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November 23, 2005 (S12) – Suspicious Clowns

BFN Networks presents
The Sound Of You & Me
Season 12
November 23, 2005
Suspicious Clowns
“Hey, Ramos, Make-A-Wish!”

Justin Velander Holt (f/k/a Bob Dubilina)
Chad Wilkens
Psycho Dave

Special Guests:
Vincent Truman, writer/actor/director
Kyle Ramos, writer/actor/cancer victim

In the spirit of giving thanks, Vincent Truman and Kyle Ramos of the hilarious Suspicious Clowns comedy troupe interrupt regularly-scheduled BFN programming to bring forth a bounty of shameless promotion and blatant product placement. Much pandemonium, dated pop culture references and hurt “furlings” ensue.

Recorded live at WUIC, Chicago, IL, USA.

Track List:
Suspicious Clowns / Coming Attractions
Suspicious Clowns / Jihad A Good Time
Suspicious Clowns / Car Star
Suspicious Clowns / Haiku
Suspicious Clowns / Jessie Dregg
Suspicious Clowns / Teddy The Fox
Suspicious Clowns / Midget Party

Interview Time: 58 min:58 sec

Important Web Links:
Suspicious Clowns Official Site

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