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Episode #10 - JOEY’S PLACE

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Alex & Tom watch the episode where the Tanners spend thousands of dollars to move Joey into an adequate bedroom in the garage while he was touring the country, spitting on college students.

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thekevinmarshall
thekevinmarshall:

I’m the guest on this week’s episode of the Wrestlefolks podcast! See info above and below.
NOTE ABOUT THAT PICTURE: yes, that’s a caricature of me with my “signature catchphrase” as instagrammed by John Cena. No idea if he actually drew it himself. I suspect someone else did. 
AND A DISCLAIMER: I talk a bit about my time in WWE, but it’s more along the lines of “hey, this guy was great and I miss this guy.” Anyone looking for tales out of school will be kinda disappointed and they’re probably call me a sadsack for being so wistful about the people I used to work with and still miss, but THAT’S HOW I DO
THAT’SHOWIDO

DOWNLOAD (right-click and save)SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESKevin Marshall (comedian/writer) was once a monthly guest on Wrestlefolks before disappearing for almost a year. Then, he went and got hired as a member of World Wrestling Entertainment’s creative team. This week, he returns to the podcast for a very special episode with lots of interesting stories and anecdotes from his time with WWE! What song plays when you get put on hold while calling Titan Tower? Did he ever walk by the gym from the ICOPRO commercials? How cool was it to sit under the learning tree of legends like Road Dogg & Michael Hayes? Plus, we talk about Vince Russo for fifteen minutes because we both can’t believe he really says and does anything he says and does.
We’ll return next week with the usual format, riffing on the weirdest wrestling on Youtube.
FOLLOW KEVIN ON TWITTER – @KevinMarshall
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thekevinmarshall:

I’m the guest on this week’s episode of the Wrestlefolks podcast! See info above and below.

NOTE ABOUT THAT PICTURE: yes, that’s a caricature of me with my “signature catchphrase” as instagrammed by John Cena. No idea if he actually drew it himself. I suspect someone else did. 

AND A DISCLAIMER: I talk a bit about my time in WWE, but it’s more along the lines of “hey, this guy was great and I miss this guy.” Anyone looking for tales out of school will be kinda disappointed and they’re probably call me a sadsack for being so wistful about the people I used to work with and still miss, but THAT’S HOW I DO


THAT’S
HOW
I
DO

DOWNLOAD (right-click and save)
SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES

Kevin Marshall
 (comedian/writer) was once a monthly guest on Wrestlefolks before disappearing for almost a year. Then, he went and got hired as a member of World Wrestling Entertainment’s creative team. This week, he returns to the podcast for a very special episode with lots of interesting stories and anecdotes from his time with WWE! What song plays when you get put on hold while calling Titan Tower? Did he ever walk by the gym from the ICOPRO commercials? How cool was it to sit under the learning tree of legends like Road Dogg & Michael Hayes? Plus, we talk about Vince Russo for fifteen minutes because we both can’t believe he really says and does anything he says and does.

We’ll return next week with the usual format, riffing on the weirdest wrestling on Youtube.

FOLLOW KEVIN ON TWITTER – @KevinMarshall

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thekevinmarshall

thekevinmarshall:

So all of this is true.

To catch you up: apparently, Blues Traveler’s John Popper - he who bloweth the harmonica with such ferocity - tracks mentions of his name on twitter and elsewhere on the internet. Not just his handle, mind you, but any and all mentions of “John Popper” or “Blues Traveler.”

I love you, thekevinmarshall.

teambestdude

teambestdude:

Tom Green’s (@NotThatTomGreen on Twitter) Top 15 Favorite Wrestlers of All Time. 

Tom Green is the producer for the Wrestlefolks Podcast Network, host of the Wrestlefolks Podcast, the uncrowned King of Twitter, and overall real good guy and long time friend of TeamBestDude.

