134 Andy Barrett and Donavan Michael Winterfeld

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Four – Drop the Turd

In this episode, Doug is joined by returning therapist, Golbacca, the unholy combination of Chewbacca and Gollum and spoiler fan and Marvel movie insider, Not-Kevin Feige! Get updates on what’s going to happen in future Marvel movies, the best car accessories, bathroom wizardry, The Bangles, toilet fighting, garlic nuts, those Emerald Nuts commercials, yes-anding machines, Night Lady Shaman (of Alpha Flight), Doug says, “Now, wait a minute…” and “Of course…” a lot.

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133 Katy Meeks and Mike Logan

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Three- Brappa the Rappa

What happens in the Brap Room? Join these brapping guests Vikki and Michael Jackson Apartheid as they discuss cow tipping with terrorist dates, Songs of the South super heroines, Tim Curry Masala and more! Don’t forget to contact Vicky at @vicky@gmail.com.com.

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132 Garrett Smalley, Matt Kimberlin, Michael Underlin and Hannah Marrs

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Two – Do Another One

Hark! What do I see on the horizon!? It’s another episode of Obscure Reference with Doug Driesel Jr.! Doug is joined in the station by comedian Garrett Smalley, a time traveler named Dirk, Alex Boltron a guy who may-or-may-not be a robot. Together, they discuss touch too much, more singing, robots, time travel, bolts, the interesting was in which one would acquire bolts in the future, centaurs, that Jerry Lewis clown movie, and the future of human. Oh, and there’s a bunch to time travel.

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131 Andy Barrett

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-One – Ever Since Nixon Resurrected Him, it’s Never Been the Same

Back again, this week, Doug is joined in the station by Jean Valjean, the proprietor of a VERY specialized porn store. Together, they discuss a wide variety of topics, Beavis & Butt-head comic books, the Go-Go Gadget Clintons, the multi-verse, KOSC Cat, Byzantine knights, cat porn, that giant TV screen in Dallas and that Michael Keaton movie Dream Team!

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130 Timmy Miano and Connor Baker

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty – Aquaman Burger King

Doug is back! Doug is joined on the air by musician Timmy Miano and hermit, butt-lightning super hero,  Victor Multon a man that had everything corporate America could offer but he left it all to live alone in the woods. Where he eventually found love and lives in a tribe of wild people. A quite man by nature, but with dark secrets? Maybe…

Together, they delve deep into the possible dark past of Victor, as well as have Timmy sing a few songs, they have a shoot out, a murderous robot squirrel has a few things to say about a few things, getting scholarships, and the exact location of “The Woods” and whether we’re in the Home Improvement universe or the Tool Time universe.

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Obscure Reference Presents: Season 1 (Season 1)

This is another Obscure Reference Presents where I pull together all the episodes from a short-lived podcast, and put them out as one episode.

Just like the last episode, these are all episodes from a season of Season 1, the podcast where myself and a group of improvisers improv for an hour, then break it up into smaller episodes, add sound design and what-not.

The reason this one is being released SECOND is the sound quality. This was the first one we recorded, but do to some sound issues when we were initially recording (this was one of the first things recorded in the producer’s front room studio, so some settings needed to be fixed), it’s a little rough to listen to.

It’s still funny, though. And that’s why I wanted to make sure it gets out there.

We just recorded our first episode of the proper show in a long time. I want to bank 5 or six episodes before I start putting them back up, so expect a few more weeks of Obscure Reference Presents before we start hearing the new ones.

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Obscure Reference Presents: Season 1 (Season Two)

This episode, I collect all the episodes of a podcast called “Season 1.” This is a collection of the ACTUAL season one of Season 1.

The idea behind this podcast is that we would improv for as long as we can go, usually around an hour, then I would split it up into episodes and add sound design.

It didn’t continue for three reasons:

1. Hard to make time to film a second podcast while I was working so hard to try to get new episodes of Obscure Reference out on a regular basis.

2. We had no basic plan about when things would be broken up, so the improv didn’t build up to any cliff hangers between episodes. It could have been something to work on, if not for number one and number three.

3. I’m not that great at sound design.

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Obscure Reference Presents: Sketches Over the Years

In another episode of Obscure Reference Presents, Doug takes a look at a number of his previous podcasts, and collects the sketches of those ill-fated, and unsung podcasts.

A long time fan of sketch comedy, and sketch comedy albums in particular, as soon as podcasting became an affordable thing, Doug has tried to make a sketch comedy podcast work. His efforts have resulted in a couple of short-lived podcasts, including The Accursed Mountebanks, which ran for two seasons of six episodes each, as well as a couple of non-start podcasts that included sketches.

This is a collection of some of the best of what these shows had to offer. Some of them, especially the The Accursed Mountebanks episodes, relied heavily on the Monty Python style of connecting sketches to one-another, causing a few throughlines and recurring jokes. When listening to these sketches, if there’s a reference to something you don’t get, it was probably part of the connective tissue of that episode.

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Obscure Reference Presents: Basket Full of Tapes Episode One (with Jake Young)

Doug Driesel Jr. is a comedian with an odd hobby: He collects unmarked VHS tapes from across the country that have something taped on them from television. Doug is joined by guests as they watch these tapes and discuss them.

In this episode, Doug is joined by improv actor Jake Young from Springfield, MO. Together, they watch some cheesy seventies goodness, taped from a reruns aired in the nineties. Together they discuss such diverse topics as Gavin McCleod, Battlestar Galactica, attempts to get children to read, Night Court, showbiz incest, how to get to Texas, Skittles and the recent presidential election.

A brief announcement about the future of Obscure Reference!

This is a brief message from Doug about the future of Obscure Reference with Doug Driesel Jr. In it, Doug announces a possible return date for the show, as well as an announcement about Obscure Reference Presents, the show that will be temporarily replace Obscure Reference, until the show can start back up.