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Two weeks ago, Dr. Demento was nice enough to play my latest parody tribute song "Ice King Baby" on his show! How 'cool' of him! Get it? 'Cool'? Of course you do. Anyway, if you'd like to see that track make "The Dr. Demento Show's" Top 10 for August 2015, then please go and REQUEST for him to play it again at , and when you do be sure to include your email address, so it counts towards the tally for the monthly Top 10!

And as always, I'd also like to encourage you to listen to "The Dr. Demento Show" every week! It's still the best show ever, full of the classic mad music and crazy comedy you love, as well as the deep cut rarities and new stuff from guys like me and my co-horts at the FuMP. There's a new 2-hour show posted every week, and hundreds more from the past 44 years in his archives! You can hear it all at


Episode #120 - Joe Nobody And The Beast Machine

LCBR120It's our second annual recap of the events of FuMPFeST! Luke & Carrie break down their weekend at the Funny Music Project Festival for 2015 from each of their points of view; Carrie's done while managing a toddler, and Luke's done while managing the fact that this was the first time he has visited home since heading off to Cartoon-land.

Following that, Carrie and Luke take turns getting caught up with other cool events of their respective past June, including Carrie's lap-dance-tastic time at a "Weird Al" concert, and Luke's first ever time recording voices for animation at a "Mighty MagiSwords" session.

Inspired by the Scope podcast's Episode #207 YouTube thumbnail image of Luke & Kyle coupled with their episode title "Joe Nobody And The Beast Machine" across their chests (which I assume is the maniacal workings of Jared Ringold), Luke and Kyle decided that "Joe Nobody And The Beast Machine" are their A.M. Radio Disc Jockey Personas, which we shift into frequently during the "What's Luke Plugging Now?" segment.

This episode's comedy & music tracks are by some combination of TV's Kyle featuring Lindsay Smith, Joe Caruso, Scooter Picnic, Carrie Dahlby, the great Luke Ski, Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh, Devo Spice, Rhett & Link, Insane Ian featuring Bonecage, Whitney Avalon & Yvonne Strahovski, Michael Aitch Price And His Musical Miscreants, Ookla The Mok, Eddie Lawrence, Whimsical Will, "Blasted Bill" Putt  featuring Cirque du So What?, Stephen Colbert, & Eclectic Method.

Indicators seem to indicate that this podcast has become monthly, and each episode will be nearly 4 hours long. We'll all just have to wait and see if that remains or not. So step on up and get'cher content, internet consumers! Episode Length: 3:45:37

Episode #121 - Luke & Stephanie's Good Rapport 2

LCBR121The first part of this episode features the return of one of Luke’s best friends, Stephanie, who came out to California so she could celebrate her 40th birthday at Disneyland with Luke. They recap her visit while driving through East L.A., eating at Wienerschnitzel, and driving through Burbank just before she left to take the train home.

The second part is our Gen Con Indy 2015 recap, which starts off at Gen Con itself with Luke, Carrie, Ken, Sara, Erin, & Alex. We finish it up on Skype with just Luke & Carrie after Luke returned to Burbank.

The third part has Carrie recapping her July & August, followed by Luke doing the same. Then we read your comments, and cut to Luke & Kyle letting you know ‘What’s Luke Plugging Now?’

The comedy and music tracks in the episode are by Cheech & Chong, The Muppets, Epic Rap Battles Of History, Disney, The Aristocats, Steven Universe, Adventure Time, the great Luke Ski, Mighty MagiSwords, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Art Paul Schlosser,Power Salad, Throwing Toasters, Rowdy Roddy Piper, & Game Grumps Animated.

It’ll be quite a while until we put out another episode. If I had to guess, I’d say late October at the earliest, but we make no promises. So Carrie and I sincerely hope you enjoy this episode until whenever the next episode happens. In the mean time, you can still hear Luke every other Sunday on “Kyle & Luke Talk About Toons” (, and rejoice for the return of Luke & Carrie’s favorite podcast, “Flat 29’s Big Book Of Everything”, which can be heard at ! If you were to ask Emperor Palpatine if you should listen to those podcasts, he would tell you to “DO IT!”  Episode length: 3:11:33

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Episode #46 - I Can Afford Postage!
This week, Kyle and Luke talk about Candi Milo’s one-woman show, Defenders of Dynatron City, Sam & Max, Boomerang, and your comments! Mostly Kornflake’s, though.

