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Comedian Paul F. Tompkins has appeared on basically every comedy podcast you may have heard of, and a lot that you haven't. We tried fooling him, giving him a list of podcasts and getting him to name the fake one, but he caught it right away — "Dan's Den." Still, Tompkins sees that as a challenge to make more podcasts.

"I hope this inspires someone to create 'Dan's Den,'" Tompkins tells the Frame.

He says he's lost count of how many podcasts he's been on, but it's at least in the hundreds by now.

Paul F. Tompkins as Cake Boss on Comedy Bang Bang

"Somebody was tracking them for a while," Tompkins says. "I don't know what happened to that person. Maybe they went mad!"

Podcasts have offered Tompkins an alternative to never-ending morning radio appearances.

If it weren't for podcasts, he says he "would probably be still traveling around, doing morning radio to promote my appearances, and really cursing the fact that I have to get up before the sun comes up in order to try to trick people into taking a chance on seeing me live, as opposed to being able to just do it myself and find my audience that way."

Podcasting has become its own medium, Tompkins says, offering another platform for comedians beyond avenues such as live shows and film.

"It's not really radio, and it's not really stage," Tompkins says. Podcasting offers the fun of play without having the live audience pressuring you:

"There's no expectation. The idea of live performance is, especially if you're doing improvising, if you're doing stand-up, the audience is there waiting every second to laugh. The pressure is on, they're there. You can't go too long without a laugh. So there's this sort of high wire feeling to it.

"Whereas podcasting, if you're improvising on a podcast, you are working directly with the other person. There's not the pressure of the people in the dark watching you. You know that an audience is going to hear this, but you can open up your mind in a way that maybe you can't when you're in front of an audience."

While recording a podcast lacks the feel of the live audience, Tompkins says that after doing it long enough, you develop an internal gauge where you know what's good and what isn't:

"You've built enough experience that you can say, I know when I'm working at the top of my game. Really, in anything, you could always be doing better. The nature of people that do the kind of thing that I do is ... you could even get a standing ovation and you could still [think], That one bit didn't go exactly the way that I wanted it to go. I didn't say it exactly the right way."

With Bob and David

Tompkins always has new projects ready to go, but one is actually a return engagement. He's doing Netflix's "With Bob and David," which is reuniting the team behind the classic cult sketch comedy series "Mr. Show" — Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. They're much bigger stars than they were when the original launched in 1995, which Tompkins says has made for a strange experience.

"To be doing kind of the same thing with the same people after a 16-year break is, it's weird," Tompkins says. "There's many moments of clarity, where I will find myself just falling into the way that it was, and then realizing this is not then, this is now."

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He's also doing his own TV show on the Fusion cable channel, "No, You Shut Up," and a new podcast, Spontaneanation, along with live shows. Still, the third season of Tompkins' show just wrapped and his podcast has a few episodes banked, so he has a bit more breathing room than normal.

"I have a tendency to not say no to things," Tompkins says. "Things are fun to do. And, I guess it's a mark of adulthood to realize, You, hey dude, you have a finite amount of energy and time on this earth, so maybe just because there's a blank space on your calendar, don't just fill it because it's open. Allow yourself time to say, Oh, I might want to just like hang out and watch a movie that day. Or I might want to spend some time with my wife, perhaps. But I decided that this year was going to be a year of hard choices, which is saying no to things that I could do and really want to do, but probably shouldn't do."

Tompkins says that, for the past few years, he kept saying yes to everything and would end each year worn down and swearing not to do it again — before doing the exact same thing again. This led to a day where he forgot his wife's birthday and fell asleep at a stop sign while driving his car.

No, You Shut Up!

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Tompkins does love his other projects. He describes "No, You Shut Up" as "Meet The Press" with puppets:

"So I'm the host, and then a number of our panelists are not real; they are creations of felt and buttons, and they have very strong opinions and viewpoints on things," Tompkins says. "We did two seasons of 15-minute episodes, and then we expanded to half-hour episodes in this third season, and that really allowed us to open the show up and make it a really crazy, surreal-- like, it's gone beyond just the sort of one-joke idea of, What if puppets were panelists on a news show? — and it's gone into really weird places. We've gotten great guests, and it's been really a joy to work on. I'm really proud of it and I laugh all day long when we shoot that show."

The puppets bear the seal of the highest level in puppetry — the Jim Henson Company. Tompkins says the puppets on his show look like cousins of the Muppets:

"It is a very strange thing, and the way it's configured, I can't see the puppeteers — they are below the desk — and they have monitors so they can make sure that they are making, quote-unquote, 'eye contact' with me. And that was the biggest challenge for me early on, because there's a huge improv element to our show — we riff a lot with each other."

Tompkins says it took a while, but eventually it dawned on him that the problem was that he was missing the visual cues that are such a huge part of improv.

"To see someone's face, even to see their physicality — they might start to move in a certain way, and you realize, Oh, time for me to shut up, this person has something to say, they're going to take this in a different direction. But when you are looking at a thing, and it just has these black dolls' eyes, it's unnerving, and you don't know what's going to happen — not in a good way. But then after a while, what became more unnerving is when I got used to it, when these things began to become real to me."

That cast of characters includes a variety of forest creatures gone political, including a Christian conservative squirrel.

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Tompkins says he doesn't think the show's characters are that far off from real Fox News anchors.

"They would cloak their language a little more, they wouldn't be as direct as Star the Squirrel is, but absolutely. And that character voiced by Colleen Smith, who is a tremendous performer, is one of my favorite characters on the show, because she is like Facebook comments come to life. There is someone that you know in your Facebook feed who says exactly these things."

The show draws inspiration from all sorts of places — including MTV's "Ridiculousness," which inspired their parody "Wait, What?!"

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"They watch YouTube clips of people hurting themselves [on 'Ridiculousness'], and then they don't really make jokes about it, they just sort of comment and sort of sum up exactly what we just watched. And so our writers were obsessed with this show, and we decided, that episode, for our show, was a big turning point, because that's when we really started to go off in a very strange direction, and realize, well, not everything has to be about the news."

Spontaneanation

Tompkins' new podcast was birthed when the Earwolf podcasting network, on which he's a frequent guest (including flagship show "Comedy Bang Bang"), approached him about doing a new show. He'd done a show before called the Pod F. Tompkast that was highly produced, but Tompkins says it was unsustainable to make that show while trying to have a career outside of it.

Pod F. Tompkast: Google Voice transcripts

"So when these guys approached me, I thought, OK, what would be the opposite of that show? — something that I could just show up and do, and when I'm done, the show is done. And I realized, Oh, OK, I like to do improv, and I like to chat with people, and there's got to be a way that I can do all those things without any preparation at all, beyond just booking the guests. And this is what I came up with."

The show is based around a freeform interview, where Tompkins tries to ask questions to get details that he and a group of improvisers use to inspire a scene.

Spontaneanation

"It's been so enjoyable to do, and it's also an exercise for me in letting go and not having to micromanage everything," Tompkins says. "The show — week in, week out — it is what it is. It is ephemeral, it is in the moment, it is exactly what it is supposed to be."

The scenes are also accompanied by Eban Schletter, who improvises live music on piano. Tompkins says he's been working with Schletter for almost 20 years. The musician also works with Tompkins on live shows, including creating a new arrangement of Adele's "Skyfall" for one show.

Paul F. Tompkins doing Adele's Skyfall

Tompkins says that, after all the media he's done, he thinks there's probably enough info about him online that you could do a pretty good job impersonating him just by studying how much of his life has been documented:

"If you wanted to actually live my life and fool my wife, you might be able to do it from my podcast appearances."

More episodes of "No, You Shut Up" are currently airing on Fusion, and this fall he'll be back on Netflix in "With Bob and David" and on the animated show, "BoJack Horseman" — where he voices the talking dog, Mr. Peanutbutter.

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Tell Me About It

Ninth in a series of disorganized thoughts I am left with immediately after watching something.

Well, to be fair, I’m through just two seasons (of five?) as available on Netflix, so it’s an ongoing endeavor.  Why?  Well, some reasons!

There is a comedian by the name of Paul F. Tompkins, with whom I have been familiar for some time.  I first saw his work on the legendary Mr. Show With Bob and David, a mid-to-late 90’s springboard for a whole slew of emerging alternative comedians (in addition to writing, Tompkins made a few appearances, such as in this sketch where he briefly appears as an entertainer-for-hire, Champion “The Drinker”).  Later, I’m sure I’d seen him in other things, maybe a few clips in rotation on Comedy Central in the days where they’d chop up as many stand-up specials as they could and repackage them into those interminable clip shows.

Most recently, though, I’d become reacquainted with him through the intimidating world of comedy podcasts.  He is probably the most prolific man in podcasting, having contributed hundreds of hours of appearances across dozens of shows, as well as sporadically releasing episodes of his own, The Pod F. Tompkast.  There used to be a website that kept track of them all, but I believe they must have given up a few months ago, realizing it to be an exercise in futility.

So wait, what does any of this have to do with Cake Boss?

Well!  Ya see!

Tompkins will very often appear on podcasts as a character.  All his characters have begun as parodic portrayals of various celebrities.  Not a master mimic (that honor would go to James Adomian), but Tompkins picks a few key characteristics as his foundation then, through improvisational play over the course of an episode, spins the characters off in wild directions.  On Comedy Bang Bang, which is like the Grand Central Station of comedy podcasts, he has appeared as Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Werner Herzog, Garry Marshall, and   oh yeah: Buddy Valastro, Cake Boss.

Over the course of many appearances, Cake Boss had developed a very particular ‘mythology’, if you will.  In addition to randomly repeating his appellation under his breath, it has been learned that he has the ability to make living cakes and, after being bitten by a cake bug, has been blessed/cursed with the Second Sight, which allows him to see the moment of somebody’s death.  Anyway, that’s all a really long lead-up to saying this: I wasn’t familiar with the show before I heard Tompkins’s character, so it was a point of curiosity for me to watch.  I wanted to see what he was basing his core character on, what mannerisms and voice he was modeling.  So I started watching!

Cake Boss follows the basic formula of predecessor/counterpart Ace of Cakes: in-demand bakery makes elaborate cakes for high-profile events, we are treated to behind-the-scenes hijinks, drama as pressure from deadlines and other complications mount, and finally catharsis when the customers see their cakes at last.