  1. William Regal - Never been a time when he hasn’t been one of my favorites, even during his dark days. Always the first name in the Youtube search engine when I want to fall down the rabbit hole. He’s everything I love about wrestling and he’s the only guy in wrestling who I’d be legitimately devastated if he passed away, as morbid as that sounds. He’s the first dude that popped to my mind for the number-one spot (and this list in general) without having to think about it.
  2. Arn Anderson - Was probably the guy who created my taste for wrestling. I have a fast trigger finger to fast-forward through matches with even guys who I like, but Arn’s a guy who I never can do that to. 
  3. Eddie Guerrero - His improvement at the “extra things” when he went to WWE when he had been praised for so long as a great in-ring performer is something to look up to. One of the few guys who could have great one-off matches AND was a great “storyline wrestler”. He made his own run before making your own run was cool.
  4. Steiners - They were the coolest wrestlers ever when I was little; big jacked-up dudes in bright colors who did cool moves and beat ass. If you want to count Scott as his own thing, he’s my favorite “belligerent wrestler who I can watch cut promos on Youtube for hours” of all of those types. 
  5. Rey Mysterio - He’s been a top-level worker for 20 years working a ridiculously difficult style. He broke the mold as to what people thought a top drawing wrestler was in English-speaking North America. In some ways, he changed the industry, and in other ways, he sped the change along. 
  6. Dustin Rhodes - Watching old stuff back, he was as good as anyone on the shows I was watching as a child. His life story and his progression as a character and a performer are both amazing. Even as good as hardcore fans realize he is now, he might never get his due and it’s a shame. 
  7. Tajiri - Best thing that came out of ECW. His WWF debut is one of my favorite TV segments ever. Great worker, fantastic facial expressions, hilarious performer. 
  8. Vader - Badass motherbear in a way that few others were. He did cool shit without jeopardizing the monster aura. He’s the template that all monster heels should be molded off of.
  9. Stevie Richards - From about 1997-2005, he was one of my favorites. The bWo thing seemed so cool and counter-culture to a dumb kid from Indiana who only had access to ECW through magazines and an occasional TV appearance. His WCW debut excited me way more than Raven’s. He was as consistently good as anyone in the industry and even got better as he got older. Stevie Night Heat skits are still some of the funniest things to come out of WWE in years.
  10. Sting - As a kid, I would argue with kids at school that he was way cooler than Hulk Hogan. He was the hero I grew up with, and I think being able to transform like he did during the nWo angle speaks volumes when a lot of guys from that generation struggled with how to react to the industry changing then.
  11. Owen Hart - Solid wrestler, but mid-90’s jealous little brother Owen is one of my favorite characters of all-time and he was way funnier than he ever got credit for.
  12. Daniel Bryan - I got into the indies right when he blew up. There’s a bit of an emotional attachment to him because of being able to see him from step one in 2001 and almost growing up with him, as cheesy as that sounds, through Wrestlemania 30. Closest thing to the Finlay/Regal types of the modern era; super-versatile.
  13. Finlay - One of a handful of wrestlers whose work explains every single logic hole that bugs me when I watch wrestling. The type of wrestler I wish everyone stole from. 
  14. Mikey Whipwreck - My favorite wrestler when I was 12. Identified with him more than any other wrestler since he looked like a chubby 12-year-old and I looked like a babyfaced 30 year old. One of the few ECW dudes whose stuff holds up. 
  15. Great Muta - Thought he was the coolest dude ever when I was little. Half of the characters in my action figure make-believe federation were Muta ripoffs. Influential on the entire American wrestling landscape more than anyone will ever express.

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The Unofficial Official History Of The Undertaker

This was originally published on Thought Catalog in April and I was super-proud and happy of that fact. Then, they posted and supported some really awful, hateful pieces that went up this week. Because of that, I’m going to post this ridiculous article I wrote, detailing the character history of WWE’s The Undertaker and how balls-out insane it is. I hope I tag it well enough to where any future search history for it leads to here and not there.

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