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Submitted by Douglas Gale on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 - 11:32am

The website for Delicious Mediocrity launched! You know that, because you are here. Or maybe you didn't know that because someone shared a link to the site on Facebook and this is the content it pulled in.

Anyway! Here it is. It's missing past episodes. I'll get to them. Those are the shitty episodes anyway, so don't worry about it. All the best episodes are listed.

The logo is just something I whipped up in Photoshop in five minutes. It's not even our own logo. Don't get used to it.

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Friday, December 24, 2010 - 7:31pm

Due to circumstances well within our control, we lost the episode recorded with Hari Kondabolu.

It was fun. We talked about comedy. We heard Hari's story about his show at the Underground.

The best part was the Weezer acapella closing song.

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Monday, December 20, 2010 - 12:16am

This week we welcome two old friends, Daniel Carroll and Emmett Montgomery, to the show for the very first time! We talk about why comedians love booze, the ethics behind talking s**t about other comedians, NY comedy shows, higher education, Pete "Street Fighter" Tran, and soooo much more. Enjoy!

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Sunday, December 12, 2010 - 11:30am

This week we got two of Seattle's most talented young comedians, Yogi Paliwal and David T.V. We discuss the ethics of making fun of foreign countries, Dan Brown novels, Samoan wrestlers, open-mic stories, racist encounters, and the effect of internet pornography on today's youth. Enjoy!

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Sunday, December 5, 2010 - 10:21pm

This week features the reluctant return of Seattle stand up comedian, Solomon Georgio! Of course, we discuss the debauchery that happened on the show last time Solomon was a guest. Solomon tells us about some of his most memorable strip club visits, where we all discover "Sharky's Strip Club". We also get a fascinating glimpse into Solomon's relationship with his mother. Plus, Doug introduces a new segment entitled, Auto-Correct the Drunk. Enjoy!