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these days I don't that much about much, but here's a summary: [Apr. 18th, 2002|02:13 am]
Roy Janik
The show was a blast tonight. Nicole and I talked a lot on the air, which technically is a bad thing, but we had fun. We did another episode of Roy's Impromptu Sitcom. This one featured the father being stuck inside a pumpkin he was carving... perplexing. I also did a remote from yesterday. I had my minidisc recorder with me yesterday in the car, and I just started yammering away into it like I was on location for the radio station, so tonight I played that back, and talked in the appropriate silent areas. Chad and I also beatboxed a new version of the theme song, and finally, we played my new favorite song, "Frozen Embryos" by "Three Guys From Hollywood". yeah. After the show we hit Katz's where we were served by a waiter, who could easily play any type of character from the 50s, as well as Max Headrom.

[User Picture]From: vyvyanbasterd
2002-04-18 08:32 am (UTC)

That guy...

That waiter's actually a really funny guy.
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[User Picture]From: zinereem
2002-04-18 08:47 am (UTC)

Re: That guy...

Yeah, he was. It made me yearn for a Bastard Squad business card, so that we could rope in people to play specific roles. Over the past few days, in addition, to that guy, I've seen a really good Abraham Lincoln and a scary hillbilly/short order cook, both who seemed jovial enough to go along with our schemes.
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