Andy incorrectly remembers an amusement park name with great conviction. He is also wrong about the origins of the tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki room. Let’s face it, he doesn’t get a lot right in this episode. Lou finds wet hippie money in the wilderness. Jamie is required to change his pants in a casino. And a new superhero is created.
You have to give KTOO credit for putting up with us for several dozen episodes, but we have finally been evicted. Two listener complaints, a riveting story in episode 24 labeled as “indefensible” (listen now!), the deeply and grossly offended cabal of the secret Community Advisory Board, and a soiled, burned studio carpet were just too much.
Bridge from Nowhere is like a re-occurring nightmare that scars my very soul. Offensive and disgusting. Also, I hate gibbons.
But the main reason is that we just don’t fit into the public radio mold, and Bridge from Nowhere is not what the typical, long-time KTOO member wants. We are too different and different can be scary, uncomfortable, and unfamiliar. So in our place you can now enjoy second repeats of A Prairie Home Companion! Despite our parting we still want to thank KTOO for letting us record in the studio and for giving us a chance. Sorry about the carpet.
Also, the papyrus font didn’t help.
We have been cancelled by public radio, but our podcast gains in POWER!
Welcome to our first radio-free edition of BFN, in which our scientist buddy John Warrenchuk joins us to discuss biologic abnormalities and parasites. Plus, hallucinogenics south of the border, Giant Rats of Fiji, horrible hagfish, the battle with tapeworms, and a cyclops goat.
KTOO may have cancelled us, but our podcast only grows stronger!! BWU-HAHAHAHAHA!!!
We talk about many important topics today. Including: anadromous fish habitat in downtown Juneau, the life and loves of our primate friends, the Gibbons. And, we discuss epiphanies that may or may not occur during the act of pooping. Plus, beer festivals, weed, and the raw power of our house band KUHLSON!!!
Jamie tells of unusual ways midwesterners have fun with llamas, Your Favorite Sisters Alicia and Kirsa Hughes-Skandijs tell us about growing up rustic in West Virginia, Lou carbonates things, and Andy tries to pronounce words.
Damn it, Andy. Stop using Papyrus font. This isn’t a yoga den, Thai fusion restaurant, a weird smelly place that sells candles and bath salts, strip-mall “bistro”, or a cheap Alaskana gift shop.
Jamie describes his vision of a butter sculpture of himself, Lou almost gets lost while fishing from the shore. Andy talks about rats with Patrice Helmar, and the horrible subject of pigeon massacres in Juneau is discussed. Also, Hurricane Irma lashed Andy’s home town and the magic of molasses.
I don’t know much, but I know that “Aaron Neville” caused the solar eclipse using that body pod. We talk to Jamie about his experience with the totality, Patrice Helmar talks about life in the big city, and Lou posits his Aaron Neville theory.