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EPISODE 22: SEASON 1 EPISODE 8

All hail BeBe The First!  It’s the crowning and Katie, Janine and Alex now know what pretty much everyone else does: BeBe won!  Hear us revel in her win, not call Rebecca a bitch even though we totally could call her a bitch, pronuciate all crappity and survive the end of the world.  Cowabunga loca! - (music: http://www.bensound.com)

Podcast: The Shade of it All “Episode 11: Paris Is Burning” with Janine BritoAlex Koll and Katie Compa. Special Guest: Christian Cintron. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here

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EPISODE 11: Paris Is Burning

This week continues our “Summer Tuckin’” series with one of the most important movies in the drag canon: the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning.  Guest Christian Cintron returns to explore the heavy personal and political themes of the film with us, while still finding time to discuss the “Occupy Backrolls” movement, Dude Zumba and drop some mind-blowing post-filming secrets! - (music: http://www.bensound.com)

THIS IS HAPPENING #LIVINGSINGLE #BAYAREACOMEDY

Podcast: The Shade of it All “Episode Two: Season 6, Episode 9” with Janine Brito, Alex Koll and Katie Compa. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here

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EPISODE TWO: Season 6 Episode 9

Alex, Katie and Janine FREAK THE FOX OUT over the chaos of Episode 9 and try to sort through the resulting rubble of Cher’s aircraft carriers, questionable halloween costumes and #meatytucks.

Courting Sketchfest: “American Woman” by Katie Compa. Recorded Live at Stage Werx. (via RooftopComedy)

Courting Sketchfest: “Growing Up Without Barbie” by Katie Compa. Recorded Live at Stage Werx. (via RooftopComedy)

Courting Sketchfest: “White Liberal Parents” by Katie Compa. Recorded Live at Stage Werx. (via RooftopComedy)

Courting Sketchfest: “Rooftop Comedy Showcase(s) @ Stage Werx)” by Jennifer Berge.

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Katie Compa (“The Little Chihuahua… fried plantain and black bean… CARNITIAS”) [41 Days]

Well, even if it’s hilarious, I can’t abide the thought of an inedible burrito. What a cruel joke. In general, I’m not crazy about very many things that I can’t eat (other people’s food, IKEA furniture, Republicans, etc).
I also have almost no tolerance for spicy food which really cramps my style on the hot sauce/salsa front. 
With these caveats in mind, my ideal burrito:
First off, it’s from The Little Chihuahua. (I went 3 times in a week last time I was out.) One of their finest bougie burritos (or as Ivan put it in that video of us that you posted back in 2010, “Arcade Fire doing a cover of La Bamba”)— probably the fried plantain and black bean burrito, because it beats out the garlic shrimp burrito for its capacity to taste amazing with some muthafuckin’ carnitas. CARNITAS!!! (Sometimes I yell it out my window in NYC, just like that. So far, no carnitas have appeared.) And copious amounts of chips, of course.

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Katie Compa (“The Little Chihuahua… fried plantain and black bean… CARNITIAS”[41 Days]

Well, even if it’s hilarious, I can’t abide the thought of an inedible burrito. What a cruel joke. In general, I’m not crazy about very many things that I can’t eat (other people’s food, IKEA furniture, Republicans, etc).

I also have almost no tolerance for spicy food which really cramps my style on the hot sauce/salsa front. 

With these caveats in mind, my ideal burrito:

First off, it’s from The Little Chihuahua. (I went 3 times in a week last time I was out.) One of their finest bougie burritos (or as Ivan put it in that video of us that you posted back in 2010, “Arcade Fire doing a cover of La Bamba”)— probably the fried plantain and black bean burrito, because it beats out the garlic shrimp burrito for its capacity to taste amazing with some muthafuckin’ carnitas. CARNITAS!!! (Sometimes I yell it out my window in NYC, just like that. So far, no carnitas have appeared.) And copious amounts of chips, of course.

Courting Sketchfest: “Getting Set Up” by Katie Compa