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Pizza Stew

Pizza Stew is a weekly radio show and podcast hosted by Tommy Skaggs containing interviews, current events, internet culture, movie reviews, and friendly conversation.
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Pizza Stew Podcast


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Sep 17, 2015

Mah wife joins the show for Episode Three of Pizza Stew! We talk about the Washington State Fair, the Dog Pool Party, Downton Abbey (TV), True Blood (TV), Would You Rather (Movie), Goat Simulator, the Chinese President coming to Tacoma, and the first year with Baby Wesley. As a bonus, Dan’s car interview after PAX is at the end of the show.

Sep 7, 2015

Episode two is the best episode yet! My siblings, Joey, Matt, and Stephanie join me after a pizza feast to talk about: Clickbait, online fund raising, online services getting more expensive, beef jerky and bomb sniffing dogs, the movie Wyrmwood, fist bumping mishap, bowl of beans story, Presidential candidates, Froggy Fresh, Wesley Willis, Randy Johnson and Edgar Martinez need to rap together, Honk for Fonk, Tom Brady’s suspension, Twin Peaks reboot, NO ODDJOB!, James Bonds actors, Eraserhead, Wet Hot American Summer, Green Inferno, frustration with scammers, snacks during church, and how the Pizza Song was formed. If you listen closely, you can hear additions from Keith, Cassie, and my dog Nova.

Sep 1, 2015

Welcome to Pizza Stew! This is the first episode of a new show focusing on current events, internet culture, and movie reviews. In this episode, I bring in my friend Dan Maxwell to talk about: our time at PAX, name changes at KISW-FM, trying to figure out how to be a ticket scalper, our thoughts on Demetri Martin, Wet Hot American Summer Reboot, Arrested Development final season, the Olympia music scene, Dismal Land, and my frustration with what is considered art. HOMEWORK FOR NEXT SHOW: Watch “Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead.”

 

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