I bought this episode after watching it on cable because of Paul F. Tomplins' appearance as "Andrew Llyod Webber." It's one of the funniest things I've ever seen, and I can't fully explain why, because I'm willing to bet that 90% of the joke is in Tompkins' own head. He plays "Webber" like a clueless, arrogant, self-important boob (at one point series host Scott Aukerman addresses him as "Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber," to which Tompkins bellows in reply "LORD!," and Aukerman sheepishly stands corrected).
The show has a HEAVY improv feel. I have no idea how much of it is actually scripted. I'm guessing they set up a framework and fly by the seat of their pants. But this is funny, funny stuff. If you like your humor obvious and "ha-ha funny," there's a good chance you will HATE this show. Personally, I like nuanced humor in which the whole joke isn't revealed and you feel like you're allowed to sit in and be part of the experience. I won't spoil the whole "Webber" segment for you, but at one point, when it's clear that things aren't going his way, Tompkins gets this look of defeat mixed with a sly grin and stares off camera, moaning "What will become of Andrew Lloyd Webber?" Aukerman replies "What will happen to him, indeed? We'll find out when we come back" and cuts to a break.
It's old-style anarchy humor in the form of Bob and Ray and Firesign Theater. Sometimes it hits, sometimes it misses, and when they include something along the lines of Tompkins' "Webber" appearance, it becomes AMAZING.
The show also has a free audio podcast (as does Tompkins), but you REALLY need the visuals. If anything I've written here sounds appealing, the cost of this episode is minor compared to the laughs...and you may very well get hooked, as I did. Enjoy!