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1752: That Metal Show

The union guys escorted me down to an office. I thought I was gonna get killed. March 27, 2013

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Show Notes

  • — The Day The Laughter Died: Keith saw Jim Florentine open for Andrew Dice Clay, and Keith took great pleasure in watching Jim's set deteriorate into a profane shouting match with the audience
  • — Dr. Pepper: Jim's most recent CD, 'Awful Jokes From My First Comedy Notebook,' is literally exactly what its title implies
  • — Comedy Metal Midgets: Keith hypothesizes that the music he and Jim enjoy was actually never any good at all
  • — Deathstyle: Keith was sickened by the Metallica documentary Some Kind of Monster
  • — Terrorizing Telemarketers: Jim has a series of albums that document his tomfoolery with telemarketers who call him which led to his casting on Comedy Central's Crank Yankers and working with Eminem
  • — Fired: Jim appeared on The Apprentice, performing stand-up for charity. It did not go well.
  • — Savior Complex: Jim's girlfriend Jade committed suicide 6 years ago and he met his current wife at a concert Jade told him to go to in a dream
  • — Bologna: Jim dated Robin Quivers, Howard Stern's co-host, but doesn't know whether or not she's currently healthy

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Jim Florentine
Jim Florentine
Andrew Dice Clay
Andrew Dice Clay



KISS
KISS
Metallica
Metallica
Metallica?
Metallica?



"St. Anger," by Metallica
"St. Anger," by Metallica

Jim and "Special Ed"
Jim and "Special Ed"
Jim and "Bobby Fletcher"
Jim and "Bobby Fletcher"
Eminem and "Special Ed"
Eminem and "Special Ed"
Jim and Jade
Jim and Jade
Jim with his wife, Samantha, and their son
Jim with his wife, Samantha, and their son
Dionne Warwick
Dionne Warwick
You'd think a psychic wouldn't need a bell
You'd think a psychic wouldn't need a bell
Robin Quivers
Robin Quivers
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