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September 23, 2010

Joel Radio #47: Dancing With Caskets

The Fall TV season kicks off and Joel has his thoughts and predictions on the new, and returning crop of shows. In the reality world, Survivor adds a new wrinkle, Dancing With the Stars has some pretty dim "stars", and Amazing Race is already amazing YouTube viewers. Joel also has news on Detroit 187, promising a blurry and extremely short appearance by himself! Also, Corey calls in with a review of Running Wilde, which is Dharma and Greg for hipsters. Plus, Boardwalk Empire works, Corey is shocked by celebrity nudity, and the creators on Outsourced should be sent to India.

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Now for that Amazing Race clip!!!

Posted by joel at 08:25 PM

September 09, 2010

Joel Radio #46: Just Add Ron Jeremy

Yeah, it's been a month, but so much has happened you're being treated to a super-long, jam packed show! Since he last joined you, Joel performed at the annual Gathering of the Juggalos. With this year's edition being one of the wildest, and most controversial events ever. From Tila Tequila's stoning, to Gallager's wackiness, to Tom Green's appearance and tons of media hanging around, this is one of the year's most talked about events. Hear Joel's 1st person behind-the-scenes recap, a must-listen on this week's Joel Radio. There's sad news, too, as Joel's hero and inspiration, comedian Robert Schimmel, dies a ridiculously ironic death. Hear Joel, and guest Corey Hall, recap their memories of Robert and listen to some of his greatest bits. Also, Corey returns from a European vacation with wacky snacks in hand, Piranha 3 doesn't bite, Scott Pilgrim almost defeats the World, good Fantasy Football names, and Joauqin Phoenix fools no one with his crappy movie. Plus, believe it or not, porn legend Ron Jeremy actually takes the guys' call, answering a burning question only a sick bastard like Corey could come up with.

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This pic visualizes only a tiny bit of what's on this week's show

Posted by joel at 05:12 PM