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November 1, 2016

Episode 295: Existo (1999)

Special Guests: Coke Sams, Bruce Arntson, J. Clarke Gallivan, Justin Lloyd
Guest Co-Hosts: Skizz Cyzyk, Scott Calonico

In Coke Sams's Existo (1999), the Moral Majority runs the U.S. while artists like Existo () and Maxine (Jackie Welch) hide out in The Sewer, an underground club run by Colette Watchuwill (Gailard Sartain).

Brought to us by some of the folks behind the Ernest films, Bruce Arntson, Coke Sams, and J. Clarke Gallivan, Existo is a hyperbolic, hysterical musical that is perfect viewing for this election cycle.

Skizz Cyzyk and Scott Calonico join Mike to discuss Existo as well as the Ernest P. Worrell (Jim Varney) phenomenon.

Download Episode Now:

Buy Hey Vern, It's Ernest!: The Complete Series on DVD
Buy The Importance of Being Ernest: The Life of Actor Jim Varney (Stuff that Vern doesn't even know) by Justin Lloyd
Visit the Doyle & Debbie website
Listen to Scott Calonico's This is the President podcast
Visit the Hey Vern, It's Ernest! website
Listen to the Ernest Goes to Podcast

"White Bread Poodle" - Existo Soundtrack
"Mighty Love Thang" - Existo Soundtrack
"Do Me" - Existo Soundtrack
"Hey Vern, It's Ernest" - Theme Song
"Fuckin-A" - Existo Soundtrack
"Sewer of Love" - Existo Soundtrack
"Hoop Hoop" - Existo Soundtrack


1 comment:

  1. I just started looking around for Ernest ephemera and came across a posting of the DR. OTTO fantasy that immediately pre-dated the Ernest series. Check out the opening theme song, lol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Av6Alx-oNVU