I wrote a TCGS-themed love song!
EVERYONE STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING.
INTERN PAIGE JUST KNOCKED. IT. OUT. OF. THE. PARK.
Guys, seriously. Guys.
Oh man, wow! Paige (one of our TCGS interns) wrote a TCGS-themed love song and it really put me in a good mood.
It’s a huge amount of work to put on this show every week and it takes a whole-hearted effort by dozens and dozens of people to pull off even our least memorable episodes. When members of the community create stuff like this it really puts gas in the tank.
"You must be 40-year-old Goosey; when I’m with you time slows down."
Del Harris Marathon, Zog Sports Manhattan Basketball Champions Spring 2013. Overtime victory in final game of a three game series against rivals the 4Skins.
(Not pictured: Shannon O’Neill, Anthony Apruzzese, Joe Cozzo)
TCGS #91 - We Will Predict Your FutureAmy Poehler helps us predict the future. We use fortune cookies, tarot cards, magic eight balls, and our own intuition to determine what will happen to our callers. We get a visit from Connor Ratliff. Phil Jackson performs poetry. The Human Wishing Well spins slowly. We also get crazy with the music of Zs and learn that we are genuinely good at predicting the future.
Few guests have been as pleasant and fun to have on the show as Amy Poehler.
TCGS #90 - Who Needs A Haircut!?
Special guest Zach Galifianakis joins us in studio to give haircuts to strangers. We take calls, cut hair, yell at teenagers, have buzz cut races, and then dance to the music of Wojcik.
It’s our first night back at our home studio, and we break it in with one hell of an episode.
First episode back at the 59th Street studio and we have Zach Galifianakis cutting the hair of strangers. This is one of my favorites.
Take a tour of Chris Gethard’s New Jersey. There’s a WA-TER-FALL!!!!
Gethard and I made a mini-doc about Paterson, NJ and we got to shoot slo-mo shots of a waterfall. We shot this on the coldest day of the year.
Our friend Naomi wrote to our blog awhile back with a very sweet message about how she wanted to quote Chris in her high school year book.
A few days later, disaster struck:
Devastating news. I found out today the woman in charge of yearbook quotes will NOT accept “Lose well.” because I was dumb enough to write that post explaining your name. I might be forced to go with “Anonymous” instead, but that feels so wrong. I need help! What should I do?
Gethard and IFC took a trip to take care of business.
TCGS #83 - First Times
First time callers, first time foods, first time experiences, and first time giant life moments: this episode has all of the firsts. With special guest Aidy Bryant and a cornucopia of bizarre stories and calls, we make these first times count. This is also the first and hopefully not last time we have musical guest Aleister X on the show to get everyone dancing. This is also the first time we’ve had to end an episode 14 minutes early.
Don’t put off watching this one. Check out an ending so great, we shut down the god damn show 14 minutes early.
I’m willing to pit this episode against anything else you see on TV in 2013.
I L O V E T H I S.
I love these people.
I was waiting for this episode forever! checking online every few hours like a loon… and it was well worth the wait (❤)
TEARS OF JOY!
Best Harlem episode to date. Come to enjoy the first 44 minutes, stay to get emotional during the last 4.
Chris Gethard spooning with Eddie Pepitone? Oh, just another day of SXSW interviews out at Chris Gethard’s trailer retreat in Austin.
This is one of the pieces I love the most out of everything we made at SXSW. They had the most genuine comfortable conversation while together on that hammock. I love it.
Here is the first interview piece @ChrisGethard and I made for IFC at SXSW with Josh Duhamel and Dan Fogler. We had them try to drink out of cacti and they were overwhelmed by the animals surrounding our set.