Adam Richard - creator/writer/star of Outland
I know I harp on a lot about how much I love doing Talking Poofy and the Poofcast, but it's because it's true! I cannot get enough of those boys (as anyone who had the misfortune to come in contact with us over the weekend can attest, we keep lauhging and carrying on well after the mics are turned off). Poofcast Episode 9 http://feeds.feedburner.com/poofcast is my favourite episode so far.
I'm getting extremely pervy in my old age.
I love recording the Talking Poofy Poofcast. Not just because we have a cackling good time, but sometimes we learn way more than we were expecting. This week we have a very special edition of the Poofcast. We intended to record a short interview with "Dan," a porn star and producer, for Poofcast Episode 5's Carrie Bickmore Experience, but it is such a fascinating area, we decided to devote an entire episode to the interview and the topic of pornography in general.
There's no Michael Caine and no vengeful shark, but our 4th Poofcast is just as misguided as Jaws 4.
If you are faint of heart, you may want to switch off before we talk about lesbian medical issues.
It's online now at the Talking Poofy website.
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You want hot werewolf, you need Joe Mangianello
I hate the empty feeling of knowing your favourite show isn't on anymore. Not that Masterchef was my favourite show, but I will feel hollow without it. Doctor Who is my favourite show, and Materchef has been something of a placebo, keeping me from noticing the loss of my favourite show. Facing the months ahead without a new episode of Doctor Who is depressing in the most painful way. I may be overstating things a little, but I have loved Doctor Who since as long as I can remember. In fact, I think I looked to Tom Baker for guidance on how to behave more than my own father.