Brought to you by the producers of the famous O. Henry Pun-Off World Championships in Austin, TX. A wordplay game show from the people responsible for the granddaddy of all pun competitions.

If you want to join us in the punnery, send an email to episode8@punintensive.com and talk to us.

  • Do you have good advice about St. Patrick's Day?
  • Do you've any good camera puns?
  • Can you make a list of puns on one word that exceeds 25?

Today's panelists are:

A really cool part of today's show was our very special guest, David Wyde, who puns at open mics, with friends, and to people at parties who unwitty-ingly make eye contact. He has competed at Seattle's Pundamonium and Austin's O. Henry Pun-Off.

He once rendered a bar full of comedy seekers completely silent, in a head-to-head pun-off on hospitals: "My voice keeps going up and down; I think I have an inflection."
 
David sprinkled puns throughout his talk on web cookies at the DefCon hacker conference, but they're too crumby to include here. As a software engineer and an official chess master, he tries to avoid The Mate-Tricks.

 

And don't forget to remember that the next O. Henry Pun-Off World Championship is in Austin on May 11th, 2019. We also want to give special thanks to the band Dark Meat, whose music ("When the Killers Came") we use for interstitials.

We'll see you in a week!

If you want to join us in the punnery, send an email to episode7@punintensive.com and talk to us.

  • Do you have good advice about Spring Break?
  • Questions about Pundamonium?
  • Do you pun in chunks?

Today's panelists are:

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A really cool part of today's show was our very special guest, David Wyde, who puns at open mics, with friends, and to people at parties who unwitty-ingly make eye contact. He has competed at Seattle's Pundamonium and Austin's O. Henry Pun-Off.

He once rendered a bar full of comedy seekers completely silent, in a head-to-head pun-off on hospitals: "My voice keeps going up and down; I think I have an inflection."
 
David sprinkled puns throughout his talk on web cookies at the DefCon hacker conference, but they're too crumby to include here. As a software engineer and an official chess master, he tries to avoid The Mate-Tricks.

 

And don't forget to remember that the next O. Henry Pun-Off World Championship is in Austin on May 11th, 2019. We also want to give special thanks to the band Dark Meat, whose music ("When the Killers Came") we use for interstitials.

We'll see you next week with more!

If you want to join us in the punnery, send an email to episode5@punintensive.com and talk to us.

  • Do you have good advice about charities?
  • Have you found a shoe in your soup?
  • Do you have questions about "What is a pun?"

Today's panelists are:

  • Aaron Fasel
  • Bill Crider
  • Dav Wallace
  • David Gugenheim
  • Gary Hallock

Bonus question: Do you know why we've named these episodes the way we have?

Remember that the next O. Henry Punoff is in Austin on May 11th, 2019, and we also want to give special thanks to the band Dark Meat, whose music ("When the Killers Came") we use for interstitials.

We'll see you next week with more!

Welcome back from the Winter Break! This week you'll laugh, you'll cry, & you'll even groan.

This week's episode features:

  • Aaron Fasel
  • Bill Crider
  • Dav Wallace
  • David Gugenheim
  • Gary Hallock

Remember that the next O. Henry Punoff is in Austin on May 11th, 2019, and we also want to give special thanks to the band Dark Meat, whose music ("When the Killers Came") we use for interstitials.

We'll see you next week with more!