What Fresh Hell Is This?

March 30, 2007

Monumental Media Events of Our Time

Saturday, March 31, 2007, 10:00 PM

You want a a mayoral debate?

The "It's Alive" crew accommodates -- Professor Emcee Square will debate "Mayor Ravenstahl" Saturday night at 10:00 PM on WBGN TV. (A reminder that it may have been The Carbolic Smoke Ball's online poll pitting Lukey against the Prof against Peduto which persuaded the latter to drop out of the race.)

If you've never seen "It's Alive" before think "Chiller Theater" for a new millennium.

Monday, April 2, 2007, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
WTZN-FM 93.7

John McIntire (MacYapper) returns to the airwaves on the new WTZN-FM 93.7 "THE ZONE, PITTSBURGH'S MAN STATION" (I'm guessing they won't mind you listening if you're a she).

Looks like you can live stream the station here.

(Is it just me or do The Professor and The MacYapper look enough alike to be brothers?)


Sherry said...

i love "it's alive" i usually have to tape it, but i've been yakking about the show on and off my blog from the begining.

and johnnymac, well, i've gotten a kick out of him for ages! "rock on" as he says.

Maria said...

Unfortunately, that's about the time I start nodding off most nights before waking up 2-4 hours later and then being up for the rest of the night, so I miss it far too often.

Sherry said...

me, i'm usually not home then, but i tape it a lot. i have a lot of those films anyway. been a fan of bad 50's/60's stuff like that for years.
plan 9 rocks.
attack of the crab monsters tho, is a close 2nd.

Judge Rufus Peckham said...

Maria, thank you for the publicity for the big debate. We've been fans of "It's Alive" for quite some time and after we endorsed the Professor for Mayor, he kindly invited us on the show. We think he's very funny.

Shawn said...

10 p.m. = the beginning of PGH's Saturday night booze-a-thon.

Pray for Tivo?

Maria said...

Hmmm...I'm thinking that the reason that I haven't seen the show since I've been sick is because it's no longer carried by Comcast Cable.

Does anyone know if that's right?

Anyone else out there who has Comcast Digital Cable?

If so, what chaannel is it on?

I may need to live stream it from the show's website (link contained in this post).

Sherry said...

i watch it on 21, i have comcast, in fact, i just watched it.

funny stuff, first time i ever saw the 1920 silent film. i've seen a later version. this was very intersting. i hope they do more silent films, perhaps when the prof gets to be mayor? ; )

Maria said...


21 is a public access station on my channel lineup.