This is an unofficial, fan creation; I am not associated in any official way with the Harmontown podcast. I just make MP3s from the episodes, including all the Shadowrun and D&D segments and whatever else I think is worth adding. Updates shortly after each episode.
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Part 2 - An elf with mob problems needs help rescuing his kidnapped son.
The Shadowrunners formulate a plan to lure a possible informant out of a fast food restaurant. Mercy focuses really hard on her objective. (Audience member Julia plays Mercy O'Donnell.)
After their latest "successful" mission, the Shadowrunners hang out at a bar. (Audience member Celia plays Mercy O'Donnell.)
Part 1 - The Shadowrunners take on a job related to a new type of BTL chip.
The crew finally encounters Baldwin Brown and attempts to capture him. (Special guest Chris McKenna plays Doctor Friend. This episode was recorded live at SXSW with a lot of ambient crowd noise from a nearby bar.)
The group arrives at Baldwin Brown's location, a building in a run-down neighborhood. People forget to turn off speakerphone. Eve fails to destroy a penetrable barrier. The building "guardian"? mistakes Jim Nightblade and Co. for her ne'er do well son and his friends. (Back by popular demand, special Guest Curtis Armstrong again plays Kumail's character, Doctor Friend. Audience member Jenn fills in for an ailing Erin McGathy.)
The Shadowrunners try to make the best of the meetup, turning over the truckload of BTL chips to cover up for their current failure to accomplish their main objective. (Special Guest Curtis Armstrong plays Kumail's character, Doctor Friend.)
The group finds some secret doors but no Baldwin Brown. Mercy and Jim interrogate junkies. Dan and Jeff close the show with yet another song featuring MC John. (Audience member/actor Meg Ryan—no, not THAT Meg Ryan—doesn't have a Norweigan accent in her repertoire so she fills in for DeMorge with a German accent. Kumail is still absent.)
After Dan introduces the segment, the team prepares to attack when Doctor Friend ruins the stealth approach with three tear gas grenades. Eve "summons" a spirit of "noxious gas." (Kumail is absent again so guest Greg Proops plays Hypocrates/Doctor Friend in addition to his out of phase return cameo as Tylenol with Codeine.)
The Shadowrunners receive instructions for their new job—to capture a software engineer and as many BTL (Better Than Life) chips as they can—and begin to infiltrate the targeted warehouse. (Kumail is absent)
Part 0 - Dan decides to put the D&D campaign on hiatus in favor of Shadowrun.
Jeff introduces his character.
Everybody introduces their characters. (Jeff is gone again so guest David Cross fills the extra time by making a bunch of stuff up.)
Spencer introduces everyone to the Shadowrun world. Jeff, Erin, Dan and DeMorge Brown create characters.
⋮ Part 13 - The group looks to put the drama of Rosebook behind them.
The rhino skins and cloaks of resistance are no match for the frigid temparatures so the adventurer seek better protection from the elements. (Jeff is still absent but nobody plays Quark this time.)
Confronted by Yrch's revenge-seeking fellow gnolls Doublehand and Onious, Sharpie halfheartedly attempts to avoid a battle over the Blood Magic book (and Yrch's death). (Guest comptroller Dino Stamatopolous plays Quark, audience members Jenny and Greg play Dignity and Chris de Burgh. Spencer is really drunk. Live organ accopmaniment is provided by Music Box's house organist Dennis Scott.)
In the icy climate surrounding Fornheim, the group seeks clothing to combat the elements. (Guest comptroller Duncan Trussel plays Quark, guest Joel McHale plays Chris de Burgh, and audience member Danielle plays Dignity.)
Lil' Baskins leads the adventurers through a perilous shortcut. (Harmontown producer Dustin Marshall plays Quark and audience member Nick plays Chris de Burgh.)
The adventurers begin to suspect their new guide is hiding something. (Guest comptroller LeVar Burton plays Quark and audience member Vanessa plays Chris de Burgh.)
