Today's Web Wednesday is one of those where I can't believe it didn't happen earlier. It may have in terms of podcasts, but not in this format. And yes, it's some shameless promotion on my part that you'll notice as well but you've come to expect that from me at this point, I'm sure. Something that you don't find very often on the net are talk shows. There are discussion format shows, primarally stuff like TWiT or Rev3, where it's host driven news and interview format, but the actual "talk show" format is pretty vacant. So what would happen if a talk show of the Carson era was solely on the Pop Culture of the 90s and that show was hosted by Marty McFly? That show would be Yesterday Tonight.
Now I know when I said "Marty McFly", you were expecting Michael J. Fox. But it's not. It's actually A.J. Locascio, the spot on, jaw gape enduing voice of Marty McFly in the Telltale Games' Back to the Future episodic adventure game. Oh yeah and there's some woman who happened to found this site called Lisa Foiles in it too. Not that I'm biased towards her or anything. Now this is only a pilot, a proof of concept if you will, but I think it should get picked up, for lack of a better term. If there was an interview with Kirk Fogg or Marc Summers or Rob Paulsen or any number of 90s personalities, I'd be totally down. So everyone, if you're interested, please comment on the video (which seems to be the best course of action I can find) and show your support. There's only so much I can say about a pilot beyond "I dig it". So can you dig it? Can you dig it? Can. You. dig it?
UPDATE: There's a Twitter Page now. Go forth and follow it.