Tag Archive: David Coleman

Jul 08

STAB! 306 – Grippin’ The Towel Rack

In this explosive episode of the STAB! show, splatter art enthusiast and host Jesse Jones welcomes a pained and strained panel of Christy Farley, David Coleman & Melony Ford to share their thoughts on FOOMCL, nine 2022 Winter Olympic haiku, craigslist postings for optimism, non-stretchy Yoga pants, & ten seconds of total invincibility, reviews of …

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Jun 21

STAB! 300 – A STAB! Family Year End Special, 2021

In our annual Year End Blowout edition of the STAB! show, super grateful host Jesse Jones welcomes a slew of show producers including Chad Bogard, Jorge Francisco Hernandez, Skip Bacon, Jason Whitesel, Carissa Edwards, Jess Roberts, David Coleman, Katy Grant, Milk Surface, Court Hansen, Madie Nishimi, Heather Rogue, Nicole Eichenberg, Cory Barringer, Spenser Sellens, Buddy …

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Apr 12

STAB! 282 – He Was Too Much Spaghetti

In this heapin’ plate full of an episode of STAB!, your saucy host Jesse Jones welcomes oodles of noodles of panelists Eric James Barger I, David Coleman, & Jaclyn Weiand to share their three meaty takes on GAV, nine items from the break room Bulletin Board of the 2021 Teacher’s Lounge, Campaign Speeches from a …

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Jan 19

STAB! 274 – Star Swipe

Woosh! Zoom! Sparkle sparkle! In this dazzling display of an episode of the STAB! show, video toaster and host Jesse Jones welcomes a true rainbow comet tail of panelists Willie Travis, Michelle Petro & David Coleman to share with you their three NRMAs, bootleg knockoffs of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, American Gladiators, & Disney +, …

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Dec 30

STAB! 247 – A STAB! Family Year End Special, 2020

It’s the 2020 STAB! Year End Family Special! Where we get as many representatives from as many STAB! Comedy Theater shows as we can in one giant celebration of the year! In this festive episode of STAB!, Merry and Bright host Jesse Jones welcomes in Luke Soin, Jessica Deprez, Cory Barringer, Jaclyn Weiand, Buddy Dean, …

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Sep 28

STAB! 233 – I Know What Trees Like

In this arboreal turgid episode of the STAB! show, your oaken host Jesse Jones welcomes saplings David Coleman, Willie Travis and Jaclyn Weiand to share their three NIPSCOs, nine tree wedding anniversary related haiku, their various reviews of things, including a Yelp review of Limbo, a GrubHub review for a restaurant in a Fallout game, …

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Jul 10

STAB! 225 – Life-Size Potato Statues

In this firm, dimply episode of STAB! From the May STAB!athon fund drive, John Morris Ross IV drives at guests Aviva Siegel, David Coleman and Jesse Jones for their FUNd thoughts about their three different CANCELs, nine Google searches from single people in 2020, their feelings about King Sigismond of Burgundy, Spongebob Squarepants, postage stamps, …

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Mar 02

STAB! 216 – Funny Sometimes

In this episode of the debatably entertaining STAB! Program, John Morris Ross IV welcomes guests Christiana Dominguez, David Coleman and Jesse Jones to share their three different AIDS1N1, nine haiku about Cookie Monster dressed tragedy, Steven Langston’s anniversary haiku, their thoughts on nylon, Angelababy, Dord, the Brady Law, Benedict XVI, & Netherlands Ambassadors, craigslist sales …

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Jan 31

STAB! 209 – Curtis Victor

In this University of Michigan attending episode of STAB! John Morris Ross IV welcomes law students Alyssa Cowan, Grant Potter, David Coleman and Jesse Jones to share their four DOOVERs, twelve haiku about grey foxes stalking an old man, their thoughts on Pope Benedict XVI, NCAA Football, breast implants, Wendy’s, China, Germany, Jerry Lee Lewis, …

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Nov 21

STAB! 197 – Twenty-Four Skiddoos

A hearty hail and good day to all the ships at sea as you sail out with the winds of Uncle Sam’s big bourbony breathy on the back of your neck! Go out there and give them ol’ Adolph one on the kisser from all of us back home! In this star spangled episode of …

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