Bad to the Bone

It’s episode #34 of The Mud Puppets Show emanating from the cable studio in beautiful downtown Wyandotte!

In this installment of The Mud Puppets Show, Mud Puppet Joel welcomes his old friend, Johnny Bad Wheels back to the studio. The wheelchair bound wrestling promoter is back to pimp Detroit Style Wrestling.

Peter P. Gazdowicz also returns to the show but this time he’s acting as co-host! What octogenarian shenanigans does the ole codger have up his sleeve?! Whatever it is, it’ll have to be substantial because something has gone seriously wrong with Mud Puppet Ryan’s mission in the future and it’s going to change the very fabric of Wyandotte.

Finally, Mud Puppet Joel has something very serious to announce. Will he finally reveal his endorsement for Mayor?

 

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Seaman, Snakes & Swindlers

It’s episode #33 of The Mud Puppets Show emanating from the cable studio in beautiful downtown Wyandotte!

In this installment of The Mud Puppets Show, Mud Puppet Joel welcomes animal breeder, Tiffany Scheid. Tiffany is the owner of Olly’s Box of Mischief and she’s brought a few crawling, slithering friends to the studio.

With Mud Puppet Ryan still in the future on a mission to locate Moe Peterson, Mud Puppet Joel welcomes  the most colorful co-host to date with the return of the inimitable, irrepressible Porthole Pete! How will the pansexual pirate co-exist with Church of Love proprietor, Pastor Alabaster?

Finally, explore Porthole Pete’s sexual preferences in a new segment called Would Porthole Pete Pork It?

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Podcast #85: War of Words

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In this edition of Mud Puppets Radio…

B. Mo’s bombast boils over in a blistering attack of his fellow co-hosts. Mud Puppet Joel recounts the story of his first tattoo. Did he actually pass out?! The boys also discuss some curious news items and have a little fun on the phone with listener, Logan.

As always, you can send any questions, comments or show topics to themudpuppets@gmail.com or simply leave a reply on this blog.


Generational Divide

It’s episode #32 of The Mud Puppets Show emanating from the cable studio in beautiful downtown Wyandotte!

In this installment of The Mud Puppets Show, Mud Puppet Joel is joined by another special guest co-host and Pastor Alabaster performs a special blessing upon the show.

In another effort to reach out to the elderly community, Mud Puppet Joel enlists the help of Peter P. Gazdowicz, a Wyandotte senior citizen and as you’ll soon discover an avid teller of tall tales!

There’s another missive from Mud Puppet Ryan as he continues his search for Moe Peterson in the future! Freakin’ wild, man!

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Crossroads: Politics, Religion & Time Travel?!

It’s episode #31 of The Mud Puppets Show emanating from the cable studio in beautiful downtown Wyandotte!

In this installment of The Mud Puppets Show, Mud Puppet Ryan has been sent to the future to find the elusive Moe Peterson; in studio Mud Puppet Joel is joined by a special guest host where they discuss the upcoming city elections and celebrate a victory in the McKinley Project.

Also, there’s a new holy man in Wyandotte! His name is Pastor Alabaster and he’s looking to build a young, supple flock of female congregates for his Church of Love. Was that a Deacon Chester he just mentioned?

Finally, Mud Puppet Joel has a big announcement regarding the Mayoral Contest between Councilwoman Sheri Fricke and Mayor Joe Peterson!

2017 is shaping up to be an interesting year for The Mud Puppets Show.

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Podcast #74: The Road Goes Ever On and On

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In this edition of Mud Puppets Radio…

An emotional Mud Puppet Joel bids farewell to the departing Mud Puppet Ryan and simultaneously welcomes B. Mo officially into the fold.

Predictions are made for the U.S. Presidential Election — learn what signs Mud Puppet Joel will be looking for on Election Day.

MPJ and B. Mo also pan poisoned Halloween candy hoaxes and also examine Branden’s exploits as a masked vigilante. Has B. Mo inadvertently or perhaps willfully contributed to the clown paranoia in his neighborhood?

Finally, Mud Puppet Joel closes with some final thoughts on the 2016 haunt season.

As always, you can send any questions, comments or show topics to themudpuppets@gmail.com or simply leave a reply on this blog.

 


It Is the Mud Puppet’s Blog…

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Hey gang, Mud Puppet Ryan here bringing you the very first blog from The Mud Puppets!

Why a blog you may be asking?  Well truth be told we felt this was a great way to interact with our fans and give you guys updates on what we’re working on.

Many of our most devoted followers have taken note of the changes we’ve made thus far in 2013.  Namely moving away from weekly Mupdates and monthly episodes and into providing comedy sketches every week.  Some have enjoyed the change and others have been critical. 

I want to take a moment to outline the reasons for the change and also to let you know our plans moving forward.  Perhaps it will give you greater insight on why we do the crazy things we do.

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There are several reasons we decided to switch things up as we moved into the New Year, not the least of which was our sanity. While it may not always look like it, a lot of time, energy and creativity goes into creating The Mud Puppets.  Joel, especially, has to log a lot of hours doing the post production work on the sketches and episodes.

In the interest of not becoming burned out, and not having our wives leave us for more attentive (and likely more attractive) men, we had to take a new approach. 

That meant going from weekly Mupdates to producing a new comedy sketch each week.  We saw this as a good thing for our fans as you got less of us blathering on about what we were going to be doing, and more actual comedy.  Don’t worry though Mupdate fans, we will still be using that format when the time is right for it. 

It also meant cutting back on the number of full episodes we produce in a year.  Last year our Halloween and Christmas episodes were high water marks for the kind of comedy we want to produce.  More than just a mish-mash of sketches they were short movies that told a cohesive story.  That is the kind of content we want to bring you with every single episode we produce, and that is our goal in the coming year.

Unfortunately those episodes take a lot of time.  Those of you who participated in the Zombie Shoot for “Our Muddy Nightmare” can attest to that.  That shoot took an entire day and ended up being five minutes or so of an episode.

Yes there will be less full episodes produced this year, but our hope is that the quality and content of those episodes will make them well worth the wait.  Plus we will keep you laughing each and every Saturday with sketches, Mupdates, and whatever else we think will keep you coming back for more.

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Ok I’ve rambled enough (and this was just supposed to be a short intro blog!) but I urge you to bookmark this page and visit often.  We’ll make you aware of new postings via our Facebook Fan Page and our Official Twitter.

Coming up soon will be an interesting feature for those of you who like behind the scenes information.  An exclusive interview with Mud Puppet Joel detailing his favorite sketches, his editing process, and his real feelings on working with me (spoiler:  he hates it). 

We’ll be with you again soon.  Until next time keep yourselves muddy.

MP Ryan.