Partly I’ve let it run as background noise at work and at home while I do other things, looking over now and then to see their progress, but between Cake Boss and Ace of Cakes, I like CB better.  As a personality, he’s more amusing (though not nearly as wild as Tompkins’s portrayal, but I do crack up whenever I hear the mannerisms and inflections that Tompkins latched onto).  As a cakeist(?), the work they do is more visually appealing to me.  Ace of Cakes abused fondant endlessly, but Cake Boss relies more often on modeling chocolate for similar sculptural effects.

I could be misremembering, as it’s been a while since I’ve seen an episode of Ace of Cakes, but I have no memory of them mentioning modeling chocolate (at least by that name). This is not to say that Cake Boss doesn’t use fondant when it’s warranted (such as for larger flat surfaces, and as a base for texture) but my recollection of most Ace cakes was, oh it’s just a flat foundation of sheet cakes with heaps of Rice Krispies treats covered in fondant. Cake Boss does more sculpting of a core of stacked cakes, as I am recalling.

Is one way better than the other, ultimately? Why does this matter to me?  Well, it’s a dumb reason!  But I think modeling chocolate sounds tastier.  Plus I think they get a much more cake-y candy look in the finished product versus the matte, clay-like appearance most of the Ace’s cakes end up with.

There is much showcasing of pretty straightforward and classic cake decorating techniques which, as a long-time reader of the blog Cake Wrecks, I have an appreciation for how simple things even can abused or ruined through ineptitude.  So it’s nice to see a positive portrayal of what’s possible without relying solely on fancy foodstuffs.

One thing I don’t like about Cake Boss, though, is that he has a penchant for merciless, borderline-abusive pranks played on his staff.  On the occasion of his sister’s birthday, for example, he ambushes her from within a fridge, rendering unto her a non-consensual pie to the face. In another instance, a cake was too large to fit in the onsite walk-in fridge, so it was left in the back of the van overnight when temperatures in New Jersey would drop sufficiently low.  To stand watch, Cake Boss (I’m not gonna call him by his real name, come on!) orders their delivery boy “Stretch” to sleep in the truck cab overnight.  Why does he agree?  As he laments, he has no pillow or blanket, and winds up draped awkwardly across two bucket seats.  Still, godspeed, he manages to fall asleep.  Only to be awoken in the morning by Cake Boss dousing his head with a bucket of cold water, poured in through the open driver’s side window.  This same lad was previously subjected to buckets of water and flour dumped onto him from the roof as he exited the building. Eff that ess, man.

Plus there was that whole making fun of transgendered people thing.

To bring it back to Mr. F. Tompkins, it is interesting that he hasn’t really capitalized on the weird dichotomy of a baker who on one hand delights people with whimsical cakes and treats, but on the other hand establishes himself as the patriarch of this weird, insular cake tribe by exerting a physically aggressive stance but turns around and laughs it off right after. If there’s a solid investigative documentary angle to be explored, it’s that as Carlo’s Bakery as a tribe with its own customs which may strike outsiders as overly harsh.

So we come to that perennial question: can we still enjoy an artist’s work when we find the artist personally detestable?  Maybe that’s a bit heady a concern for a show about fancy desserts.  But I will take Cake Boss, both the good and the bad.  We all wear many masks, and I’m sure I’ve done things which would not come across well if shown on television.  But then again, I am not being shown on television (to my knowledge).  Still, Cake Boss knows full well that he is, and if this is the face he wants to put forward, so be it.

Anyway, I find enjoyment in watching craftspeople ply their trade, so even the pop-documentary approach is acceptable if it generates a permanent (or at least lasting) record of an art which is by its nature ephemeral.  First, cake is inherently perishable, and second, though it would be possible to make a cake-looking sculpture, these cakes are meant to be eaten and we are in fact shown them being eaten in the show.  Some of them are pretty impressive bits of edible engineering, too, so I find value in it.  Do I rate it highly?  Not really, but it’s pleasant enough.  Were I forced to grade it on a scale, I would rate it three tiers out of five (which, as I learned from this show, five tiers would be an unusually tall cake).

Is the ‘real’ Cake Boss as enjoyable to me as Paul F. Tompkins’s portrayal?  Not by a long shot, but now the next time he brings that character out, I’lll have a fuller appreciation for what he’s working with.  Cake Boss:modeling chocolate::Paul F. Tompkins:people.  They each take these simple materials and, through extensive molding, sculpting, tweaking, and tuning, turn them into delightful, cartoonish things.

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4. Cake Boss (Comedy Bang Bang)

cakebossIFC's Comedy Bang Bang, essentially itself a spin-off of the comedy podcast of the same name, turns late-night talk shows on their heads in a way that hasn't been done since The Larry Sanders Show. Its host, comedian and writer Scott Aukerman (Hot Saucerman), invites a series of real-life and fictional characters on his program to create some of the most absurd comedy ever filmed. One of his most famous guests is the Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro. Portrayed by stand-up superstar Paul F. Tompkins, the Cake Boss is really only a slightly exaggerated version of the actual reality TV star. Buddy is a man who constantly repeats the phrase "cake boss" (cake boss!) when it is spoken. And, unfortunately for him, he has the gift-slash-curse of having been bitten by a cake-bug, which rarely bite humans but do grant the power of the second-sight. If only the real TLC program with the real-life Cake Boss contained moments in which its host was able to see into the future and witness the death of television hosts, merely for saying that they like pie better than cake.
 

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Q&A: 'Speakeasy' host and podcaster Paul F. Tompkins


Personally, I find it hard to go more than two weeks without Paul F. Tompkins.

I say this partly because Tompkins seems to be everywhere at the moment — podcasts, web series, TV — but also because it's always a delight to hear what he has to say, whether it's as a character or himself.

Last week I had the pleasure of talking to Paul about his various projects, including Made Man's online talk show Speakeasy, which cranks out a new episode every other Monday. (Today's ep just went up, and upcoming guests include Tom Lennon, Gillian Jacobs and, intriguingly, Haley Joel Osment.)

Here's what went down:

Paul F. Tompkins: Whitney, how are you?

Me: I'm good! I don't think we've ever talked before, but I've spent days of my life listening to you on podcasts. You've probably appeared on more than anybody else, right?

I think that might be true. I think a case could be made. (Some GPS-like noises can be heard in the background.)

Are you driving right now?

Yes, I am — my wife and I just bought our first house, and we were consulting about paint. (Laughs)

Congratulations, that's a pretty big thing.

Thank you. It's overwhelming. And the paint selection is not helping.

Do you remember the first podcast you appeared on? Was it your own?

Man, oh man. I think the first podcast I ever did was probably Jimmy Pardo's Never Not Funny. Oh! You know what? I don't think that's true. I think it might've been AST Radio. Matt Belknap, who is Jimmy's producer and co-host, would periodically do these interviews with comedians. I sort of feel that predates Never Not Funny, I could be wrong — and if I am, I'm sure Jimmy will be very upset with me. (Editor's note: Indeed, Paul appeared on AST Radio in 2006, while it looks like his first stint on Pardo's show was in 2008.)

Do you listen to any podcasts on your own time?

Oh, I listen to them all the time, especially because you have to drive so much in Los Angeles. I listen to them while I'lm driving, while I'm doing household chores — they're good for folding laundry and stuff like that. I'm a consumer as much as I am a participant.

And do you mostly listen to the comedy ones?

Mainly, but I do listen to things like Stuff You Should Know and Getting It On with James Urbaniak.

One thing I like about you is that you do impressions of people that no one else does impressions of. Did that start because of the podcasts?

It's a relatively recent thing, and it definitely has its roots in podcasting. The very beginnings of it was doing impressions when I was hosting Best Week Ever. Sometimes it would be better to make a joke as part of a little sketch as opposed to just a one-line joke. The first time I did Cake Boss or Ice-T or Andrew Lloyd Webber was on Best Week Ever.

When Scott Aukerman started his podcast (now called Comedy Bang Bang), the first time I was a guest, he said, "If you want to come on as yourself or a character …" Him saying that sparked something. I don't think I ever would've thought of doing a character otherwise. So I did Ice-T the first time and then started doing other characters regularly on his show.

When I stated my own podcast, I absolutely wanted to incorporate voices, and the idea of doing all my voices talking to each other seemed like the most fun thing to do, and was different than what anybody else was really doing at the time.

Do you have a favorite impression you like to do, or is it too tough to pick one?

It's honestly impossible. But I would say the ones I love doing the most are probably Andrew Lloyd Webber, Garry Marshall and Werner Herzog. One that is climbing up my personal chart is J.W. Stillwater, the masked vigilante from Cumberbatch County, Fla.

Have you come face to face with any of the people you impersonate, like Werner?

Oh, no. That would be a dream — I'm such a huge Werner Herzog fan and would love to meet him. The only people I've met that I do impressions of I have not seen since I started doing the impressions. John Lithgow I started doing after I met him. John C. Reilly I met on many occasions but haven't seen him since I've done the impression.

And Ice-T I have not met, but his podcast pranked me recently with an Ice-T impersonator. They told me, "Ice-T wants to talk to you on his podcast." I was so excited to talk to this guy and so disappointed when I found out it wasn't him. That all wind up being very cool, beyond the disappointment of not talking to the real Ice-T.

I wanted to ask you about Speakeasy, which you host as yourself. I really like the Lizzy Caplan episode, the Katee Sackhoff episode — uh, I guess I like it when you have attractive ladies on the show.

(Laughs) We always get really interesting people, and I absolutely love doing that show. It's so great that I get to have these more intimate conversations with people — some of whom I know, some of whom I'm meeting for the first time. By virtue of there being no audience, we're able to have a much more conversational and less canned sort of chat.

You know, I feel like you have all the talents that would make an excellent late-night talk show host. I don't know if that's something you'd be interested in …

Oh, I'd love to do that. Unfortunately, it's not up to me ... and it seems like it's all sewn up right now.

By the way, do you have Super Bowl fever?

(Uproarious laughter)

I didn't think so, but you never know!

I seem to be one of those people that's immune to Super Bowl fever. I may be a carrier, but I'm immune to it myself.

So what will you be doing while it's on?

All my rowdy friends will be coming over to watch Downton Abbey ...

And don't forget Sherlock.

Yes, that is my Super Bowl. The fact that those two things are happening on the same night.

And what else are you working on these days? I saw you did live State of the Union commentary with puppets.

