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The mystery is, Can X stop them? With mysteries, you don't know whodunit, and will find out at the end. This sent me looking for more on these distinctions between subgenres.
For example there is more action in thrillers than in suspense. Scroll down for 16 different responses, including this one: "A mystery is a power fantasy; we identify with the detective. Suspense is a victim fantasy; we identify with someone at the mercy of others. If you can disentangle it, it will lead you to the answer. Smith on MysteryNet. Mystery is an intellectual process, like in a whodunnit. But suspense is essentially an emotional response.
With a mystery, you are tempted to look at the last page for the solution to the mystery. And there are military, science, medical, environmental, and other thriller subcategories. Steampunk suspense is apparently a subgenre of historical fantasy set in the Victorian era, urban gothic suspense with an element of science fiction. Other subgenres: historicals, culinary, detective, supernatural, caper, women in peril, noir, detective fiction, and classic whodunits. If you're willing to go down the rabbit hole of more definitions, follow the Wikipedia links here and learn that Hollywood's film noir period early 40s to late 50s "is associated with a low-key black-and-white visual style that has roots in German Expressionist cinematography.
Many of the prototypical stories and much of the attitude of classic noir derive from the hardboiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United States during the Great Depression. All story is character. While maintaining tension, leave room to breathe. Read all 7 and the explanations that go with them. Inside the Outside is one of those. The Flying Saucers. His three rules: "Bore me and die. Confuse me and lose me. Make me bettere or leave me alone. As our fears change, so does horror fiction. It has the capacity to expand its grip towards other types of fiction across human history.
Tips from the pros on writing horror.
Lansdale, Ramsey Campbell, and a Who's Who of masters of the craft offering an education in the craft of horror writing. Edited by Joe Mynhardt and Eugene Johnson. Science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction When journalist-novelist Kathryn Lance interviewed Isaac Asimov for a Scholastic teen magazine she asked him at her editor's behest, "What is the purpose of science fiction? Simpson, this syndicate of geeks produces podcasts on the world of specuilative fiction, comics, TV, films, books, and games.
Read About Geek Syndicate. Outlines for science fiction and fantasy novels which real authors new and old used to sell their books to major publishing companies. In slow economy, romance writers steam to success. Meanwhile, total U. Nine out of 10 readers are women. Those are consumers who, if they wanted a book, they used to come to us, and now they go elsewhere. One author discusses her decision to go about it differently.
Some authors believe that the financial incentives set up by Kindle Unlimited are reshaping the romance genre — possibly even making it more misogynistic. See more on piracy in the romance field under Piracy. Click here to see a few top posts on running BookBub Ads campaigns. A three-book-a-year reader is usually picking up their three books in hardcover in airports or brick-and-mortar bookstores or receiving them as holiday gifts.
But most fifty-book-a-year genre fiction readers are, by now, buying those books online, and most probably as ebooks—which usually means that half or more of them are self-published purchases. Part of that is that Kindle has titles nobody else has, as some self-publishing entities just use the dominant platform and skip the rest.
And almost no big publisher commercial content is included in Kindle Unlimited Indie authors and Kindle Unlimited have made the biggest inroads What's that about? Neely Tucker, Washington Post, Check out the archive! Paid subscribers to Publishers Lunch Deluxe got a useful summary of Harlequin's "Harlequin Horizons" self-publishing enterprise, an effort to make money from the romance writers it doesn't publish by selling them vanity publishing services. Sharp rebukes from writers and writers' organizations included an announcement from Science Fiction Writers of America SFWA , which, concerned that the new 'self-publishing' venture's "sole purpose appears to be the enrichment of the corporate coffers at the expense of aspiring writers," declared that "NO titles from ANY Harlequin imprint will be counted as qualifying for membership in SFWA.
It took a long time for real-life sex to catch up. Openings, closings, and transitions best ledes and endings--favorite first and last lines--and a few transitions "As Orson Welles told us, if we want a happy ending, it depends on where we stop the story. She writes about straight news leads, anecdotal leads, scene-setting leads, first-person leads, observational leads zinger leads, and bad leads.
With really good books, a powerful sense of voice is established in the first line. The point of a flashback is to illuminate the scene from which it digresses, to add dimension and tension to it. Inspiration for a good first line often comes after work, when he's done reporting but hasn't started writing. Leon, Huffington Post, Feature ledes, sometimes called delayed, narrative or anecdotal ledes, unfold more slowly. They allow the writer to tell a story in a more traditional, sometimes chronological way.
The objective is to draw the readers into the story, to make them want to read more. I line up with the fried-chicken faction. Fiction and narrative nonfiction stories are about overcoming major obstacles, quests, and transformations. The changes may not be all good. The story may be upsetting or depressing. So, we use scene transitions to skip periods of time or to change to a new location in the story, glossing over events that happen between the new and old times or locations. Some tips to keep them on track. They aren't as easy as they look.
