Zombies on Trial! WZMB Zombie Radio Show Ep. 62 “The Trail of the Century”

Zombies on trial; Does eating the Judge’s brain qualify as Contempt of Court? Or is brain-eating actually the sincerest for of flattery? If Zombies are “Exhibit A”, how do you present that to the jury, without guaranteeing a verdict of “Brains”? So many questions, Jazz Fans– but maybe you’ll find some of the answers by listening to the exciting new Episode of Zombie Radio Show!

Click Here to hear WZMB Zombie Radio Show Ep. 62!

It’s not always this exciting here at WZMB. Sure, we’ve had guests die on the show, and we’ve mopped up our share of entrails. We’ve had seven “Let’s scrape the brains off the sound board” pizza parties so far this year! But there’s also time to kick back with some scotch, play some tunes, and get all mellow. But not this week! This week, thanks to the evil machinations of copyright law and intellectual property, yours truly Jimmy Rudolph was forced to earn his broadcast salary. It’s not every week that a bigshot like Noreen Krill goes on trial for zombifying the city, and when you are trying to round up new viewers by broadcasting said trial, and when you are unfairly cut off from the live feed, just because you were caught hacking into it, you have to think on your feet– or in my case, you have to think on your voice. If you need a face to go along with that voice, click the image below to see the video adaptation of Zombie Radio Show!

I’ve often delighted my fellow party guests with my uncanny impersonations– Jack Benny, Jimmy Stewart, and Rich Little when he’s impersonating Jack Benny or Jimmy Stewart. But now I can add a whole new stable to my line-up, and these new impersonations are in no way offensive or stereotypical. You’ll like ‘em! And don’t forget to like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and subscribe to us on YouTube. And keep checking in every Zombie Monday for the more relaxed, scotch-filled episodes. Take care!

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