Yes, I do this very strange show called No, You Shut Up! on the Fusion network. It's a weekly roundtable show with me as the host, and the panelists are puppets from the Henson Company. It's like Meet the Press in a weird dream that you had.

As for podcasts, where can I hear you next?

I got a couple Comedy Bang Bangs in the can, and I'll be making more appearances on the TV show this year. And Dead Authors — we just got back from San Francisco, where we did an episode that benefited 826 Valencia. That was with Thomas Lennon as William Faulkner, which is one of the craziest ones we've ever done.

Well, I'll be listening. Thanks again for your time, and congratulations again on the new house.

Thank you so much, Whitney. What a pleasure to chat with you.

Follow Paul F. Tompkins on Twitter at @PFTompkins.

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Buddy ValastroTLC"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro

Last Friday, comedian Paul F. Tompkins did impressions of Hoboken's "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro on the ComedySportz LA show "Up Late with Adam Fisher."

Tompkins, who has previously done parodies of the TLC star (including an overdub that says the show is scripted, ripped off "Ace of Cakes" and perpetuates Italian stereotypes) came dressed as the boss and spoke about his latest commission - a Death cake.

As the Boss, Tompkins "explained" that an eccentric billionaire pondering the meaning of this life and the next asked him to create the cake.

"When I think about it, I get emotional," said Tompkins, "choking up" as he mocked Valastro. "Death comes to us all," he explained, calling the Grim Reaper a guy with a "crazy big knife on a stick."

He also made fun of Valastro's "angry" face and tendency to speak loudly. At one point, after host Adam Fisher asked him a question about the death cake, Tompkins snapped, "Stop yelling at me! I want to be the one who yells!"

Check out the parody for yourself:

What do you think of Tompkins's impression?

Источник: https://www.nj.com/hobokennow/2011/09/hobokens_cake_boss_mocked_by_c.html

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4. Cake Boss (Comedy Bang Bang)

cakebossIFC's Comedy Bang Bang, essentially itself a spin-off of the comedy podcast of the same name, turns late-night talk shows on their heads in a way that hasn't been done since The Larry Sanders Show. Its host, comedian and writer Scott Aukerman (Hot Saucerman), invites a series of real-life and fictional characters on his program to create some of the most absurd comedy ever filmed. One of his most famous guests is the Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro. Portrayed by stand-up superstar Paul F. Tompkins, the Cake Boss is really only a slightly exaggerated version of the actual reality TV star. Buddy is a man who constantly repeats the phrase "cake boss" (cake boss!) when it is spoken. And, unfortunately for him, he has the gift-slash-curse of having been bitten by a cake-bug, which rarely bite humans but do grant the power of the second-sight. If only the real TLC program with the real-life Cake Boss contained moments in which its host was able to see into the future and witness the death of television hosts, merely for saying that they like pie better than cake.
 

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EXTRASODE: A Phone Call For Mr. Tompkins

From The Paul F. Tompkins Show 10th Anniversary Special: "A Phone Call For Mr. Tompkins," featuring Brian Whalen.

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GUESTRASODE! The Dead Authors Podcast Chapter 14 featuring Jen Kirkman

Haven't checked out The Dead Authors Podcast yet? We'll bring it right to you!

Featuring our very own Southie! Jen Kirkman guests as Abbie Hoffman.

For more information on the Echo Park Time Travel Mart and 826LA, go to 826la.org.

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EXTRASODE: The Holiday Play

Merry Christmas! And... other things! From The Paul F. Tompkins Show, December 2010: "The Holiday Play," with Joshua Malina, Judy Greer and Tim Meadows. We'll be back in The New Year! Thank you for your support!

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The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 24: Live at Largo

Episode 24: Recorded LIVE in front of An Audience at Largo at The Coronet on October 20th, 2012. The Golden Age of Italian Explorer Television. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: "Advice to The Probably Dead" with Melissa Rauch, Beth Littleford and Janie Haddad Tompkins. The Inevitable Conclusion of The Great Undiscovered Project. It's Nice To Not Be Alone In Your Crumbles. 

The Pod F. Tompkast WILL Return.

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Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 23: Paul Scheer, Crissy Guerrero, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash

Episode 23: The Great Undiscovered Project Goes Psycho. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: "Scheer Vengeance," featuring Paul Scheer and Crissy Guerrero. Paul gets introspective and outrospective. Next: LIVE AT LARGO.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_23.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 22: Scott Aukerman, Patton Oswalt, Matt Gourley, John Ross Bowie, Kimmy Gatewood, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T

Episode 22: Up, up, and also away with The Great Undiscovered Project. “The Dream Prisoners,” with Matt Gourley, John Ross Bowie, Kimmy Gatewood and Patton Oswalt. Scott Aukerman SINGS! Southie? SOUTHIE?!?!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_22.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 21: Justin Kirk, Andy Daly, Rich Sommer, Laraine Newman, Ice-T, Garry Marshall, Cake Boss

Episode 21: Whither The Home Piano? The Great Undiscovered Project Takes a Field Trip. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: "The Uncanny Hollow," featuring Andy Daly, Rich Sommer and Laraine Newman. Justin Kirk retroactively walks the walk. 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_21.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 20: Paget Brewster, Jessica St. Clair, John Lithgow, Mr. Brainwash, John C. Reilly

Episode 20: Now, HERE be dragons?  Inspiration Alley. "A Little Off The Top," featuring Jessica St. Clair. Fabulous faubulist Paget Brewster (Criminal Minds, The Thrilling Adventure Hour) comparison shops for ancient weaponry. 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_20.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 9:09am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 19: Thomas Lennon, John C. Reilly, Dave (Gruber) Allen,

Episode 19: Good evening to you all. The first step is admitting you have a problem with someone. Choose Your Own Grube-venture, featuring Dave (Gruber) Allen. Talking about architecture is like Thomas Lennoning about podcasting. 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_19.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 18: Garry Marshall, John C. Reilly, John Lithgow, Jen Kirkman

Episode 18: WE HAVE RETURNED. The Great Undiscovered Project Steams Up. Advice To The Probably Dead, featuring Janet Varney, Scott Rodgers, and Janie Haddad Tompkins. LEAVE SOUTHIE ALONE! Strange Happenings. Remember! The Pod F. Tompkast happens LIVE on Saturday, October 20th! See pulftompkins.com for details.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_18.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

EXTRASODE: Chik Tract

A rarity indeed! Here is Paul's monologue from the July 2012 performance of The Paul F. Tompkins Show.

WARNING: Contains social commentary.

Silliness will resume next month. Promise.

Recorded Live at Largo at The Coronet in West Hollywood, CA.

Direct download: EXTRASODE__Chik_Tract.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

ANNOUNCETRASODE: Come See Paul And Eban Record A Pilot For Television!!!

Will you be in the Los Angeles are on Thursday, June 28th, 2012A.D.?

YOU SHOULD BE! Because then you can attend a taping of NIGHTCAP WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS!

“Comedy Central’s 'Nightcap with Paul F. Tompkins' is a humorous and interactive look at the world of popular culture as Paul and a recurring group of his funny friends offer their unique take on the most talked-about stories of the day.”

Paul is hosting this sumbitch and Eban is doing the music LIVE.

THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH

6 & 9PM

HOLLYWOOD CENTER STUDIOS

Go to http://paulftompkins.com/live.php for tickets! Use the code “nightcap” so you can get tickets before anyone else!

You are cordially invite you to get in on the ground floor of your new favorite TV show.


EXTRASODE: The Trip, Part II

Remember when John Lithgow dropped peyote and went on a vision quest?  Here is the audio of the vision he quested!

Direct download: EXTRASODE__The_Trip_Part_II.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 9:54am PST

EXTRASODE: From Minnesota Public Radio, it's WITS with John Moe and Aimee Mann!

A first! We are excerpting another program! John Moe's WITS is a variety show on the radio in St. Paul, MN. Paul guested recently, with his ole pal Aimee Mann, and they were forced to do creative battle against each other! Recorded live at The Fitzgerald Theatre on May 11, 2012.

For more WITS audio (and video!) go to http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/wits/


The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 17: Werner Herzog, Garry Marshall, John Hodgman, Jen Kirkman

Episode 17: Who's Worse, Our One Listener or All Birds? The Great Undiscovered Project Has Gone Fishin'. "Sounds Fun!" with John Hodgman (recorded live at San Francisco SketchFest 2012). Are You Ready To Go Back To Fake Titanic, Jen? 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_17.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 16: Gillian Jacobs, Judy Greer, Jen Kirkman, Cake Boss, Werner Herzog

EPISODE 16: Peasants, We Miss You. The Great Undiscovered Project, Lost in The Wilderness with Werner and Cake Boss. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show, "Lice Capades," with Judy Greer (recorded live at San Francisco SketchFest). Community's GILLIAN JACOBS Visits The Internet, and Is Probably The Only Person In Her Family Who Could've Survived The Trip! Jen Kirkman Bids a Farewell To Nana (including her arms). IF YOU'RE PERSPIRING, TURN THIS OFF IMMEDIATELY.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_16.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 5:14pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 15: Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash, Martha Plimpton, Chris Hardwick, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 15: The Origins of The Potter's Field. The Great Undiscovered Project Brings You The Boss of Cakes and a Washer of Brains. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Advice To The Probably Dead, feat. Martha Plimpton. Nerdist Host Chris Hardwick Visits and Curses, a Lot! Jen Kirkman Sings The Ballad of Baskin-Robbins Bob. Be Careful What You Wish For.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_15.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 3:00pm PST

EXTRASODE: Sign, Sign, One Specific Place a Sign

Here is a bit of security chat that simply didn't fit in the Jen call from Episode 14. But we liked it, still. So here. HERE.

Stay through the plugs at the end to hear Nick Fury recriuit Jen for the Phone Call Avengers!


The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 14: John Lithgow, Ice-T, John C. Reilly, Mr. Brainwash, Paul Scheer, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 14: The Great Undiscovered Project Moves Forward-- Literally! From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Home Sick with Special Guest Paul Scheer. Jen Kirkman is Alarmingly Disarming! And Plenty of Rambles. I Mean, PLENTY.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_14.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 10:37pm PST

EXTRASODE: We're Coming Back! featuring the Telemarketer Who'd Been Hit in The Head With a Brick

We know we've been away for a while.  We miss you, too.  Life is complicated, you guys!  So complicated, in fact, that sometimes you will call someone up and pretend to be a guy who got hit in the head with a brick!  JUST LISTEN, IT WILL ALL MAKE SENSE OR IT WON'T, MAYBE!