Historical novels and awards for historical fiction "Journalism allows its readers to witness history; fiction gives its readers an opportunity to live it. The HNS conference U. In the first of her BBC Reith Lectures, the double Man Booker prize-winning author explores the complicated relationship between history, fact and fiction. This is how we live in the world: romancing. Once the romance was about aristocratic connections and secret status, the fantasy of being part of an elite. The facts have less traction, less influence on what we are and what we do, than the self-built fictions.
Cause and effect? Some participants read a version of a narrative that foregrounded facts that made it doubtful Washington would become the president; others read a narrative that made his presidency seem likely. Readers who read the doubtful version took longer to verify that he had indeed become president or to recognize that a sentence denying that he had become president was not true. Sarah Johnson, Historical Novel Society. See also Defining the genre Richard Lee.
Very specific! Can fiction and history really be kept secret? See special website edition of open-access academic journal Text: Fictional histories and historical fictions: Writing history in the twenty-first century ed. Tracks when and how usage patterns changed in history based on how often words and word combination appear in books over time and useful for avoiding anachronistic slang in historical fiction. Tips: Don't hit reader over the head. If in doubt, leave it out.
And more Why would a writer not wish to work with them when the period is clearly one in which they are interested enough to have based a book around? Well, largely because they can be immensely inconvenient. Sarah Johnson's site showing how certain art gets used and reused for covers on historical novels and Diane Ackerman's A Natural History of Love , hardcover edition.
Art directors: your secret is out! Matt Philpott. Download PDF copy or click on links on various subtopics. Fascinating profile of Hilary Mantel author of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies --first of her life, and then of her life as a historical novelist--one trying to imagine real history. When she is writing historical fiction, she knows what will happen and can do nothing about it, but she must try to imagine the events as if the outcome were not yet fixed, from the perspective of the characters, who are moving forward in ignorance. What she, the author, knows is history, not fate. She might be appalled to have her entry in the same group as some of the bodice rippers on other sites to which this page links.
And a good reading list for short story lovers. In order for a story to have both compression and expansion, it must find a way to let the tensions of the plot and the revelations of characters to come to this point where something closes while also opening up. While Novel holds forth for hours on end like a drunk uncle. Don't get him started on his wild youth, recounted in a dozen different voices. Jason Gurley, WritingWorld. Subscribe to series here.
So micro fiction is even flashier than flash fiction. The result was a rollicking, far-ranging conversation in which the authors discussed the state of the thriller, heroes and villains, the struggle for literary credibility, and how a murder is planned and executed. Finn, went to No. I have the story, and what I find I need to develop is stuff within the story that gives it the punch. Fascinating for the story of his life including his unsettled childhood and the bent way his father approached life , his intelligent comments about the current political situation in the United States, his gentle wit he went from working class to middle class to criminal class--he did not want to come across as English upper class , and what he says about the genre and his writing life.
If you, like me, caught part of Terry Gross's interview while driving somewhere, and hated missing the rest, you can catch them both online, thank goodness. Wonderful material. And then there's the memoir: The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories from My Life , about a far more interesting life than most of us have experienced!
But she was. She taught him about suspense. Kristen Tsetsi's interview, on Jane Friedman's blog, , of the prolific author and publisher of action, superhero, steampunk, vampire, western fantasy, and mainstream fiction. An Interview with Novelist Tammy Greenwood Dan Blank, WeGrowMedia, Frank talk about the reality of reaching success as a novelist, and having a backup source of income in her case, teaching writing in San Diego.
Choose very few details, and choose ones that have trapdoors built into them in order to make the world of the story feel both familiar and unreliable. Understanding that the easiest thing for a reader to do is stop reading is something that my wonderful newspaper editors instilled in me.
It sets the bar too high for legitimate nonfiction. Paris Review Interviews with Fiction Writers In addition to the interviews, you can see a page of each author's manuscript Paris Review "Writers at Work" and "The Art of Fiction" interviews s through now -- online and these are wonderful. Click on "view a manuscript page"near top of interview and see a sample from an edited manuscript. And read Heavyweights and High Spirits David Kirby, NY Times, , a review of The Writer's Chapbook for a look back at what the Paris Review was trying to do and did --as William Styron put it, "'The Paris Review would strive to give predominant space to the fiction and poetry of both established and new writers, rather than to people who use words like Zeitgeist.
Doctorow, The Art of Fiction No. Forster, The Art of Fiction No. James, The Art of Fiction No. Jones, The Art of Fiction No. And barely. Naipaul, The Art of Fiction No. Pritchett, The Art of Fiction No. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master.
You'll absorb it. Then write. If it's good, you'll find out. If it's not, throw it out of the window. To call a story a true story is an insult to both art and truth. The fictitious names in the novel represent real people, and the "key" is the relationship between the nonfiction and the fiction. She explains why, usefully for others. A few techniques that can minimize the chance of getting sued for libel in fiction. This article ends with the names of several legal cases on the issue. Yet every fiction writer bases characters on real people. Memoirists and nonfiction writers identify people by name.
