Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Out of the vault! KEN P.D. SNYDECAST #74: The Yule Teeth

KEN P.D. SNYDECAST #74: The Yule Teeth is one of the most jam packed, crazy, holiday episodes that Ken and Dana have every slapped together.

It starts off with a wonderfully wacky version of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer done by Plumey.

Then the show starts... without Dana! In his place is Santa Claus:

Ken: I am your merry yuletide jingler, Ken Plume.
Santa: And I am Santa Claus
Ken: You're not really Santa Claus
Santa: Oh, ho ho ho! I am, Ken! You've been a naughty boy this year!
Ken: Prove it.
Santa: I see everything, Ken.
Ken: What kind of twisted, perverted man are you?
Santa: I know what you do in the bathroom with your whatnot Muppet. It disturbs me, ho ho ho ho, to no end!

Santa then talks about his favorite cocktail: Cookies and Milk.

Eventually Mr. Snyder surfaces and explains that Santa is staying at the Snyde-mansion and he tells us about the humongous #2s that Santa has left in the Snyde-toilet.

Later in the show Dana leaves Ken alone to fill time. In a stroke of brilliance Ken introduces us all to the Chattering Yule Teeth. It's a riot.

Before the show ends, Dana takes out his ukulele and the boys delight us all with some Christmas carols.

Your holiday will not be complete unless you drop what you are doing and give KEN P.D. SNYDECAST #74: The Yule Teeth another listen.

Friday, October 14, 2016

KEN P.D. SNYDECAST #233: Shoo Fly

Hey gang! New episode is up and it's an odd little one: Ken PD Snydecast 233!

The episode is titled 'Shoo Fly' which is the second time an episode was titled 'Shoo Fly!'

Episode 112 also had that title and features Dana, Ken and Aaron Poole driving around Atlanta (over the 2009 DragonCon weekend.)

This episode was recorded on Sunday Morning, October 9th at around 11:30am at Hector's Cafe and Diner on Washington Street in NYC.

Since I was actually there I have the unique ability to provide you with several unnecessary details about the recording.

Dana, Ken and I had just finished breakfast. We each ordered corned beef hash and two eggs. Dana ordered a bagel "an everything bagel, or a plain bagel... whatever... I just don't want some cinnamon raisin bagel or something sweet like that."

They had Trappey's hot sauce on the table.

The urinal in the men's room was unusually high. 

Ok. Ready? Start listening: Ken PD Snydecast 233!

00:00 Ken starts with the plug for the CD. Get your's now

01:41 Show starts, recorded on Ken's iPhone. 

02:15 The debate over Dana's punctuality continues from prior to the recording.
Dana had missed dinner with Ken the night before (which we hear all about later.) Dana had texted me late in the night telling me to meet him at 10am. I texted him in the morning and when I arrived in the lobby but the texts were not seen...

02:41 Text weren't seen because Dana was using iMessage. So I got to spend extra time playing Q-Bert on my phone in the lobby.

02:49 Tweet mentioned on the podcast:
03:07 Dana mentions that the shower in his hotel room is open to the entire room. Here's a photo of one of the rooms at the hotel:

The hotel also has public bathrooms that are visible to people on the street:

It's a weird, pervy hotel.

03:29 Dana mentions that he has a bottle of Prosecco for me. It's Italian champagne. I mention that we should have had it yesterday when we drank the mini bar vodka:

Guy Hutchinson Entertainer with Dana Snyder

This was during a recording of Drunk On Disney which you can listen to here.

03:34 Brief discussion of paying the bill with my debit card. We had worried that it was cash only because they had a a shady looking ATM.

04:05 We start to talk about 'the con' which was New York City Comic Con. It was Dana's (and my) first time at this convention.

04:34 We are talking about cell phone credit card holders:

I have one from my bank and Dana's father bought one in Asia.