The Pod F. Tompkast WILL return.

Direct download: ANNOUNCETRASODE__Were_Coming_Back.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

EXTRASODE: For Whom Cares About The Bell's Toll? with Janeane Garofalo

Happy Hallowe'en! From 2010, here's a sketch from The Paul F. Tompkins Show featuring special guest Janeane Garofalo.

NOTE:  There are numerous sound problems that occur here and there.  They are not the kind that will make you throw off your headphones in a shrieking fury of pain, they just make things a little difficult to hear sometimes. We are sorry that archival recordings are often jerk recordings.  But If you knew what it sounded like before Eban took his digital scalpel to it, you would be in awe.  Enjoy!


EXTRASODE: Garry Marshall Presents

From October 2011 edition of The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Paul riffs pre-show, in character as Garry Marshall.

Direct download: EXTRASODE__Garry_Marshall_Presents.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 10:00am PST

EXTRASODE: Re-Skype-uling, with Chris Hardwick

Paul visits with his absent friend, Chris Hardwick.  Check out Chris Hardwick's podcast, The Nerdist Podcast! It's on the Internet!

Direct download: EXTRASODE__Re-Skype-uling.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 2:10pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 13: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Garry Marshall, Werner Herzog, Gillian Jacobs, John Hodgman,  Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 13: We Have Returned. Paul and Eban Ramble Their Way Into A New Chapter of THE GREAT UNDISCOVERED PROJECT, A Live Sketch With Community Star GILLIAN JACOBS, a Phone Call With Our Dear Friend JEN KIRKMAN, and An Unexpected Visit From The Great JOHN HODGMAN. An Extra-Packed Season Premiere! Fanshy!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_13.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:11pm PST

EXTRASODE: The Trip

John Lithgow. John C. Reilly. Mr. Brainwash. The Desert. Peyote. Dragées. Visions. Yelling!

Season Two starts SOON.

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_The_Trip.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 12: Live at Largo! Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Cake Boss, Judy Greer, Maria Thayer, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 12:  Recorded In Front of A Live Audience At Largo at The Coronet on Saturday, June 18th, 2011.  Hurt Feelings, Ominous Portents, and Efforts Britishly Redoubled. Chit-Chat Challenge! (featuring Judy Greer and Maria Thayer) Little Surfer Southie. Paul F. Tompkins Vient à Votre Ville. The Pod F. Tompkast WILL Return.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_12.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 11: Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash, Matt Gourley, Stephen Dunham, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 11: Apologies To At Least One Of You In Advance. Been To The Desert With A Horse of Dragées. Google Voice Theatre Presents: JAWS (with Matt Gourley and Stephen Dunham). A Star Isn't Born. Paul F. Tompkins Sweats In Your Town! An Important Message About The Tompkins 300! And Don't Forget: If You're In The Los Angeles Area on Saturday, June 18th, Come See The LIVE Recording Of The Pod F. Tompkast SEASON FINALE! For More Information, Visit paulftompkins.com.

Direct download: The_Pod_F_Tompkast_Episode_11.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 10: John Lithgow, Mr. Brainwash, John C. Reilly, Maya Rudolph, Jen Kirkman

I'm Sorry I Made You Think I Had A Time Machine. The Trouble With Novelty Telephones. Advice To The Probably Dead (featuring Maya Rudolph, Kathryn Burns and Aubrey Leigh). Jen Kirkman and The Case of The White Knuckles. Cinco de My GOD. The Intimidating Air of The Narnian Talking Elk.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_10.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 8:31am PST

EXTRASODE: Prince? Charming!

From the April 22nd 2011 edition of The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Paul introduces the evening's entertainment as a very special and purple person. We were going to release this as an Extrasode anyway, but since we couldn't get the regular episode finished in time, we put this out now. Two more miracles like this and we will be beatified for sure!

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_Prince__Charming.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 8:51am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 9: John Lithgow, Garry Marshall, Maya Rudolph, Jon Hamm, Jen Kirkman

Episode 9: Jaunty, Right Out Of The Gate! The Game Is A-Loud! The Ex-Terminator (featuring Maya Rudolph and Jon Hamm). The Kirkman of Cell Block H. Paul F. Tompkins Comes To Your Hemisphere. Attention Must Be Paid!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_9.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 8: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Garry Marshall, Ice-T, Donald Glover, Justin Kirk, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 8: Horseknees: The Envy of All Mammals! Webber's Wrules of Order and The Beginnings of A Plan. Presidents Day of The Dead (featuring Justin Kirk and Donald Glover). Aires Magazine, The Magazine for Millionaires! Paul F. Tompkins Comes To Your WHAT'S THAT TICKING SOUND? Our Most Secret and Hypoellergenic Friends.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_8.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:36pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 7: Ice-T, John Lithgow, Matt Gourley, Stephen Dunham, Jen Kirkman

Episode 7: Much Talk of Raccoons. A "Ricochet" Reunion, Of Sorts. Google Voice Theatre (featuring Stephen Dunham and Matt Gourley). Jen Is A Punk. Scott Comes To Paul's Town To Tell You That Paul Comes To Your Town. Unfamous Ghost Roast!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_7.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 6: Mr. Brainwash, John Lithgow, Maya Rudolph, Bob Odenkirk, Jen Kirkman

This One's A Real Neck-Twister! Tell Go-Go All About It. Fun For Children Both Internal And Regular (featuring Maya Rudolph & Bob Odenkirk). The Incredibly Bad Skee-Ball Teacher. The Sobering History of Jen Kirkman. The January Man. This Is What I Sound Like.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_6.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 1:49am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, EXTRASODE: PFT On Earth/Little Gruber Boy

Merry Christmas! The Paul F. Tompkins Show offered this duet by Paul F. Tompkins & Dave (Gruber) Allen as a raffle prize at 2009's Habitat for Humanity benefit show. Now it is yours on this holy day. CAN IT BE...?


The Pod F. Tompkast, EXTRASODE: Cake Boss Answers Christmas Questions From Kids

Every year, little kids ask the Cake Boss to use his gift of the second sight to answer their questions. Children are selfish and don't understand that other people might have feelings.

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_Cakemass.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 3:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast EXTRASODE: A [Story About] Christmas Carol(ers), featuring Dave (Gruber) Allen

A [Story About] Christmas Carol(ers). Some important info is in there, too. Please. Important.

Direct download: EXTRASODE.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 6:22pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast EXTRASODE: The Ring of Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah from The Pod F. Tompkast!

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_Ring_of_Hanukkah.mp3
Category:holiday -- posted at: 12:25am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 5: Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash, Dave (Gruber) Allen, Jen Kirkman

Episode 5: A Simple Country Podcast. Frosting, Fondant, Paint and Glue. A Price Beyond (Gruber) (featuring Dave [Gruber] Allen) Are You There, Mia Sara? Little Kirkman Needs To Fly. Paul F. Tompkins Is Comin' To Town. Food Things.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_5.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 1:50am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast EXTRASODE: Ice-T Has An Offer For You.

Ice-T has an offer for you.

Direct download: EXTRASODE_Ice-Ts_Pyramid_Scheme.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 4: Garry Marshall, Cake Boss, Jennifer Coolidge, Jen Kirkman

Episode 4: The Tyranny of Imagination. Whom The Boss Is, Cakewise. The Human Body: DISGUSTING. The First Thanksgiving (featuring Jennifer Coolidge) Do You Have Your Crumble Buddy? Ya, Ya, Best By Far! A Better Vagrant. Paul F. Tompkins Chills Out Your Town. The Effect of Witch Tools On Hunger.

Direct download: Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_4.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:58am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 3: John C. Reilly, Garry Marshall, The Drunk Dial for Charity, Jen Kirkman

Episode 3: Who Watches The Watcher, Or At Least Talks About Him? Of Pretty Women and Cryptozoology. A Promise Fulfilled. Were We Ever So Young? Paul F. Tompkins Comes To Your Town TO SCARE YOU. Act Three: Flattered, Glass.

Direct download: Pod_F.Tompkast_Episode_3.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 2: Ice-T, John C. Reilly, Neil Flynn, Jen Kirkman

Episode 2: It’s Night-Time on The Internet. Robert and His Rules. An Actor’s Secret Shame. “The Curious Stepbrother” (featuring Neil Flynn). There’s Something About Jen. In Dreams.

Direct download: Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_2.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 7:34am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 1: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Tim Meadows, Jen Kirkman

Episode 1: Welcome to A NEW ERA. A Drink Calls a Knight. "I Have A Google" (featuring Tim Meadows). The Origins of Friendship (One Particular Friendship, Not The Concept of It). Paul F. Tompkins Comes to YOUR Town!

Direct download: PodFTompkast_Ep1-V2.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 4:39pm PST

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Paul F Tompkins

Comedian Paul F. Tompkins is taking his "Thrilling Adventure Hour" on tour this year and will bring it to NYC on May 11 at The Bell House for two shows (early and late) with Paget Brewster, John Hodgman (who named Paul's "Laboring Under Delusions Live in Brooklyn" one of his favorite things of 2012), James Urbaniak, and Marc Evan Jackson. Tickets for both shows are on sale now.

A list of all dates and a video below...

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Adam Fisher interviews Paul F Tompkins as the Cake Boss

Paul F Tompkins -- 2013 Tour Dates
12 JANUARY 2013 LOS ANGELES CA*
24 JANUARY 2013 SAN FRANCISCO CA
25 JANUARY 2013 SAN FRANCISCO CA
26 JANUARY 2013 SAN FRANCISCO CA (early and late shows)*
27 JANUARY 2013 SAN FRANCISCO CA
2 FEBRUARY 2013 LOS ANGELES CA*
8 FEBRUARY 2013 LOS ANGELES CA
9 FEBRUARY 2013 VANCOUVER BC CANADA at The Vancouver Comedy & Arts Fest
2 MARCH 2013 LOS ANGELES CA11 MAY 2013 BROOKLYN NY
2 thru 13 APRIL 2013 LONDON ENGLAND UK at THE SOHO THEATRE
4 MAY 2013 LOS ANGELES CA *
11 MAY 2013 BROOKLYN NY at The Bell House (early and late shows)*
1 JUNE 2013 LOS ANGELES CA*
10 AUGUST 2013 LOS ANGELES CA*
* - Thrilling Adventure Hour show
More details on each show at Paul F. Tompkins' blog

Источник: https://www.brooklynvegan.com/paul-f-tompkins/
Buddy ValastroTLC"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro

Last Friday, comedian Paul F. Tompkins did impressions of Hoboken's "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro on the ComedySportz LA show "Up Late with Adam Fisher."