How can writers use real people in their work without risking a lawsuit? Ruth was a talentless writer who aspired to literary fiction while writing restaurant reviews and articles for Cosmo This was my first experience of being fictionalized. I still recall the yellow-white flash of queasiness, the mortification: a sense of powerlessness and an utter lack of recourse.
Can I Be Sued? There has never been a tougher time to be a debut novelist - only a tiny fraction receive six-figure advances, and most manuscripts end up in the shredder. So, what makes or breaks the first-timers? Kate Kellaway reports and talks to five who made it into print. The numbers, though not a major worry, raise questions about the books the industry is publishing and what consumers want to read. While publishers devote their attention to bringing new middle grade titles to market, the responsibility for putting their books into the hands of kids largely falls to librarians, teachers, and booksellers Much has changed about middle grade publishing since the debut of Harry Potter, but the core difficulty remains the same, according to Neville.
Five years ago, ebooks were at 28 percent market share for traditionally published books; today they are at 20 percent. Why the drop? People are shifting from e-readers to tablets and phones that offer more distractions, and ebook pricing has gone up. He was, rather, paid per installment. Oliver Twist, were issued in ten installments.
On the other hand, he has built such high walls of academic verbiage and doctrinal framing around his work that only a few hardy souls outside his area of specialty will ever succeed in climbing them.
Surprisingly, the works of highest quality came from the group being graded on quantity, because they had continually practiced, churned out tons of work, and learned from their mistakes. The manuscript was rejected, but a month later a young editor picked it up from the reject pile. With some work and a new title—The Lord of the Flies—Golding's novel was published in Very enterprising! See their writing guidelines and succinct explanation of reading fees being one of the ways literary journals can afford to pay published writers: Contest vs.
Even if you pay the author for a selection, it is not "work for hire" -- it is a permission fee and you are free to allow the work to be published in other anthologies, too--or consider a bonus fee for exclusive rights for a limited period. The publisher does not need to own copyright on your work to publish it in an anthology. As a contributor to an anthology, know your rights! As editor or publisher of an anthology, be fair. Read all of her articles on the topic, whether you're assembling the anthology or being included in it. Don't give them away. Janie Reinart and Mary Ann Meyer and here she summarizes the practical steps she took and others might take.
Books about writing fiction "Writing a novel is like driving a car at night. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way. Doctorow "I aimed at the public's heart, and by accident I hit it in the stomach. The rest of us just get up and go to work. McCormack, with whom I worked early in both our careers, was a legendary fiction editor who built St. Martin's Press into a major American publishing house. The key here is to grow a script organically rather than force the story into preexisting mechanics.
Highly recommended. Biographer T. Stiles recommends it for writers of biography, too. This is the edited transcript of those lectures, dissecting her works and those of others. As reader L. Kraus comments, "The best part of this book is its tips on how to construct an exciting plot-from developing plot conflicts to compounding the burdens on protagonists, to creating the seminal event in which all conflicts converge Rand also emphasized the importance of action to make visible a character's journey and that not all stories that record even a good character's impressions of the world make good stories If you can unite the two--if you can give a relevant and logical physical expression to the spiritual conflict you present--then you have high-class drama.
It's not just about characters and viewpoints, but those factors need a framework to define them, both for writing and for audience expectation. Brilliant insights into some of the best novels and novelists on the theme of love. Did celebrity culture speed his artistic decline? In her Washington Post review, Carolyn See wrote "fascinating book, especially if you're interested in publishing, or ever wanted to write, or find yourself currently in that notoriously tortured profession.
The narrative is full of information about pitiful print runs and lying editors and desperately bumbling ploys to sell books and the layers and layers of artifacts that surround the whole thorny, nutty conundrum that has to do with 'selling out,' whatever that is, and losing your 'integrity,' whatever that is.
The entries are brief, knowledgeable, and highly entertaining, like hearing an exasperated friend rant about his or her area of expertise. Dated in details but not in basics of fiction writing. Surmelian why certain techniques work and where they are most useful for your fiction writing--with chapters on scene, summary and description, third person, first person, plot and plotting, character, stream of thought and interior monologue, traits of narrative prose and narrative style.
Writes Haley: "She calls one context the 'gritty fight scene' realism and brevity required and the other context the 'entertaining fight scene' realism and brevity optional. Understanding the difference is key to determining whether a scene involving violent action is plausible. The elements that make a novel stand out from the rest: "a powerful sense of time and place, larger-than-life characters, a high degree of tension, good subplots, and universal themes," how to construct stories and build suspense, elements needed to take a novel to the bestseller list.
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They establish the crucial bond between writer and reader, setting us off on a path toward the heart or climax of a story, or they fail to do so. Among benefits: Sitebuilder a template for creating your own website , legal services , BackinPrint. Check out local chapters. Super website on writing fiction, with short podcasts "Fifteen minutes long, because you're in a hurry, and we're not that smart.
