Carl’s been wanting to do this episode for some time…so here it is. Plants! Trees! Trees! Plants! We need them. They help keep the air we breath clean. They provide food. They’re beautiful. And they’re fun to plant! Just ask Carl. And just listen here.
There was some hesitation to do an episode about our current pandemic/quarantine reality. But one of the main reasons for starting The Carl & Daddy Show in 2019 was to document what was happening in Carl’s life at specific times. And while some listeners might be tired of reading/talking about COVID-19, it’s our reality nonetheless. Here’s what two months of quarantine has been like from the perspective of a precocious 5-year-old. Listen from a responsible distance right here.
A very serious The Carl & Daddy Show, where we discuss the original Star Wars trilogy. And perhaps answer the most important question of our time: Which is better: Empire, or Jedi? Find out here.
Mother’s Day is coming up, so Carl and Daddy pay tribute to our mommies, and mommies everywhere. Right here.
A new episode of The Carl & Daddy Show is here! Right here. We talk about our favorite show, which should be your favorite show, too.
It’s finally here! In digital form! For you! We started doing “The Carl & Daddy Show” on a tape recorder in, probably, November of 2019–the world’s first and only analog podcast! (OK, probably not). Actually, it was just a way to document my inquisitive and funny 4-year-old son Carl (now 5), as we talked about all sorts of topics. I don’t want to spoil too much, since we cover all of this in our digital debut.
This new version will not be unlike its analog predecessor: Recorded live–including the theme song–one take, and usually lasting about 5-10 minutes. Maybe once this thing gets huge, we’ll up the production…but I doubt it. You can listen to Ep. 1 below. And find new weekly episodes every Monday in the “Podcasts” section.
OK, enough blather…come along on the maiden voyage of The Carl & Daddy Show, and find out how it all started: With an old Jensen tape recorder, a brick of blank TDK cassettes and a dream…oh, and Carl and Daddy.