Men in Charge

  • Hosted by Tony Flinn, Kevin Decker

A series from the creative genius of Tony Flinn and Kevin Decker

Season 6, Episode 13: Cavalcade of Lipids!

20 hours ago

Season 6, Episode 12: The Ongoing Threat of the Man Bun

Dec 3, 2017

The crusade against unnecessary male head hair continues with Tony’s and Kevin’s invectives against the “man bun” and—shockingly—it is revealed that now WOMEN are wearing them. Get ready to relax with “Belva Mulvahill, Guided Meditation Reader,” whose soothing dulcet tones will guarantee that you’re slipping below the waves of consciousness and into the realm of jellyfish and sharks in no time at all. Then it’s “High and Lonesome,” a musical treat from Mark Graham and Orville Johnson.

Season 6, Episode 11: The All OSHA Fourth of July Episode

Nov 26, 2017

As the title indicates, this is Men in Charge’s first 4th of July holiday-themed episode, celebrating the New America’s corporate-owned Occupational Health and Safety Agency (OSHA), or whatever those letters stand for. What’s important is that we can all feel a little safer, or at least more obedient, knowing that Monsanto is smiling benignly/predatorily down on all of us now.

Season 6, Episode 10: The Neck Beard Episode

Nov 19, 2017

If you’ve got a neck beard, then this episode is NOT for you—literally. Stop reading now, please. For those whose Adam's apple is as clean-shaven as a baby’s bottom, this episode starts off with an angst-ridden look at the world of “Johnny Hambone, Library Bouncer.” His love affair with the stridently indifferent Lurleen is not to be. We hear from our sponsor, Stained Apron, providing a box of different random meat chunks by mail to make dinners easier.

Season 6, Episode 9: A Dan Blanche Christmas

Nov 12, 2017

This is Men in Charge’s first official Christmas episode, broadcast for the first time well before Christmas to give you plenty of time to shop. Dan Blanche, the longest-serving adjunct writing instructor at Lower Heights Community College, agrees to house-sit over Christmas for ruthless career advisor Brian Feldon and his (Brian’s) girlfriend, Zoë, for whom he (Dan) has an inappropriate affection. What follows is, inevitably, filled with gun play, calling 911, zip ties, betrayal, drunkenness, and eventual arrest.