Not recommended if you are distractable. See also Local and regional U. Not gathered but absorbed—before I was fifteen years old. This latter means: there's no free lunch. Writing is work. It's also gambling. You don't get a pension plan. Not in that series but in the same spirit, what Western novelist Louis L'Amour said: "Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on. Carol Memmott, USA Today, , reports that young Amanda Hocking's self-published digitally young-adult paranormal novels are selling hundreds of thousands of copies through online bookstores.
Fiction writers have complete license to keep only the best tidbits of the story. Even memoirs can benefit from a little cutting. Keeping only the juiciest bits and tossing the less-than-interesting parts into the compost is a smart way to use a piece of truth to its full fictional advantage. Unlike memoir, which can be forgiven for presenting events in a less-than narratively perfect way, any real life details in autobiographical fiction must neatly line up with other plot elements in the story. What do novelists do between finishing one book and starting the next? But, argues Morrison, editors are now an endangered species.
Meet the new breed of literary types on the make. An interesting series about how writers might deal with the enormous changes rocking and reshaping the book publishing industry. Nancy Henderson, Freelance Writing Good practical advice and questions. A new project is rejecting old stereotypes and bringing 15 writers together to collaborate. See Dark Angels. Celebrities butcher singalong of Sweet Caroline at the Grammys. Chance the Rapper. Roy Wood Jr in studio to talk about people's anger over Beyonce not winning album of the year.
In Memoriams at the Grammys. New Edition story on BET. Which members of New Kids on the Block are gay? The guys hate-watched Nick Cannon's stand-up special "but do he got dat good dick tho". The guys recap their watching of Danielle Brigoli's return to Dr. Phil after she had been to Turnabout Ranch. Skype with Dan who's in LA taping his Netflix special. Guest Mike Vecchione.
Chicago Dicks is born. Dan doing various accents. Foreigner music the whole show. Ripping on how Lou Gramm looks now. Jay singing Dan's upcoming show dates to the tune of Foreigners Waiting for a girl like you. The old Jewish grandma smooches bit. Discussing the Oscar's and mocking Dan's actress ex girlfriend. Dan is in LA to film his Netflix half hour. Dean Edwards in studio to talk about early days of comedy when Jay worked a lot of "black" rooms.
KRS One married a not so hot woman who saved him from living on the streets. Jay and Dean look into rapper Ugly God who uses the ringtone from iPhone as his beat. Remy Ma Niki Minaj beef. Rap beefs of the 90s.
Jay tells some stories about old days with Kevin Heart and Patrice. Jay and Dean share their thoughts on Nick Cannon's stand-up, hip hop, and acting. Tai Mack's guest role in the rape episode of A Different World. Big Jay is wearing spurs that Dan brought back for him. Sal Volcano in studio with weird Japanese Kit Kats for them to eat.
Jay is dumbfounded that Izabella is not interested in any older music. Sal tells about getting "thrown out" from Steve Miller Band concert for basically enjoying the concert, but then being taken to the freestanding area at the front. The entire crowd was sitting and not moving as the concert was at Jones beach, a dry venue.
Assigned seats at the movie theatre. Jay tells about a lady dancing all witchy and bumping into he and Christine at Fleetwood Mac. Campers call in with concert stories and stories of being pissed on. Having to fight when the girl your with gets hit or insulted. Drunk Nate Bargatze and his taste in music. They check out cast member Angie's music video, cast member Francesca trying to become a hype girl, and a girl getting kicked out for threatening another girl with a rat-tail comb.
They watch a video of a woman who dual breastfeeds her children on videos and DJ Lou is hot for her. They riff calling Moss man by the names of his recipes and talk about making Natalie love Jay and Moss man hate him. Dan has trouble pronouncing "pecorino". Finoia weighs in on how Jay should behave on New Day Cleveland.
They watch a video of Danielle Brigoli, cash me outside girl, in a physical fight with her mother. They check out some leaked sexual videos of WWEs Paige. Jay tells about a skin disease he's dealing with, stress induced diseases. Jay tried to tell Dan that some jerk-off told Natalie and the Moss-man that Jay was planning to mess with them, but Jay reveals he was just exhausted and Natalie was too nice.
The guys read an amazing post on Craigslist by a 56 year old divorced guy named Gordon looking for a young hot woman to go to Coachella with him in his Shasta Chinook. They read Gordon's list of requirements for his travel companion. Paul Mercurio in studio. They share Gordon's posting with Paul. A female cuddler has asked Jay if she could cuddle him for free for research purposes. Jay is insisting she be naked and he be clothed. Jay decides he is going to hire a male cuddler to cuddle Jacob. Jay and Dan return to Craigslist poster Gordon's list of requirements for his Coachella travel companion: ie.
