Leading Love Man

Who Charted? #229 April 22, 2015

Kulap and Howard welcome to the show Ken Marino, who promptly rekindles memories for Howard of where he was the day that Michael Jackson died. Then, Ken demonstrates his flawless impression of Winnie-the-Pooh, his endless curiosity of what music is, and why the era of digital music has rendered Paul McCartney silent. Additionally, the gang pontificates on what the market value would be of Ken’s new business, wherein he does personal, in home, performances of characters that he’s played. Later, the crew debates whether or not horse cops are productive and why a safe room is absolutely imperative for anyone that plans on doing Karaoke. Lastly, Ken talks about some of his earliest comedic influences.

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