Sharpie makes his move. In search of an ally against Admiral Darkstar, the group decides to head back to the land of the Frost Giants. (Guest comptroller Steve Agee plays Quark and audience member Matt plays Chris de Burgh.)
The group backtracks after their awkward encounter with Charles. (Guest comptroller Gilbert Gottfried plays Chris de Burgh and audience members Jasiri and Rory play Dignity Sarsgard and Quark.)
Sharpie decides it's time to get out of Rosebook and move on. (Guest comptroller Bobcat Goldthwait plays Quark and audience members Jane and Jillian play Chris de Burgh and Dignity Sarsgard.)
After defeating Father Tinder, the group tries to figure out what's going on. (Guest comptroller Dino Stamatopoulos and audience member/18th-birthday-girl Kaylene play Quark and Chris de Burgh. The D&D segment kind of just ends.)
◊ Part 12 - Sharpie seeks to return to his homeland but the group become embroiled by intrigue in a small town called Rosebook.
The adventurers work together to battle Father Tinder's ultimate form. (Audience members McKenna and Seth play Chris de Burgh and Quark.)
Using his skills of persuasion, Chris de Burgh penetrates their foe's deception revealing that he is not really Spizzbulb but an imposter. (Guest comptroller Ryan Ridley plays Quark, Dave Horwitz plays Chris de Burgh, and Scottish audience member Paula plays Dignity Sarsgard.)
While breaking into Father Tinder's home, Quark and Chris witness a small figure fleeing after attempting to murder the town's leader. Sharpie gives chase and comes upon a grisly scene at the Dharmvonn household. (I cut out a few minutes about an improv buddy from Milwaukee. Willy Roberts plays Chris de Burgh, Rob Schrab assistant DMs.)
The adventurers split up to investigate the odd goings on of Rosebook and then meet at Spizzbulb's for drinks. Chris suspects everybody. (DeMorge Brown plays Dignity Sarsgard as President Obama and Abed Gheith plays Chris de Burgh.)
Sharpie is suspicious of the juice that Father Tinder gives to everyone in the town. (Sophomore audience member Molly fills in for Erin as Desti...Dignity Sarsgard.)
Mourning the death of their elven companion, the adventurers enter Rosebook and encounter an over-enthusiastic paladin inside while a familiar foe menaces the town from outside. (International audience members Levi and Pietro play Avenger and Chris de Burgh.)
The group approaches the town of Rosebook while Sharpie gets off on plot points.
After taking turns abusing the robot baby, our adventures pause to consider their path in life. (Audience member Stephanie plays Mulraine.)
The group is torn over whether or not to approach a nearby dragon. (Game Corner winner Morgan plays Chris De Burgh and DeMorge Brown plays Tylenol with Codeine. Also I cut out about 5 minutes of DeMorge's spot-on Obama impression.)
The heroes are rescued and whisked away by their effusive equine acquaitance, Tylenol with Codeine.
∃ Part 11 - Chris deBurgh is cured and the group seeks purpose in existence as their alignment wavers between good and evil.
The group tries to escape from the gnome city of Martigan's. (Brazilian audience member Helder ostensibly plays Mulraine but doesn't get much of a chance to act. I also cut out a few minutes of Hodor talk.)
Sharpie decides not to rob the timid gnomes but is interrupted by a gang of posers. (Audience members Eric and Laura play Chris De Burgh and Mulraine.)
The group changes its mind again and decides to run, but the floating isle has slowly begun to fall from the sky. (In Jeff's absence, guest comptroller Kumail plays Quark and audience volunteer Mark plays Chris De Burgh.)
The heroes turn to face Yomiji, who is now possessed by the spirit of Admiral Darkstar. (In Kumail's absence, Chris De Burgh is played by Colin the sleepy canyoneer.)
The adventurers finally get their hands on some Tarragon of Virtue and force feed it to Chris de Burgh. (I cut out several minutes where they talk about the joke Quark told. Guest DeMorge Brown plays Mulraine.)