The whole team makes plans to attend Corey Feldman's upcoming birthday concert. They check out a Craigslist add where a guy asks for a girl to fling his son's model trains around like Godzilla. Awkwafina calls in to talk about performing with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park. Video of a greasy Italian showing his deceased parents house which he's now selling. Video of a white trash couple who's kids are stuck in an elevator. After the final break, they guys watch a newscast about Kai the hitch-hiker. Bonfire fans in full force at Caroline's comedy club over the weekend.
Backlash over Jay's makeout voice when talking about the cuddlers in the previous episode. Professional cuddler Can in studio to cuddle Jacob and Lou. Jacob is furious because he thought they'd sit side-by-side, not laying down.
Lou is getting drunk to get through it. They interview Can about the ins and outs of cuddling. Dan does a phenomenal Gollum impression. Jay explains carpark dogging to Dan. Female body builders and how their bodies become masculine in appearance. Can, Lou and Jacob form a massage train and Lou ends up all blotchy. Video of man being pulled off flight shouting "I want to go home!
Christine shares about how she felt when Lisa came over to cuddle Jay. Lisa tells how white guys never liked her but then she went to Jamaica and all the guys liked her, so she saved up all her cuddling earnings to go to Jamaica for the winter. Lisa also reveals she's been in the audience of about 20 episodes of Steve Wilkos show. The group talks about taking a trip to be part of the Steve Wilkos show audience. A comedian put up a post blasting Craig Glaser for not paying him. Jay tells a story about a comedy club owner being arrested and in jail and unable to pay him.
Guys selling comedy tickets on the street. Camper Evan who is playing bass for Keith Jacob, who is opening for Feldog tomorrow night calls in. Dan brings up camper CamoAng tweeting at him about Feldog's recent acoustic set which was "live from Feldmansion". Jay talks about performing on Goddamn Comedy Jam.
Lukas Rossi calls in. Zach from Albany, GA calls in to tell the guys about a Facebook video of what transpired just before the recent viral video of the guy getting kicked off a flight. They check out a video of Keith Jacob performing his hit "Ranch Hand". The guys describe the fun at Moontower. Dan took too many mushrooms, Andy and Lou got stou'd. DJ Lou describes trying to wear down a girl that previously slept with his twin brother.
Camper Nick in CO calls in to tell about his ex-fiancee sleeping with his best friend. Jay discusses how he'd feel if Mike Vecchione got with Karla. Mercface tells about his best friend marrying a girl he used to fuck, and Andy was best man at their wedding. Christine and Dan share stories of people they've liked and fooled around with that did not reciprocate.
Michael Che joins in studio. Making out with trannys. Could Jay and Dan give a good blow job. Jay describes an incident involving his ex Cheryl and anal beads. The crowd guesses Jay's fake crimes that Comedy Central would not allow to be printed on the fake wanted poster. Porn where girl gets fucked by a horse. Colin Quinn joins Jay and Dan on stage. Jay believes anyone who passes away by hanging was jerking off. Bill O'Reilly putting loofahs up his ass. Jacob as the catch me outside girl. Chicago dicks trailer. The gd comedy jam guys. Silence of the lambs the musical.
They bring up a camper and his chick from the audience and musical heckle them. The whole gang sings I wanna know what love is to end the show. Playing Madden online. The girl DJ Lou mentioned last week does not want to come on the air and talk about her past with Lou's twin. Jay and Christine returned to the scene of the crime that caused the trial, and that the guy who was the catalyst was hosting the show. A discussion of how the alcoholic brain works takes place. Jay has difficulty understanding how it works. Canadian weed and gravity bongs.
Dan can stop with weed in a way he cannot with alcohol. Justin Silver told Jay 2 stories about picking up birds that Jay does not believe. They travel down the Z-Dogg rabbit hole. A camper calls in to tell them about "Take you to the movies" by Bangs. Camper Quinton calls in to tell them about Ronald Jenkees. Mercface Andy is leaving the Bonfire for Nick DiPaolo's show, Big Jay met Kate Flannery Meredith from The Office when she came to his show and Jay asked her about Parks and Rec, Cornell Acapella group expelled for putting icy hot on new members ball sacs as hazing, camper Mike in IL calls in with hazing stories, Luis J Gomez calls in and agrees to put icy hot on his balls on LoS, Rich Vos in studio and he and Jay discuss how unimpressed they are with the size of their soft dicks, Jay tells about his daughter's incredibly unenthusiastic recital leading to the team checking out choir videos and come across the Chula Vista boys choir led by Carlos singing I'll Be There, and the Monte Vista high school choir singing Africa by Toto.
Merc Face Andy's last day on the show. Mark Normand is a guest. Dan catches a foul ball with his bare hand at a Mets game. They watch a video of some crazy chick obsessing over the new Harry Styles song. The gang ceremoniously folds The Bonfire flag to send Merc Face out. Boogie Nights Music the whole show. Guest Dan St.
