Watch a classic episode of MacGyver and then participate in a live podcast recording! It's all virtual, and it's all FREE!
DATE/TIME: Sun, Oct 4th @ 6:00pm ET
LINK TO JOIN: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82802876565
ABOUT THE EVENT
It's a livestreaming MacGyver party! Hang out with us on Zoom at 6pm ET on Sun, Oct 4th; we will be screening DEATHLOCK, a classic episode of MacGyver from the first season (wayyyy back in 1985).
Then, Nathan Hartswick & Annie Russell (co-hosts of the "Duct Tape & Paperclips" podcast) welcome comedian guest DeAnne Smith (Netflix) to record a live podcast breaking down the episode.
Plus, there will be surprise guests -- and the Zoom chat will be open the whole time, so you'll get to share YOUR opinions! Join us for this special throwback event!
Rated PG-13 for adult language and themes.
ABOUT THE SPECIAL GUEST
, a Canadian Comedy Award winner, has performed at Just for Laughs, JFL42, the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the New Zealand International Comedy Festival,
Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and the Iceland Comedy Festival to name afew. They've also been on TV all over the darn world, including on Last Comic Standing and The Late Late Show in the U.S., as well as in Canada, Australia and the UK. Their video “Straight Men, Step Your Game Up” has over 46 million views. Melbourne’s The Music calls their latest show, Post Joke Era, “a virtuoso display of smart, slick, silly brilliance — a metaphorical (and literal) mic-drop of a show,” giving it five stars, while the UK’s Chortle calls Smith “always relevant, but never reverent. The UK Telegraph says they are “Smart. Very funny. Effortless charm lets them get away with murder.” They've never actually murdered anyone. You can watch their half hour special, Gentleman Elf, on Netflix RIGHT NOW. Please do.
ABOUT DUCT TAPE & PAPERCLIPS
Duct Tape & Paperclips is a podcast featuring co-hosts and certified Gen-X/Y kids Nathan Hartswick & Annie Russell. The idea is simple: re-watch every episode of “MacGyver” to see how it holds up now. They break down each episode with comedian guests, play games and talk about growing up in the golden age of bad TV. New episodes drop every Monday wherever you get podcasts.