« WSJ: Sopranos vs. Desperate Housewives. So what? | Main| DVRing the Oscars »

March 06, 2006

AC#34 Now Available

The Podpourri Edition.

Tug and a very hoarse John kick off a particularly curse-filled episode by drawing a correlation between Logan's Run and growing old in advertising. Tug then utilizes his deep knowledge of a digital watch to police the amount of time the lads spend on a number of subjects including: Curious George (5:50), independent advertising agencies (6:53), fun things to do when you live in Kansas (11:10), the Beastie Boys consumer-generated film (14:34), Alex's big move to Boulder (18:18), and VW as client (23:24). We wrap the show with some cool music from the secret agents over at C.L.I.O. More on that next week.

As Buckwheat (or rather, the Eddie Murphy version) would say, "Take a wisten!"


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference AC#34 Now Available:

» American Copywriter Dishes On CP+B's Boulder Office from Adrants
Just listened to the latest American Copywriter podcast from Sullivan Higdon & Sink's John January and Tug McTighe during which they have some fun with Crispin Porter + Bogusky's latest bit of news. Riffing on the announcement that CP+B... [Read More]


amen about the storytellers comment! the beastie boys are my new dream CD's.
great podcast. and the constant swearing, HOTT (yeah, two T's)

hey wait a minute....is it jsut me, or is that voice on the C.L.I.O. infiltrators tape vaguely familiar????

Nice job gang. You had me at puma.

Odyssey driving, Jack Johnson listening PUSSIES unite! I found myself the target of your rant this show. I do have a brand new honda Odyssey and had just purchased the Curious George soundtrack. The kids love it and we all sing it together in the car. I guess I have totally become the "fat, easy listening suburban puss" Some how that is strangely patriotic...upside down....da da daaadaaa

The comments to this entry are closed.

The Latest Podcast

Ad Age Power 150

As Heard On

Radio Talent Zoo


Audio Comments

Record a comment from your computer right now. Be pithy.


Recent Comments

Podcasting Links

Sites of Note

Talent Zoo Column

Everything I need to know about advertising I learned from Star Wars