Did you hear about the new internet hero? It’s the middle-aged woman who slapped a Hollywood producer after he told her to eat his dick because he heard her worrying about their airline fucking up her connection on Thanksgiving (which they did).
The brilliantly funny Joseph Scrimshaw wrote and co-stars in the latest episode of Getting On with James Urbaniak: “The Smart Thing,” a science fiction tale that explores the boundaries of human-digital interface with a frankness that would make Cronenberg blush. At Feral Audio and iTunes.
Me and Hal Hartley in 1997 on the set of “Henry Fool.” In 2006 I reprised my role as Simon Grim in the sequel “Fay Grim.” Now Hal is Kickstartering “Ned Rifle,” the third movie in what he always conceived as a trilogy.
Hal’s a true artist, a personal filmmaker with a real vision. He’s always had to work to raise money. He’s working hard at it now. If you’ve enjoyed “Henry Fool” or any of his films, I urge you to help make this one happen. You can also help just by reposting this. I’m looking forward to putting that jacket back on.
Episode 14 of GETTING ON WITH JAMES URBANIAK, “Custody,” is a Halloween tale by me and Brie Williams. Listen and share. If you dare. At Feral Audio and iTunes.
"Oh that was a good one." -Zack Handlen, The A.V. Club
Hi! You should head over to the Earwolf store and buy this magic: A K.N.I.F.E.G.R.A.B. T-shirt featuring an illustration by yours truly! From the legendary “Time Bobby" episode of Comedy Bang! Bang!, featuring "Andrew Lloyd Webber" (Paul F. Tompkins) and "Fourvel the orphan" (Bobby Moynihan). I haven’t seen the shirt in person yet, but Paul has, and he said it looks beautiful.
Sara did the artwork for my podcast’s Feral Audio page. You should follow her and buy this shirt.
Oh, Spotify. The thing is, you’re right.
Getting On with James Urbaniak, Episode 12: "OLD GIRLFRIENDS"
In the one-year-anniversary episode of my podcast, James takes a long, sometimes difficult walk down Romantic Memory Lane. Written by Todd Alcott, with Paget Brewster as a woman from my past. At Feral Audio and iTunes. The Onion AV Club previously said nice things about GOWJU here .