In the third and final installment of The Goosedown celebrating White History Month Kim & Jasper discuss their favorite white artist in music, followed by another round of "Stump Kim".
In the second installment of The Goosedown celebrating White History Month Kim & Jasper discuss their favorite white movies, actors and directors. Plus "Name That Ethnicity" makes its debut.
The Goosedown's latest episode, "White History Month" was originally supposed to be one episode, but we simply couldn't tackle it all in forty minutes, so we broke it up into three installments. If you haven't heard the 1st installment, it was all about White TV shows that we loved. This easily could have been two episodes by itself, and some of our selections unfortunately ended up on the cutting room floor. So here are some of our honorable mentions: Arrested Development, Portlandia, Sex In The City, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Jasper also discussed the impact that the show Seinfeld had on him as a kid and how it inspired him to do stand-up. A lot of really good stuff was omitted. Maybe we'll put together an episode with "Goosedown moments" that didn't make the cut. Look out for White History Month Parts II & III.
In the first installment of The Goosedown celebrating White History Month Kim & Jasper discuss their favorite white television shows. Also "You Aint Up On Dis" returns and a special closing thank you to white people.
Kim & Jasper discuss their favorite villains from television & film. Kim highlights the dos & donts of villain fashion and The Goosedown introduces a new game "Name That Villain".
Hey Everybody! Kimberly here. I was so broken-hearted over not being able to share our full episode about Tupac and special thanks to Greg Edwards of Thug Notes for stopping through. Hope you enjoyed the 12 minutes that we did manage to save. Oh and for the record, during our Hip-Hop Quotables segment, I have never in my life read (out loud) so many vile and profane things within a 20 second time span. It was so ridiculously foul I couldn't even get through the reading of the lyrics without laughing. You would have to listen to the episode to know what I'm speaking of. Well, the real reason why I'm writing this is to give you guys some inside on why we chose to talk about Tupac. It all stemmed from a heated discussion Jasper and I had about Pac. I told Jasper that in my opinion Tupac was a "slightly above average" rapper. (this is in terms of rhyming skills) Yes shots were fired - verbal shots that is. We agreed to disagree on several points made but the huge thing that we disagreed on was whether Tupac was a living legend or did he become a legend in death. What do you guys think? I'm really interested in what the people have to say about this. I don't know if we scrapped all of the audio from the episode, but maybe I can talk Jasper into releasing it, despite the poor quality. Feel free to chime in, was Tupac a legend in life or did he become a legend in death?
This podcast was intended to be about 2Pac with special guest Greg Edwards from the hit YouTube web series Thug Notes sitting in. But due to a technical issue with Greg's microphone we were unable to include his portion of the podcast, which unfortunately was the majority of the show. Thankfully we did manage to salvage two segments; "Classical HipHop Quotables" & "Talking To The Dead" and a little bit of the opening. My apologies. We owe yall one.
Kim & Jasper present the 1st annual Goose Awards. Kim gives acceptance speech advice. The Goosedown highlight their favorite award show moments and Jasper tries to "Stump Kim" with some award show trivia.
What up tho. Hope everyone had a dope holiday like myself. Just took down my Kwanzaa tree and lights. Anyhow Kim & I are enthused to have The Goosedown be part of the MaxFun podcast mafia and if you haven't had a chance to listen to our holiday show, check it out why dont'cha. For those who have, hope you enjoyed it and if you any questions concerning the episode or the podcast in general, holla at me. Im here for ya. Know that.
Kim & Jasper discuss their favorite moments of 2013, Christmas memories, grown men singing about snow, Kwanzaa Karolz & hold the first ever Christmas draft.