Kortney’s Last Show, EP 231: Selective Infidelity Rules, Bassett Hound Skills (Yanni Style), and Celtics vs. Cavs

KLS EP 231: 5.18.18 On this episode of The Last Show Podcast, Kortney talks Yanni or Laurel and if it’s actually useful to have the skills of a Bassett Hound. He also talksa bout J. Cole’s new album, the Royal Wedding, the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Tristian Thompson/Kardashian/Lamar Odom.       Enjoy the Podcast, Please […]

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 126: Colin Kaepernick stays seated & Gene Wilder

On this episode of the podcast I am joined by my brother for the first half of the show. We talk about Colin Kaepernick deciding to sit during the National Anthem (4:20) and wonder if things are getting better (34:12). We also pay our respect to Gene Wilder (43:39), discuss the MTV VMAs, what happened […]

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 125: Andrew Sleighter, Conversation About Comedy and Seattle Sports

*Note Explicit Language* On this episode of The Last Show I have a conversation with comedian, Andrew Sleighter. Andrew is a Los Angeles based comedian who started his career in Seattle. It was a great conversation in which we drift in between comedy and sports. Kortney and Andrew talk about doing comedy in Seattle, how […]

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 119: Kanye, Kim, and Taylor Swift & Melania Trump

On this episode of the podcast I’m back in the homeland, and by the homeland. I mean I’m back in Seattle. Using my microphone, and I have a Fully Loaded show. I wonder why people care to criticize the Republican National Convention. Why do we have such reverence for something that’s failing? It’s like fighting […]

Kortney’s Last Show, EP 47: Madonna Falls, Llamas on the loose, and What Color is the Dress

I open the podcast talking about Madonna Falling off stage (I actually open the show talking about someone owing me some money. I need my money). A while ago I talked about Busta Rhymes being too old to be hip-hopping, when he face planted into the second row of the crowd at a concert. Now we can add Madonna to the list of artist too old to be hip-hopping. After she fell on stage while wearing a cape. That’s right Madonna was wearing a cape.

I also talk about “What Color is the Dress” and those llamas that gripped the nation.

I close the show talking James Harden kicking LeBron James in the groin. He should have been thrown out of the game.


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Kortney’s Last Show Podcast, EP 29: NYC Harassment Video

It’s The Last Show Podcast: Episode 29. I talk about the LeBron James debut for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the hysteria Nike has started. I talk about the viral street harassment video, and I talk about how Chris Rock detonated a lack of tolerance bomb while hosting Saturday Night Live. So this week a video […]

Kanye West, a Bound 2 disaster…“That was Kim Kardashian?”

If you haven’t seen Kanye West’s new video Bound 2, you haven’t missed anything. You can easily find the video on the internet. But you can also keep downloading music through Limewire (the latter is more likely to lead to less viruses). Or if you’re so inclined, you can click on the embedded video below. […]

Kanye West Yeezus Concert Experience…”A Jesus was There!”


I went to see Kanye West, in Seattle, at his first stop on the Yeezus tour.

Note self: Don’t ever, ever ever ever ever, be the first stop on a tour again.


My Yeezus experience started off late. And by late I mean, the show was supposed to start at 8 o’ clock and the doors didn’t open until 8:30. Kendrick Lamar hit the stage at 10 0′ clock, and Kanye came out at 11:30. The show finally ended at 1:30 am, with me tired and confused. I actually wanted to write about this concert the day after the show, but I couldn’t stay awake. The only way I would have been able to write that night, is if that guy from A Clockwork Orange came to my house, and put clothes pins on my eye lids.


The whole Yeezus experience was confusing, creative, and entertaining. It was basically the personification of what Kanye West is.… Read More