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November 28, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #148: Three Guys One Cup

After an aborted attempt to take over the show, announcer Rob Rose sits in, drinks beer, and moderates an often heated dialog between the hosts. Joel wonders why illegal immigrants don't just buy a plane ticket. Corey wonders why two girls would take part in one of the most disgusting viral porn videos ever. It's called "2 Girls 1 Cup" and you'll actually thanks us for not linking to it. Somehow, Joel had never seen this piece of extreme filth until now, so listen to his live reaction. The guys then discuss some other gross and bizarre web videos, including one that make you feel differently the next time you walk into a Wal-Mart. Also, a Presidential candidate TV quiz, C&J's live plans change, rock & roll collaborations, and 2008 Death Pool plans.

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Posted by joel at 04:12 PM

November 22, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #147: Butch is Having a Party

It's a holiday week, at least in the US, so enjoy some pre-Thanksgiving cheer with Corey and Joel. Some people get too enthused about Thanksgiving and their blood lust for a holiday ham is actually endangering us all. Corey thinks it's cultural. Read between the lines. It's also the start of the holiday movie season, and the guys give their review of Beowulf. It's 3D, digital, amazing and ridiculous all at the same time - and that's just the CG boobs. Also, Joel's TV commercial debut, small town comedy blues, Leno works through the writers strike, and Dennis Kucinich has a hot wife - really.

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Posted by joel at 04:00 PM

November 15, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #146: Sabo Knows Comedy

It's an honor to welcome one of our favorite guests, Steve Sabo, back to the program. Not that Steve's happy to be back as the guys grill him on this show. See, Steve books a lot of comedy rooms where Corey and Joel perform, only the guys aren't necessarily happy with the treatment they're getting. The money stinks, the gigs are far away, and there's not enough of them! Steve takes the hits and rolls with them, deflecting the blame to hillbilly bar owners, and the economics of comedy. Is it enough to break-up the friendship, or can the guys find some common ground? Also, Aqua Dots are fun, a John Cusack double-feature review and a 12-year-old girl tries comedy on Kid Nation. Update: Steve just booked the 12-year-old.

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Posted by joel at 04:17 PM

November 08, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #145: A Box of Valves

This week, Corey and Joel return to the two-man format that made them famous. No more Wolfmans or ghost hunters or wayward teenagers this week, just pure C&J goodness. Not that the guys don't recap the last few wild weeks of shows, as Joel finds the John Tenney appearance similar to a recent televised fight between two magicians - the bullshit artist vs. the bullshit artist. Also, the guys recap Halloween, including what TV shows celebrated the holiday and how The View and Regis & Kelly took Halloween to whole new douchey level. Plus, Corey reviews two new movies, I'm Not There and Fred Claus, and the guys play the new game that's sweeping the nation - "NHL Star or Convicted War Criminal?".

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Posted by joel at 05:46 PM

November 01, 2007

Corey and Joel Radio Show #144: Cass of 2007

It was a long time ago when Cass was first in the studio. Back then, she was a 17-year-old who Joel picked up when she ran out of gas on the freeway. Now, she's back on the eve of her 20th birthday and gives the guys an update. Cass has relocated to the East coast, but doesn't think that East Boston is the greatest place in the world. Unless you want to get picked up by Puerto Rican guys. She's also in school and her ultimate career goal is noble one, but surprising for a girl with three tongue piercings. Yes, Cass is even more tattooed and pierced then ever and thinks she might regret it some time, but not now. She also tells tales of fatal car accidents, risqué MySpace photos, underage drinking and the mom that seems to think that all of this is OK. To know her is to love her, so spend some time with Cass.

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One more year and Cass can do more than pose with the bottles

Posted by joel at 04:42 PM