Thursday, February 23, 2012

The John Miller Program with Susan Maletta, Feb. 25

Don Lewis Barnhart has directed, assistant directed and stage managed hundreds of network television shows in all formats, including single and multiple cameras, on stage and on locations, featuring book shows, musicals and commercials. His directing credits include, but not all, Mork & Mindy, Benson, Full House, Hardknocks, pilots; Here To Stay and The O'Brians. He also directed 85 episodes of the syndicated series, Comedy Break, multiple episodes of Down To Earth, Safe At Home, Rocky Road, Madam's Place and a three hour live Network show entitled Celebrate America.

He’s also had the privilege of directing eight (8) seasons of the extremely popular NBC Network teen-age series, "Saved By The Bell" (over 200 hundred episodes seen here and in 85 countries during its hey-day and is currently still on the air) plus, three (3) seasons of California Dreams (over 40 episodes).

Also on the show, we have Mike Spiegelman back to see us. Mike Spiegelman hosts the weekly Layover Comedy Night in Downtown Oakland, co-hosts Bad Movie Night at SF's Darkroom Theater, and has opened for David Cross, Emo Phillips, Robin Williams, and the late Mitch Hedberg. He's acted in the SF cult film, "The Snake." His one-man show "Salad Jokes Live" is based on material from his humor website, By the way, it's so funny when Mike hosts at the Layover. Comedians go over their time limit all the time there. Maybe cuz they're drunk, who gives a shit. Anyway, so they ignore Mike's light. So Mike goes and stands almost directly in front of the comedians and just glares at them until they walk off. It's the funniest fuckin' thing ever. So go and see that.

Corie Gipson will also be joining us.

Tune in!

Late Night with John and Susan
Saturday nights 10 pm - Midnight (go to Shows---Studio 2b --Saturday---Late Night)

Do we need spectacles to see your testicles?

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Late Night with John and Susan, Feb. 11

Don't give us none of your aggravation. We had it with your discipline. Saturday night's alright for fighting. Get a little action in. Get about as oiled as a diesel train. Gonna set this dance alight. 'Cause Saturday night's the night I like. Saturday night's alright, alright, alright...woooo!

Nicole Turley is an actor, comic, and pissed off waitperson/bartender and trainwreck from Hipsterland (Portland, OR). Nicole has appeared on stages all over the bay area and performed with the Five Funny Females. She is also co-host to FCC FREE RADIO's "the Verve" show, likes long walks on the beach, and hates white guys with dreadlocks.

Also back for more harassment...Bronston Jones is on the show!

“Life’s short—I’m not!” isn't just a pun for this 6'7", 240lb, hairy giant; it’s Bronston Jones' motto, mantra, and mission statement, meaning “Tall or small, LIVE LARGER THAN LIFE!” So after a 5-year hiatus directing commercials, Bronston’s back at the mic doing what he loves most—Saying Something without Selling Anything. From coast to coast, he revels in revealing his failings and through his conversational, story-telling style reveals failings we all share while talking about the demented Reality Show called REALITY.

Bronston has rocked comedy clubs and opened for rock bands. He's hosted somber charity events that turned crazy-sexy-fun. He’s done stand-up for Rooftop Comedy and ComedyTime Network, is a regular on radio’s The DAMage Report and acted in TruTV’s “All Worked Up” and charity spots for UNF--KTHEGULF, plus commercials for Nike, Found Magazine, and other things he’d never buy.

Also, more guests, surprises, and distasteful shenanigans are imminent.

Tune in!

Late Night with John and Susan
Saturday nights 10 pm - Midnight (go to Shows---Studio 2b --Saturday---Late Night)

Call in to the show! Take your little balls out of your skinny jeans and use one hand to call and one hand to ball. That's all!

Friday, February 3, 2012

Late Night with John and Susan, Feb. 4

This week on Late Night with John and Susan...

Jackson McBrayer brings a unique comedic perspective. In the tight-knit, stand-up comedy community of San Francisco, there are only a handful of comedians who love metal music as much as he does. And of those, he’s the only one with stories about crowd surfing in his wheelchair. Jackson is also the co-creator and writer for, which is all about tattoos, metal, and nerdery.

Travis "Too Much" Curry will also be on the show. Travis hosts the "Rude at the Rouge" Comedy Night at Nick's Crispy Tacos in San Francisco on Monday nights.

And finally, Alex White will be joining us. Cracking wise about depression, addiction, hecklers and self improvement, bay area comedian Alex White has performed at Cobb's, the Punchline, The Comedy Store and other shows across California. He assumes his career in comedy will be satisfactory for him, while leaving something to be desired for his father.

Tune in!

Late Night with John and Susan
Saturday nights 10 pm - Midnight 2b --Saturday---Late Night)

Call in:
Do your balls hang low? Do they wobble to and fro?
Can you tie 'em in a knot? Can you tie 'em in a bow?
Can you throw them o'er your shoulder like a Continental soldier?
Do your balls.....hang.....low?