In this one I ventured outside my comfort zone and invited two(!) guests on to help me celebrate the big landmark 300th episode. I’m joined today by Eugene from the Wheeler’s Dog podcast, and producer Zipp from the No Redeeming Qualities podcast. We bounce from subject to subject and just generally shoot the shit for an hour or so. I’m pretty happy with the way it turned out, and hope you enjoy it too. Thanks for listening!
Join Bob and Zipp as they help Ryan on his journey to break down "First Blood" scene by scene!
In this one Producer Zipp guest hosts, while Jeff is off drinking beer in the South, and tells you about the challenges of his ongoing 2300 mile move from Eastern Texas to Tacoma, Washington. I know you’ll enjoy it, thanks for listening!
Check out Zipp as he partakes in the draft for the Baseball Together Fantasy League!
Hey there! On today's show, Jamie is joined by host of the podcast, No Redeeming Qualities, Thomas Zipperer, to talk about: micro managing, yelling at someone who was riding their bike in the street, and playing a prank on a friend on a dating app.
Thomas "Zipp" Zipperer is a writer, voice actor, creator & podcaster of No Redeeming Qualities: A writing/podcasting duo consisting of Robert Giancarlo and K. Thomas Zipperer. Although their main focus is on their weekly comedy podcast, the two also write and perform in audio dramas. They released their fully scripted comedy Wheels of Justice (2019) and the sci-fi comedy Beer Run (2020), with future productions in the works. The duo also manage Gamma Gator Productions, their studio providing editing, voice over, and podcast production services. See the link below. In this episode he also tells all the secrets to maintaining an amateur duck husbandry. Thomas is a charming and fun guy! Enjoy!
Check out Zipp on the 100th episode of The Speakeasy Gentlemen!
Spinning the Wheel today are Thomas Zipperer from NRQPodcast, Jennifer Buchanan from Animated No Agenda, Larry from That Larry Show and Sir Seat Sitter from AbsNa6pack.com
Back by popular demand and featuring Zip from H is for Hell, the fellas break down the all-time great sitcom moms by giving each of their top-five lists which have more than a few surprises.