Tompkins, who has previously done parodies of the TLC star (including an overdub that says the show is scripted, ripped off "Ace of Cakes" and perpetuates Italian stereotypes) came dressed as the boss and spoke about his latest commission - a Death cake.

As the Boss, Tompkins "explained" that an eccentric billionaire pondering the meaning of this life and the next asked him to create the cake.

"When I think about it, I get emotional," said Tompkins, "choking up" as he mocked Valastro. "Death comes to us all," he explained, calling the Grim Reaper a guy with a "crazy big knife on a stick."

He also made fun of Valastro's "angry" face and tendency to speak loudly. At one point, after host Adam Fisher asked him a question about the death cake, Tompkins snapped, "Stop yelling at me! I want to be the one who yells!"

Check out the parody for yourself:

What do you think of Tompkins's impression?

Источник: https://www.nj.com/hobokennow/2011/09/hobokens_cake_boss_mocked_by_c.html

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Episode 5: A Simple Country Podcast. Frosting, Fondant, Paint and Glue. A Price Beyond (Gruber) (featuring Dave [Gruber] Allen) Are You There, Mia Sara? Little Kirkman Needs To Fly. Paul F. Tompkins Is Comin' To Town. Food Things.

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Источник: https://www.spreaker.com/user/8395398/the-pod-f-tompkast-episode-5-cake-boss-m

AirTalk

Comedian Paul F. Tompkins has appeared on basically every comedy podcast you may have heard of, and a lot that you haven't. We tried fooling him, giving him a list of podcasts and getting him to name the fake one, but he caught it right away — "Dan's Den." Still, Tompkins sees that as a challenge to make more podcasts.

"I hope this inspires someone to create 'Dan's Den,'" Tompkins tells the Frame.

He says he's lost count of how many podcasts he's been on, but it's at least in the hundreds by now.

Paul F. Tompkins as Cake Boss on Comedy Bang Bang

"Somebody was tracking them for a while," Tompkins says. "I don't know what happened to that person. Maybe they went mad!"

Podcasts have offered Tompkins an alternative to never-ending morning radio appearances.

If it weren't for podcasts, he says he "would probably be still traveling around, doing morning radio to promote my appearances, and really cursing the fact that I have to get up before the sun comes up in order to try to trick people into taking a chance on seeing me live, as opposed to being able to just do it myself and find my audience that way."

Podcasting has become its own medium, Tompkins says, offering another platform for comedians beyond avenues such as live shows and film.

"It's not really radio, and it's not really stage," Tompkins says. Podcasting offers the fun of play without having the live audience pressuring you:

"There's no expectation. The idea of live performance is, especially if you're doing improvising, if you're doing stand-up, the audience is there waiting every second to laugh. The pressure is on, they're there. You can't go too long without a laugh. So there's this sort of high wire feeling to it.

"Whereas podcasting, if you're improvising on a podcast, you are working directly with the other person. There's not the pressure of the people in the dark watching you. You know that an audience is going to hear this, but you can open up your mind in a way that maybe you can't when you're in front of an audience."

While recording a podcast lacks the feel of the live audience, Tompkins says that after doing it long enough, you develop an internal gauge where you know what's good and what isn't:

"You've built enough experience that you can say, I know when I'm working at the top of my game. Really, in anything, you could always be doing better. The nature of people that do the kind of thing that I do is ... you could even get a standing ovation and you could still [think], That one bit didn't go exactly the way that I wanted it to go. I didn't say it exactly the right way."

With Bob and David

Tompkins always has new projects ready to go, but one is actually a return engagement. He's doing Netflix's "With Bob and David," which is reuniting the team behind the classic cult sketch comedy series "Mr. Show" — Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. They're much bigger stars than they were when the original launched in 1995, which Tompkins says has made for a strange experience.

"To be doing kind of the same thing with the same people after a 16-year break is, it's weird," Tompkins says. "There's many moments of clarity, where I will find myself just falling into the way that it was, and then realizing this is not then, this is now."

Mr. Show's Pre-Recorded Call-In Show

He's also doing his own TV show on the Fusion cable channel, "No, You Shut Up," and a new podcast, Spontaneanation, along with live shows. Still, the third season of Tompkins' show just wrapped and his podcast has a few episodes banked, so he has a bit more breathing room than normal.

"I have a tendency to not say no to things," Tompkins says. "Things are fun to do. And, I guess it's a mark of adulthood to realize, You, hey dude, you have a finite amount of energy and time on this earth, so maybe just because there's a blank space on your calendar, don't just fill it because it's open. Allow yourself time to say, Oh, I might want to just like hang out and watch a movie that day. Or I might want to spend some time with my wife, perhaps. But I decided that this year was going to be a year of hard choices, which is saying no to things that I could do and really want to do, but probably shouldn't do."

Tompkins says that, for the past few years, he kept saying yes to everything and would end each year worn down and swearing not to do it again — before doing the exact same thing again. This led to a day where he forgot his wife's birthday and fell asleep at a stop sign while driving his car.

No, You Shut Up!

No, You Shut Up!: Evolution vs. Intelligent Design

Tompkins does love his other projects. He describes "No, You Shut Up" as "Meet The Press" with puppets:

"So I'm the host, and then a number of our panelists are not real; they are creations of felt and buttons, and they have very strong opinions and viewpoints on things," Tompkins says. "We did two seasons of 15-minute episodes, and then we expanded to half-hour episodes in this third season, and that really allowed us to open the show up and make it a really crazy, surreal-- like, it's gone beyond just the sort of one-joke idea of, What if puppets were panelists on a news show? — and it's gone into really weird places. We've gotten great guests, and it's been really a joy to work on. I'm really proud of it and I laugh all day long when we shoot that show."

The puppets bear the seal of the highest level in puppetry — the Jim Henson Company. Tompkins says the puppets on his show look like cousins of the Muppets:

"It is a very strange thing, and the way it's configured, I can't see the puppeteers — they are below the desk — and they have monitors so they can make sure that they are making, quote-unquote, 'eye contact' with me. And that was the biggest challenge for me early on, because there's a huge improv element to our show — we riff a lot with each other."

Tompkins says it took a while, but eventually it dawned on him that the problem was that he was missing the visual cues that are such a huge part of improv.

"To see someone's face, even to see their physicality — they might start to move in a certain way, and you realize, Oh, time for me to shut up, this person has something to say, they're going to take this in a different direction. But when you are looking at a thing, and it just has these black dolls' eyes, it's unnerving, and you don't know what's going to happen — not in a good way. But then after a while, what became more unnerving is when I got used to it, when these things began to become real to me."

That cast of characters includes a variety of forest creatures gone political, including a Christian conservative squirrel.

No, You Shut Up!: Alan Tudyk is Going to Hell

Tompkins says he doesn't think the show's characters are that far off from real Fox News anchors.

"They would cloak their language a little more, they wouldn't be as direct as Star the Squirrel is, but absolutely. And that character voiced by Colleen Smith, who is a tremendous performer, is one of my favorite characters on the show, because she is like Facebook comments come to life. There is someone that you know in your Facebook feed who says exactly these things."

The show draws inspiration from all sorts of places — including MTV's "Ridiculousness," which inspired their parody "Wait, What?!"

No, You Shut Up!: Wait, What?!

"They watch YouTube clips of people hurting themselves [on 'Ridiculousness'], and then they don't really make jokes about it, they just sort of comment and sort of sum up exactly what we just watched. And so our writers were obsessed with this show, and we decided, that episode, for our show, was a big turning point, because that's when we really started to go off in a very strange direction, and realize, well, not everything has to be about the news."

Spontaneanation

Tompkins' new podcast was birthed when the Earwolf podcasting network, on which he's a frequent guest (including flagship show "Comedy Bang Bang"), approached him about doing a new show. He'd done a show before called the Pod F. Tompkast that was highly produced, but Tompkins says it was unsustainable to make that show while trying to have a career outside of it.

Pod F. Tompkast: Google Voice transcripts

"So when these guys approached me, I thought, OK, what would be the opposite of that show? — something that I could just show up and do, and when I'm done, the show is done. And I realized, Oh, OK, I like to do improv, and I like to chat with people, and there's got to be a way that I can do all those things without any preparation at all, beyond just booking the guests. And this is what I came up with."

The show is based around a freeform interview, where Tompkins tries to ask questions to get details that he and a group of improvisers use to inspire a scene.

Spontaneanation

"It's been so enjoyable to do, and it's also an exercise for me in letting go and not having to micromanage everything," Tompkins says. "The show — week in, week out — it is what it is. It is ephemeral, it is in the moment, it is exactly what it is supposed to be."

The scenes are also accompanied by Eban Schletter, who improvises live music on piano. Tompkins says he's been working with Schletter for almost 20 years. The musician also works with Tompkins on live shows, including creating a new arrangement of Adele's "Skyfall" for one show.

Paul F. Tompkins doing Adele's Skyfall

Tompkins says that, after all the media he's done, he thinks there's probably enough info about him online that you could do a pretty good job impersonating him just by studying how much of his life has been documented:

"If you wanted to actually live my life and fool my wife, you might be able to do it from my podcast appearances."

More episodes of "No, You Shut Up" are currently airing on Fusion, and this fall he'll be back on Netflix in "With Bob and David" and on the animated show, "BoJack Horseman" — where he voices the talking dog, Mr. Peanutbutter.

BoJack Horseman: Mr. Peanutbutter


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Ninth in a series of disorganized thoughts I am left with immediately after watching something.

Well, to be fair, I’m through just two seasons (of five?) as available on Netflix, so it’s an ongoing endeavor.  Why?  Well, some reasons!

There is a comedian by the name of Paul F. Tompkins, with whom I have been familiar for some time.  I first saw his work on the legendary Mr. Show With Bob and David, a mid-to-late 90’s springboard for a whole slew of emerging alternative comedians (in addition to writing, Tompkins made a few appearances, such as in this sketch where he briefly appears as an entertainer-for-hire, Champion “The Drinker”).  Later, I’m sure I’d seen him in other things, maybe a few clips in rotation on Comedy Central in the days where they’d chop up as many stand-up specials as they could and repackage them into those interminable clip shows.

