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August 30, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #136: The Peanut Gallery

Back from the big weekend on WKRK in Detroit, Corey and Joel get down to business with a look at who's not hot anymore, including Lindsay Lohan, who's new film Joel had the pleasure of not simply walking out on, but instead, driving out on. It was such a bad film it was hardly worth the cheapo drive-in fee. Not that the drive-in isn't a good time, but is it also racially segregated? Plus, America's creepiest neighbor, America's stupidest woman (a tie?), reality shows go belly up, and housesitting equals banging on the living room carpet.

Right click here to download - 77 minutes, 36 megs

Posted by joel at 03:18 PM

August 25, 2007

Corey and Joel on WKRK 97.1 FM this weekend

Just the final details on the shows this weekend on the actual radio, 97.1 Free FM in Detroit. Tonight, Saturday Aug.25th, we follow the Lions game coverage, from around 11:00pm to 1:00am. Tomorrow, Sunday, we're on from 11pm to 1am. The call in number is 248.559.9797 if you want to chat with us.

While we're told the shows will NOT stream live, we will attempt to get podcast versions for later, though we can't guarantee that.

If you would like to hear us on the station more often, you should tell the station directly by filling out the form on this page:

Thanks to all!

Posted by joel at 01:50 PM

August 23, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #135: Wheeled Away

As the guys prepare for their big shot on CBS Radio, it's also a big week due to the Fantasy Football draft. Who won and who got hosed? Who's internet crapped out? Also, If there was a heaven, would you really want to go there? What do you look like in heaven, you at your most young and virile or at the time of your death? How did George Lucas get this wrong? Plus, the worst most embarrassing ways to lose a girlfriend, chicks love Harry Potter, and Corey and Joel's dads prepare for radio fame.

Right click here to download - 79 minutes, 36 megs

Posted by joel at 04:19 PM

August 16, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #134: Legitimate Buttholes

Joel's back from the Gathering of the Juggalos, and he's got quite a story. Turns out his pro-wrestling feud was ended and not to his satisfaction. Find out how much pain he's in today. There's also more Death Pool activity this week with Corey getting both good and bad news. Speaking of good news, there's a MAJOR announcement in the 2nd half of the show and we're not just wasting caps, it's MAJOR. Also, we review Superbad (it's super-good), Joel goes for a Rubik's cube record, and who's still hot and who's not.

Right click here to download - 78 minutes, 36 megs

Posted by joel at 01:23 AM

August 07, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #133: TV Party

For probably the first time, there's really only one topic today - TV. Not that the show hasn't been TV heavy in the past, but now it's like Rosie O'Donnell heavy with TV. In fact, it's so morbidly obese and filled with nerdy references to shows and characters from TV's past we recommend that you open Wikipedia and try to follow along. We learn that Corey can remember intricate plot details about Colombo from 35 years ago and that Joel feels the Three's Company's writers were lazy by reinventing Dean Travers as Mr. Angelino. Also discussion of Blossom, My Two Dads, Hogan's Heroes, American Inventor, Flight of the Conchords and tons more. When should Corey delete some of this old info from his brain and make room for current stuff? You decide. Listen and laugh - this is a good one.

Right click here to download - 77 minutes, 36 megs

Posted by joel at 11:29 PM

August 02, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #132: PJ and the Bears

Nothing like having our first and favorite guest, PJ back in the studio. And he's just back from the Ratt/Poison concert. How have the hair metal girls of the 80s held up? PJ updates us. There's also a ton of Death Pool activity, as Joel makes a late summer surge for the title once again. Will Soupy Sales see 2008? Joel hopes not. Plus, the Simpsons Movie is out and the guys have seen it (except Corey). Does it live up to 18 years of hype? Is it more like an old Simpson or a new Simpsons? Why did "Mr. Move Critic", Corey, not even see the damn thing? Also, PJ loves The Varsity, Food Network HD, and old fogies kill baseball.

Right click here to download - 80 minutes, 37 megs

PJ, the dog lover

Posted by joel at 04:42 PM