Just TWO WEEKS until our first RiffTrax Live event of the year, SHARKNADO!
For those of you wondering, YES, I am preparing an extended John Hurt/John Heard/William Hurt skit for the intro. I’m talking seriously extended. We may need to trim the movie.
Showtimes and tickets HERE!
I’m guessing this sketch will go on a good hour, in two acts.
I’m beginning to think that Google’s image search technology needs a bit of work.
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world cup is so good this year you guys
"Define ‘goal!’ Define ‘goal’ dammit!"
I can say without reservation that doing @wits is the most fun I’ve ever had on the radio.
It’s not just the guests, who are spry and game and talented to the one. And it’s not just the truly miraculous versatility of the Witnesses, doing with vibes, bass, drums and pedal steel the work of an entire orchestra. It’s not just the writing of some profoundly funny and somewhat twisted writers, and not just the cool head of producer Larissa Anderson and her gang who work it like it’s air traffic control at O’Hare. Nor is it simply John Moe, who in a very short time has broken in his role as host so it’s as supple as a fielder’s mitt.
It’s all of these things, sure, but it’s nothing without you guys, the audience, sitting in the Fitz all happy with food truck food and good beer and whiskey, or those of you somewhere over the airwaves. You listen, you laugh, you sing, you stand up when told, you enjoy.
That’s really the reason for the whole thing, and I’m proud to have been a tiny part of what the show does so very well.
Happy Fiftieth Show from the Fitzgerald Theater, Wits. Take a well-earned bow.
(Photos are Copyright Minnesota Public Radio, all rights reserved.)
So I put the image of Jane’s He-Man-Troll Thing into Google’s wonderful new image search, and here are the images that are VISUALLY SIMILAR to He-Man Troll Thing.
The Internet is a marvelous place.
Jane finds the most marvelous things at the thrift store.
Rifftrax proudly presents “Color it Clean.” A twenty-minute meditation on the soul satisfaction of a well done job, while a guy cleans the shitter in a college building.
For twenty minutes.
I’m not kidding.
It’s an epic journey, please join us.