Episode 38

Episode 38: That's Like 16,000 Slices of Pizza (Feat. Danielle Anderson)

Musician, improviser, and friend Danielle Anderson joins us for this week's mystery! Foster and David re-evaluate the advertising verbage for Audio Obscura while dogs and toilets create a cacophany. Foster flashes his money in our faces and asks to see what our tongues are doing. Danielle invents her meditation/business seminar: Namaste: You-Get-Paid and teaches us that women with short hair are more likely to get dog treats. Nursing homes begin competitive hoop-and-stick. Hungry-hungry-hippos becomes the newest rage game. Foster and Danielle went out there to play the game, they worked hard, did their best, and tried to win. Enjoy. #OccasionallyBamboo

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Audio Obscura
Improvisers David Martinez and Michael Foster challenge each other and special guests each week to an audio mystery: solve the source and subject from a series of audio clues over the course of the episode. Play with friends or on your own!

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David Martinez

David is a conservation biologist and science communicator. He's worked as an actor, improviser, biologist, and educator. He is also a former member of the KC Improv Company, and has performed improv around Kansas City and elsewhere.
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Michael Foster

Michael Foster is a voice actor, improviser, and podcaster from Kansas City, Missouri. He co-produces the Audio Obscura podcast as well as records voice over projects from his home studio. When the world isn't a terrible disaster movie, you can find him performing regularly with the KC Improv Company.