15F – Documenting the Scene with Jordan Brady

Famed director, sans baseball cap, Jordan Brady

Famed director, sans baseball cap, Jordan Brady

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In-studio notes by Garon Cockrell
Editing and additional notes by Darryl Asher


00 – Still indeed! The door is open and it’s now closed! Eliot’s haircut looks great! Jimmy apologizes for pummeling Eliot’s hair on the last episode.

Matt says it’s like a pack of wolves on a steak.

Eliot is our friend and a human being!

Jimmy officially publicly apologizes to Eliot. It’s always done for humor but this last episode may have gone to 11. Now shut off your mic Eliot!

Jimmy's beef: Uncooperative digital timer

Jimmy’s beef: Uncooperative digital timer

He looks like a handsome guy. He’s got a nice smile until he talks.

Guys talk Pull-ups and American Ninja Warrior. Matt Eiseman is a friend of Jimmy’s!

Matt successfully says Akbar’s name. I can’t even type it.

05 – American Ninja Warrior is just good family fun to watch on TV. Jimmy talks about Battle of the Network Stars.

9/11 Never forget. Jimmy will never forget.

Here is that sports thing Matt was talking about: http://iwilldare.com/2013/09/rock-roll-sports-classic-a-thing-that-happened-on-our-planet/

10 – More 9/11 talk. Someone on twitter knew a guy who knew a guy who was in the towers.

Go to earwolf.com/NNF to vote for your favorite t-shirt design! Vote until 9/25! So far voting is strong!

Jimmy makes a character that always turns into Cajun Jimmy.

We hear a little Lionel Richie Stuck on You – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/tuskegee-deluxe-edition/id509616104?uo=4&at=1l3vqNv

Our guest showed up in Flip Flops. He gets a reaming from Jimmy.

Jimmy's beef: Jordan's flip-flops; Matt's friend Mike, and Matt's accusation that Jimmy doesn't mention his flip-flop disdain as often as he used to

Jimmy’s beef: Jordan’s flip-flops; Matt’s friend Mike, and Matt’s accusation that Jimmy doesn’t mention his flip-flop disdain as often as he used to

singrain15 – Jimmy talks being a musical queer and he and matt talk Singin’ in the Rain.

Eliot happy that Matt and Jordan are getting the business and he isn’t.

20 – Jordan sat in on an early episode of NNF with Andy Daly. Jimmy and Eliot have a debate about what equipment Eliot was letting Andrew use.

More Darius Rucker talk.


Jimmy doesn’t understand the difference between gambling and mugging

Jimmy nails the drummer of Hootie! Collects funds.

25 – Jimmy gives the money back!

More Lionel tracks! They all sound the same.

True or Falses are happening.


Matt reworks Jimmy’s True/False bit right in front of him.

30 – We’re shutting down Lionel and going to break with Easy featuring Willy Nelson!

35 – Welcome back! No blacks no ladies! The door is shut! Welcome to the Players Club!

Jimmy calls cameras cannons.

15 F, 15 Flintstones!!

Jimmy compares me to Renee Zellwegger when im glassesless.

Is she still a sex symbol?

Cuba was great friends with Andrew and Jimmy before he got famous.

40 – Lots of Halloween chat!!

The freshly shorn Eliot Hochberg from Modest Games! He settles on Foghat (which Jimmy did last season). https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/foghat/id4276278?uo=4&at=1l3vqNv

He started with Federline, moved to Flight 93.


45 – True or False Jimmy saw United 93 in Vegas. True or false he was alone. TRUE. Jimmy thought Matt was friends with the Todd guy involved with U93. Matt’s friend in college was roommates with him in college.

Matt offers up a buck if Jimmy can name the director of United 93. He cannot. Paul Greengrass. Jimmy is a fan.


Jordan does a True or False: Paul Greengrass went to Minneapolis to cast the Somali pirates in Captain Philips. TRUE.

