138 Jake Young

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Eight – “The Back Alley Blowjob of Sodas” In this episode, Doug is joined by Michael Jackson. Not the Michael Jackson. That’s a coincidental name. This Michael Jackson is a Canadian fish who may or may not also be Bono. Together, they discuss Ace Ventura’s Butt Religion, the best Star Trek movie, the best term for little people in times past, snapping into a Slim Jim, the invention of the television, and they perform a newsreel INSIDE of a flashback. Visit our homepage at http://obscurereferencepodcast.com Support the show by donating the the Patreon page http://patreon.com/dougdrieseljr Or support the show Read More …

137 Gerelle Shannon and Donovan Michael Winterfeld

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Seven – I Shouldn’ta Said That *PRODUCER NOTE FOR FIRST-TIME LISTENERS* This episode got super real in part of it. Normally, this show is a goof-around nonsense show where we’re all weird and goofy. Still funny and fun show, but the realness is not a usual aspect of this show. In this episode, Doug is joined by comedian Gerelle Shannon and returning guest Golbacca who analyzes Doug and Gerelle and they discuss whether or not they’d play Sun City (Doug won’t), Eddie Warbler, therapissing, Gerelle’s family tree, is the Doug The Jerk, Sharks vs. Jets, Rosie Perez, Read More …

136 Christopher Ray and Mollye Cook

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Six – Sheep Metal In this episode, Doug is joined in The Blue Room comedy club by it’s runner Christopher Ray and comedian Mollye Cook. Together they discuss such diverse topics as whether-or-not Doug can be heard in the cans (he can’t) and whether-or-not he can be heard on the recording (he can), those rapping gentlemen from Chris’ first episode of the show, illusions, who is an ace and who is a deuce, medieval barbers, whether-or-not the people who keep walking in and talking to us can be heard on the air and so, so much more. Read More …

135 Jake Young

Episode One-Hundred and Thirty-Five – I’m a Freak in the Sheets and in the Streets, as Well. I Like to Say the Whole Thing. Joining Doug in the young children’s school where he recorded this episode for some reason is a veritable cornucopia of characters and weirdos. Together, they discuss a number of topics, such as: Frogs, starting a mixtape with a jam, who’s working at the car wash, the afterlife, raincoat salesmen and much, much more. But, the most IMPORTANT thing accomplished in this episode is the recording of THE GREATEST SONG OF ALL TIME. Visit our homepage at Read More …

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. Visit our homepage at http://obscurereferencepodcast.com Support the show by donating the the Patreon page http://patreon.com/dougdrieseljr Or support the show by Read More …

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. Visit our homepage at http://obscurereferencepodcast.com Support the show by donating the the Patreon page http://patreon.com/dougdrieseljr Or support the show by buying some merch at the Cafe Press store at http://www.cafepress.com/obscurereference

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. Visit our homepage at http://obscurereferencepodcast.com Support the Read More …

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! Visit our homepage at http://obscurereferencepodcast.com Support the show by donating the the Patreon page http://patreon.com/dougdrieseljr Or support the show by buying some merch at the Cafe Read More …

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 Read More …

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 Read More …