The Mystery Hour

Last night, I had a chance to catch up with Jeff Houghton on The Mystery Hour. He’d been my guest several times when I hosted the KTTS Morning Show, promoting Skinny Improv. Now, the tables were turned. At least when I was hosting, Jeff didn’t have to wear a suit – sure, he had to be up at 5:00 AM – but no freakin’ three-piece suit…

Watch for the episode Saturday night, April 26th once the NASCAR race wraps at Richmond.

Had fun, Houghton. Thanks for the laughs. Now…what’s in the box?

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The Mystery Hour

The Mystery Hour is cool, but not too cool. A dynamic and innovative late night talk show featuring fascinating guests, incredible musical guests, and hilarious comedy sketches, The Mystery Hour is based in Springfield, Missouri. Drawing on his vast knowledge acquired (copies and errands) working at the Late Show with David Letterman, “Mystery’” Jeff Houghton heads up The Mystery Hour. The Mystery Hour is hosted by Jeff with appearances by a cadre of other talented actors. The show began at The Skinny Improv Comedy Theatre and grew through grassroots and word of mouth efforts to become a unique success. After five seasons, and a year in LA chasing dreams, The Mystery Hour has grown up from an underground phenomenon, to the lights of TV on FOX-KRBK.