Episode 247: Smollop: The Falling Pilot

Once again, our hoses are inadequate for this job! –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/The_Falling_Pilot.mp3 The military should

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Episode 225: Live: The Birth of Porn

Dave: …and then they would all have an orgy. Gareth: Why the honey? They just like honey? Wil: You know, like at a restaurant…it’s an

Episode 231: Dollop: Chang and Eng

Dave: Did you just call them Siamese twins? Gareth:…Wait a minute…are these the Wright brothers? Dave: I thought you were putting stuff together, but

Episode 204: Live: The Modern Bushman

Gareth: He’s sharing a tree with a snake! Dave: It’s Australia. http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Ron_Ansell.mp3   Now, who was Rodney Ansell, the inspiration for the

Episode 220: Dollop: Tylenol Man

Hello, the name’s Red. Red Herring. –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Tylenol_Man.mp3   Before I get to going on this spooky-ass before and after event of my childhood, only

Episode 182: Smollop: Street Dentist Painless Parker

Hello, how are you? Do you mind if I go inside your head? –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Painless_Parker.mp3

Dollopween 13: Thinking Sideways: Gloomy Sunday

Podcast and Podcasters: We return to Thinking Sideways and Devin, Joe, and Steve: Episode: Gloomy Sunday In 1933, Hungarian pianist Rezső Seress composed

Labor Day, or Don’t Lick That Brush…

…just ’cause the Bossman tells you to. The whys and wherefores of Labor Day, as viewed through the skewed prism that is The Dollop:

New audio recorded: A note for the Oswalt briefcase

Hosted by the lovely folks at Patreon. A story of a long ago, far away time, the 1970’s, when you could smoke in movie theaters,