∉ Part 10 - After defeating Admiral Darkstar and destrying his Black Keep, the adventurers plummet to a realm inhabited by undead skeletons. Chris de Burgh is possessed.
The trio follows Flizzdam to a secret society also searching for the Isle of Paradise. (I just had to leave in the bit at the start but I did cut out a discussion about how gross and sweaty they are.)
Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine escape the cigarette museum by way of the portal/bucket and meet an overly patient and accommodating gnome. (Sorry about the ending. It really is that abrupt. Also, I cut out a minute or two where they talk about dolphins.)
Even without Mulraine's help, the guys manage to find a gnome who claims to be able to lift their soul curse. For a price. (Erin is absent. Also, there's a pretty amazing callback to "1.1 - Dark Side of the Moon.")
The gang looks for a way out of their pact with the bone sages.
Our heroes try to escape the underworld, but it's a long way up a ladder that makes you hallucinate your fears. (Harmontown director Neil Berkeley plays Chris de Burgh. This episode was recorded at SXSW in Austin, TX before the premier of Harmontown, the documentary.)
It turns out Mulraine used to date Marsh Minotaur so she relives their first date in a flashback while leading the way to the Flea Market Hills.
The court-appointed attorney mounts a defense. (Guest Matt Gourley plays Special Defendant, nobody plays Mulraine.)
Tor, Mod and Tor begin the rites of Telum Varna while our heroes employ various strategies to escape. (Guest Joel Hodgson plays Chris de Burgh.)
Stuff finally happens. They make it to Tor Mod Tor and consult with the bone sages about where to find the Tarragon of Virtue.
Let's face it, it's just Breffy all over again. If Laan-ev knows what's good for him he won't let Quark sneak up behind him. (Guest Comptroller Mitch Hurwitz plays Quark and Rob Schrab plays Mulraine.)
Laan-ev the rebel tries to lead our heroes to the bone sages of Tor Mod Tor in order to find the Tarragon of Virtue so that they can exorcise Chris de Burgh but Sharpie takes offense and they end up getting nowhere, conversationally, geographically, and narratively.
At the bottom of the icy abyss, the group is met by a rebel without a gender.
† Part 9 - The group assaults the stronghold of Admiral Darkstar.
The adventurers land safely and the Black Keep collapses into an icy abyss. But something is up with Chris. Like, maybe he's compensating for something. (Mitch Hurwitz plays Avenger and Harris Wittels plays Mulraine. If you want the background on the Father rage bit listen to Harris' Phish story at 86:30-89:00.)
After defeating the golem nobody is quite sure what to do. (Duncan Trussell plays Chris de Burgh and Rob Schrab plays Mulraine.)
Sharpie and Avenger attack the robot golem from within while Quark, Mulraine and Chris de Burgh battle from the outside. (Sharpie's hawk Avenger is played by special guest Mitch Hurwitz.)
Our heroes struggle against a giant robot hand and a testy dungeonmaster in the wake of the anticlimax of the Admiral Darkstar battle. (Just before D & D, Erin played a recording of Dan snoring and talking in his sleep.)
Sharpie is conflicted about how to deal with an obviously defeated Admiral Darkstar. (Audience member Ian plays Mulraine.)
Admiral Darkstar orders his dark minions to attack the group but is at a loss upon discovering only one out-of-shape and rather queasy follower remains. A tepid battle ensues. Jeff make an epic pun. Dan raps about...well, you know. (Audience member Ian plays Chris de Burgh.)
Nondescriptly passing through the opening at the top of what can now only be described as "the lava room", our heroes find a gruesome scene of bloody dismemberment. Their erstwhile gnoll companion enters the room and greets them, but something's not right... (Nobody plays Mulraine, Beefsteak Bil plays Chris de Burgh.)
Breffy continues to attack with robot spider minions and multicolored eyes. Sharpie responds with terrible puns. (Juliet plays Mulraine, Tyler plays Chris de Burgh.)