04:48 I mention that because I use a Samsung phone I carry spare batteries rather than a charging cable so I can pop out the battery when it drains and charge it in a wall charger:

05:43 I mention the episode where Doc Hammer co-hosted and how despite how good the co-host is  you never want to listen to a Snydecast without Ken and Dana. 

06:20 Mike Broder arrives. Mike runs several conventions including Florida Supercon which will be held next in July 2017, Raleigh Supercon which will also be in July and Paradise City Comic Con which will be held December 9-11, 2016. Dana and I appear at all three of the cons. Come see us!

07:36 they talk about the Brooklyn–Battery Tunnel which is officially known as the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel (a fact we didn't know during the show.)

Hugh Leo Carey (April 11, 1919 – August 7, 2011) was an American politician and attorney. He served as a seven-term (1961–1974) United States Representative, as well as 51st Governor of New York from 1975 to 1982.

09:49 Saturday Night's dinner fiasco is discussed. Dana didn't show to dinner with Mike and Ken and instead ate on Leroy Street with Melissa Warrenburg.

11:14 The 'Lisa' mentioned is actress and comedian Lisa Corrao:

12:08 Mike mentions his bar:

12:56 Dana mentions that he was at Big Apple Convention years ago:

15:19 Mike mentions the Disney history panels I do at conventions (email me at drunkondisney@gmail.com for bookings!)
Guy Hutchinson Author

15:25 Navarro and Eadler are a couple of awesome Jons that attend lots of the stuff Dana and I do:

15:51 the last episode of M*A*S*H is mentioned. "M*A*S*H" Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen (TV Episode 1983)

17:01 The show W*A*L*T*E*R is mentioned:

17:07 After MASH is mentioned.

You can hear me sing about After MASH here.

18:11 Dana mentions that window washers are ordering food in the diner. They had all the safety straps attached to their clothes.

Here is a photo from breakfast:
From left Mike Broder, Dana Snyder, Ken Plume and Guy Hutchinson

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Doritos and Mountain Dew

Dana and Ken were talking about a Mountain Dew Dorito but then I found this. Didn't watch it but it seems interesting.
It's your time:

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Doritos Jumpin' Jack Cheese Tortilla Chips

1990, Jumpin' Jack Monterey Cheese flavored Doritos were introduced. This flavor was later discontinued. In 1995.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Murder Capitol of the World

Rank City Murder Rate (per 100,000)
1 Caracas, Venezuela 119.87
2 San Pedro Sula, Honduras 111.03
3 San Salvador, El Salvador 108.54
4 Acapulco, Mexico 104.73
5 Maturin, Venezuela 86.45
6 Distrito Central, Honduras 73.51
7 Valencia, Venezuela 72.31
8 Palmira, Colombia 70.88
9 Cape Town, South Africa 65.53
10 Cali, Colombia 64.27

Dana must have been talking about Acapulco.

Friday, October 7, 2016


From wiki:
Nachos originated in the city of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, just over the border from Eagle Pass, Texas.[3][4] In 1943, the wives of U.S. soldiers stationed at Fort Duncan in nearby Eagle Pass were in Piedras Negras on a shopping trip, and arrived at the restaurant after it had already closed for the day. The maître d'hôtel, Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya, invented a new snack for them with what little he had available in the kitchen: tortillas and cheese. Anaya cut the tortillas into triangles, fried them, added shredded cheddar cheese, quickly heated them, added sliced pickled jalapeño peppers,[Note 1] and served them.

Thursday, October 6, 2016

The Writers of Fat Albert

On the newest Ken PD Snydecast Dana asks Ken if he would be comfortable if the writers of Fat Albert were all white.

I decided to find out if they were.

Here are the credited writers on imdb. I found pictures of most of them:

The Lost World 1960

On the newest Snydecast Dana mentions the 1960 film The Lost World and the sequences where crocodiles and lizards actually fight.

KEN P.D. SNYDECAST #232: Beer Naugles

Ken & Dana return with a great big bag of cheesy sad.