There is a big Somali influx to Minneapolis. Matt says it’s because of their fandom of Prince and Paisley Park.

Matt’s initial answer was Filmore, then Fancy, then Fiddle.

Lionel Richie the great negro country artist.

50 – Here is a list of black country singers: http://www.last.fm/user/2Serenity/journal/2007/04/20/b74nw_list_of_some_african_american_country_singers

The artist Jimmy was trying to guess who sang the elvis songs was Ronnie McDowell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronnie_McDowell). It was in the 1979 film Elvis starring Kurt Russell and directed by John Carpenter. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elvis_(1979_film)

55 – Kurt Russell’s dad – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bing_Russell


The Battered Bastards of Baseball – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Battered_Bastards_of_Baseball

Jimmy recently watched Jordan’s documentary I Am Comic. They talk about the doc and resurrecting the career of the comic they followed. Ritch Shydner – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ritch_Shydner

60 – Jimmy talks about getting pulled on stage to mime playing flute for some comic. He doesn’t remember his name but he remembers that he stepped on one of his bits.

Rick Overton – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Overton

Jimmy talks about loving the Federman/Brady show they did. Wayne always thinks jimmy’s busting his balls but he’s not, he really liked it. It was the scene he wanted to be a part of that.

65 – Don’t bring up the lack of shoe Jordan!

Jimmy talks about the opening of the documentary. He also talks about everyone stealing the porn song bit from Jordan 30 years ago. He is the creator of that Bown chika wow wow joke.

70 – Jordan also mentions one of his jokes showing up on Friends.

Jordan’s current wife has a documentary coming out.

Jordan was supposed to be on Pardcastahon 2010 and missed it by oversleeping. (Long time mystery solved!)


75 – Jimmy talks about paying homage to David Letterman at Pardcastathon with LaBamba. It was the Tom Jones bit Letterman did.

Jordan’s wife’s documentary is about ballerinas with Down Syndrome, Free To Be Me Dance Studio. Her documentary is free and accepts donations. FreeToBeMovie.com is where you can find it.

Jimmy and Jordan talk I Am Road Comic where he brings up the porn song bit that Jimmy was wondering about earlier.

Jimmy wishes he could have figured out a time for him to be interviewed for the film. He feels his voice and experience with being a road comic would have been a good addition.

80 – Jordan says when he was younger he wanted to dress like a late 40s black man.

Jimmy feels you can’t be taught funny. You can be taught how to write a joke, but not how to be funny.

Jimmy shows off Sinbad’s daughter’s CD after Jordan starts mentioning his kid’s talents.


Jordan: Willie Nelson wrote Crazy

Willie Nelson Discography – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Nelson_albums_discography

Jimmy said he’s sickened that he forgot to put his flag out. Matt asks if he means pulling out his dick.

85 – Jimmy said that he loved I Am Road Comic. He thought Pete Holmes was a great interview and confirms what Jordan said that he is the heart of the movie.

Jimmy never took advantage of the free food at the clubs. Wayne Federman’s rule was never pay for food. Jimmy doesn’t know why he didn’t want the food at the clubs he just never felt comfortable taking it. Felt like a hand out.

90 – Club red flag for Jimmy – “…and here’s your 2 drink tickets.” He finds that insulting. Jimmy talks about Danielle doing some opening slots for him at shows. Someone came up and said “most of you are dykes right?” Her response: “yeah most of us are.”

Jimmy takes full blame for not appearing in I Am Road Comic. He would have been proud to be in the film.


95 – ASMR chat. Apparently there is a documentary coming out about it. Jordan talks about a weird sensation he has where it feels like he is tilting forward. He calls it euphoric.

Watch I Am Road Comic! http://iamroadcomic.com/ $5 download,

Jordan talks more about the film.

Matt does some Howard Cosell!

We’re done! The Players Club door is closed. See ya next time!

My pleasure,

Garon/The Beast/Mush Mouth Shy Guy/The Notekeeper