Thanks to everybody who came out to our oversold premier of season 3! It was such an awesome show. Thanks especially to Courtenay Hameister, Steve Humphrey, Anthony Lopez, and Autopilot Is For Lovers! See you all December 7th.
Join us for the kick off of our new season at 10:00 on Nov. 9th with these guests:
Former host and current head writer of Live Wire! Radio
Editor of the Portland Mercury (our new producing sponsor!)
And musical guest
We would really love it if you could come out and see the new season. We’ve got a great writing staff, great guests, great sketches, and of course, that Portland Twist.
We’re still finalizing the schedule for season 3 of Late Night Action, but we wanted to pull back the curtain just a bit and let you know what we’re working on. We’ve got absolutely huge guests, new sponsors, a video series, a new sketch team, and lots more. We’re also switching from a limited engagement to a monthly show schedule so you won’t have to miss any episodes!
Look for our season premier in November!
Friday - Literature Night
Saturday - Comic Books Night
The people’s weatherman Matt Zaffino explained why Portland weather is actually hard to predict. Something about mountains.
Adam Rosko explained the trouble with Tribbles, which is that they require a lot of faux-fur to produce.
Shane Torres is in favor of fluoridation but has mixed feelings about donating plasma. Follow him on Twitter to find out which happens first.
Bryan Free is like our own Freddie Mercury here in Portland. He’s one of the most fun performers you’ll ever see. He plays piano with his hands, drums with his feet, and cymbals with his mind!
Paul Gerald told us all about breakfast. Check out his breakfast blog.
Randy Mendez didn’t remember his Twitter handle, but we do.
We met the beak of Albatross, the new project from Ryan Sollee, Cristina Cano, and others.