Due to popular demand, WFME has now combined all our podcasts into one helpful, easy-on-the-eyes page. From here you can just stare at them, or if you’re feeling brave you can click on them to listen. As always, if you’d like to subscribe to the WFME Podcast via iTunes, just click to subscribe.
The WFME Podcasts
Ba-Do-Ba-Do: When AT&T calls (again) to set Morrisâ€™ business up with new service, I answer instead â€” breaking out the worst accent ever and becoming somewhat obsessed with the â€œba-do-ba-doâ€ music that accompanies my long distance calling process. Listen to it here. (4/13/07)
Ham: Pacific Monarch calls to offer me glorious prizes (including $100,000) but the convo turns to discussing the time I sent my friend Jim a bunch of ham instead. Pacific Monarch isn’t giving away ham, but they’re interested nonetheless. Listen to it here. (2/23/07)
Four Hour: AT&T calls “Morris” to re-establish service for his business, unaware that I am neither Morris nor do I own the “Fro-Yo Shack.” And when the classic Who’s On First bit devolves into a phone call about their “four hour phone plan” — hilarity ensues. Listen to it here. (11/8/06)
Hundred Grand: I get a call telling me I’ve just won $100,000 in cold hard cash. Sort of. It appears as if there are a few tiny little details I need to know about first which I just can’t seem to quite understand. God help the solicitor’s soul. Listen to it here. (9/13/06)
AMEX: It seems that American Express wants to speak to the owner or financial decision maker. Only problem? All of my twelve multiple-personalities don’t know the difference between owner and decision maker. Listen to it here.
Airlines: With all my recent air travel, it has come to my attention that these wonderfully human automated phone servants still suck the big one. And that’s even if you speak like a robot. Listen to it here.
Intro: Having come to a turning point in podcasting, I use this new audio opportunity to debate between a slew of new podcast intros and try to decide which one is worthy. This is a historical podcast since it foreshadowed things to come. You can listen to it here. (5/21/06)
Dhoug: Sometimes it’s worthwhile to test the system. Yours truly gives our friendly neighborhood 411-Information a call in an attempt to find the number for John Williams, who happens to live in Dog, California. Not that there’s anything wrong with living in Dog. Listen to it here. (3/15/06)
Gibberish: When a wrong number caller who doesn’t speak English seems determined to have a conversation with yours truly, I try to learn their native language as fast as I possibly can despite speaking any language but English. Listen to it here.
Jubilee: When another solicitor tries to hookwink me into giving over my bank account routing number, I instead become obsessed with the word Jubilee instead. It’s another six-minute one, but the pay-off in the last minute is worth its weight in good-time gold. (1/3/06)
Joe Jackson: A “California-based” phone solicitor named Joe Jackson wants to give me $500 for a shopping spree but the “drums” are distracting. They won’t admit to the drums, of course. But they’re there. Don’t worry, I’ll get to the bottom of it. Listen to it here. (12/2/05)
Disasters: The LA County Health Department gives Pauly a survey about terrorism and natural disasters. Unfortunately, Pauly can’t seem to follow any of the survey rules, frustrating the survey-giver. Can you blame a guy for wanting to poison the water? Listen to it here. (10/4/05)
Soybean: LA’s Daily News calls Pauly to get him to switch to their paper, but they never expected to get dragged into a soy-bean debate, the likes of which no one has ever seen. Yes, their paper is made out of soy beans. Go figure. Listen to it here. (9/17/05)
Grunt: As WFME’s second-only podcast ever, Pauly offers up some audio help to those people listening to podcasts at the gym: a work-out podcast where the big P walks you through a quick aerobic workout that will have you laughing more than sweating. Listen to it here. (8/7/05)
Cough: The Premiere WFME Podcast before it really found its footing. Instead of the typical recorded calls, this podcast does its best to skewer this new fad (at the time) simply called ‘podcasting.’ And the world would never be the same. Listen to it here. (7/26/05)