Most recently, though, I’d become reacquainted with him through the intimidating world of comedy podcasts.  He is probably the most prolific man in podcasting, having contributed hundreds of hours of appearances across dozens of shows, as well as sporadically releasing episodes of his own, The Pod F. Tompkast.  There used to be a website that kept track of them all, but I believe they must have given up a few months ago, realizing it to be an exercise in futility.

So wait, what does any of this have to do with Cake Boss?

Well!  Ya see!

Tompkins will very often appear on podcasts as a character.  All his characters have begun as parodic portrayals of various celebrities.  Not a master mimic (that honor would go to James Adomian), but Tompkins picks a few key characteristics as his foundation then, through improvisational play over the course of an episode, spins the characters off in wild directions.  On Comedy Bang Bang, which is like the Grand Central Station of comedy podcasts, he has appeared as Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Werner Herzog, Garry Marshall, and   oh yeah: Buddy Valastro, Cake Boss.

Over the course of many appearances, Cake Boss had developed a very particular ‘mythology’, if you will.  In addition to randomly repeating his appellation under his breath, it has been learned that he has the ability to make living cakes and, after being bitten by a cake bug, has been blessed/cursed with the Second Sight, which allows him to see the moment of somebody’s death.  Anyway, that’s all a really long lead-up to saying this: I wasn’t familiar with the show before I heard Tompkins’s character, so it was a point of curiosity for me to watch.  I wanted to see what he was basing his core character on, what mannerisms and voice he was modeling.  So I started watching!

Cake Boss follows the basic formula of predecessor/counterpart Ace of Cakes: in-demand bakery makes elaborate cakes for high-profile events, we are treated to behind-the-scenes hijinks, drama as pressure from deadlines and other robert f smith wife mount, and finally catharsis when the customers see their cakes at last.

Partly I’ve let it run as background noise at work and at home while I do other things, looking over now and then to see their progress, but between Cake Boss and Ace of Cakes, I like CB better.  As a personality, he’s more amusing (though not nearly as wild as Tompkins’s portrayal, but I do crack up whenever I hear the mannerisms and inflections that Tompkins latched onto).  As a cakeist(?), the work they do is more visually appealing to me.  Ace of Cakes abused fondant endlessly, but Cake Boss relies more often on modeling chocolate for similar sculptural effects.

I could be misremembering, as it’s been a while since I’ve seen an episode of Ace of Cakes, but I have no memory of them mentioning modeling chocolate (at least by that name). This is not to say that Cake Boss doesn’t use fondant when it’s warranted (such as for larger flat surfaces, and as a base for texture) but my recollection of most Ace cakes was, oh it’s just a flat foundation of sheet cakes with heaps of Rice Krispies treats covered in fondant. Cake Boss does more sculpting of a core of stacked cakes, as I am recalling.

Is one way better than the other, ultimately? Why does this matter to me?  Well, it’s a dumb reason!  But I think modeling chocolate sounds tastier.  Plus I think they get a much more cake-y candy look in the finished product versus the matte, clay-like appearance most of the Ace’s cakes end up with.

There is much showcasing of pretty straightforward and classic cake decorating techniques which, as a long-time reader of the blog Cake Wrecks, I have an appreciation for how simple things even can abused or ruined through ineptitude.  So it’s nice to see a positive portrayal of what’s possible without relying solely on fancy foodstuffs.

One thing I don’t like about Cake Boss, though, is that he has a penchant for merciless, borderline-abusive pranks played on his staff.  On the occasion of his sister’s birthday, for example, he ambushes her from within a fridge, rendering unto her a non-consensual pie to the face. In another instance, a cake was too large to fit in the onsite walk-in fridge, so it was left in the back of the van overnight when temperatures in New Jersey would drop sufficiently low.  To stand watch, Cake Boss (I’m not gonna call him by his real name, come on!) orders their delivery boy “Stretch” to sleep in the truck cab overnight.  Why does he agree?  As he laments, he has no pillow or blanket, and winds up draped awkwardly across two bucket seats.  Still, godspeed, he manages to fall asleep.  Only to be awoken in the morning by Cake Boss dousing his head with a bucket of cold water, poured in first central savings bank astoria ny the open driver’s side window.  This same lad was previously subjected to buckets of water and flour dumped onto him from the roof as he exited the building. Eff that ess, man.

Plus there was that whole making fun of transgendered people thing.

To bring it back to Mr. F. Paul f tompkins cake boss, it is interesting that he hasn’t really capitalized on the weird dichotomy of a baker who on one hand delights people with whimsical cakes and treats, but on the other hand establishes himself as the patriarch of this weird, insular cake tribe paul f tompkins cake boss exerting a physically aggressive stance but turns around and laughs it off right after. If there’s a solid investigative documentary angle to be explored, it’s that as Carlo’s Bakery as a tribe with its own customs which may strike outsiders as overly harsh.

So we come to that perennial question: can we still enjoy an artist’s work when we find the artist personally detestable?  Maybe that’s a bit heady a concern for a show about fancy desserts.  But I will take Cake Boss, both the good and the bad.  We all wear many masks, and I’m sure I’ve done things which would not come across well if shown on television.  But then again, I am not being shown on television (to my knowledge).  Still, Cake Boss knows full well that he is, and if this is the face he wants to put forward, so be it.

Anyway, I find enjoyment in watching craftspeople ply their trade, so even the pop-documentary approach is acceptable if it generates a permanent (or at least lasting) record of an art which is by its nature ephemeral.  First, cake is inherently perishable, and second, though it would be possible to make a cake-looking sculpture, these cakes are meant to be eaten and we are in fact shown them being eaten in the show.  Some of them are pretty impressive bits of edible engineering, too, so I find value in it.  Do I rate it highly?  Not really, but it’s pleasant enough.  Were I forced to grade it on a scale, I would rate it three tiers out of five (which, as I learned from this show, five tiers would be an unusually tall cake).

Is the ‘real’ Cake Boss as enjoyable to me as Paul F. Tompkins’s portrayal?  Not by a long shot, but now the next time he brings that character out, I’lll have a fuller appreciation for what he’s working with.  Cake Boss:modeling chocolate::Paul F. Tompkins:people.  They each take these simple materials and, through extensive molding, sculpting, tweaking, and tuning, turn them into delightful, cartoonish things.

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Join host Scott Aukerman ("Comedy Bang! Bang!" on IFC, "Mr. Show") for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today's funniest comedians. While Scott begins by traditionally interviewing the celebrities, the open-door policy means an assortment of eccentric oddballs can pop by at any moment to chat, compete in games, and engage in comic revelry. With all that, and regular bonus episodes, we bet your favorite part will still be the plugs!

 

There’s a reason the History Channel has produced hundreds of documentaries about Hitler but only a few about Dwight D. Eisenhower. Bad guys (and gals) are eternally fascinating. Behind the Bastards dives in past the Cliffs Notes of the worst humans in history and exposes the bizarre realities of their lives. Listeners will learn about the young adult novels that helped Hitler form his monstrous ideology, the founder of Blackwater’s insane quest to build his own Air Force, the bizarre lives .

 

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Journey into the unknown with Galaxy Brains — the most immersive, hilarious TV and movie podcast on this planet (or any other). Mystery Science Theater 3000's Jonah Ray and his pal, comedian and writer Dave Schilling, explore the outer reaches of the zeitgeist, analyzing the movies and TV shows that you can't stop obsessing over. Each week, we lab-test the hottest take possible — from Dom Toretto being an actual angel sent from Heaven, to the entirety of Seinfeld taking place inside Jerry's .

 

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Cake Boss ("Cake Boss!"), real name Buddy Valastro, is a character played by Paul F. Tompkins. He is known for his TLC show Cake Boss, though he doesn't bake so many cakes. He has also appeared on the Comedy Bang! Bang! TV show.

His archenemy is the Pie Minister.

Supernatural Powers[]

After being bitten by a cake bug in the cake kitchen, Cake Boss was given the gift/curse of the second sight, which allows him to see into the future. 

While making a pyramid cake for Donald Sterling, Cake Boss was bitten by a cake scarab, which gave him the ability to communicate with the dead (this includes fictional characters who have died, either in canonical works or in fan fiction, or those characters for whom enough time has passed that we can safely assume they have died, e.g., Huck Finn).

Cake Boss was also bitten by a cake wolf, which causes him to transform into a cake wolf whenever there is a full moon.

He has also been bitten by a cake zombie, which turned peoples bank customer service hotline into a cake zombie.

During his possession by the ghost of the late narco-sculptor H.R. Giger, it is revealed that Cake Boss is the ultimate source of goodness and light in the realm of the living, thus making him Giger's complete antithesis and the only vessel capable of hosting his soul.

Supernatural Cakes[]

He once baked an R2-D2 cake that gained sentience. The same thing happened with a Ball Droid cake (349: The 6th Anniversary Show!). 

He also baked a 1/3-scale replica of the Space Needle that attracted extraterrestrials.

Catchphrases (Cakephrases)[]

  • Cake Boss repeats "Cake Boss!" every time anyone mentions his name. It is possible he himself is unaware of this vocal tic. During his possession by the late narco-sculptor Is the post office open today in georgia. Giger, Cake Boss's compulsion to comply with this tic was so powerful that it was able to temporarily weaken Giger's control over him.  
  • He speaks in a strong New Jersey accent, and often has trouble pronouncing words (e.g. androidge for androids, Auxerman for Aukerman).
  • Cake Boss is known to yell stereotypical Italian exclamations when he is frustrated (e.g. "Pasta Fazool", "Oh, Madon"). Over time these exclamations have become more corrupted, and now are little more than gibberish with an Italian accent (e.g. "Ajabagoo").

