What do pyramid schemes, porno dreams, and balancing beams have in common? Nothing, unless you’re Not Mr. White. On episode 20 of Tribulations of Not Mr. White the listeners spend an entertaining, introspective Earth Day at home with our beloved host.
What is love? Not Mr White may never know (again). In Episode 17 of Tribulations of Not Mr White we welcome comedian Ian Fidance whom you’ve seen all over (Gotham Comedy Club, Caroline’s on Broadway, etc..) and heard on Sirius XM’s Comedy Central station (Bennington, You Up? W/ Nikki Glaser, etc…), AND his own podcast, Ian Fidance’s Wild World. The fellas talk relationships, love, and sex toys, of course.
We cap the episode by digging into the controversy surrounding the winner of the Be Brain’s Buddy contest, the porn expo in Chicago, and the sad truth that sometimes we must disappoint our friends.
On this episode we hear the second half of the Wilson Gil interview. More talk about Gil's experiences picking up the deceased and also his time on stage playing with his band, The D Tease. Casey talks to Speech Impediment Man about fucked up April Fool's jokes. Finally, a review of another sex toy from TooTimid.com
A provocateur, a podcast host, and a pile of sex toys walk into a bar…. Wait, what?!? In this week’s episode of Tribulations of Not Mr. White, our beloved host interviews provocateur and frontman for glam/punk band The DTease, Wilson Gil. In Part I of this interview, the duo talks about being a rockstar, sex, and Wilson’s side gig which involves the removal of dead bodies. Yeah, it gets weird. We cap the episode with a review of a sex toy from sponsor TooTimid.com, which includes phone sex with one of Not Mr. White’s ex-girlfriends. Yes, things get weird again
Tribulations of Not Mr White revisits several past episodes/guests, including two we haven’t heard from since the first episode: Not Mr White’s father and High Pitch Erik of Howard Stern Show fame. One of these guests reveals an embarrassing family secret and the other threatens to stab our beloved host. You’ll have to listen to the entire episode to find out who does what.
If Russell Simmons and Whitney Cummings had a kid, it could only hope to be as black and/or funny as poet/comedian Russell Cummings. In this week’s episode of Tribulations of Not Mr. White, Russell Cummings teaches our beloved host what it means to be WOKE — A truly eye opening interview that discusses Black History Month, rednecks, and the future we are preparing our children to face. We cap the episode with Bostonian comedian Hawk Innes discussing prejudice towards animals.
In 1899, psychoanalyst Sigmond Freud introduced the world to his theory of dream interpretation with a text called The Interpretation of Dreams. How did he come up with that title?
The world may ever know.Fast-forward nearly 120 years to Sunday, February 26th, 2018 at 4:15am when our beloved host springs awake from a dream unlike any he has ever experienced. Rather than run from the unknown, Not Mr White decides to have his dream analyzed by renowned Doctor of Psychology, Dr. Stacie Markwardt.In the first episode that Not Mr White has considered NOT airing, we learn that sometimes we don’t know ourselves as well as we think we do.