Robo-Breffy attacks. They attack Robo-Breffy. Rob and Erin do their best to keep anything from progressing. (As guest comptroller, Erin plays Quark, Rob Schrab plays Chris de Burgh, and audience member Leah plays Mulraine.)
In a lightning D&D round they climb around on chains. (Emily, Kumail's wife, plays Mulraine. Also, I hacked up the beginning pretty good where some discussion bled over from the rest of the episode.)
Our heroes ascend an unnaturally warm stairwell and enter a sweltering room with a treasure chest and three massive stone lions. (Rob Schrab plays Quark and the newly rechristened Beefsteak Bil plays Chris de Burgh.)
The group encounters a suspicious, arrogant, unfriendly, and really just all around off-putting paladin bent on defeating Admiral Darkstar.
Dan's attempt at total character immersion fails immediately and often as our heroes advance through the alternately dangerous and delicious obstacles of Admiral Darkstar's black keep. (First time audience member (and Erin's dream guy) Andrew plays Chris de Burgh.)
Everybody doubts their ability. Sharpie kicks stuff. (Sorry for the abrupt end on this one but that really was the end of the D&D for the episode. I cut out a few minutes where they obsess about the difference between self-deprecation and fishing for compliments. Tyler again plays Chris de Burgh.)
The adventurers advance through the gate only to be imprisoned in an icy dungeon by Admiral Darkstar. (I cut out a few minutes where they revisit one of Dan's pet peeves from earlier in the show. Audience members Tyler and Lisette play Chris de Burgh and Mulraine.)
Yrch reappears and directs the group to Admiral Darkstar's keep where they are attacked by several demons and a gigantic ogre. (Kumail is absent so Tyler plays Chris de Burgh.)
∗ Part 8 - The heroes seek aid and answers in the icy city of Fornheim.
The group leaves Fornheim with their skeletons and, since Erin isn't there to play Mulraine, the guys decide to put on a show.
Sharpie dies and the group falls apart. For reals. Don't make a big thing of it.
After dispatching the skeletons, the group is welcomed into Fornheim where they seek out the leader to ask for assistance.
Our heroes are attacked by freezing skeletons as they cross a large icy bridge that leads to Fornheim.
′ Part 7 - The adventurers return to their home dimension only to find the Buttsalot clan overrun by Admiral Darkstar's minions.
Sharpie and Quark finish off the rest of the demons in the Yellow tent and free Sharpie's father. Mango explains that the region has been overrun by Admiral Darkstar's forces. (Erin and Kumail are absent so Dan and Jeff kick it old school as a duo.)
The group is joined by frienemy Slab Squatthrust, who was held captive by the demons, and fails to effect a non-conflict resolution with a large flaming demon. Quark tests and regrets his pact with Mulraine. (Roy, from D&D episode 5.1 reprises his role of Slab Squatthrust.)
Teamwork abounds as our heroes battle the demonic enemies and set free the slaves. Adam and Kumail work out some issues. (As comptroller, Erin plays Quark. In a resurgence of popularity, Adam Godlberg plays Mulraine.)
The group notices that the Buttsalot encampment is not as they remembered it and cautiously explore and sort of attack some dudes. (I cut out some tangents in this one. In Kumail's absence, Spencer's father plays the part of Chris de Burgh.)
The entity possessing Quark's emerald dagger takes physical form and introduces itself as the Soul of Growth and endows the group with power over the seasons. They give it a terrible nickname and are transported to the encampment of Sharpie's father.
Spencer sums up the lost episode and the group faces an existential crisis. Seriously, that's it.
‾ Part 6 - The Shadow Realm. The group enters a portal into a confusing dimension of shadows.
6.8 - The Lost Episode - No Download Available - 2013.05.26
Sharpie, Quark & Co. triumph over their shadow selves and return home to their own dimension in the material plane. So pretty much the best episode ever. (This Harmontown episode was not podcast because Dan kept talking about his return to Community.)
Our band of heroes battle for their lives in the shadow arena. (Guest comptroller Bobcat Goldthwait filled in for Jeff Davis. Believe it or not, I cut out 15-20 minutes of rather entertaining but non-salient tangents.)