Sunday, October 2, 2016

Relevant pictures:

Here's the Debbie Reynolds casino:
Here's the Rock n Roll Ralphs:
Here's the implosion of the Landmark Hotel from Mars Attacks:

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Chest Hair Card Sharks

Dana's game show where gentlemen reveal their chest hair and contestants must determine if the next man has more (or less) chest hair.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Chest Friends

On the newest Snydecast Dana mentioned painting Chest Friends T-Shirts in his room for Chest Hair Card Sharks.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Biphasic and polyphasic sleep

In case you wanted to read more about the sleep stuff Dana and Ken were chatting about:
Biphasic sleep (or bimodal or bifurcated sleep) is the practice of sleeping during two periods over 24 hours, while polyphasic sleep refers to sleeping multiple times - usually more than two.[1] Each of these is in contrast to monophasic sleep which is one period of sleep over 24 hours. Segmented sleep and divided sleep may refer to polyphasic or biphasic sleep, but may also refer to interrupted sleep where the sleep has one or several shorter periods of wakefulness. A common form of biphasic or polyphasic sleep includes a nap, which is a short period of sleep, typically taken between the hours of 9am and 9pm as an adjunct to the usual nocturnal sleep period.

The term polyphasic sleep was first used in the early 20th century by psychologist J. S. Szymanski, who observed daily fluctuations in activity patterns (Stampi 1992). It does not imply any particular sleep schedule. The circadian rhythm disorder known as irregular sleep-wake syndrome is an example of polyphasic sleep in humans. Polyphasic sleep is common in many animals, and is believed to be the ancestral sleep state for mammals, although simians are monophasic.[2]

The term polyphasic sleep is also currently used by an online community that experiments with alternative sleeping schedules to achieve more time awake each day. However, researchers such as Piotr Woźniak warn that such forms of sleep deprivation are not healthy.[3] While many claim that polyphasic sleep was widely used by some polymaths and prominent people such as Leonardo da Vinci, Napoleon, or Nikola Tesla, there are few reliable sources supporting that view.[4]

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The King of Comedy

Dana was watching this when the Snydecast started.

From wiki: The King of Comedy is a 1983 American satirical black comedy-drama film directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis and Sandra Bernhard.[3] Written by Paul D. Zimmerman, the film focuses on themes including celebrity worship and American media culture.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Friday, September 16, 2016

The Gunshow, Atlanta

Dana mentioned this amazing place on the newest Ken PD Snydecast. This is one where they have multiple chefs that offer different dishes.

Here is this week's menu:

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Mac and Cheetos

The Mac n' Cheetos was a deep-fried cheese-flavored, puffed cornmeal and macaroni and cheese product sold by the international fast food chain store Burger King. Mac n' Cheetos is the combination of both macaroni and cheese and the Frito-Lay snack Cheetos. Mac n' Cheetos were first introduced in late June 2016.They were limited to sale over 8 weeks.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Friday, September 9, 2016


On the latest Ken PD Snydecast Ken and Dana discuss Palookaville.

Palookaville is located at 17 N Avondale Rd, Avondale Estates, GA 30002!

Deep Fried Masters

On the newest Ken PD Snydecast Ken talks about the TV show Deep Fried Masters.

Take a look:

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Sunday, September 4, 2016


On the newest Snydecast Ken and Dana talk about some Batman stuff.

Ken recommends Dark Night: A True Batman Story

Ken pans this:

Friday, September 2, 2016

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The Warner Brothers store

On the newest Ken PD Snydecast Dana mentions the Las Vegas Warner Bros Store:
1998 © Pedro Meyer

From wiki: The Warner Bros. Studio Store was a chain of retail stores selling Looney Tunes and other merchandise based on Warner Bros. films, similar in style to The Disney Store. They first opened in 1991.

In 1996, Warner Bros. owner Time Warner merged with Turner Broadcasting, which owned Hanna-Barbera and the pre-1986 MGM library, and merchandise based on Turner properties were added to the product lines.

 In 2001, all Warner Bros. Studio Stores went out of business.