Episode #47 - Two Kinds Of Bomb
This week, Kyle and Luke discuss the trailer for Danger Mouse, the latest Stevenbomb, Shirobako, and, of course, Mighty Magiswords. Good luck figuring out what our title means!

Episode #48 - Kyle and Lindsay Talk About New Stuff
This week, while Luke is out at GenCon, Kyle and Lindsay Smith Carrozza talk about new cartoons: Pig Goat Banana Cricket, We Bare Bears, and Harvey Beaks! Plus, we talk about MY Love Story!!, Rin-Ne, Shirobako, Dragon Half, and Animation Runner Kuromi!

Episode #49 - Powered By The Cheat
This week, Kyle, Luke, and Lindsay talk about Homestar Runner/Strong Bad Emails! Luke hadn’t seen them yet!

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Devo Spice and Luke Ski interview the artists who posted songs at the FuMP dot com over the past week. Recent episodes include:

Episode #262: Dino-Mike and Michael H. Price
Episode #263: Devo Spice & Luke Ski (talking about "Lotta Bodies")
Episode #264: Insane Ian
Episode #265: The Dreamstalks
Episode #266: Jace McLain of Nuclear Bubble Wrap and Art Paul Schlosser
Episode #267: Chris Mezzolesta of Power Salad, Seamonkey of The Boobles, & Robert Lund
Episode #268: the great Luke Ski (talking about "Ice King Baby")
Episode #269: Al Flash and Chris Mezzolesta
Episode #270: Bonecage, Jeff Reuben, and Insane Ian

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The next four 3-minute long episodes of "Mighty MagiSwords" have been posted up at Cartoon Network's website: "Bark Attack", "Dolphinominal", "The Land Before Slime", and "Hands Down". They can also be watched on the Cartoon Network App, and on some cable video on demand services. You can watch them on the web here, click on 'Shorts':


As a part of his "Some Jerk With A Camera" Theme Park Review series, Tony Goldmark did reviews of the three theme park related movies that came out this summer, the last of which was about "Vacation" starring Ed Helms. I went along for this screening, and reviewed the film along with Tony and some members of Team Jerk. You can watch that here:

- "FLAT 29" IS BACK!!!
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I'll just copy what they said on their Facebook page"Flat 29" are back, with a new website and a new podcast! Check out "Chapter 50 - Numbers" now at ! IMPORTANT: We have had to re-submit our podcast to iTunes so your existing feed may not update. If you listen through iTunes please re-subscribe to the podcast using the following link:

It's Devo Spice's old school hip-hop parody of Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh's "La-Di-Da-Di", written as a tribute to AMC's "The Walking Dead", featuring human beat box back-up, vocals, zombie, & shotgun noises by the great Luke Ski!
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I've been wanting to do a comedy song tribute to the Cartoon Network series "Adventure Time" for about 4 years now. Almost immediately upon deciding to do this, a parody idea popped into my head, but I put it aside because I wanted to see if I could come up with a better and also original song idea to do instead. In all that time, I couldn't come up with one that I thought was worthy, which was at least partially because the songs that occasionally pop up in actual episodes of "Adventure Time" are all so well done, and so perfectly encapsulate all the emotions of these complex characters in this very layered story whose deep mythos grows faster than fanfiction.

Cut to a few months ago, I knew I wanted to have a new comedy song to world premiere at my live concert performances at Gen Con Indy 2015, so I took a look at my long list of various song ideas, and there was this old, silly, super-obvious, dumb parody idea waving right back at me, like the Banana Man floating in space. Well I didn't need the Cosmic Owl to tell me that it was time for me to put my reservations aside, sit down and rewatch all 199 episodes of "Adventure Time" again and take extensive notes (oh yes I lumpin' did), and then sit down to 'Penn' this little tune. So without further boom-boom, here is my tribute to the most tragic fictional character in modern literature: the awesome, ridiculously hilarious, and totally insane wizard known as the Ice King, set to the most popular song ever released by one Mr. Robert Matthew Van Winkle. I hope all you hardcore "Adventure Time" fans think the track is mathematical, and that it doesn't really smell like dog buns.

Voice cast: 
Luke Ski as the Ice KingJake The Dog, and most everyone else
Jace McClain as Finn the Human
Tia Ballard as (it's a surprise, you'll figure it out)

Music, mixing, & mastering by Jace McClain of the band Nuclear Bubble Wrap (who did their own awesome song about "Adventure Time" available here at the Funny Music Project, a.k.a.

