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 57 - Nameless And Shameless

Released on Sunday, October 18th 2015 @ 2:55PM

Something about Trevor not wanting to celebrate his birthday and Shawn’s battle with Verizon continues? I dunno. You know how sometimes when someone is introducing a performer or speaker to an audience, they might say, ‘this next performer needs no introduction...’ and then they give an introduction? That’s silly. Anyway, this next podcast needs no description. Here it is.


TED Episode 56 - Fat And Fired

Released on Sunday, October 11th 2015 @ 5:04PM

It hasn’t been a good week for Trevor, who lost two jobs in two days. Shawn questions if there isn’t a way for Trevor to turn his inability to keep a job into a job. While looking for new work, Trevor comes across a voice-over workshop that turns out to just be a scam connected to a personal cell phone number. Trevor also talks briefly about seeing two of his comedy heroes, John Cleese and Eric Idle, perform locally in Sarasota. It was jolly good, lads.


TED No Show 4 - This Call May Be Recorded For Training Porpoises

Released on Sunday, October 4th 2015 @ 11:58AM

Trevor went to see John Cleese and Eric Idle on the only day he and Shawn have available to do a regular TED. So it’s time for a No Show! First, we hear Trevor’s guest spot on Loutopia, Lou Angelwolf’s podcast on IRN. Then, we hear the final phone call from Trevor’s old boss at Domino’s who is also a crackhead. Allegedly.


TED Episode 55 - Throw One Million Moms From The Train

Released on Sunday, September 27th 2015 @ 12:31PM

The new ‘adult’ Muppet show premiered this week on ABC and angered a bunch of idiots who feel a sense of entitlement because they shot a kid down the baby shoot and go by the collective name One Million Moms. Shawn and Trevor, avid Muppet fans, reviewed the first episode and did the stunningly easy job of pointing out how frivolous and uninformed the One Million Moms’ protest is.


TED Episode 54 - Professor Racism And De Sebben Debate

Released on Sunday, September 20th 2015 @ 1:00PM

The debate about the 1940s cartoon ‘Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs’ continues, now with the company of TED regular Jimie Wiliams in his new role, Professor Racism: The Great Niggerologist. Because sometimes you need to consult your black friends, people. Then in the second half of the show, Trevor tells his story about why he quit working at Domino’s and how he had to get a police escort just to receive his final check.


TED Episode 53 - Surgically Granted Vagina

Released on Sunday, September 13th 2015 @ 2:36PM

There’s just so much to talk about, you guys. Daffy Duck vs. Sylvester, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, things, other things, Space Jam 2, transgendered boys in girls’ rooms, a brief mention of Kim Davis, the cunty clerk who refused to grant a gay marriage in Kentucky and Trevor‘s right eye watering uncontrollably. But instead, all Shawn and Trevor talk about is needlepoint.


TED Episode 52 - Darby O'Gill And De Sebben Dwarfs

Released on Monday, September 7th 2015 @ 12:45PM

With the world being what it is today, you’d swear writing descriptions for podcasts was the most glamorous thing you could do with a computer. And you’d be right. Shawn and Trevor talk about a lot of things, including the death of Dean Jones, animated racism and Trevor’s depression. Ray of fucking sunshine this one.


TED Episode 51 - Boxers Or Beliefs

Released on Sunday, August 30th 2015 @ 2:26PM

Comedian Lou Angelwolf comes back to the show for a second time and it’s just as much fun as the first. (Episode 42: A Trip To Loutopia) Lou, Shawn and Trevor talk about everything from fun sex stories and physical fighting to the more spiritual side of science and Atheism.


TED Episode 50 - Ain't Where You From It's Where You Atlanta

Released on Monday, August 24th 2015 @ 2:03AM

Trevor comes to visit Shawn in Atlanta, where he works as a graphic artist for film and television. There’s a lot to say about this episode, so hurry up and listen before you say anything. You wouldn’t want to interrupt yourself.


TED Episode 49 - The Fantastic Bore

Released on Sunday, August 16th 2015 @ 4:29PM

This week’s show is devoted to The Fantastic Four. The awful new movie, the good enough old ones and the surprisingly serviceable and entertaining Roger Corman version. The internet hated the new one so much that Trevor felt he had to see it. Shawn hated it and Trevor didn’t understand why, so he watched the original ones (where Jessica Alba cockteases everyone but we get a naked Silver Surfer), and also the never released Roger Corman one that was filmed in 1994. That’s four Four movies. Hilarity ensued.


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