Drunk Lou Moontower bit. Jay tells a story about getting a hooker like 15 years ago. Dan did a Yahoo web series about a Russian bath house. Chapelle enforcing having your phone locked in a bag at his shows. A couple was in the green room over the weekend and the guy kept getting the girl to show her panties to everyone there. They ended up wiping out pretty bad and getting kicked out.
Camper Mitch in Denver calls in. Getting drunk and gassy at high altitudes. Mike Vecchione in studio. Choke jerk discussion. Justin Silver in studio for more choke jerk conversation. Justin defends his story of picking up birds. Justin sent a video of him holding a bird to Jay, Jay believes it's a dead bird. The guys let Mike and Justin know about watching the Transformers trailer last week and that they've been talking in Mark Whalberg voice about "robot cahs" ever since. Jay's daughter and ex wife in studio, also comedian Craig Gass.
They discuss Izabella Jay's daughter doing standup. Jay would rather her be a stripper than do improv. The guys mock black circuit catch phrase comedy. Dan decides Izabellas catch phrase should be "I'm grown enough! Chris Cornell choke jerk bit. Biggy Smalls bit. There is a bunch of hilarious stuff in between these bits.
The last half of the show, Craig Gass tells a crazy story about having sex with 3 girls in Jay and Carla's brand new car. Jay and Dan talk about Justin Silver being obsessed with air drumming. Jay tries to beat Shazam. Jay says he wants to challenge Justin to an air-drum-off. Justin Silver calls in to talk air drumming.
Camper Jonathan calls in to tell the guys that Feldog's song Go 4 It was originally sung by a girl named Celine Stone and oddly, Snoop is featured in both versions. Roy Wood Jr in studio to talk Afrin and kids doing gross tricks like flipping their eyelids or being double jointed. Jackass, Borat and silly comedy.
Prank phone calls are Level 1 assholes. Matt Ruby joins in studio to talk first nut smash of their lives. Camper Mike calls in with a Canadian hockey nut shot story. More campers call in with nut injury stories. Live show from Clusterfest in San Francisco.
Jay's Uber score is low for telling drivers how to get places. Senile Seinfeld. Nate Bargatze on stage. Lift driver in the audience explains what could lower a passenger's score. Swearing as a kid, selling your merch. Anthony Jeselnik on stage. Shark week, Deepest bluest my hat is like a sharks fin. Girl who tried to kill herself by polar bear. Sal Volcano on stage to talk about being hit by cars as a kid.
Dan tells about almost being hit as a kid and Jay re-tells about hitting a girl with his car. Jay tells a story about an encounter with a Wawa cashier. Shitting on tour busses or at house parties. Will Silvince in studio. Will tells stories of how he was raised. No sleepovers or going to other people's houses. Strategies his mother had so they wouldn't get robbed. Prison catering, robotics. Which famous people's kids are successful like their parents?
Stripper names. Will's dildo invention and dildo bikes. Sibian dildo is basically Will's dildo invention. Will tells a story about a woman kicked out of a comedy show who he followed outside. A video of the woman talking to the cops, filmed by Will himself, ended up going viral because of her DelCo accent. He couldn't decide which he regretted more: her getting fired or the fact he filmed it vertically instead of horizontally.
The guys announce the show is going to 4 nights a week in July Dan's good looking former roommate Pete's episode of Love Connection, Dan shows his rich ex's Instagram to Jay and the team, Carrie Fisher's toxicology report. Dan and Ramon Revis skyping in from LA. People who celebrate their birthday for a week or month. It's DJ Lou's birthday and Jacob brought a cookie cake.
Lou is drinking and the windows are being covered. Jay is annoyed by the diamond sellers on the streets of Manhattan. Cleveland Cavaliers drama. Lou's twin brother Will in studio with his birthday date. More LaGrange intro riffing. Skankfest was the weekend before and the guys talk about how it went. Ari threw a cup of piss in Zack Amico's face at the naked roast battle. Jay tells a story about his cousin's friend pissing on a girl who was passed out drunk and kneed her in the face on a separate occasion.
Camper Corey calls in to tell about being tricked into drinking piss by former friends. Did Lou's twin brother fuck his birthday date? Jay reveals a girl on SDR show peed in his mouth. Jay revealed for Lou's birthday present, he wanted to get a "passable" tranny with a big dick who would lap dance for Lou and then boom he gets "trunked in the face". Nate Bargatze in studio. Dan talks about his drinking days and Nate and Jay meeting Dan's girlfriend. Has Tiger Woods' sex addiction turned into another addiction?
They confirm it doesn't. A security guard in Miami pulled over cop while pretending to be a cop. Jimmy Buffet songs cause Dan to tear up because of Gary's love of Buffet. Being too drunk, Goddamn Comedy Jam. Joe's friend Rocco who is a recovering alcoholic used to talk to his morning beers and has jokes about AA. Joe being caught talking to a ficus by his wife. A discussion of the first jokes they ever wrote. Jay then tells those jokes in his style awesome bit. Little person comedian who compared saying the n-word to midget and actually says the n-word, in a room of predominantly black people.