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Episode Release Date Other Characters Guests
674: Canon Relapse (call-in appearance) 9.20.20 Rudi North, Darren Matichek, Jerry MajorShaun Diston, Tim Baltz, Edgar Momplaisir
2019 Tour, Philadelphia11.11.19 Harmony Moongloss, O. J. SimpsonLauren Lapkus, Carl Tart
485: The 8th Anniversary Show!5.1.17 Gino Lambardo, Garry Marshall, Alan Thicke, Regina Crimp, P'Nut, Bone Queef, The Chief, Chucky Spliff, John Lennon, Dagmar the Small, Burt & Rauro Riley, Norm Hamer, Ming, Keith Jones, R. SchriftJon Gabrus, Lauren Lapkus, Zeke Nicholson, Carl Tart, Mary Holland, Mike Hanford, Jessica McKenna, Tawny Newsome, Tim Baltz, Ryan Gaul, Jeremy Rowley, Drew Tarver, Nick Kroll
2016 Tour, Manchester9.25.16 Gino Lambardo, John LennonJon Gabrus, Mike Hanford
2016 Tour, Brisbane8.25.16 Todd, Little BumpLauren Lapkus, Mike Hanford
2016 Tour, Detroit5.21.16 Dinky Liddle, Raymond FlapperLauren Lapkus, Mike Hanford
2016 Tour, Toronto Pt. 15.5.16 Mizz Chips, Nathan HersheyLauren Lapkus, Tim Baltz
349: The 6th Anniversary Show!5.4.15 Santa, Alan Thicke, Ho Ho the Elf, Klaus Schneider, The Time Keeper, John Lennon, Rickster, Chad Warren, Brad HammerstoneLauren Lapkus, Thomas Middleditch, Neil Campbell, Mike Hanford, Paul Scheer, Erin Whitehead, Joe Wengert
303: Puttering Around8.4.14 Andrew Lloyd WebberLoudon Wainwright III
289: The Exorcism of Cake Boss5.26.14

H.R. Giger, Reverend Robert Parsimony

Matt Gourley
2013 Tour, New York Pt. 1 10.12.13 B.J. Novak
2013 Tour, Los Angeles9.28.13 Don DiMelloAndy Daly
221: The Cake Council5.27.13 Andy Richter
208: Zombie Candles3.18.13 Steven Yeun, Doug Benson
2012 Tour, San Francisco8.3.12 Huell HowserKurt Braunohler, James Adomian
169: Immortal Mustache7.30.12 Jay Chandrasekhar
156: Anniversary Party!4.30.12 Christopher Hitchens, Marissa Wompler, El Chupacabra, Toph ShaySt. Vincent, Zach Galifianakis, Harris Wittels, Brett Gelman, James Adomian, Jessica St. Clair,  Nick Kroll
135: Scavenge and the Wiseman12.12.11 Dan Telfer, Erinn Hayes
Bumbershoot 2011, Day 39.5.11 Don DiMelloDoug Benson, Andy Daly
106: It's a Fucking Podcast: Pt 25.30.11 Andy Richter
106: It's a Fucking Podcast: Pt 1 5.23.11 Andy Richter
85: That's One Way of Doing It12.20.10 Don DiMello, El Chupacabra, Bob DuccaColin Hanks, Brett Gelman, Neil Campbell, Andy Daly, Nick Kroll, Seth Morris
67: What Happens in Vegas8.19.10 Rob Corddry, Lake Bell
56: Is Dave Foley Here?6.4.10 David Anthony Higgins
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EXTRASODE: A Phone Call For Mr. Tompkins

From The Paul F. Tompkins Show 10th Anniversary Special: "A Phone Call For Mr. Tompkins," featuring Brian Whalen.

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GUESTRASODE! The Dead Authors Podcast Chapter 14 featuring Jen Kirkman

Haven't checked out The Dead Authors Podcast yet? We'll bring it right to you!

Featuring our very own Southie! Jen Kirkman guests as Abbie Hoffman.

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EXTRASODE: The Holiday Play

Merry Christmas! And. other things! From The Paul F. Tompkins Show, December 2010: "The Holiday Play," with Joshua Malina, Judy Greer and Tim Meadows. We'll be back in The New Year! Thank you for your support!

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The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 24: Live at Largo

Episode 24: Recorded LIVE in front of An Audience at Largo at The Coronet on October 20th, 2012. The Golden Age of Italian Explorer Television. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: "Advice to The Probably Dead" with Melissa Rauch, Beth Littleford and Janie Haddad Tompkins. The Inevitable Conclusion of The Great Undiscovered Project. It's Nice To Not Be Alone In Your Crumbles. 

The Pod F. Tompkast WILL Return.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_24.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 23: Paul Scheer, Crissy Guerrero, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash

Episode 23: The Capital one union plus bill pay Undiscovered Project Goes Psycho. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: "Scheer Vengeance," featuring Paul Scheer and Crissy Guerrero. Paul gets introspective and outrospective. Next: LIVE AT LARGO.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_23.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 22: Scott Aukerman, Patton Oswalt, Matt Gourley, John Ross Bowie, Kimmy Gatewood, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T

Episode 22: Up, up, and also away with The Great Undiscovered Project. “The Dream Prisoners,” with Matt Gourley, John Ross Bowie, Kimmy Gatewood and Patton Oswalt. Scott Aukerman SINGS! Southie? SOUTHIE?!?!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_22.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 21: Justin Kirk, Andy Daly, Rich Sommer, Laraine Newman, Ice-T, Garry Marshall, Cake Boss

Episode 21: Whither The Home Piano? The Great Undiscovered Project Takes a Field Trip. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: "The Uncanny Hollow," featuring Andy Daly, Rich Sommer and Laraine Newman. Justin Kirk retroactively walks the walk. 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_21.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 20: Paget Brewster, Jessica St. Clair, John Lithgow, Mr. Brainwash, John C. Reilly

Episode 20: Now, HERE be dragons?  Inspiration Alley. "A Little Off The Top," featuring Jessica St. Clair. Fabulous faubulist Paget Brewster (Criminal Minds, The Thrilling Adventure Hour) comparison shops for ancient weaponry. 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_20.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 9:09am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 19: Thomas Lennon, John C. Reilly, Dave (Gruber) Allen,

Episode 19: Good evening to you all. The first step is admitting you have a problem with someone. Choose Your Own Grube-venture, featuring Dave (Gruber) Allen. Talking about architecture is like Thomas Lennoning about podcasting. 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_19.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 18: Garry Marshall, John C. Reilly, John Lithgow, Jen Kirkman

Episode 18: WE HAVE RETURNED. The Great Undiscovered Project Steams Up. Advice To The Probably Dead, featuring Janet Varney, Scott Rodgers, and Janie Haddad Tompkins. LEAVE SOUTHIE ALONE! Strange Happenings. Remember! The Pod F. Tompkast happens LIVE on Saturday, October 20th! See pulftompkins.com for details.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_18.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

EXTRASODE: Chik Tract

A rarity indeed! Here is Paul's monologue from the July 2012 performance of The Paul F. Tompkins Show.

WARNING: Contains social commentary.

Silliness will resume next month. Promise.

Recorded Live at Largo at The Coronet in West Hollywood, CA.

Direct download: EXTRASODE__Chik_Tract.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

ANNOUNCETRASODE: Come See Paul And Eban Record A Pilot For Television!!!

Will you be in the Los Angeles are on Thursday, June 28th, 2012A.D.?

YOU SHOULD BE! Because then you can attend a taping of NIGHTCAP WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS!

“Comedy Central’s 'Nightcap with Paul Paul f tompkins cake boss. Tompkins' is a humorous and interactive look at the world of popular culture as Paul and a recurring group of his funny friends offer their unique take on the most talked-about stories of the day.”

Paul is hosting this sumbitch and Eban is doing the music LIVE.

THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH

6 & 9PM

HOLLYWOOD CENTER STUDIOS

Go to http://paulftompkins.com/live.php for tickets! Use the code “nightcap” so you can get tickets before anyone else!

You are cordially invite you to get in on the ground floor of your new favorite TV show.


EXTRASODE: The Trip, Part II

Remember when John Lithgow dropped peyote and went on a vision quest?  Here is the audio shariah compliant stocks in usa the vision he quested!

Direct download: EXTRASODE__The_Trip_Part_II.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 9:54am PST

EXTRASODE: From Minnesota Public Radio, it's WITS with John Moe and Aimee Mann!

A first! We are excerpting another program! John Moe's WITS is a variety show on the radio in St. Paul, MN. Paul guested recently, with his ole pal Aimee Mann, and they were forced to do creative battle against each other! Recorded live at The Fitzgerald Theatre on May 11, 2012.

For more WITS audio (and video!) go to http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/wits/


The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 17: Werner Herzog, Garry Marshall, John Hodgman, Jen Kirkman

Episode 17: Who's Worse, Our One Listener or All Birds? The Great Undiscovered Project Has Gone Fishin'. "Sounds Fun!" with John Hodgman (recorded live at San Francisco SketchFest 2012). Are You Ready To Go Back To Fake Titanic, Jen? 

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_17.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 16: Gillian Jacobs, Judy Greer, Jen Kirkman, Cake Boss, Werner Herzog

EPISODE 16: Peasants, We Miss You. The Great Undiscovered Project, Lost in The Wilderness with Werner and Cake Boss. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show, "Lice Capades," with Judy Greer (recorded live at San Francisco SketchFest). Community's GILLIAN JACOBS Visits The Internet, and Is Blackberry key2 software update The Only Person In Her Family Who Could've Survived The Trip! Jen Kirkman Bids a Farewell To Nana (including her arms). IF YOU'RE PERSPIRING, TURN THIS OFF IMMEDIATELY.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_16.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 5:14pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 15: Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash, Martha Plimpton, Chris Hardwick, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 15: The Origins of The Potter's Field. The Great Undiscovered Project Brings You The Boss of Cakes and a Washer of Brains. From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Advice To The Probably Dead, feat. Martha Plimpton. Nerdist Host Chris Hardwick Visits and Curses, a Lot! Jen Kirkman Sings The Ballad of Baskin-Robbins Bob. Be Careful What You Wish For.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_15.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 3:00pm PST

EXTRASODE: Sign, Sign, One Specific Place a Sign

Here is a bit of security chat that simply didn't fit in the Jen call from Episode 14. But we liked it, still. So here. HERE.

Stay through the plugs at the end to hear Nick Fury recriuit Jen for the Phone Call Avengers!


The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 14: John Lithgow, Ice-T, John C. Reilly, Mr. Brainwash, Paul Scheer, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 14: The Great Undiscovered Project Moves Forward-- Literally! From The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Home Sick with Special Guest Paul Scheer. Jen Kirkman is Alarmingly Disarming! And Plenty of Rambles. I Mean, PLENTY.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_14.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 10:37pm PST

EXTRASODE: We're Coming Back! featuring the Telemarketer Who'd Been Hit in The Head With a Brick

We know we've been away for a while.  We miss you, too.  Life is complicated, you guys!  So complicated, in fact, that sometimes you will call someone up and pretend to be a guy who got hit in the head with a brick!  JUST LISTEN, IT WILL ALL MAKE SENSE OR IT WON'T, MAYBE!

