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Now displaying: June, 2011
Jun 24, 2011

Showtime's Paul Provenza host of The Green Room stops by along with Carlos Alazraqui, Rick Overton, Eddie Pepitone, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney, Laura Kightlinger, Mark Thompson, Eddie Crasnick, Chris Pina and Melissa Villasenor. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Kevin Rooney, Frank Conniff, Chris Pina, Karen Simmons, Eddie Pepitone, Eddie Crasnick, and David Weiss. Production assistant Alicia Cordova. "Dancing With The Celebrities," "Antiques Roadshow," "Thad And Connie," "A Man Named Muntz," "Erik Prince Of Darkness," "Nate Futterman's Sister," "Maya Angelou," "Baby Talk," and "Satan Versus Job."

Jun 20, 2011

Carlos Alazraqui, Laura Kightlinger, Rick Overton, Eddie Pepitone, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney, Mark Thompson and Melissa Villasenor. Written by Karen Simmmons, Eddie Pepitone, Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney and David Weiss. "A Man Named Muntz," "The Morning Show," "Free Speech Forum," "Divine Intervention," "Eddie's Sound Check," "Art Speaks," and "Baby Talk."

Jun 14, 2011

Ralph Nader documentarian Steve Skrovan discusses the life and times of Ralph Nader and the making of his movie “An Unreasonable Man.” David’s thoughts on Tracy Morgan. Plus “What Are White People Up To.” With Laura Kightlinger, Melissa Villasenor, Kevin Rooney and Tina Dupuy. “An Unreasonable Man” traces the life and career of political activist Ralph Nader, the founder of modern consumer protection. The film examines Nader's advocacy for auto safety features, such as federally mandated seat belts and air bags, as well as his rise to national prominence following an invasion of privacy lawsuit against General Motors. It also examines the formation of independent advocacy groups (termed "Nader's Raiders") during the 1970s; organizations which carried out independent research on various federal agencies, such as the Federal Trade Commission and the Food and Drug Administration. Over the next thirty years, the film argues, Nader "built a legislative record that would be the envy of any modern president." The second half of the film traces Nader's shift to a grassroots form of organizing focused on citizen power, including his eventual disillusionment with the two-party system following the rise of Reaganism. In assessing Nader's effect as a third party candidate, the film examines censorship in the presidential debates as well as Nader's disputed role as a "spoiler" in the 2000 presidential election. The film makes use of interviews with current and former members of Nader's Raiders, including Joan Claybrook and Robert Fellmeth, as well as politicians and political analysts such as Phil Donahue, Pat Buchanan, and Eric Alterman. It takes its name from the George Bernard Shaw quote, "The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man."

Jun 14, 2011

Andrea Martin, Rick Overton,Frank Conniff, Eddie Pepitone, Mark Thompson, Melissa Villasenor, Steve Rosenfield, and Chris Pina. Written by Andrea Martin, Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Ray James, David Weiss, Karen Simmons and Chris Pina. Sketches include, "A Man Named Muntz," "Futterman's," "The Boiled Egg Eating Competition," "David Mamet Out Of The Closet," "Mark Burnett's Bible," "Arnold On Weiner," "Frank Conniff's America," and "Side Show Muntz." Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen, edited by Darren Ayres. Executive Producer Troy Conrad. Special Thanks to Jimmy Dore, Ali Lexa and Alan Minsky. Originally broadcast on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.

Jun 10, 2011

Andrea Martin, Rick Overton,Frank Conniff, Eddie Pepitone, Mark Thompson, Melissa Villasenor, Steve Rosenfield, and Chris Pina. Written by Andrea Martin, Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Ray James, David Weiss, Karen Simmons and Chris Pina. Sketches include, "A Man Named Muntz," "Futterman's," "The Boiled Egg Eating Competition," "David Mamet Out Of The Closet," "Mark Burnett's Bible," "Arnold On Weiner," "Frank Conniff's America," and "Side Show Muntz." Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen, edited by Darren Ayres. Executive Producer Troy Conrad. Special Thanks to Jimmy Dore, Ali Lexa and Alan Minsky. Originally broadcast on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.

Jun 4, 2011

Andrea Martin, Robert Smigel, Eddie Pepitone, Rick Overton, Mark Thompson, Laura Kightlinger, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney, Ron Babcock, Andy Caploe, Chris Pina, and Melissa Villasenor. Sketches include: "The Lactation Consultant," "The Morning Show," "Detective Eddie Muntz," "Mark Burnett's The Bible," "The Horny Russian Lady," "The Prince Of Blackwater," "Abe Futterman," "John Boehner Finds His Billfold," and "Congressman Paul Ryan Kills Old People." Written by Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Andrea Martin, Kevin Rooney, Ron Babcock, Chris Pina, Karen Simmons, Andy Caploe, and David Weiss. Mixed and Engineered By Alex Steen. Edited By Darren Ayres. Executive Producer Troy Conrad.

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