Monthly Archives: March 2016

FlappCast Episode #145 – Skynet Is Born On Twitter

flappers_logo_eat_drink_laughJoshua Snyder discusses Google analytics, him teaching a level 1 Flappers comedy class, and how it only took a few hours on Twitter for Tay, an artificial intelligence, to turn into Skynet from the Terminator movies. During Punch It Up, Colleen Anne Johnston, Laila Berzins, and Greg Benevent perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.

FlappCast Episode #144 – The Polite Persistance of Jerry Corley

commercial28x10Jerry Corley, along with Joshua Snyder, discusses how comedy has evolved in our culture, attention spans of audiences, the 9 psychological laugh triggers, the various TV comedy hosts, an important audition he did, and the importance of polite persistence. During Punch It Up, Elizabeth Klingele and Howard Aronin perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.

FlappCast Episode #143 – Drinking Warm Vodka While Reading A Good Book… with The Show

TheShowAmazing musical comedians The Show, who is comprised of Adam Chambers and Sean Durrie, along with Joshua Snyder, discusses that “it only takes one girl” to compliment you to make you feel that something was the right thing to do, various sci-fi movies and shows, and Sean performing as Superman at a children’s birthday party… specifically Ben Affleck’s son’s birthday party! Batfleck himself! During Punch It Up, Kathi Hall and Willie Macc perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.

FlappCast Episode #142 – Sound Technology Issues… with Josh

flappers_logo_eat_drink_laughJoshua Snyder discusses some audio technology issues we had over the past week, then dives into…
During Punch It Up, Ebony Toliver, Justin Matson, and Robert Vertrees perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.

FlappCast Episode #141 – A Few Things Geek… with Josh And Bobby

flappers_logo_eat_drink_laughJoshua Snyder, along with Bobby Rice, discusses a few things geek, and Bobby’s writing of pilots, his time with The Groundlings, and sketches. During Punch It Up, Elliott Dixon and AnthonyCalderon perform 3 minute sets and get critiques.