I, "Luke Ski", am currently working at Cartoon Network as a storyboard revisionist on their new digital series "Mighty MagiSwords", and have been making nerdy comedy songs on geeky and other pop-culture topics for over 20 years, very many of which have been about cartoons, both on TV as well as animated features. To find all of them, you can search through my artist page here at the FuMP, or go explore . #babygotbrak

Back in 2013, Doug Walker, a.k.a. The Nostalgia Critic, a.k.a. "That Guy With The Glasses" of Channel Awesome internet fame, came to me asking if he could hire me to come up with a short song for his forthcoming online video review of "Jurassic Park", the classic 1993 blockbuster which at the time had been re-released in theaters in 3-D.  What he needed was an awesome obscenity-laden power hook to serve as the theme song for the film's best character, the Tyrannosaurus Rex. I Garagebanded up a quick piece of basic music and screamed words that my Mom doesn't like into a microphone, and voila, I had something that worked for Doug's review. Doug also had an idea to expand upon the hook, and do a 'song' in which the T-Rex in the modern world talks about its day to day life, the problems it encounters, and how it deals with said problems (spoiler alert: violently). He recorded some spoken work pieces as the T-Rex, edited it together, and put the track up on his Bandcamp page.

As much as I enjoyed his review and his song, I always thought the song could have been something more, especially in the 'Luke Ski actually writes and raps lyrics heard in the song' department. So for my 2014 album "4th Grade Talent Show", Doug was gracious enough to allow me to expand the song into something more complex lyrically and musically, re-recording all his spoken parts which I mixed into my new music and vocals. With added musical frog-DNA from TV's Kyle, the song finally became the ground-shaking, plastic-water-cup-virating epic that the greatest predator to ever walk the earth deserves.

So since "Jurassic World" hits the movie theaters this week, I figured it made sense to finally post this song to the Funny Music Project (a.k.a. The FuMP .com) to get you all psyched for the awesomest Chris Pratt movie to come out since the last 2 awesome Chris Pratt movies. It'll be a free download at the FuMP dot com through July 2nd.

If you're a newbie here, you can hear more nerdy comedy music by the great Luke Ski at my artist page here at the FuMP, and my Bandcamp page.

Finally, be sure to check out the Nostalgia Critic's video review of "Jurassic World", featuring an epic climax set to excerpts of "The T-Rex Song (Director's Cut)"!

It's been over a year in the making, but at my main stage concert at FuMPFeST 2015, I finally world premiered the new fan video made by "Dr. Don" Coleman for my "Family Guy" tribute song "Gettin' Giggity Wit It"! Don painstakingly scoured through dozens of Family Guy episodes to put this together over the past year and a half, and I am thrilled that we are finally sharing it with the world!

What makes this fanvid extra special is that I created 9 seconds of cartoon animation for the "Let's Get The Tardis" part of the song! This was my biggest animation effort to date, and I'm pretty happy with how it came out! You can see it at the 1:29 mark of the video. I've also made a couple of looping animated GIFs of those 9 seconds, in FULL SIZE and at 600 PIXELS WIDE.

So please watch Don's video and tell him what a great job he did, and share it (and the GIFs) with the world! 😀


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Episode #119 - It’s Gwar Meets Cars And Trucks And Things That Go

LCBR119 copyIt’s been a month, so here’s a 4-hour long episode. I ain’t even gonna pretend like I care that it’s that long. Besides, it’ll be something people can listen to traveling on their way to FuMPFeST 2015which starts in less than a week. So let me see if I can remember all of what’s in this episode…

Our first segment is a “Rapport Of Destiny” segment where Carrie is joined by the one and only Moonbeam of the podcast “Blasted Bill & Moonbeam’s Pod Of Destiny”. Capping that segment is a recording from one of Carrie’s YouTube videos in which Alex has a highly inquisitive conversation with his father Josh.

Next Carrie and I chat and she tells me all about what she’s been doing this month, including seeing “Mad Max: Fury Road”, her summation of which is the title of this episode. Then we read a whole bunch of your comments from the past few episodes which WordPress had been hiding from me for months.

Next, Carrie is joined by Ken Sherlock of “Let’s call Ken” fame, as they talk about seeing the movie “UHF” live at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, which was followed by a Q&A with“Weird Al” Yankovic and director Jay Levey.

