 than an hour, like I gotta break even somehow. Yeah, I can't 569 00:38:07.440 --> 00:38:12.679 remember that. I mean I can't remember. Somebody good chill a coffee always 570 00:38:12.760 --> 00:38:17.079 make money and chilli coffee employee pays good. The driver was so far to 571 00:38:17.159 --> 00:38:21.880 that one place that I did not break even. Oh No, donald was 572 00:38:21.920 --> 00:38:24.199 six hour drive and I drove there and drove back. No, no, 573 00:38:24.199 --> 00:38:27.079 no, no, no, no, no, the same day. Yeah, 574 00:38:29.039 --> 00:38:34.239 it's welcome to the comedy card world. Dust he was like, Dustie, 575 00:38:34.239 --> 00:38:36.280 what got done? This's like you're cool to drive. I was like 576 00:38:36.320 --> 00:38:37.920 yeah, I've done this all the time, and he's like are you serious? 577 00:38:37.960 --> 00:38:42.880 I was like yeah, but when we stop at McDonald's as some food 578 00:38:42.880 --> 00:38:45.639 and then pass the funk outs, I took him with me and then I 579 00:38:45.719 --> 00:38:47.320 drove the rest of way. If I'm making a drive like that, I 580 00:38:47.320 --> 00:38:50.320 gotta have at least one other person in the car with me, because I 581 00:38:50.559 --> 00:38:54.000 drove from like other places that driving cameras like, and the place even had 582 00:38:54.039 --> 00:38:58.480 a time change too. made it even worse. Oh, yeah, Chicago 583 00:38:58.320 --> 00:39:00.599 look like that. Yeah, it was right out. It was in Indiana, 584 00:39:00.639 --> 00:39:05.440 Indiana, but it was like some spot. Indiana also has a time 585 00:39:05.519 --> 00:39:07.440 change. Yeah, well, you get you get far enough, like once 586 00:39:07.480 --> 00:39:12.519 you go enough time in India, there time change them too, like it's 587 00:39:12.519 --> 00:39:15.360 like you got two miles in. So I was like and it was like 588 00:39:15.400 --> 00:39:20.039 a four hour drive. Um, what places that called? But Karen's like, 589 00:39:20.119 --> 00:39:21.840 Karen, want to get a hotel and I was like, I got 590 00:39:21.880 --> 00:39:23.800 this ship. She's like, are you sure, and I was like yeah, 591 00:39:24.039 --> 00:39:28.800 and the same thing. She just fucking passed out. No, if 592 00:39:28.840 --> 00:39:30.679 I'M gonna drive anything like that, like even if I go down to Louisville 593 00:39:30.679 --> 00:39:34.079 again, like I got that long. Someone's got to be with me. 594 00:39:34.440 --> 00:39:37.400 Now you understand that I list that's why I listened to rogue and all time 595 00:39:37.519 --> 00:39:40.840 drives like and there's the only one that's like has like a long fucking episode. 596 00:39:40.880 --> 00:39:43.599 Well, that's what I used to do when I was still going down 597 00:39:43.599 --> 00:39:45.880 for the film festival every year in South Carolina. Was I would say I 598 00:39:45.880 --> 00:39:49.599 would ball. I would just not listen to any podcasts for a while and 599 00:39:49.639 --> 00:39:52.000 bulk up on episodes because a couple of the ones that most of the podcasts 600 00:39:52.000 --> 00:39:54.079 I listened to her movie based, and so a lot of them are like, 601 00:39:54.119 --> 00:39:57.639 you know, two hour episodes. So I would just bulk up on 602 00:39:57.679 --> 00:40:01.159 these things that way for the nine an hour dry that I have by myself, 603 00:40:01.599 --> 00:40:04.920 you know, I can knock it out. I remember I used to 604 00:40:04.960 --> 00:40:07.360 go up to Cleveland least two or three times, not a week, a 605 00:40:07.360 --> 00:40:09.679 month, I was about to say a week in do comedy for like I 606 00:40:09.800 --> 00:40:13.519 was like a six month strap. I did comedy up there for like two 607 00:40:13.559 --> 00:40:15.440 or three times. They're just like yeah, let's listen to Rogan, let's 608 00:40:15.480 --> 00:40:19.599 listen to let's do whatever. At that point, holy ship, I got 609 00:40:19.599 --> 00:40:22.760 the festival in November. So but yeah, I do not miss those days. 610 00:40:23.480 --> 00:40:28.880 I missed performing, sure, but I wish I had an instant transport. 611 00:40:29.280 --> 00:40:32.000 Fantastic, we just build a fucking bullet train. We could do it. 612 00:40:32.039 --> 00:40:37.119 But yeah, we could do it. Yeah, she'll never ask me 613 00:40:37.119 --> 00:40:39.360 to do that because she wants that. She doesn't want to be dirty or 614 00:40:39.440 --> 00:40:45.800 dark. She'll never ask me. That's fine. No, I was thinking 615 00:40:45.800 --> 00:40:49.159 she said that, but I think it's because she didn't know, because then, 616 00:40:49.400 --> 00:40:52.280 like we, we all got dirty and they were all into it. 617 00:40:52.400 --> 00:40:55.760 So Tyson is the one that told me. He's like, I like your 618 00:40:55.760 --> 00:41:00.679 stuff. I can never book you where I'm at. Get it, man, 619 00:41:00.719 --> 00:41:04.719 it just happens. Like I'll tell you like, because, because, 620 00:41:04.760 --> 00:41:08.760 because Chris went into a lot of his military stuff, which luckily he touches 621 00:41:08.760 --> 00:41:13.320 on every branch of the military. So everybody was represented, because every branch 622 00:41:13.400 --> 00:41:16.000 was represented in that audience. I'll tell you that he missed something up in 623 00:41:16.079 --> 00:41:20.000 the air force. He saw somebody point that the guy next to him. 624 00:41:20.239 --> 00:41:22.760 Some Marines pointed to the guy next to him. So, but also because 625 00:41:22.880 --> 00:41:25.880 he was in the army, he can get away with that ship. Ye, 626 00:41:27.039 --> 00:41:29.480 I know. That's why. That's what pissed me off about a military 627 00:41:29.559 --> 00:41:30.920 joke. Yeah, did I do? I wasn't a military. Agree. 628 00:41:31.000 --> 00:41:36.000 It happened to my brother. Yeah, he wasn't married, but he happened 629 00:41:36.000 --> 00:41:39.760 to my brother. And like the military people love that ship because it's so 630 00:41:39.800 --> 00:41:43.719 fucking true. 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