Jay tells about Kurt Metzger abandoning his cats in the woods when he couldn't bring them after he moved. Mike Vecchione and Bert Kreischer are eskimo brothers. Boo and his buddies decided one of them had to do it, and he drew the short straw and got knocked out by the orangutan. They check out a video of Bert riding a bull. Bert's encounters with the Jackass guys. Bert Kreischer in studio. The roast battle from the night before, Facetime and Facebook calls.
Prank phone calls. Joe DeRosa joins in studio. Hate watching comedy. Meeting Pete Davidson for the first time. Hate watching Nick Cannon's stand-up. Fame based on looks vs talent. Joe DeRosa's verse in a rap song. The first Lost Tapes: latin american superstar Marc B in the fishbowl making it difficult for the guys to get to the studio. Referring to shitting as "making". College fight songs. Jay dated a girl who was relapsing on heroin. Ron Artest getting hit by a glass of water and fighting a different person than the one who threw it. Metta World Peace's rap music. Dave Atell in studio to talk Denny's vs Waffle House fights.
When women get involved in their boyfriend's fights. Video of a guy cold-cocking a girl for serving him cold chicken. Jacob is away in Florida. Angry Jacob drops are used before the story that leads to the drops airs. Luis J Gomez arrives to the studio on his penny board. Opie was fired from SiriusXM earlier in the day. Guilty pleasure music and "It's been Speculation about what is going on in the studio on the other side of the window.
Black Lou was married the previous weekend and the group looks at photos. BL revealed they met when he worked at Easy Spirit, a store for old lady sneakers and clothes, and she was his manager. Jay remembers his stepfather and young female cousins singing "Mama I'm Coming Home" to his great grandmother at a family function and the hilarity of the situation given what the song is truly about.
Videos of choreographed dances at weddings. Dante Nero joins after second break to talk about Vatican sex orgies in the news. Jacob is away and DJ Lou is in charge, the team is excited for Feldog's birthday concert coming up Sunday night and discuss which songs they want to hear, Jay cannot get over Kenny Loggins Keep the Fire album cover, the team chats about Barbizon School for Models, the team watches the first appearance of TWIN ks Mirror Image on America's Got Talent , then videos of people getting caught in revolving doors. Lost tapes: the team discusses the documentary Electric Bugaloo: The Wild Untold Story of Canon Films and the claim to fame celebrity of each of the team's neighbourhoods where they grew up.
The night before, the whole team and Sal Volcano went to see Corey Feldman perform with his angels for his birthday. DJ Lou and Dan were both incredibly nervous that the campers in attendance would ruin the show, but all crises were averted. They play a clip of opener Poesha, who sang angry at guys ballads. Dave Atell arrived during the opener and purchased some of her merch. During the performance 4 guys in suits approached Sal and informed him Corey is a big fan of Sal and invited Sal backstage. They also showed Sal the track setlist, which would take 3 hours prompting Sal compared to Springsteen.
They bring up the fact that Feldog referred to this as a "world tour". They watch the epic hype video that started off the show. Ron Bennington joins them in studio for a few minutes. They chat about opening track "Ascension Millennium" and Jacob's love of the track, the second song played "Duh" acronym for Done Under Halo , and the ladies twirling on rings hanging from the ceiling. They review the musical talents of the angels and Corey's song covers. Comedian Josh Johnson joins them in studio after the last break.
Big Jay and Dan reveal that Corey got tired and removed 4 songs from the playlist. They speculate about Corey's drug use, then talk about his 2 closing songs: "What's Up With the Youth? Ari Shaffir in studio. Big Jay fills Ari in on how much of a jerk John Fugelsang is around leaving the studio at 5 and cleaning up after himself in the studio.
Camper Nick calls in to tell about getting punched by a chick for calling her fat at a Richard Marx concert. Mike Finoia joins in studio. They read an article someone wrote about getting an angry email after calling Marx's music shameless. Looking at wedding photos of Marx and Fuentes, Jacob says "their love making must be beautiful" which becomes a drop.
Jacob claims it's something Howard Stern said a couple years back when the guys make fun of him about it. They then check out a colonics gag commercial Richard Marx did. Mike Finoia reveals his parents used to bang to Take These Broken Wings so he can;t listen to that song anymore. They look into the dietary value of chia seeds. Talk of colonoscopies and endoscopies. Luis tells about his skateboard life. Luis explains his beef with Michael Bisping. Differences in ways to get porn when they were teens and now.
They discuss the murder of James Bulger, then an 19 year-old from Romania who auctioned her virginity for a million dollars and got an offer of 2. Lost tapes: Dan describes skydiving. They check out a video of a couple fucking while skydiving. The guys watch interviews with skeezy porn stars. Big Jay complains about Fugelsang staying in the studio after 5pm. Bit of racist Clint Eastwood. DJ Lou describes his last physical fight, which was with his twin brother.