Then Luke is joined by Insane Ian via Skype to tell us what he’s been up to the past month, including the exciting long-awaited release of “Mighty Magiswords” content to the world via Cartoon Network’s website and the “Cartoon Network Anything” App (Get the details at Luke’s website). Then we wrap up by Luke finishing off his list of unused song ideas, with Ian throwing in a couple of his own.

This week’s comedy & music tracks are by Ron Low, Monty Python, Family Guy, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Kyle Kallgren & Tony Goldmark, Epic Rap Battles Of History, mc chris, Mikey Mason, The Boobles, Heathcliff & The Catillac Cats, TV’s Kyle & the great Luke Ski, Duck Dodgers, T-Spoon, “Chicago”, Raymond & Scum, and Garden Fresh.

Until next time, Bad Rapport just won’t be outdone. You should realize, we can win it with YOU! #obscure80scartoonthemesonglyrics Episode length: 4:00:55 Special thanks to Brett Glass for the pun used in the episode art, and to TV’s Kyle for the MagiSword drawing of me. I did the drawing of Carrie.

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Episode #43 - Cat Grumps
This week: We finally have a theme song! We talk about the things we reference in the theme song, particularly the verse about Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats. Also, Spiral not shutting up is the new status quo.

Episode #44 - Statue Of Skills
This week, Kyle and Luke interview Lindsay Carrozza, the character designer for Mighty Magiswords!

Episode #45 - Well, I Won't Sue You
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This week, Kyle and Luke talk about Mighty Magiswords live on stage at FuMPfest 2015, then along with Lindsay Smith Carrozza and voice actress Tia Ballard, they react to Pixar’s Inside Out! Wow, we finally got one in while the movie was still in its opening weekend! Note: There’s one brief uncensored curse from Luke somewhere in the Inside Out section. I don’t have time to find it.

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Episode 207: Joe Nobody and the Beast Machine
In this very special episode of The Scope, Jared, Adam, and Shane catch up with Friend of the Show, Luke Ski. Luke’s been up to some interesting shenanigans lately, and who’s better than your Scope hosts to get all the details? Answer: NO ONE. If you listen carefully to the interview, you’ll learn about Luke’s Toys “R” Us days, his cross country trip to California, and his new job at The Cartoon Network (featuring TV's Kyle Carrozza, creator of Cartoon Network's "Mighty MagiSwords"). It’s a great story that demands your full attention. So get to it, won’t you? The Scope Episode 207 is on an all soda diet and totally into binge watching old TV shows.



Devo Spice and Luke Ski interview the artists who posted songs at the FuMP dot com over the past week. Recent episodes include:

Episode #257: Bonecage, TV's Kyle & the great Luke Ski
Episode #258: Smashy Claw and Undercover Funtime
Episode #259: Jace McLain of Nuclear Bubble Wrap and Robert Lund
Episode #260: Insane Ian, the great Luke Ski, Doug Walker "The Nostalgia Critic", & Tony Goldmark
Episode #261: Carla Ulbrich and Insane Ian

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  • "Dementia Smackdown Wrestling: FuMPFeST 2015 Battle Royal"!
    Commissioner J. P. Tuesday
    and Duke "Flyboy" DuJour commentate the action live on stage as the demented digital destruction played out at FuMPFeST 2015! Find out which of your favorite comedy music acts ended up taking home the Championship belt! 
  • Cirque du So What's 'Tile Guy' remixed into "Molly" by Cedric Gervais!
    "Blasted Bill" Putt took "Molly" by Cedric Gervais and made a mash-up of it using clips from the 'Tile Guy' sketches by Cirque du So What?! It defies description, except what I just said and Bill's description on the song's page at the FuMP Sideshow:
  • The Winners of the 2015 Logan Awards for Excellence In Comedy Music!
    Congratulations to Devo Spice & Power Salad! There were so many great songs & videos in 2015. Click below to find out who walked away with their very own robot cat statuettes:
  • Finally, here's a picture of me at Cartoon Network recording voices for a future episode of "Mighty MagiSwords":

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I'm not sure I'm able to smile any larger that that. :)

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by TV's Kyle & the great Luke Ski!
Download it now at the FuMP!

Today is TV's Kyle's birthday, but the gift is for all of you! It's the long procrastinated theme song to our animation podcast "Kyle & Luke Talk About Toons"! Hey, if you had a life-changing development deal at Cartoon Network, your podcast's theme song would be 19 months overdue too. Download the track for free right now at the Funny Music Project, and smile, darn ya, smile!

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