The first episode, featuring Martin conversing with English comedian, actor, and musician Bill Bailey, aired in the ABC's Artscape timeslot at 10:05 pm on Tuesday, 28 September 2010.
The premiere episode featured Martin and Lewis (after their June 20, 1948 appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show), and Phil Silvers.
The second episode on October 10 also featured Martin and Lewis, and a kinescope of this latter show is preserved in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
The 1993 documentary Last Call at Maud's also featured Martin and Lyon.
This album features Martin performing with the former pianist of John's trio, Ray Kennedy, and his father Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar.
He explained that he was "flummoxed" that this episode featuring Alec Baldwin, Fey, and Martin "together only made me laugh once, and not at any of them."
It featured Martin, the Nets' skywalking forward, with a topless model pressed against his bare torso.
A Wild West-themed video, it features Martin as a prisoner in a dark warehouse, tied with ropes to a chair, being circled by cars in the freezing cold.
"Talk" also featured Martin taking an audience member's mobile phone and singing to the person on the other end.
The second album, Mass Destruction, featured only Martin and Broadrick and moved into a more vicious breakcore and digital hardcore style with elements of grindcore, industrial hip-hop, and noise/power electronics.