By Mark Aldrich and Meghan Jenkins
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This week’s episode of The The Ding Wrong Show—the new online show created and hosted by Meghan Jenkins, recorded live on Zoom each Monday night and posted on YouTube immediately after—featured a song, “Ditto Kiddo,” by comedian and actor Jeff Richards, which was danced to by the “TTDWS Dancers,” and “The Aldrich Report,” read by John C. and written by Mark Aldrich.

It is not known if Mr. Richards is aware that he finally can add to his long list of credentials (cast member on Saturday Night Live) the fact that he now has had his work featured in a show with work by Mark Aldrich. Mr. Aldrich is happy to share the spotlight.

For the second straight week, the show also featured an appearance by Joe Distarce, and of course, Panda. The weekly speculation about whether or not Panda wears Meghan’s clothes when she appears or if this is an optical illusion continued.

Ever mindful of discipline, Ms. Jenkins found it necessary to restate to everyone one rule: no sex among cast members while the show exists, unless the two parties have sex in front of the rest of the cast “on the show.” (Panda’s many overtures to Mr. Aldrich, and Mr. Aldrich’s many text messages to Mr. Richards must be confessed here.)

The reason Ms. Jenkins felt the need to reinforce this rule was because John C. had spoken to a woman he is interested in (not Panda) about a new show he is on and dot dot dot: needless to say, the unnamed woman did not join the show as a new cast member, even though John C. declared this week that the rule about sex on the broadcast “had been my intention.”

Meghan writes: “I am looking for ladies who would be interested in going on a Zoom date with John. Please email me with subject I WANT TO DATE JOHN. Panda and I will sort thru the contestants for a round of dates. Like The Love Connection!”


Late in the broadcast, John C. declared the show “is like Jaws, only you’re [Meghan] a pleasant shark.”

“Thank you,” replied Ms. Jenkins. “Rahr!”

“Is that the sound sharks make?”


The full The The Ding Wrong Show, episode six, featuring Mark Aldrich with music by Jeff Richards, the TTDWS Dancers, and starring Meghan Jenkins, John C., Joe Distarce, and Panda dot dot dot always Panda:

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Mark Aldrich is a journalist, award-winning humor columnist, and writer/performer with the Magnificent Glass Pelican audio theater improv comedy group, now in its thirtieth season. His website is

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Meghan Jenkins is an actor, comedian, radio personality, model, brand ambassador for Pineapple Clothing, and author of the forthcoming book, The Adventures of Pizza Alien.

A social media influencer, in the spring of 2020 her photos of life in quarantine led to an invitation from Maxim magazine to participate in a cover model contest for which readers could submit votes. Her grassroots campaign against professional models brought her to a third-place finish.

She is currently the host of the live comedy improv show The The Ding Wrong Show, recorded on Zoom and seen on YouTube:

She is a cast member of the upcoming The End of the World Podcast with Derek Eric:

In 2018-’19, she was one of the on-air personalities on The Ding Dong Show podcast, recorded each week live with an audience at The World Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood, California.

From 2017 to 2018, she was the host of her self-titled podcast, The Meghan Jenkins Show, which remains available on iHeart Radio, Apple Podcasts, and Soundcloud:

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