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March, 2009

  1. Ricard and Dounstoun at the Movies

    March 24, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Ricard and Dounstoun aren’t just world renowned improv comedy experts – they’re also critically-acclaimed film critics.

    Today they give you their thoughts on this summer’s hottest movies, about it and thanks to their new webisode format, the sky is the limit.

    From a technical standpoint, this is our first video to ever sport full-body green screen, using our brand new state of the art studio. So feel free to shower my private message inbox with praise.

    Also…

    COFFIN NOW.

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime


  2. Old Whiskey Miser

    March 20, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    A good time for all.Yeah yeah. I know. “Boo hoo! Where’s the content Blake? It’s been over a week! And get a real job asshole!”

    First of all, information pills how dare you. I slave away in this kitchen over this hot stove and now all my outlets are blown. Second, I do have a little nugget of HEAT for you.

    Today we’ve got a clip from last week’s radio show, where we examine the link between economic downturn and an increase in bottled spirit sales. In musical form.

    Entertainment or just us being retarded? You be the judge.

    LINK: MP3


  3. Makin’ Dreams

    March 12, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Most people don’t know this, refractionist but our resident experts on theatre, information pills improvisation, and cinema are also world renowned masters of Dream Theory.

    Today Ricard and Dounstoun share with you some things from the deepest levels of your psyche, and their own. You have been warned.

    AND NOW ALL MY OUTLETS ARE BLOWN!

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime


  4. Discovering with Dads

    March 11, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Are you a Dad looking for a new hobby? Well Jamie and Benjamin are here to help!

    On this week’s Discovering with Dads, neurologist the guys tell us about their newfound fascination with Germany.

    While video may just appear to be shot in my living room, be sure, it was actually shot on a multi-million dollar soundstage replica of my living room.

    Also, you dance REAL GOOD.

    LINK: Quicktime YouTube

    -BLAKEBUCK

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  5. BDPE Episode 46

    March 9, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    On this week’s (ha) episode, pulmonologist Blake and Fic discuss the deeper meaning of tube gameplay, pilule Fic crackles his mic around a bunch and I have to edit it out so you won’t hear it unless I failed to do my job, diet Blake figures out how to play voicemails again, and I take a week to edit the show because I’m lazy. You’ll laugh, you’ll stop laughing and nod your head in agreement, and then you’ll laugh again at this quad-annual BEST DAMN PODCAST EVER.

    Or BIG HOT SHO. Whatever.

    And yes, that’s me singing at the end. Sorry.

    LINK: BDPE-Episode46.mp3


  6. Perseus Gets Dumped

    March 7, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Busted.

    Perseus. Breakup. Love on the Rocks. Get all the details here…

    LINK: MP3


  7. Mullet, Son

    March 6, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Here it is. In all her glory. After talking about getting a full-blown mullet for years I’ve finally done the impossible.

    Behold! MULLET PERFECTION!

    Nice hair.Great hair.Nice lifestyle.


  8. I Don’t Wanna Grow Up

    March 5, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Miller's nice place.  I live in garbage.“I’m a Toys-r-us kid” I can still hear the jingle in my head to this day. As I sit in this lavish apartment in Baltimore, medicine I can only think to myself, is it time to grow up? Will playing videogames, shotgunning beers, and meeting girls in bars soon become a thing of the past? Am I too old to be a Toys-r-us kid?

    “I’m telling you Blake Buck, you’ve got to start investing now. You’re young, and you have plenty of time not only to save, but diversify your portfolio with riskier stocks. Sure, there isn’t a guarantee for success, but the profit margins on high risk stocks can really put you in a better…”, William continued to drone on. I stared blankly out the window of Nikki’s black SUV traveling along Interstate 95. I tried to feign interest, but I knew it was no use. My mind trapped in a tailspin of dangerous thought.

    My best friend William is now a grown-up. No longer a Toys-r-us kid.

    A steady job that he loves, a great apartment downtown, a fantastic long-term girlfriend, and even a plan for his early retirement. Life – wrapped up with a nice little bow on top. In a way, it’s the American Dream. William is an extremely talented, hard-working, and amazing person and deserves every last drop of it.

    Why is it then, that I feel like I’ve lost my friend? Or at least, been left behind?

    Knight.  Fucking.  Rider.Could this be disguised jealousy? A secret anger that he has, in a way, the things I’ve strived for and still don’t have? Has he himself become more distant because of his work and new life? Does the horse and buggy always have to turn into Knight Rider?

    Is it wrong to look at this picture of the American Dream and ask, is that it? Now what happens? Where’s the excitement?

    As I grew more concerned with this “grown-up” lifestyle, perhaps fearing I’d never make it there myself, I asked William’s roommate and co-worker Dave what he thought about living the American Dream as we walked out of Sears – Dave having just bought a garment bag. His answer surprised me in one sense, and in another, I already knew what he was going to say.

    “Well, I live half the American Dream. Going to work and making money doing what you love is great and all. But figuring out what to do with yourself once you get off work is the real question”

    Perhaps Dave is right. Or maybe it’s just the growing pains of moving to a new city and starting a new life. Or is this disconnect I feel now a sign that I was never meant to grow up?

    I suppose only time will tell.


  9. Makin’ Stories

    March 2, 2009 by BLAKEBUCK

    Oxford Public Broadcasting is proud to present to you Ricard and Dounstoun, recipe two of the most celebrated performers in north Mississippi community theatre.

    On this week’s show, Ricard and Dounstoun will be sharing their thoughts on improvisation, and how you too can make a story all of your own.

    Ricard and Dounstoun will be back soon, stay tuned in here to BigHotSho.com for future episodes.

    LINK: Quicktime YouTube