AP: Tibbles showed support in Fresno.
This week on The Francis Tibbles Show we are in Kansas City, Missouri rumpusing around with Nisha, Olivia's naughty robot twin, as we tackle the controversial issue of Bed Sharing.
The Robo Twins stopped by to tell us about their latest charitable work and perform a cover of an electro/industrial Sheep On Drugs song.
We hear the soothing tunes of computer programer and video game designer behind orisinal.com Ferry Halim. Precious Vines and Jeff Jeffers will be joining us on stage. In the second act Scott Flaskerud of Starfighter Jones, formerly Dear Sweet Villians, stops by and sings us to Texas; while the Tibble's Art Corner team fixes us a bouquet of Schwarzenegger's latest bed sharing oopsy daisies. Details after the break.
Where are our egg timers? "I don't know!"
Around the studio, we are still on an emotional high from last week; we have not come down yet. I want to thank Sloppy P and Diane Rhea for last week, for giving us an excellent show. They were absolutely sensational.
The show tonight is our farewell to winter show; it's going to be a little bit quieter. It's not going to be a performance show. One of the questions people have been asking me, especially this last month, is, "What's it like doing 'The Francis Tibbles Show,' and what does it mean to me?" Well, let me try to explain it. If I could magically, somehow, that audio you just heard, make it run backwards. I would like to do the whole thing over again. It's been a hell of a lot of fun. As an entertainer, it has been the great experience of my life. More details after the break.
Millennials chant "USA! USA!" late Sunday night while President Obama announces Osama bin Laden's death. Getty Images
Reeling from last weeks claims of sexual impropriety with Kate Middleton in the tabloids, Francis is back live at the San Francisco Municipal Auditorium; and just in time for the assassination party of the decade! Three new photos and set details after the break.
photos by A.J. Steinman
we received these new magnetic building blocks, called Tegu
. So we turned our tables into the Battle of Hoth
complete with a walker (ATAT) and two scouts (ATST). More photos after the break.