DQYDJ 89: Crusty Red

Posted on Thursday, October 29, 2009 by Melanie

(42:25 - 48.58 MB)

Welcome to Episode 89 of "Don't Quit Your Day Job: The Podcast!" where Jerry runs into problems with red meat, Stacy can't record due to Monday Night Football, Patrick gets rammed by an octogenarian (and not in the fun way), and Melanie is frantically practicing how to act like a normal person this Saturday because Stacy emailed Jeffrey Combs and got his permission for Mel to meet him and EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

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And remember, Angelenos, this has been extended one more time to October 31, but tickets are disappearing like hotcakes!

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  1. Stacy |

    1. Melanie has the social skills of a wildebeast.

    2. No wait, that was me....

    3. They are extending the run of Nevermore because Melanie is single-handedly supporting the show and they are all slamming her money into their drained 401-K's.

    4. I am not a cautionary tale!

    5. Whats a cautionary tale?

    6. Melanie is very, very nervous right now.

    7. I DID NOT order any voo-doo dolls through DQ Rick! (Hi Ricky!!) everyone knows that I get my voo-doo dolls through my spiritual advisor Mdm. Lola the voodoo queen!!!

  2. Melanie |

    1. No, I don't.

    2. Yes, that was you.

    3. Honey, I'm generous but I'm not THAT generous.

    4. Yes, you are.

    5. Remember the Thanksgiving when Mom got loaded on martinis and tried to call the Pope? That.

    6. No shit, Sherlock.

    7. Maybe Madame Lola is branching out to a different service provider? I mean, God knows she usually doesn't work with white light and good voodoo dolls...

  3. Nessa |

    I'm glad Patrick is ok! Car accidents are scary, especially when they are caused by old folks who shouldn't be driving anymore.

    Melanie, I am so excited for you! You will be fine! Just be yourself!


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