We wrap up The Big Wakeup Call for 2020 with our End of the Year Spectacular Special Show, featuring our trademark wacky, zany, and madcap humor. And, as a special bonus feature to help make the last few days of 2020 a little more tolerable, we have added some “off-the-wall” humor as well! Frankly, it’s my second-favorite type of humor after “madcap.” We should have added that a lot sooner.
Also, I’m joined by some of our favorite guests over the past year (and past history) of the show, Scott Aukerman from “Comedy Bang Bang,” playwright, humorist, comedian and author Dylan Brody, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan from “Go Fug Yourself”, kids music superstar Laurie Berkner, host of the “Nothing Much Happens” podcast Kathryn Nicolai, and of course Bill McCormick from the World News Center.
Thanks to everyone who listened and who appeared on the show in 2020. I hope we helped you pass the time with a giggle or two.
I think you’ll enjoy the entire program if you happen to like whatever is we do, but should you prefer to hear the individual interviews, here they are:
It’s the end of another year of The Big Wakeup Call! We close out the radio year and take a look back at 2019 with our special guests Scott Aukerman, David Wain, Dylan Brody, Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan, Bill McCormick, and a special musical performance from Laurie Berkner!
The Big Wakeup Call’s 2019 End-of-the-Year show is sponsored by Hotel 99, Same Day Mattress, Dayquil, and Dollar Health Club.
Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan joined the BWUC Five Timers’ Club when they called in for a chat about Sunday Night’s Oscar ceremony, including the best and worst dressed, any indicators of future fashion trends, who was the most surprisingly dressed, and Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper revisited. Once I get the presses running again in my basement, they’ll get the official 5-timers commemorative t-shirt and certificate of achievement (suitable for framing).
Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan from Go Fug Yourself joined The Big Wakeup Call’s 3 Timers Club when they called in to share their thoughts on the 2018 Met Gala. We debated the proper way to pronounce “Gala,”pronunciations, potential damnations to eternal hellfire, syllabic flow, and of course their most favorite and most fugly costumes.