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# 36B: "Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast" (Part 2 of 2)

58:34 minutes (53.63 MB)

In the conclusion of "Columbus 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast", a look on the events that took place during Bicentennial Weekend (February 10-14, 2012) in Columbus. Also discussed, the "Friday Night Massacre", and more Columbus history.

# 36A: "Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast" (Part 1 of 2)

58:41 minutes (53.73 MB)

Tonight on the Show, # 36A: "Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast", originally broadcast on January 30, 2012.

Sweet Freedom's Song: Celebrating Our History (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)

58:46 minutes (53.8 MB)

Tonight on "The DJBC Happy Hour Classic", "Sweet Freedom's Song: Celebrating Our History" takes a look at July Fourth Events throughout town, during the Columbus Bicentennial Fourth of July. Plus, Thomas Jefferson, a striking COTA bus driver, the Doo Dah Parade, and the Fireworks Mix on "The DJBC Happy Hour Classic."

Happy ComFest Week!

Happy Anniversary....Again

59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at the last 12 months of the show with the Best of the show talking about Networking, talking about Politics, talking about Sports, talking about Columbus's Bicentennial, and talking with Biff and Raff.

KEY EVENTS mentioned in tonight's how:
- Volunteer UA Expo (Wednesday from 10-8PM; Upper Arlington Main Library on Tremont Rd., opposite the Tremont Center)
- Earth Day Columbus (Worksites- Saturday & Sunday and Celebration on April 27;
- Harmony Project Volunteer Week (April 21-27 along Livingston Avenue Streetcar District corridor between Parsons & Nelson;
- Ohio Young Professionals Weekend (April 26 @ Gateway Film Center & April 27 starting at Columbus Commons; Multi-Group Mixer also April 26, but @ Kildare's Irish Pub at South Campus Gateway;

And...The State of the Show Address (which was left off the cutting room floor of tonight's show):

- When The DJBC Happy Hour Facebook Page gets to 200 likes, the theme(s) for the February 3 & 17, 2014 weeks will be revealed.

Goodbye '12, Hello '13, Hello New Year's- Part 2

59:03 minutes (54.08 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back on the show in 2012, plus recalling the city's Bicentennial.

- Top 10 Fake PSA's of the Year
- Top 10 Bicentennial Sketches
- Top 10 Overall Sketches of the Year
- Top 10 Bicentennial Moments of the Bicentennial
- Top 10 Local News Stories of 2012

Don't forget to Vote to select what show will be re-broadcast on January 21 & 28. (Voting ends on January 18)

LINK to the Survey:

Options (in order of airing):
- The 11th Annual Bryan Awards (from August 22 & 29, 2011)
- Columbus: 1812-2012 (aired on January 30 & February 6, 2012; A preview of the Columbus Bicentennial, heading into the 200Columbus Bicentennial Weekend of February 10-14, 2012)
- Songs from 1976 (aired on May 7 & 14, 2012; Songs made famous in 1976, the year of the American Bicentennial)
- Let's Make A Decision Already (aired on October 29, 2012; if selected, would re-air on January 21; the big preview of the 2012 Presidential Election) and We Made A Decision Already (aired on November 12, 2012; if selected, would re-air on January 28; a recap of the 2012 Presidential Election)

The Ghosts of Columbus Past

58:38 minutes (53.67 MB)

idUS: A Meeting of the Creative Minds (REVISED with Political Corner)

58:05 minutes (53.18 MB)

A Revised Version of "idUS: A Meeting of the Columbus Creative Class"...

