Touché El Douché

Ted L. Dewshay was born in a small wood cabin (twice) in a time when such achievements were not taken lightly, but orally.  Taken to the streets rather than be from them, the vistas widened as L-Dew grew out of a desperate need to age, each year giving himself a sillier nickname.  Seventy two hundred thirty million years later, and just when you thought it was safe to go surfing on a black hole, the remains of this man, who crawled through space to get there, are re-assembled through the cosmos as audio wave forms, and when the head-hurtingly loud pierce screams are re-interpreted by our conscience here in what we jokingly call 'modern day,' it sounds less like a Throbbing Gristle outtake and more like three guys talking about movies and politics.  Key word: 'like.'

Hosted by: James Edward Williams • Shawn McBee • Trevor Thompson

Produced by: Trevor Thompson

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TED Episode 94 - In a World of Pure Discrimination

Released on Wednesday, August 31st 2016 @ 11:08PM

This week’s show is full of goodbyes, friends. We said goodbye to Jimie (who will presumably be back next week) when he could not be found on Skype. We said goodbye (again) to Mike Peter and his IRN (Internet Radio Network) and, like the rest of the world, we said goodbye to the wonderful Gene Wilder. Also this week, Trevor got an awesome haircut by telling the girl at Supercuts to ‘make me fuckable.’ Hardly seems relevant, though.


TED Episode 93 - Was The N Word Being Bandied About?

Released on Wednesday, August 24th 2016 @ 2:49PM

Jimie’s daughter is suing him for millions, you guys. This leads to war stories from making his movie The Process, which Shawn, Trevor and Janine worked on. And then, before the break, we talk Jon Voight interactions, broken mic stands, and Howard Stern, who apparently hates podcasts. Then, Shawn learns about World Star Hip Hop, Trevor laments the loss of Star Trax, and the two start to do tech talk about equipment needed to do the show with video and going live, a subject that puts Jimie to sleep.


TED Last Episode Ever.... of a Sunday

Released on Sunday, August 21st 2016 @ 12:23PM

We're moving! TED is going from Sundays to Wednesdays. HUMP DAY BITCHES! You'll probably agree that we'll sound better on Wednesdays, so be sure to come back here in three days for an all new show! In the meantime, click above for a bonus feature.


TED Episode 92 - Still Got Caught (Still Got Caught)

Released on Sunday, August 14th 2016 @ 12:59AM

Suicide Squad came out last week. Shawn and Jimie saw it. Jimie hated it and Shawn loved it. Trevor was also present during the conversation, as he is wont to be. Then when they came back from break, Trevor felt he must talk some more, so he asked Shawn and Jimie a question about Trump and democracy, and they spent the rest of the show answering that question as Trevor occasionally made jokes and played drops. Unlike previous episodes.


TED Episode 91 - Did You Get That Thing I Sent You?

Released on Sunday, August 7th 2016 @ 12:16PM

Last week was a No Show because Shawn was a no show. He and Trevor got into an argument on Facebook and Shawn was so mad that he sat the week out. The first half of the show is them defending themselves while Jimie moderates by being contrary. Second half of the show is sex positions of fat people, Stranger Things, Fawlty Towers, Trainwreck, stand up comedy movies, Kurt Russell and Michael Douglas’s brief stint at Disney, and finally, the art of real in movies vs. the feeling of real in movies.


TED No Show 10 - It Is Claimed In Victory

Released on Sunday, July 31st 2016 @ 10:17AM

The DNC is taking over the world, both yours and ours, so we don’t have a new podcast for this week, so it’s No Show time, this one recorded back in April. Shawn, Trevor and Jimie talk about everything from Game of Thrones (this was back when Trevor hadn’t seen a single episode), being a dad, how much intelligence is a part of creativity, and the good and bad sides of street performing. And the blooming of a young Lindsay Lohan.


TED Episode 90 - Turks Vs. Jerks: Dawn Of Social Justice

Released on Sunday, July 24th 2016 @ 12:14PM

This year’s Republican National Convention was the most, just the most. It was the battle ground for two internet journalists, Alex Jones (InfoWars) and The Young Turks. Also, Jon Stewart took over Colbert’s Late Show desk to show how Fox News doesn’t care about politics, so much as being Republicans. It’s pretty political, so Shawn, Trevor and Jimie talk about the internet’s ruining of Ghostbusters, and Leslie Jones leaving Twitter. Also, this is the first time Jimie joins via Skype and not a crappy phone connection, so I guess the show’s growing.


TED Episode 89 - Last Comic Stroking (Bustin' Makes Them Feel Good)

Released on Sunday, July 17th 2016 @ 9:52AM

Marc Summers owns Double Dare and Nickelodeon doesn’t care. Also? Comedian Jen Kirkman claims that another fellow comic (who she doesn’t name but is more than likely, by her description, Louis CK) made her watch as he masturbated. Shawn and Trevor also talk a little bit about the new Ghostbusters, Game of Thrones and also try, unsuccessfully, to contact the outside world (by way of The Vaglica Show) and some jerk-off on Yelp. Spoilers: it goes nowhere.


TED Episode 88 - Noah's Lark

Released on Sunday, July 10th 2016 @ 3:04PM

Jimie missed a great episode. Shawn brings a story to the show about a rich Christian who recreated Noah’s Ark.... after 6 years and several million dollars, which shows... a great level of faith? The duo also discuss rock stars getting in trouble when their lyrics are misinterpreted, a sketch comedy show Shawn and Trevor shot and pitched to Comedy Central in the 90s and the details of some little show no one’s heard of called Game of Thrones.


TED No Show 9 - Independence Day

Released on Monday, July 4th 2016 @ 12:21AM

Shawn and Trevor spend Independence Day Weekend discussing the failed filming of the second episode of Trevor Yells At Rich People’s Houses with Janine, stop motion animation and Coraline, the Power Glove and The Wizard, and stories of nerdy kid life. The show ends featuring Shawn’s Gollum impression vs. Trevor’s Bane impression and a lengthy discussion about the newspaper comics via Calvin and Hobbes.


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