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Submitted by Douglas Gale on Sunday, November 28, 2010 - 2:48pm

This week we have stand up comedians Drake Witham and Elicia Sanchez on the podcast. Drake has been on Live at Gotham and is a former winner of the Seattle Comedy Competition. Elicia is the host of our sister podcast, The Enematic Cinematic. We talk about bad/cult movies, weddings, singer/songwriter Meatloaf, with mildly inappropriate/offensive comments made in between. Sorry. Enjoy!

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 11:22pm

For this episode, we planned on talking to someone else. I don't remember who. It doesn't really matter does it? Who ever it was canceled at the last minute.

Thankfully, we have lots of comic friends who tend to be home in the afternoon. So we called Lizzy Pilcher. Huzzah for Lizzy! We talk about her move from Seattle to L.A., cockroaches, comedy competitions, and stool humping guitar comics. Enjoy!

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Saturday, November 6, 2010 - 11:51pm

This episode marks a new era in Delicious Mediocrity! We are now down to two just hosts, Derek and Doug, and we think the podcast is better for it.

Stand-up Comedians Jesse Case and Auggie Smith join us this week to discuss a vast array of topics. Jesse talks about his life in L.A., Auggie contemplates what it means to be a successful stand-up comedian, conspiracy theories are debated, legal questions are answered, Derek tells a strip club story, and we find out that Jesse might be gay. Enjoy!

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Sunday, October 31, 2010 - 9:16am

Back to basics! With Adam Smith moving to L.A. next month we thought it would be good to just sit down and have a chat between the three of us. We get into a deep conversation about recording music and comedy. Doug and Derek talk a little bit about Seattle's late Rock N' roll Comedy Show. Doug finally explains to us what the hell Shower Art is. And Derek tells another amazing story about getting pulled over by the California State Highway Patrol. Enjoy!

Submitted by Douglas Gale on Saturday, October 23, 2010 - 4:00pm

This is the second half of our extended interview with Rick Shapiro. Rick talks to us about how he got started in comedy, which leads him into sharing with us his past as a mob errand boy, and his times as a male prostitute. Plus, it wouldn't be an episode of Delicious Mediocrity if we didn't discuss the Tea Party movement. A truly insightful, and hilarious, end to our interview with Rick Shapiro. Enjoy!