Sock Talk Episode 64: It Doesn’t Matter

Episode Runtime: 1:14:00
Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Phil Healy and Jon Caron, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, chat, argue, laugh, and love. It’s the beginning of the end. Listen, won’t you?

Music intro and outro: Provided by The Blues Dream Box

If you’d like to donate to Sock Talk Jon’s animated project you can do so here: www.patreon.com/progenitor

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Jon Caron Art

Sock Talk Goes To TerrifiCon

Episode Runtime: 00:17:42

Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! In this snippet, Sock Talk Phil, one of the producers and directors of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, interviews Mitch Hallock. Mitch is the organizer of one of Connecticut’s biggest comic conventions, TerrifiCon. It’s a bit nerdy and perhaps a bit more sincere than Sock Talk Phil would’ve liked, but he did it. He did it and you need to love him for it! Also, please forgive him for soundy ASMR-ish in the outro.

Music intro and outro: Provided by Glow Power

If you’d like to donate to Sock Talk Jon’s animated project you can do so here: www.patreon.com/progenitor

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design

Sock Talk Podcast Episode 63: This is the End

Episode Runtime: 1:26:32
Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Phil Healy and Jon Caron, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, start the slow, painful slog to the shows ultimate demise. Or possible rebirth. Either way, it all ends with Episode 69.

Music intro and outro: Provided by Timothy Fife (Progenitor Soundtrack)

If you’d like to donate to Sock Talk Jon’s animated project you can do so here: www.patreon.com/progenitor

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design

Sock Talk Podcast Episode 62: Grandma’s Peach Tea

Episode Runtime: 1:29:13
Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Phil Healy and Jon Caron, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, come back after a two month long hiatus and discuss the vibrant and colorful world of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Hugs!

Music intro and outro: Provided by Timothy Fife (Progenitor Soundtrack)

If you’d like to donate to Sock Talk Jon’s animated project you can do so here: www.patreon.com/progenitor

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design

Sock Talk Podcast Episode 61: Take a Risk On LaChance

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Episode Runtime: 1:40:02
Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Phil Caron and Jon Healy, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, welcome to the show master artist, Jeff LaChance and we discuss all things art! Art sadness, art happiness, Art Garfunkel…

Also, if you’d like to donate to Sock Talk Jon’s animated project you can do so here: www.patreon.com/progenitor

Music intro and outro: Provided by Derailer

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design

Sock Talk Podcast Episode 59: A Train Derailed

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Episode Runtime: 1:53:50
Episode Summary:

Welcome back to Sock Talk! This week Jon Caron and Phil Healy, the producers of the documentary  “My Name Is Jonah”, baby-sit the kids from ‘The Hype Train’ podcast. Listen in as the kids prattle on about nonsense as Jon stews in his curmudgeonry. Phil’s then left to try to pull it all together, but, in typical fashion, fails. It all comes together in the end, however, when everyone learns a life lesson. Enjoy!

Music intro and outro: Provided by Safer Bombs

Phil Healy Website: I Hunger Productions
Jon Caron Website: Asylum Studios Photography + Design

Wiseau Wisdom: A Car Ride With The Room’s Tommy Wiseau

Sock Talk, minus Jon because of a squatting accident/incident, talks with their good buddy and past guest Jason Dubinsky about his weird experience driving Tommy Wiseau to and from the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX. It’s, as Jason puts it, everything you thought it would be and maybe a little more.

Therefore, be prepared to have you mind-pussy finger-banged by the dauntingly deranged digits of this depressingly popular dullard as we all bask in the glory that our celebration of his eccentricities is only making the state of popular entertainment worse. All in all, it’s good fun and you’ll wonder what the hell is going on in that loon’s noggin. Of course, I’m talking about Wiseau. Jason is and will always be a delight.

Enjoy!