Prepare yourself for radness! Brad gives his summer reading list update. Spoilers: Teddy and Kermit are off on some capers and caprices of their own and the economy is going to collapse again. There’s some not-so-surprising news from Jackson TN and a discussion of how lame Casey Jones Village is. Alex has been to Chicago and almost got attacked by a decepticon whilst ignoring foxy scavengers on his way to hip happening mustache parties. We ask for your help with Brad’s new northern career goals. We kick off our grand Mr. Belvedere rewatch in epic style and a slew of questions. Which member of the Owen family is the most disturbed? When will Mr. Belvedere kill again? What’s his angle? Where the hell did he come from? How old is Bob Uecker? What have they been teaching these creepo masochistic children? Where did Mr. Belvedere get that hamster from? Isn’t eight years old a little too young for hot-tubing?
But seriously, When is Belvedere going to kill again?
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In this super special episode we decide that criers need to announce themselves. Alex finally tells us about his amazing summer camp shenanigans and learn about the travails of those wacky little 9/11 year-olds and their desperate need for sixth meal. Non-professionals demand to perform entertainments to the dismay of everyone on the planet. We play an exciting game of “Strange Addict OR Smells like Halibut” in which we meet a bakers dozen of the most panic inducing crazies that TLC could find. Glamour magazine gives some really great practical advice to the ladies. Ramjack guides you like an arrow, straight to the mark. Brave hearts! Fighting for the rights of all the dreamers.
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Jon goes out of his way to try and convince Brad and Alex to see “The Tree of Life”. Furtive glances and skeptical looks are exchanged. Captain America throws his mighty shield and we learn how unglamorous that ever-lovin’ Hulk is. Attack the Block is fine and dandy but is probably not the greatest film ever created despite what internet wackadoos think. Sylvester Stallone is Lion and Kevin James is Zookeeper. Some people are opposed to talking animals others are enthralled and happily awaiting more in the future. Transformers 3 is much more fun with booze! Smuggle some fun into your next 3D Excursion! In other news the Harry Potter series is finally over. Hoorah!
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