Tropes abound as our adventurers awake in an arena where people are forced to battle their shadow selves. (In Erin's absence, Persian audience member Denice plays the part of Mulraine.)
The heroes fight a losing battle against the shadowy figures as, one by one, they fall unconscious. Is this the end? (In Jeff's absence, generous audience member Bil plays the part of Quark.)
An outraged Tylenol with Codeine arrives to find that Sharpie is responsible for the conflagration that destroyed his forest. The group is attacked by shadowy figures at a shadowy iron gate. Mulraine summons a monkey named Marbles while Chris de Burgh, aka Duncan Trussell filling in for Kumail Nanjiani, sets to self-mutilation.
Sharpie reverts to his violent ways and blasts the locus of phase spider webbing. In response, Breffy transforms to his original form of a phase spider and attacks. Things go south as some attack Breffy, while others attempt to reason with him. Then Quark does his thing. (Audience member Stephanie fills in for an ailing Erin McGathy. I cut out some tangents involving Minecraft and an airport horror story.)
After resolving to use less confrontational methods in future encounters, our band of adventurers is confronted by hostile Fantom Phungusi. So they burn down the black columns and surrounding forest where they encountered their newfound friend, Breffy. Also, Spencer is drunk.
While looking for a way out of the locked room, Quark spies a crack in the wall leading to a dim chamber where the group finds more treasure, including a fragment of power. At one end of the room they see a magical tear in the wall that light cannot penetrate. (I cut out Dan and Erin's story about the zoo and getting a dog and then another section where Adam Goldberg interrupts. Also, Chris de Burgh is played by Dan's friend, Ray Pruitt.)
≠ Part 5 - Free at last, the heroes find themselves in a different dimension, but adventure is everywhere. Kumail joins the campaign.
The group wastes a bunch of time examining their newly won treasure.
Quark devises the worst strategy of all time for defeating a dragon.
Sharpie's poison-induced sleep brings on flashbacks of childhood trauma while he experiences other traumas in the present. The group moves to the now unlocked room and inflict more traumas on the foe they encounter within.
Chris simultaneously finds escape from certain death and passage to a mushroom-filled room. Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine follow and they are all attacked by serpent beings.
Christopher the Burgh leads the group to an ancient ruin that, hopefully, contains the Soul of Growth.
Sharpie and Chris work on deciphering the bloody text of the spellbook found in the Infinifish. Quark takes advantage of an inattentive Mulraine (played by Bobcat Goldthwait, filling in for an ill Erin McGathy) to take advantage of Mulraine's horse Coco.
Quark is aided by Chris de Burgh (yes, that Chris de Burgh, but played by guest Kumail Nanjiani) as he searches Twyla for the Soul of Growth. Meanwhile, Sharpie and Mulraine abandon a brief and unfruitful search for survivors of the Infinifish to get it on.
Free at last of the Infinifish, our heroes level up and engage in a passive aggressive, on again/off again scuffle with an ambiguously gay duo stuck on the foreign planet on which the corpse of the giant beast has crashed.
∞ Part 4 - As the Harmoncountry tour greets a new city each night, the adventurers seek a way out of the Infinifish.
Perilously low on HP and aided by a suddenly present Valacint (Steve Agee) and the inexplicable arrival of a recalcitrant equestrian friend, our adventurers renew their assault on the Infinifish's heart.
Leaving Valacint with his sandwiches, Sharpie and Mulraine follow Quark into a fleshy chamber containing the Infinifish's heart. Quark has an illuminating conversation with his way magic dagger, Sharpie is charmed into battling his fellow adventurers, and Mulraine uses her longsword.
Quark uncovers a hidden door in the back of the kidney room and Sharpie finds a Tome embedded in a Slime Monster.
After (presumably) destroying the lungs, the group moves on to the kidney-bean-shaped fleshy mass. (I cut out over 10 minutes of hating on Toby Keith after Spencer's intro.)
