Nov 4, 2020
This is Succotash Shut-In, the Soundcast Stimulus Package. If this is your first time through, welcome! If you’ve done this rodeo before, welcome back. I’m your every-other-episode host, Marc Hershon, and this is Season 4, Episode 227. (If you missed previous Epi226, with alternating co-host Tyson Saner, he featured a trifecta of comedy soundcast clips – from Candy Dinner, Blood and Black Rum, and Spanish Aqui Presents. You can still grab that intallment from our homesite, SuccotashShow.com or any of the fine authorized soundcast dispensaries in your area.
For this episode I will not be featuring clips but, instead, I have a fascinating chat with comedian/writer and deep thinker Dylan Brody. We’ve had Dylan on the show before, when he was a guest on one of our old favorite shows, Dylan Brody’s Neighbor’s Couch, hosted by Darren Staley. And Darren and Dylan had us – Tyson and me – on DylanBrody’s Neighbor’s Couch Revisited not too long ago. But this will be the first full-on, mano y mano, interview that I’ve had with him. What I love about it, and I even mention this in the course of our conversation, is that I thought the thrust of our chat was going to be one thing, and it turns out to be several other wonderful things instead.
This episode of Succotash Shut-In is brought to you by Henderson’s Pants, makers of the new Klept-O-Matic Trousers, just in time for shoplifting your way through the impending holiday season. And Trumpoetry.com, releasing yet another salvo of fresh verse right into the face of The One Who Shall Not Be Named.
Listen for mia amiko Tyson Saner in next week’s installment, Episode 228 and, until we meet again, please be kind to each other, remember to wear a mask, wash your hands, get out and take a walk, rate and review us on Apple and Google Podcasts, Follow us on Stitcher, and if your friends and family ask if you’re lisening to any good soundcasts, please be sure to pass the Succotash.
— Marc Hershon