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Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Grim is on his annual mission to get Mark excited about Adult Swim's new fall premieres, in this case it's Squidbillies' eighth season and the brand new series Mr. Pickles. We talk to Squidbillies creators Dave Willis and Jim Fortier about the show and the phenomenon that is Adult Swim, plus the creators of Mr. Pickles, Will Carsola and Dave Stewart. And as if that weren't enough, we also chat with Mr. Pickles castmembers Jay Johnston (Mr. Show, Arrested Development), Frank Collison (My Name Is Earl, O Brother Where Art Thou), and Kaitlyn Robrock (Golan The Insatiable)! Listen now and watch the new episodes on [adult swim] Sunday, September 21st!
Lear Bunda currently works as an editor at Cartoon Network [Adult swim] where he has edited over 70 episodes of Squidbillies and Aqua Teen Hunger Force as well as other credits. He recently finished a short film called The Space Coast which he is gearing up to festival throughout the United States. You can find a project he directs and produces on sbnation.com called Shutdown Fullback the world's only college football comedy show.
Please join us as we welcome the undisputed King Of Country Western Troubadors and star of Adult Swim on Cartoon Network's hit series Squidbilles, Mr. Unknown Hinson to the Midnight Black Mass. We'll talk about his upcoming showdates, the current Unknown Hinson tour, plans for the eagerly anticipated follow up to Target Practice, what the future holds for Squidbilllies and much much more!
A small group of undergraduate students will build a live, unscripted dialogue about the contemporary issues of race, age, gender, religion, and body image--all from the perspective of and concerning the stereotypes of Appalachians. Matters at hand include several films such as The Descent and The Hills have Eyes; TV shows like The Squidbillies, Walker, Texas Ranger, and The Dukes of Hazzard; modern music--and the images the musicians project; and many others, even including Appalachians' portrayal in video games.
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