As smoke fills the lung chamber, our band of heroes hear the death rattle of the Infinifish and the enourmous creature begins to plummet towards the earth.
Reassembled in the lungs, the quartet (with Spencer playing Quark in Jeff's absence) fights off attackers in the lungs while trying to damage the Infinifish's lungs from within.
Our heroes split up to attack the Infinifish's organs simultaneously.
The adventurers (and Valacint) seek out the Infinifish's internal organs. (Tonight, the role of Sharpie will be played by Young Dan Harmon, aka Ben.
Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine navigate the predictably labrynthine digestive system of the Infinifish and meet a surprisingly complacent elf prince who is also a master of swords.
The trio rests in a village inside the Infinifish and plot their next move. (Dan and Erin worked through some real life relationship stuff in the middle of D&D and, while it's a crucial portion of the Harmontown episode as a whole, I cut it down as much as I could while keeping all the D&D stuff.)
Uncomfortable metaphors abound as seven and a half black audience members join our adventurers as they seek exit from the Infinifish.
During a speed round of D&D, our heroes find the ship has been swallowed by an Infinifish.
After killing Dave, the ship's pilot, the trio fight to keep the airship from crashing and needlessly terrorize the cowering minions aboard.
Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine storm the bridge. Jason Sudeikis, the lone crew member not trapped by Sharpie's summoned squid, wages a lowbrow battle of attrition against the interlopers. (7 minutes of feelings talk were cut out after the adventure recap.)
Reunited aboard the airship, Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine journey to the ship's bridge. (The end of the adventure was briefly interrupted by an audience member. The discussion was not germaine to D&D so I cut it out.)
Quark wreaks havoc aboard Admiral Darkstar's ship, Sharpie breaks through his father's emotional barriers, and Mulraine acquires a magical belt.
Sharpie and Quark arrive at the Buttsalot encampment to find it under siege by the forces of Admiral Darkstar.
Sharpie and Quark learn the tragic backstory of their half-elf friend.
⊃ Part 3 - Sharpie sets off to find his father but all is not well with the Buttsalot clan.
Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine battle a trio of cylinder monsters left by Admiral Darkstar.
Olaf, a halfling traveling salesman played by Ryan Stiles, rolls into the village and impresses our adventures with his wares. The group is then beset by a family of displacer beasts.
Recovered from his rage, Mango tells Sharpie about his sudden appreciation for the power of magic and his use of his own fragments of power.
Drawn by the sounds of battle, our heroes come upon Sharpie's father who attacks them in his irrational berserker rage.
The group comes upon a gnoll encampment and make the acquaintance of Yrch, a black-paw gnoll allied with the Buttsalot clan.
Sharpie enlists the aid of Mulraine to track Lord Buttsalot, who left on a secret mission in the dead of night.
The adventurers arrive at the Buttsalot encampment in search of Sharpie's father, Lord Buttsalot, and are confused to see that gnolls are casually walking around and interacting peacefully with the Buttsalot barbarians.
Led to the Butts plains by a former prisoner of Admiral Darkstar who turns out to be a Buttsalot clansman, Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine are beset by a group of vicious gnolls.
² Part 2 - The trio encounters Admiral Darkstar for the first time and level up to 2.
The group of adventurers confront the evil Admiral Darkstar. Morris Goldbright redeems himself in battle while Quark considers a future in interior decorating.
With no help from a cowardly and Jewish victim of Admiral Darkstar's menace (played by guest Steve Agee), Sharpie, Quark and Mulraine covertly enter the well-guarded fortress.
Quark spoils for a fight with the mysterious Admiral Darkstar but Sharpie, after a paternally inspired existential crisis in the form of a daydream, is reluctant to storm the evil ziggurat.
Sharpie and Quark travel to Tylenol with Codeine's home forest where they hear tell of an evil sorcerer who is corrupting the woods.
Mulraine joins Sharpie and Quark as they seek the head of the dread Embermauler. Along the way, a flighty unicorn (Greg Proops) befriends the trio and they battle the fearsome beast.
