Jun 25, 2013
In this episode, Tim and Jelly go real artsy fartsy--literally. This could be their most poopular show to date. Tim & Jelly chat with multi-media DC artists, Gregg Deal and Joseph Archer Hale whose duo-show, Misappropriations, opens at The Dunes on July 5th. Included in this conversation is Deidree (Dee) Bennett, the Director of Fine Arts at The Dunes. We soon discover Dee's sexy art voice delivers insight on the DC art scene better than a UPS driver from a Skinamax flick. Gregg and Joe face the pressures of saving the world through their art with incredible courage. And you have to listen to find out who wins the better minority contest!
The gang is soon joined by yet, another guest! Mr. Van Der Poot, a big-time art collector who to everyone's surprise, hangs artwork in public rest-rooms, including highway rest stops. Arguably, an overlooked opportunity for a captive audience. This launches a lively debate on whether or not an artist should sell to Mr. Poot and everyone has an opinion. Mr. Poot believes the amount of urine splash picked up by black light indicates the impact of the artwork on the viewer. Certainly something to think about. He also claims that the artwork will inspire vandals to scrawl better on the bathroom walls. Keep an open mind and flush out your own opinions.
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Artwork pictured above left by Gregg Deal
Artwork pictured above right by Joseph Asher Hale
**Special thanks to improviser, Tice Rust, for playing Van Der Poot. **
Jun 18, 2013
Tim & Jelly are still reeling from their interview with internationally recognized DC based artist, Scott G. Brooks. Don't forget the G! Scott describes himself as a figurative artist but that word is way too boring to describe the distorted reality, human oddities and arresting images he paints. Tim and Jelly learn a lot about life as an accomplished artist, models (they are tricky), the problem with answering the question, "What is this painting about?" and how a bad ass Smokey The Bear ended up in a flat file.
Jim De'Muse joins the second half of the show. He contacted Jelly claiming to be represented in several of Scott's paintings. It turns out Jim is paranoid and Scott is really nice. They both hang out at The Satellite Room in DC. Weird.
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Special thanks to Jon Menaster from Hand Poured Sketch for playing Jim De'Muse.
More special thanks to our charmingly tipsy and super talented co-producer and writer, Alexis Turrentine.
Jun 12, 2013
In this episode....Tim, Jelly and their producer, Alexis Turrentine try to manage a studio full of unruly guests. Tim and Jelly interview Desmond Ratchett, infamous for impregnating 11 women with a whopping 30 children. He only pays $1.50 per month in child support! The women and children join the show and even more pregnancies occur. Adele makes a surprise appearance and The NSA is even involved. Enjoy another unfortunately, unforgettable episode of The JellyVision Show!
Jun 4, 2013
Tim and Jelly chat with improviser and multi-festival founder, Michael McFarland about improv and his upcoming variety show, The McFarland Family Variety Hour which is Wed. June 5th at 7:30pm at the DCAC. Get your tickets today before it sells out! Michael is the founder of Duofest (June 6th-9th!), the Philly Improv Festival, the NYC Improv Festival and the Bad Theater Festival. He is clearly the king of festivals. You can also see Michael perform with Love Onion, a WITT Harold team all around DC.
Michael may be the King of Festivals, but Tim & Jelly are the Supreme Beings of Surprises. Enter long lost Great, Great Aunt, Pearl McFarland who disappeared under mysterious circumstances 40 years ago. It turns out their was some bad blood between her and Big Nanna Mae McFarland and it all had to do with money. After leaving the family dressed as a man, Pearl set off for Vegas where she became Pearly Whites. She eventually married and is now Pearl Havarti--Life of the Party.
Pearl in her younger years: