Janis Galloway of Publicity Room stops by the studio to explain to us what a public relations company does and why people like us need people like her! She also gave us our public relations report card! Find out how we did! We also introduce a couple of new segments we hope to have more of on the show! Mike introduces his new project, Aside Cast, and Sean ..well ...Sean gets something that's been bothering him off of his chest.
We talk a bit about the multitude of celebrity deaths that have been happening lately and we play some Sexy Book of Questions!
Kevin McDonald called us to talk about his upcoming sketch workshop in partnership with Rapid Fire Theatre. He also gave us some details about The Bonfire Sketch Comedy Showcase & The Kevin McDonald Show (April 10th at 7:30pm at the Citadel Theatre). A full extended interview with Kevin will be included in Season 1 Episode 11 of The Borchelli Brothers Podcast.
Special thanks to Matt Schuurman for helping us out.
Here it is! Our first Christmas episode. This episode comes in two parts:
1 - Cedar & Cypress ask us some tough Christmas questions. With all of our research we have done into magic and science, we tell them the 'truth' about Santa Claus.
2 - Dani Duh Bones joins us for the first time! We discuss the pagan origins of Christmas and what the Christmas tradition is in Dani's homeland--Ireland.
Dani speaks about his awesome dad who is an Irish folk rock musician. Here is a link to his page.
You can't get any more Borchelli than this. Today's guest is Jeff Borchelli, our mysterious fourth brother who we've only mentioned in the past. On this episode we talk about theoretical future technology and the steps we need to take to move into the space age. Jeff is our much smarter brother who frequently writes us emails listing all the mistakes we make on our podcasts. But hey! We're just talking here! We can't all be rocket scientists.
Here is the extension of Episode 1.8, our first of many Full Borchelli episodes. We tackle the Book of Questions on this episode and Jeff explains to us a little about quantum computers!
The next Myths and Legends Episode! We recorded this a while ago. Mike was away but I figured I'd get a guest anyway. I found the perfect guest-- Jason Colvin. So we pre-recorded his story and added a unique Mike and Sean intro discussing mythological weapons (mainly because Mike said he would be sad if he wasn't a part of the episode). It's all awesome. Enjoy.
On this very special Halloween special, we managed to book a HUGE guest! He joined us to tell some scary stories and have a fascinating conversation about his mystical origins.
This was a really interesting episode! We have Jessie Beier on to talk about the future! We do some time travelling. We do some learning. Jessie discusses the way we educate our children in a world that may not be super awesome for those kids to grow up in. Also, Nick Borchelli proves his worth by making our introduction less sucky.
We are still talking!!! We talk about future sci-fi possibilities! We talk about the holodeck! We talk about the ability to change our realities! We talk!
This episode we talk about comedy in film. Our guest David Berry, Associate Features Editor for the National Post, talks to us about the history of comedy in film and what makes a comedic film timeless. We agree for the most part but take him to task when needed. Book of Questions yields some surprising results.
The Book of Questions leads us down a dark path. How much would you charge to get rid of your neighbour's pet?
So here is our first Myths & Legends Episode. this one's a little longer. We will be having various guests on for this show topic over our season. We want it to be a pretty open subject, so we could talk about ancient myths, urban myths, myth busting, cryptozoology, how much money Sean can fit in his over-sized nostrils, or movies that are produced by Legendary pictures. Wherever the shoe fits. Our first episode features our enigmatic neighbour, Paul, who always has a great story to tell. Pick a subject and he will know something about it. it's weird. a conversation with Paul can sometimes be like walking through a Salvador Dali painting... you'll feel all melty and shit.
Book of Questions Part Deux and some discussion about other dimensions, ghosts and shit.
Our debut episdode! We welcome Craig Martell, local bar owner, promoter and comedian. In a city where venues are dropping like flies, we discuss why it's so fucking hard to run a cool place and still make the rent.
In this extension of episode 2 we talk about comics, Marvel and the movies. Warning: We (except Craig) are a little more inebriated at this point. Sorry.