Joe Hendel invites his friend Liam McMullan to join him in the commentary on the latest news.
Ray Weiss stops by Joe's music room for a bit of Peanut Butter & Jam with Ray on guitar and vocals, Joe on keyboard and Liam McMullan on umbrella.
Liam McMullan and Shaggy open the first episode of the second season of The Latest Show on Earth with a bit of 4th of July fireworks we filmed in DUMBO, Brooklyn and give a quick catch up on what happened in the world since the last episode of season 1.
Shaggy and Nick open the show with their comments on the latest news including Lil Wayne's son, Piper Palin, Michael Jackson, Proposition K, drugs found in ancient mummies' hair, India, the Moon, Yeti footprints, cute zoo babies and... Liam McMullan.
Liam and Shaggy welcome their friend David A. Schneider to talk about the latest news including oil price drop, Iraq, John Edwards, Dick Cheney, global warming and pet owners' electoral preferences.
Liam and Shaggy close the show with the exclusive video of Diego Garcia's (formerly of Elefant) first performance in two years - a new band and a summer song at the first night of Diego's rehearsal residency at the Bowery Hotel.
Liam and Shaggy open the show with a bit of news commentary on topics including salmonella, Iran missiles, oil, John McCain, peacekeepers in Sudan, Bronx Zoo, Jesse Jackson, Barack Obama, Abu Dhabi and the Chrysler Building.
Liam and Shaggy go around the East Village offering people a chance to exercise their freedom of speech in this season's first installment of Soapbox Derby.
Liam and Shaggy close the show with the world premiere puppet music video of Andrew W.K. and Edgar having lots of fun with Andrew's hit song "We Want Fun".
Liam and Shaggy start the show with the latest news stories including Mila Kunis, Sgt. Pepper, Robert Downey, Jr., John McCain, oil prices and thrift stores.
Stephanie Wei gives 3 questions to participants of the silent rave in New York's Union Square.
Liam and Shaggy close the show with the world premiere puppet music video of Stephin Merritt and Edgar performing The Magnetic Fields' song "The Book of Love".