The Bicoastal Hootenanny 0023: “James ‘The Godfather of Drôle’ Brown”

Nate has a dilemma. He asks for Adam’s help. But seeing as how Nate’s dilemma involves his mom, Adam’s mind is…elsewhere, and thus he is of little help.

And thus begins episode 23 of The Bicoastal Hootenanny Starring Nate and Adam. This past week, Adam attended a free Leon Russell concert in Brooklyn and dazzles us with his experiences there- including a dead-on impersonation of the singer’s cover of “Georgia on My Mind.”

The Godfather of Drôle
The Godfather of Drôle

The boys step into “JD’s Office” where they meet Baton Rougean and comedian extraordinaire James “The Godfather of Drôle” Brown.  Man of Steel and Pacific Rim are the current hits that James brings to the table, while Nate extolls the virtues of AMC‘s hit series The Killing and Adam brings us back in time with the Chris Farley/Matthew Perry (¢) vehicle Almost Heroes.

“The Probe” starts off with some innocent little foreplay as Nate discusses a bus driver who was caught with his pants down, before going in and getting dirty with discussions on the George Zimmerman acquittal that has Facebook and Twitter atwitter, while lawyers shake their heads and say “duh.” A philosophical discussion ensues between Nate and James, while Adam tries to figure out what the hell he’s trying to say.

Adam “Tootnanny” Wilson gives us but a little taste of his “Balls” this week, a tease of his upcoming discussion about the NBA’s 67th birthday.

Stay tuned this week, as The Bicoastal Hootenanny presents the first-ever “Tootnanny Tuesdays,” right here on The Red Shtick.

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Show credits:

Director:  Nathan Frizzell
Producer:  Adam Wilson
Executive Producer:  Jeremy White
Announcer:  Emily Ann Hyndman