Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza: Giggle Gaggle Gurgle (12/7/04) show audio

Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza:
Giggle Gaggle Gurgle (12/7/04)

Going against your doctor's recommendation.

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Artist Title Comment Album
Playlist complete, not in order (sources collaged and layered together simultaneously)
Jon BrionThemeEnd loop, forwardsEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind s.t.
Jon BrionThemeEnd loop, reversedEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind s.t.
DJ CloneAbout This PoemVery brief
Hanna-BarberaAnt Talk (Funny, Rapid)Hanna-Barbera Library of Sounds (Disc 1)
Robert Redford, director; Alvin Sargent, Judith Guest, writersScene: Opening choir dreamPachabel's CanonOrdinary People film
Robert Redford, director; Alvin Sargent, Judith Guest, writersScene: PlayDo you know we've made love 113 times? I figured it out in my Beaumark calculator! To know someone that well is a wonderful thing. Two lumps? No, one. So I don't know everything about you. I don't who your favorite movie stars are, and I can't remember the name of your favorite perfume, I've wracked my brain and I can't remember. That's funny, it's My Sin. But I do know in the last 24 years that I've never been out of love with you.Ordinary People film
Robert Redford, Director; Alvin Sargent, Judith Guest, writers. Donald Sutherland, Timothy Hutton, actorsScene: How was the show?Yeah? You OK? Mm mm, yeah. How was the show? Trouble sleeping? No. You sure? Mm mm. Burning the midnight oil? Yeah. OK. Have you thought about calling that doctor? No. Well, the month's up; I think we should stick to the plan. The plan was, IF I needed to call him. Yeah, OK. Don't worry about it. Get some sleep. By the way, I'm working on those Michigan State tickets. OK.Ordinary People film
Wes Andersen, director; Wes Andersen, Owen Wilson, writers; Gwyneth Paltrow, actorScene: Do you send my mother your clippings?...and your grades from college?Royal Tenenbaums movie
Wes Andersen, director; Wes Andersen, Owen Wilson, writers; Mark Mothersbaugh, music; Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, actorsScene: Find something you love to doWhat's the secret, Max? The secret? Yeah, well, you seem to have it pretty figured out. I don't know, I think you've just got to find something you love to do, and then do it for the rest of your life.Rushmore movie
Wes Andersen, director; Wes Andersen, Owen Wilson, writers; Mark Mothersbaugh, music; Wes Andersen, actorScene: Opening math class (integer numerator)Very briefRushmore movie
.38 SpecialIf I'd Been the One5 wordless loopsThe Best of Southern Rock (Rebound)
Zach Braff, director, writer, actor; Iam Holm, actorScene: I want it to be OK to be who we are. This is my life, Dad.What I want more than anything in world is for it to be OK with you for me to feel something again, even if it's pain. You're going against your doctor's recommendation; that's a pretty weighty experiment to take on, don't you think? This is my life, Dad. This is it. I spent 26 years waiting for something else to start, so, no, I don't think it's too much to take because it's everything there is. I see now it's all there is. You and I are going to be OK, you know that, right? We made not be as happy as you always dreamed we would be, but, for the first time let's just allow ourselves to be whatever it is that we are. And that'll be better, OK? I think that'll be better.Garden State movie
Zach Braff, director, writer; Natalie Portman, actorScene: I'm not saying I don't cry, but, in between, I laugh.You laugh, you know, I'm not saying I don't cry, but, in between, I laugh, and I realize how silly it is to take anything too seriously. Plus, I look forward to a good cry. It feels good.Garden State movie
Walter Murch, director; L. Frank Baum, Gill Dennis, Walter Murch, writers; David Shire, music; Fairuza Balk, Nicol Williamson, Jean Marsh, Emma Ridley, actorsScene: Electricity will take those bad dreams from your head, DorothyWould you like to go for a ride, Dorothy? Lie down. I'd like to sit up if I may. What did your aunt tell you? To do what you told me, Miss Wilson. Then lie down. Why do you have to tie me down? So that you don't fall off. I came all the way from the farm in the buggy and didn't fall off. Did I hear somebody scream earlier? No. Hello, Dorothy. How are you? I wish I wasn't tied down. Nothing to worry about. What are those? Oh, when you're ready, we'll just put these over your ears, and pretty soon they'll draw all those unpleasant dreams out of your head. Then, when you wake up, you'll never be bothered by them again. Testing: On, off. Well, I think we're almost ready. Ready? Yes, doctor. (Screaming) Oh, dear. I'll see to that. You check the generator. (More screaming) What's that screaming? They're patients who've been damaged, locked in the cellar.Return to Oz movie
Harold Arlen or George Bassman or George E. Stoll or Robert W. Stringer, musicMarch of the WinkiesOh EE OhThe Wizard of Oz DVD
Walter Lantz, director; Grace Stafford, main voiceGurgle Gurgle GurgleThe Woody Woodpecker Show
Walter Lantz, director; Grace Stafford, Daws Butler, voicesBreakfast, Ketchup, Let It Rain, Sorehead, Skunk, Window jump, Camera, othersFrom two episodes. Hey nurse, bring me my breakfast. Hmm, turkey, ketchup. Let it rain, let it thunder, I'm done with my new home. (Scream) Take it easy, Mac. I just used this trick to get in first. Why, you litte... Last chance to sign, Dooley. Gimmie that! I'm covered, I'm covered! Read the fine print! Either that woodpecker goes, or I go. Good night, little birdy. You're a nice lady. Oh dear, why it's a poor little birdy. Why, you're soaking wet. What is this? I know when I'm licked, but you're going to need evidence. Here, take this camera, and catch me in the act. Ready? Timber! Well, we got of that sawhead, didn't we? Get it? Sawhead? Sorehead?The Woody Woodpecker Show
The Hollywood Edge7 Metal Squeaks; Hinge With Lo...Foley Sound Library, Disk 1
Malcolm XThe Ballot or the Bullet speech
Pink FloydPigs On The Wing Part 1 (Trance)If you didn't careAnimals-Limited Trance Edition
John LennonImagine (Take 1)From the 8-track Imagine sessions, May 1971. Speaking voice "need to be very quiet in the kitchen, please" is engineer Phil McDonald. Alan White, drums; John Barham, harmonium; Klaus Voormann, bass; Nicky Hopkins, electric pianoAnthology - Ascot CD 1 (1998)
John LennonImagine (Unplugged)Unplugged (1997)
John LennonImagine (Remaster)Imagine (Remastered) (2000)
Walt Disney"Walt Disney was a conservationist long before it was fashionable"From a Disney computer CD-ROM. "He insisted that Walt Disney World be environmental conscientious."
NBCNBC News themeNational News Themes from the 80's
Pink FloydUs and Them (Outtake)Chris, could you get me a milk, please? Could you get me a fruit pie and cream, and not a corner piece. I'd like some tea, please. I'd like some pie, and not the crust. One without a crust. Rick, are doing a run-down from D, to the B, before the actual singing starts in the middle 8?A Tree Full Of Secrets (Disc 4) (2000)
Bach; Yo-Yo MaCello Suite 1: 1. PreludeBackwardsBach - 6 Suites for Unaccompanied Cello
Phone callersSpeculating on Woody Woodpecker lineGuesses by callers: 1. Gurgle gurgle gurgle, 2. Google google google , 3. Giggle giggle giggle, 4. Something played backwards, 5. Racial slur, 6. Piddle diddle diddle (expression of happiness), 7. Dude, that is the lamest show I've ever seen, I've just changed the station, man, 8. Giggle gaggle giggle (when you tickle a baby), 9. Ditto ditto (but I'm in the car with the kids)
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