α Part 1 - The adventure begins. Dan reacquaints himself with the roleplaying world and Jeff learns the ropes. Erin joins the fun.
While Quark sleeps off his berserker rage, Sharpie meets a friendly homophiliac half-elf.
Sharpie and Quark face a rickety bridge and a giant treasure-guarding pig.
Sharpie and Quark begin their quest. After roughing up a quartet of goblins they learn how to look around and redirect light with prisms.
∅ Part 0 - Dan and Jeff decide to start a D&D campaign. With Spencer's help, they create their characters.
Spencer introduces the characters, detailing their attributes and backstories.
Spencer returns and leads Dan and Jeff through the character creation process. They choose race, class and Jeff crowdsources his character's name.
Dan and Jeff discuss the idea of playing Dungeons and Dragons during the show and Spencer answers Dan's call for a D&D expert. A legend is born.
Spaceketeers - [Download] - [Play] - 2014.09.21 - 15:41 - 3.5 MB - Dan gives Spencer a break from D&D but imposes on him to run a space-based RPG. Guest comptroller Alex Rubens and audience members Neil and Stacy round out the crew of the S.S. Golden Opportunity.
Jazz Roleplaying - [Download] - [Play] - 2014.07.20 - 15:04 - 3.4 MB - In a freeform RPG set in 2011, Dan Harmon and Community/Rick and Morty writer Alex Rubens play themselves while psychotic guest-comptroller Duncan Trussell plays Chris de Burgh.
Gottfried Rap [Download] - [Play] - 2014.10.10 - New York City - 1:10 - Audience member David lays down a beat so that Dan can rap and guest comptroller Gilbert Gottfried can do the Vincent Price bridge.
GI Rob [Download] - [Play] - 2014.03.30 - 1:00 - Dan plays a version of the GI Joe theme song he recorded to make fun of Rob Schrab for being irritable while working on the latest episode of Community.
Harmontown / Pringles Dick / Chicken Noodle Dick Medley [Download] - [Play] - 2013.02.04 - 3:29 - At the end of the Harmoncountry Tour, Dan sings the theme song with Jeff and Spencer joining in to sing other songs from the road.
Chicken Noodle Dick - Various renditions of Dan, Jeff and Spencer performing a road song created by Dan.
Salt Lake City version [Download] - [Play] - 2013.01.28 - 1:06
Chicago version [Download] - [Play] - 2013.01.22 - 1:06
Bloomington version (w/ Erin) [Download] - [Play] - 2013.01.21 - 1:05
Spencer Owns it. Legend. (Slightly edited together) [Download] - [Play] - 2013.01.20 - 1:05
Second Take (Cleaner but less natural.) - [Download] - [Play] - 2013.01.17 - 31 seconds
Original podcast version [Download] - [Play] - 2013.01.17 - 24 seconds
Game Corner: Who Are You Marrying? [Download] - [Play] - 2014.10.25 - Houston - 11:42 - Erin and audience member Caroline wrote down answers to a series of questions before the show. Dan and audience contestant Andrew are challenged to identify which answers are Erin's. (I cut out about 15 minutes in the middle of the show where they psychoanalyze games they played as children.)
Johnny Jackhammer [Download] - [Play] - 2013.10.27 - 11:21 - Dan's everyman character has unexpected depth and issues. Just another improv bit that goes awry. (This is cut together from a few different segments.)
Fishing [Download] - [Play] - 2013.09.01 - 1:46 - After spending the whole show complaining about people fishing for compliments Dan makes a startling discovery. In case you didn't listen to the whole show, Dan's neighbors are named Dan and Beth. Beth recently had a brain tumor removed.
Katy, the series - 2013.01.15 - Charlotte - Dan and Jeff improvise the first two episodes of a CW show loosely based on the life of audience member/aspiring writer Katy.
Pilot Episode - [Download] - [Play] - 4:24
Episode 2: Umbrella - [Download] - [Play] - 6:38