Maximum Fun's very own Brian Fernandes and Lindsay Pavlas are the stars of our first-ever web series, Brian And Lindsay Will Totally Eat That! Someone will throw them a snack, they'll eat it and rate it on a scale from "yummy to crummy." They have recorded a pilot already and with Director Benjamin Harrison (Put This On, 1000 Cones) and Director of Photography Noé Montes on the team, it looks great.
Here is a taste of what's to come on Brian and Lindsay Will Totally Eat That, care of Benjamin Harrison:
Brian Fernandes, Jackie Kashian, Simon Kane and Helen Zaltzman join host, Dave Holmes to call out the first un-funny Canadian, identify terrible Christmas songs and reminisce about a thing called Dido.
Other useful links this week:
Jackie Kashian wants to plug her “Dork on Dork Dialogue” podcast The Dork Forrest and her latest album / DVD / download This Will Make an Excellent Horcrux. Jackie recommends that you identify and donate to your local foodbank.
Simon Kane wants to plug his blog, his Monster Hunters podcast and the BBC sketch show he’s a regular on, John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme. Simon recommends supporting tragic conceptual art project / broken relationship Fred and Sharon’s Movies.
And finally, Dave Holmes is on Twitter @DaveHolmes and hosts his live quiz show, The Friday Forty at LA’s Meltdown Theatre on the second Friday of every month. Dave would like to recommend the band Chumped, particularly their new album Teenage Retirement.
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Sunny D, our producer, sits in with Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Brian's early days in LA, downtown Los Angeles, and Jordan's new job.
Also: mark your calendars Pacific Northwest! JJGo and SPY are coming -- Friday April 25 at the Mission Theater in Portland, Saturday April 26 at the Erickson Theater in Seattle, and Monday April 28 at the Vancouver Campus of Simon Fraser University.