Kermit and his friends welcome us into Kermit's corner, a place where things are often troubled but always entertaining. A live computer radio show that is recorded and put on the internet days/weeks from when it was recorded. Often funny, sometimes awkward and at the very least entertaining. Some would call it a podcast, we call it a TALKSPLOSION!
JOIN KERMIT AND FRIENDS FOR THE NEXT LIVE TAPING
February 20, 2011
21+ | 8:00 PM-11:00 PM | NO COVER CHARGE
STAND UP AND DRINK / KERMIT'S CORNER SUPER SHOW!
We are putting Kermit's Corner and Stand Up and Drink together for a one time wicked awesome event! There is also a special Surly Anniversary party happening at the same time. You would be foolish not to attend this amazing event.
- Kermit's Corner, Episode 6 - February 13, 2011 - Archive Coming Soon
- Kermit's Corner, Episode 5 - January 30, 2011 - Archive Coming Soon
- Kermit's Corner, Episode 4 - January 16, 2011 - Download FREE from iTunes
Kermit and his friends discuss private issues for way too long, then welcome Billy Morrisette of Dillinger Four. They discuss Star Wars, toilets, Dillinger Four, movies, celebrity encounters and perform Cheers inspired fan fiction.
- Kermit's Corner, Episode 3 - January 2, 2011 - Download FREE from iTunes
Kermit and his friends welcome Andy Brynildson, host of the Beat Coffee House's comedy night. The crew grapple with and overcome technical difficulties and perform Full House inspired fan fiction.
- Kermit's Corner, Episode 2 - December 19, 2010 - Download FREE from iTunes
Kermit and his friends welcome Todd Haug from Surly Brewing, discuss a wide variety of subjects and odd tangents. To round off the night, they perform Golden Girls inspired fan fiction.
- Kermit's Corner, Episode 1 - December 5, 2010 - Download FREE from iTunes
Kermit and his friends welcome musician Mark Mallman, while Kermit, Aaron Connor and Good Guy Tom relive their childhood traumas only to entertain you!
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