July 14th, 2014

Episode 1 - Angela Dee vs John Murray

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Today’s contestants are:

In this episode!

- Learn the exciting origin story of Angela Dee!
- Find out what Martha Stewart’s niece does for a living!
- Hear Andy and Ramsey threaten to kill their contestants!

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Follow the full tournament with the bracket!

Andy Beckerman and I have been working on a super-fun game show podcast for the last month or so and the first episode is finally here!

It’s called “Snap Impression,” and basically we force funny people to do impressions of celebrities on the spot. There’s three rounds with a winner at the end who moves on in the Season One tournament! (It’s got a March Madness bracket and everything!)

You’re gonna love it. There’s no iTunes link yet, but there will be, so until then you can copy and paste this link into whatever podcatcher you use or click the link above and listen to the first episode! Do it!

Reblogged from Snap Impression
July 12th, 2014

chrisdonahue:

And so it begins. Ramsey Has a Time Machine - Season 2

This is not a good picture of me, but it’s an excellent picture of history in the making.

Reblogged from Chris Donahue
July 11th, 2014
splitsider:

In 1985, Johnny Carson hosted Weird Al in a deeply strange episode of The Tonight Show.


This was super fun to watch and to write.
When Weird Al was on Johnny’s Tonight Show, Carson came back from commercial saying “It’s silly time now.” Then he talked about how he had watched MTV and saw “Eat It” and “Like a Sturgeon.” It was a weird night in Burbank

splitsider:

In 1985, Johnny Carson hosted Weird Al in a deeply strange episode of The Tonight Show.

This was super fun to watch and to write.

When Weird Al was on Johnny’s Tonight Show, Carson came back from commercial saying “It’s silly time now.” Then he talked about how he had watched MTV and saw “Eat It” and “Like a Sturgeon.” It was a weird night in Burbank

Reblogged from Splitsider
July 8th, 2014

thefreecomicstrip:

Miss America 1943

This is one of my favorite dumb comics I made out of many dumb comics.

June 23rd, 2014

Mystery Science Theater Theater

featuring Andy Beckerman

June 11th, 2014

Big Day for Fans of My Voice!

Today, three separate podcasts were released that I was on! Holy moley!

1. Wonderful, Thanks! The podcast I do each week with my pal for life Adam Maid had the lovely and talented Laura Prangley on to discuss the word “sea.” It was super fun, and we made Adam eat salt and guess if it was regular or sea salt. 

That one is here.

2. Little Steps! The great Rekha Shankar had me on her show Little Steps, in which she has great guests on to discuss how they got to where they are and all the little steps it took to get there. You get to here me be a (mostly) serious human being for once in my galdurn life. It was a pleasure to do!

That one is over here.

3. What’s That Racket?! And then I had the distinct pleasure to be a guest on my buddy Chris Donahue’s premiere episode of his new podcast. In it, a guest introduces Chris to an album he’s never heard, so of course I picked Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream,” which I love because I am 12. It’s fun, and you get to hear two boyadults having a deep conversation about Katy Perry’s music.

That’s right here.

Bonus! Beginnings! Last week I appeared on Andy Beckerman’s podcast, and together we discussed how we both don’t believe in ghosts, and really didn’t make any progress in determining if you should. But along the way we do some stupid impressions and I make Andy sing “Unchained Melody” as Bill Cosby, so we were still productive.

That one? Right here.

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Ramsey Ess is a writer and comedian living in Brooklyn. He is a freelancer for late night television, writer of a weekly column about old TV for Splitsider, a podcaster, and improviser. He is also the writer/star of the webseries "Ramsey Has a Time Machine."

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