Remaining idUS events include:
- FFOCOL (tonight through Thursday at the Gateway Film Center)
- Innovate Columbus with Dr. Richard Florida, Dr. Sir Ken Robinson, and Dr. Jeff Dyer (Thursday at TechColumbus)
- CoLab (Saturday at TechColumbus)
- TEDX (Wednesday at COSI)
- The Creative Mind with Sergio Marchione & John C. Jay (Monday at the Wexner Center)

Fake Commercials/Promos this week:
- Columbus Innovation (from 1984)
- Saturday Night in Columbus (from 1955)

Song This Week:
- Excerpt from "Columbus- Super Sexy City" from The 12th Annual Bryan Awards (broadcast during the third hour of the ceremony)

Political Corner talks about Early Voting and recaps Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney (R, Massachusetts) latest visit to Westerville. The first of three Presidential Debates in Wednesday at 9PM ET (from Denver). The Ohio U.S. Senate Debate is October 18th.

Upcoming DJBC Happy Hours:
- Next Week: "The Ghosts of Columbus Past" (abridged) plus Another Political Corner
- October 15: "Networking 102" (abridged) plus Political Corner
- October 22: Halloween-themed show plus Political Corner
- October 29: Election Preview
- November 5: Tribute to Hal David/Andy Williams/Marvin Hamlisch (could be abridged to accommodate another Political Corner)
- November 12: Election Recap
- November 19: Thanksgiving Show/Ohio State-Michigan Preview II

Emmy Award Leftovers + idUS Preview

59:25 minutes (54.41 MB)

LIVE on the DJBC Happy Hour, the Emmy Awards- Who Won and Who Lost; Biff and Raff give their two cents in on Red Carpet Fashion

Emmy Awards Blog:
Leftovers to tonight's show:

And a preview of idUS- September 28 through October 8 in Columbus (


Emmy Winners:
*- Announced on Sept. 15 at the Creative Arts Emmys
Series: Modern Family (ABC)- first ABC THREE-peat Comedy Series since 1981
Actor: Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men, CBS)- second actor with Lead & Supporting Actor Comedy Emmys
Actress: Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep, HBO)- first actor with three Emmys for regular roles in three different Comedies
Supporting Actor: Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family, ABC)
Supporting Actress: Julie Bowen (Modern Family, ABC)
Writing: Louis C.K. (Louie, "Pregnant", F/X)
Directing: Steven Levitan (Modern Family, "Baby on Board", ABC)
Guest Actor: Jimmy Fallon (Saturday Night Live, NBC)*
Guest Actress: Kathy Bates (Two and a Half Men, CBS)*

Reality Series: Undercover Boss (CBS)*
Reality-Competition Program: The Amazing Race (CBS)
Reality Host: Tom Bergeron (Dancing with the Stars, ABC)

Variety Series: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)- Ricky Gervais, when presenting the Emmy said, "Oh no, not again" sentiments exactly, # 10 in a row for the Comedy Central late night staple
Variety Special: The Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)*
Special Class Special: The 65th Annual Tony Awards (CBS)*
Series Writing: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Writing Team (Comedy Central)*
Series Directing: Don Roy King (Saturday Night Live, "Mick Jagger", NBC)*
Special Writing: Louis CK (Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theatre, F/X)

The 12th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 3 of 3)

59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

The third and final part of the 12th Annual Bryan Awards.
11 more categories are revealed.
27) Supporting Actor in a TV Movie/Miniseries
28) Supporting Actress in a TV Movie/Miniseries
29) Writing in a TV Movie/Miniseries
30) Directing in a TV Movie/Miniseries
31) Lead Actress in a TV Movie/Miniseries
32) Lead Actor in a TV Movie/Miniseries
33) Outstanding Daytime Drama
34) Outstanding Made for TV Movie/Miniseries
35) Outstanding New Series
36) Best Comedy Series
37) Best Drama Series

NOTE: On September 17, the 2012 Silver Garbage Awards will air LIVE at 8PM.
Categories for That: Worst Comedy, Worst Drama, Worst New Show, Worst Reality Show, Worst Actor (Comedy), Worst Actress (Comedy), Worst Actor (Drama), Worst Actress (Drama), Worst Supporting Actor (Comedy), Worst Supporting Actress (Comedy), Worst Supporting Actor (Drama), Worst Supporting Actress (Drama), and Worst Spin-Off or Remake


3:45 minutes (3.43 MB)
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