Interviews That Never Aired Wrapup
15 May 2009
by R.A. Porter
With cable, satellite, and millions of websites streaming content, 24/7/52/7/71 straight into our brains2 you’d think we’d be hard-pressed to find any interviews that hadn’t filled up *someone’s* empty airtime. I mean, have you *seen* the crap on FOX and CNN?
But succeed we did, three times over. These interviews have been in the vaults, in one case for millenia, and unseen by the public until this week. Aren’t you lucky!
- Coyote dusted off an oldie. A *really* oldie. This interview has been locked away for MMLIII years…
- Lynn’s entry hasn’t been in the vault as long, but her subject is well over *6000* years old…
- Peter didn’t go deep, but he did the unthinkable: he found the first, last, and only honest athlete.
We’ve got friends, Romans, and quarterbacks this week. Take a look and don’t forget to send your friends on by. We’re always open.
Next week’s cue promises to be explosive. Be sure to come back around when the sketch warriors take on, The State of Healthcare.
If you think you’ve got the comedy chops to do battle with our scarred and bitter warriors, if you dare step into the hailstorm of seltzer and cream pies, if you think you’re MAN ENOUGH or WOMAN ENOUGH to make us laugh, write a sketch and contact us at submissions(nospam)@sketchwar.org.R.A. Porter is an aspiring television writer who currently toils away in the software mines. He can be found at DreamLoom, his personal blog, Tumblr, and stalked on Twitter.
- That’s 24 hours in a day, by seven days in a week, by 52 weeks in a year, by seven years between sabbaticals, by seven sabbatical cycles in a jubilee. I mean, we’ve got a LOT of content. [↩]
- The aluminum foil hat doesn’t go with my shoes. [↩]