The Pod F. Tompkast WILL return.

Direct download: ANNOUNCETRASODE__Were_Coming_Back.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

EXTRASODE: For Whom Cares About The Bell's Toll? with Janeane Garofalo

Happy Hallowe'en! From 2010, here's a sketch from The Paul F. Tompkins Show featuring special guest Janeane Garofalo.

NOTE:  There are numerous sound problems that occur here and there.  They are not the kind that will make you throw off your headphones in a shrieking fury of pain, they just make things a little difficult to hear sometimes. We are sorry that archival recordings paul f tompkins cake boss often jerk recordings.  But If you knew what it sounded like before Eban took his digital scalpel to it, you would be in awe.  Enjoy!


EXTRASODE: Garry Marshall Presents

From October 2011 edition of The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Paul riffs pre-show, in character as Garry Marshall.

Direct download: EXTRASODE__Garry_Marshall_Presents.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 10:00am PST

EXTRASODE: Re-Skype-uling, with Chris Hardwick

Paul visits with his absent friend, Chris Hardwick.  Check out Chris Hardwick's podcast, The Nerdist Podcast! It's on the Internet!

Direct download: EXTRASODE__Re-Skype-uling.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 2:10pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 13: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Garry Marshall, Werner Herzog, Gillian Jacobs, John Hodgman, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 13: We Have Returned. Paul and Eban Ramble Their Way Into A New Chapter of THE GREAT Cajun restaurants in fort smith ar PROJECT, A Live Sketch With Community Star GILLIAN JACOBS, a Phone Call With Our Dear Friend JEN KIRKMAN, and An Unexpected Visit From The Great JOHN HODGMAN. An Extra-Packed Season Premiere! Fanshy!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_13.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:11pm PST

EXTRASODE: The Trip

John Lithgow. John C. Reilly. Mr. Brainwash. The Desert. Peyote. Dragées. Visions. Yelling!

Season Two starts SOON.

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_The_Trip.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 12: Live at Largo! Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Cake Boss, Judy Greer, Maria Thayer, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 12:  Recorded In Front of A Live Audience At Largo at The Coronet on Saturday, June 18th, 2011.  Hurt Feelings, Ominous Portents, and Efforts Britishly Redoubled. Chit-Chat Challenge! (featuring Judy Greer and Maria Thayer) Little Surfer Southie. Paul F. Tompkins Vient à Votre Ville. The Pod F. Tompkast WILL Return.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_12.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 11: Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash, Matt Gourley, Stephen Dunham, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 11: Apologies To At Least One Of You In Advance. Been To The Desert With A Horse of Dragées. Google Voice Theatre Presents: JAWS (with Matt Gourley and Stephen Dunham). A Star Isn't Born. Paul F. Tompkins Sweats In Your Town! An Important Message About The Tompkins 300! And Don't Forget: If You're In The Los Angeles Area on Saturday, June 18th, Come See The LIVE Recording Of The Pod F. Tompkast SEASON FINALE! For More Information, Visit paulftompkins.com.

Direct download: The_Pod_F_Tompkast_Episode_11.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 10: John Lithgow, Mr. Brainwash, John C. Reilly, Maya Rudolph, Jen Kirkman

I'm Sorry I Made You Think I Had A Time Machine. The Trouble With Novelty Telephones. Advice To The Probably Dead (featuring Maya Rudolph, Kathryn Burns and Aubrey Leigh). Jen Kirkman and The Case of The White Knuckles. Cinco de My GOD. The Intimidating Air of The Narnian Talking Elk.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_10.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 8:31am PST

EXTRASODE: Prince? Charming!

From the April 22nd 2011 edition of The Paul F. Tompkins Show: Paul introduces the evening's entertainment as a very special and purple person. We were going to release this as an Extrasode anyway, but since we couldn't get the regular episode finished in time, we put this out now. Two more miracles like this and we will be beatified for sure!

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_Prince__Charming.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 8:51am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 9: John Lithgow, Garry Marshall, Maya Rudolph, Jon Hamm, Jen Kirkman

Episode 9: Jaunty, Right Out Of The Gate! The Game Is A-Loud! The Ex-Terminator (featuring Maya Rudolph and Jon Hamm). The Kirkman of Cell Block H. Paul F. Tompkins Comes To Your Hemisphere. Attention Must Be Paid!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_9.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 8: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Garry Marshall, Ice-T, Donald Glover, Justin Kirk, Jen Kirkman

EPISODE 8: Horseknees: The Envy of All Mammals! Webber's Wrules of Order and The Beginnings of A Plan. Presidents Day of The Dead (featuring Justin Kirk and Donald Glover). Aires Magazine, The Magazine for Millionaires! Paul F. Tompkins Comes To Your WHAT'S THAT TICKING SOUND? Our Most Secret and Hypoellergenic Friends.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_8.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:36pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode <i>paul f tompkins cake boss</i> Ice-T, John Lithgow, Matt Gourley, Stephen Dunham, Jen Kirkman

Episode 7: Much Talk of Raccoons. A "Ricochet" Reunion, Of Sorts. Google Voice Theatre (featuring Stephen Dunham and Matt Gourley). Jen Is A Punk. Scott Comes Paul f tompkins cake boss Paul's Town To Tell You That Paul Comes To Your Town. Unfamous Ghost Roast!

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_7.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 6: Mr. Brainwash, John Lithgow, Maya Rudolph, Bob Odenkirk, Jen Kirkman

This One's A Real Neck-Twister! Tell Go-Go All About It. Fun For Children Both Internal And Regular (featuring Maya Rudolph & Bob Odenkirk). The Incredibly Bad Skee-Ball Teacher. The Sobering History of Jen Kirkman. The January Man. This Is What I Sound Like.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_6.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 1:49am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, EXTRASODE: PFT On Earth/Little Gruber Boy

Merry Christmas! The Paul F. Tompkins Show first united bank locations this duet by Paul F. Tompkins & Dave (Gruber) Allen as a raffle prize at 2009's Habitat for Humanity benefit show. Now it is yours on this holy day. CAN IT BE.?


The Pod F. Tompkast, EXTRASODE: Cake Boss Answers Christmas Questions From Kids

Every year, little kids ask the Cake Boss to use his gift of the second sight to answer their questions. Children are selfish and don't understand that other people might have feelings.

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_Cakemass.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 3:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast EXTRASODE: A [Story About] Christmas Carol(ers), featuring Dave (Gruber) Allen

A [Story About] Paul f tompkins cake boss Carol(ers). Some important info is in there, too. Please. Important.

Direct download: EXTRASODE.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 6:22pm PST

The Pod F. Tompkast EXTRASODE: The Ring of Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah from The Pod F. Tompkast!

Direct download: EXTRASODE_-_Ring_of_Hanukkah.mp3
Category:holiday -- posted at: 12:25am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 5: Cake Boss, Mr. Brainwash, Dave (Gruber) Allen, Jen Kirkman

Episode 5: A Simple Country Podcast. Frosting, Fondant, Paint and Glue. A Price Beyond (Gruber) (featuring Dave [Gruber] Allen) Are You There, Mia Sara? Little Kirkman Needs To Fly. Paul F. Tompkins Is Comin' To Town. Food Things.

Direct download: The_Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_5.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 1:50am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast EXTRASODE: Ice-T Has An Offer For You.

Ice-T has an offer for you.

Direct download: EXTRASODE_Ice-Ts_Pyramid_Scheme.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 4: Garry Marshall, Cake Boss, Jennifer Coolidge, Jen Kirkman

Episode 4: The Tyranny of Machias savings bank bangor. Whom The Boss Is, Cakewise. The Human Body: DISGUSTING. The First Thanksgiving (featuring Jennifer Coolidge) Do You Have Your Crumble Buddy? Ya, Ya, Best By Far! A Better Vagrant. Paul F. Tompkins Chills Out Your Town. The Effect of Witch Tools On Hunger.

Direct download: Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_4.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:58am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 3: John C. Reilly, Garry Marshall, The Drunk Dial for Charity, Jen Kirkman

Episode 3: Who Watches The Watcher, Or At Least Talks About Him? Of Pretty Women and Cryptozoology. A Promise Fulfilled. Were We Ever So Young? Paul F. Tompkins Comes To Your Town TO SCARE YOU. Act Three: Flattered, Glass.

Direct download: Pod_F.Tompkast_Episode_3.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 2: Ice-T, John C. Reilly, Neil Flynn, Jen Kirkman

Episode 2: It’s Night-Time on The Internet. Robert and His Rules. An Actor’s Secret Shame. “The Curious Stepbrother” (featuring Neil Flynn). There’s Something About Jen. In Dreams.

Direct download: Pod_F._Tompkast_Episode_2.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 7:34am PST

The Pod F. Tompkast, Episode 1: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ice-T, Tim Meadows, Jen Kirkman

Episode 1: Welcome to A NEW ERA. A Drink Calls a Knight. "I Have A Google" (featuring Tim Meadows). The Origins of Friendship (One Particular Friendship, Not The Concept of It). Paul F. Tompkins Comes to YOUR Town!

Direct download: PodFTompkast_Ep1-V2.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 4:39pm PST

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cakebossIFC's Comedy Bang Bang, essentially itself a spin-off of the comedy podcast of the same name, turns late-night talk shows on their heads in a way that hasn't been done since The Larry Sanders Show. Its host, comedian and writer Scott Aukerman (Hot Saucerman), invites a series of real-life and fictional characters on his program to create some of the most absurd comedy ever filmed. One of his most famous guests is the Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro. Portrayed by stand-up superstar Paul F. Tompkins, the Cake Boss is really only a slightly exaggerated version of the actual reality TV star. Buddy is a man who constantly repeats the phrase "cake boss" (cake boss!) when it is spoken. And, unfortunately for him, he has the gift-slash-curse of having been bitten by a cake-bug, which rarely bite san jose sharks playoffs but do grant the power of the second-sight. If only the real TLC program with the real-life Cake Boss contained moments in which its host was able to see into the future and witness the death of television hosts, merely for saying that they like pie better than cake.
 

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