Pre-record, Big Jay is in Montreal. Mike Vecchione in studio with Dan. They chat about their gym and the crossfit studio across the street from their apartment. Dan will not go to the Starbucks across the street from their apartment because it used to be a funeral home. The Indian ladies working at the Dunkin Donuts across the street love Dan. They talk about their mutual hate for a trainer that only trains hot chicks and the fact that their landlord doesn't fix things in their apartment Mike didn't have a light in his room for 8 months.
Dan reveals he got warts from the gym and transferred them to his dick. A camper calls in to tell about having warts on his face in second grade. Louis Katz in studio to discuss stealthing telling a chick you're wearing a condom when you aren't and a time when Louis was banging a chick in Atlanta, got urethritis and thought he had an STD.
Difficulty pissing in public, shitting in public Jay won't ever, Dan will. Nick Dipaulo joins the guys. Stories of shitting in public. MidWestern tourists in NYC leads to discussion of street performers. The guys chat about what they've been doing in Montreal. Jay tells about walking around in his underwear in front of the hotel maid. Christine talks about flipping her handlebars as a kid and riding citibikes.
Dan mentions wearing board shorts with no underwear, inspiring Jay to tell a story about Kurt Metzger dressed as Freddie Mercury for Halloween with ball hairs coming through his tights. Sal Volcano on stage to talk about choke jerking and playing pass-out as kids. Christine has to re-tell about her friend who killed a girl from bondage.
Happy meals not being enough food, happy meal toys from childhood. Jay and Dan look at photos of kids with fetal alcohol syndrome to see if Dan perhaps has it. They come up with the term "the Syn-dome". Down's syndrome MMA fight. Jay wants to see nude photos of Oscar Pistorius' deceased girlfriend. The guys go through a list of the best disabled athletes and select the players in the Syn-dome. Dan describes Ari pulling a real G move at Panoramafest - Dan had weed cigarettes from Colorado in his smoke pack, security made him throw them out on the way in, Ari just grabbed the pack out of the big garbage can when the security personnel weren't looking.
They talk about and watch some videos of Glass Animals. Jay and Dan aren't big fans of this "good looking guy rock". Dan talks about his time working in the fish cannery in Alaska. DJ Lou plays Johnny Cash's version. The fued with the Fuge continues. Dan is heading into the mountains for a friend's bachelor party and the guys discuss their ideal bachelor parties.
Missing teeth, braces and headgear, choke jerk spotting,. The guys talk about rich kids of Instagram and about how wealthy people hate the poor. Dan and Tim also discuss how much they like or dislike social media and about conspiracy theories. Anthony Devito joins in on the conspiracy talk later on in the show as well.
Lost Tapes: Fat Manson crushes himself on stage, 21 Savage and Amber Rose, and looking at pics of douche boyfriends taking perfect Instagram pics of their girlfriends. The team talks about their love for WaWa, the Dolphins offensive-line coach's snorting video, Soder's interactions with said snorter, men vs women being blackmailed over sex. Tim Dillon in studio to chat about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Cheryl calls in to try to defend her email to the show about taking offence from the guys riffing on Cam Newton's remarks.
Dan's look is compared to high school shooters, Jacob doesn;t have it in him to go to sex island, and the guys check out some Gigi Hadid videos. Comedian Andrew Schulz in studio, the team and callers discuss the best vacuum on the market, the latest Harvey Weinstein allegations, Jay's story of banging a cousin not blood relative! Comedians Dan Perlman and Kevin Iso in studio, the guys discuss Kathy Lee Gifford's new Gospel hit about her late husband Frank, cool bongs, the worst celebrity personal assistant stories.
Comedian Jay Larson in studio to discuss a Russian woman who died hanging out a car window in Dominican Republic, Feldog arrested for marijuana possession, Sheets vs. WaWa, more Weinstein allegations. Dan discovers his tickets to the Eaglesers game are shit, the Bonfire Campers Facebook group, the campers try to get Wawa's attention again , comedian Chad Daniels in house.
WaWa tweeted at the show, GinjaNinja23 calls in and reads his Elite Camper names on air, Shuli Egar from the Stern show drops by and describes his time as a blackjack dealer, Dan and Jay fill Shuli in about what's happening with the Felddog, Shuli shares the story of his own personal felddog encounter. Dan and Jay are back from their trip to Philly for the Eaglesers game, they talk about the camper meet up after the game, they chat about the Kevin Spacey news and watch a WaWa fight video.
Comedian Will Sylvince joins the guys as they discuss the recent sexual assault allegations in Hollywood, Jenn Sterger and her complaints against barstool sports, and watch a video of a creepy nerd that catfished a girl and then accosts her. Lost Tapes: the guys investigate Dalia Dipolitto and her attempt to hire a hitman to murder her husband Michael, then watch an episode of Cheaters.