Brad is confronted by his anti-stalker, Jonathon details the shenanigans of the Chicago Improv scene, and Alex drinks grass for kicks.
We say a final farewell to our boy The Cape and his lovably improbable cast of characters, and uncover a slew of family secrets when Grandma Pembroke drops in on Charles in Charge.
Tell Sally Stefanato to download this before the cool crew passes her by.
It’s a fresh episode designed for the pleasure of your ears, mind, and heart. We discuss the mind numbing trailer to Atlas Shrugged and death lurch of Hollywood’s creativity.
The Cape is full of wacky salt lick revelations and anti-lemon biases.
Brad and Alex venture to see Oscar winner and all-round awesome guy Randy Newman live in concert whilst Jonathon takes in a Josh Ritter show. We recreate bizarre auditions past and present. Charles in Charge takes us down the terrifying road of equiphilia via a slumber party and then teaches us importance of discipline the only way an 80’s sitcom can. We take a look at some sequel subtitles and play a rousing round of the code game.
In this Caffeine infused episode Alex reports in on Gnomeo And Juliet, Brad takes in The Care Bears Big Wish Movie, Jonathon is terrified. Meanwhile, The Cape battles wheelchair-bound assassins and terrorist zombies… Because somebody has to, right? We desperately grasp for our remaining strands of sanity while watching the Tiffany stalker documentary “I Think We’re Alone Now.” And it’s a guest-star-a-palooza as Meg Ryan and Styles (From TeenWolf) drop in on the latest episodes of Charles in Charge. The Code game resurfaces with shocking results.
Jonathon doesn’t get invitations because he lives in ye olde times., Brad tries to wrap his head around “Doctor Who” and Alex opens up about his crush on Jack The Ripper. Everyone continues to be baffled by “The Cape”. This American Life makes us want to kill ourselves to ironically chosen pop songs. We explore the second and third episodes of Charles in Charge and play a couple of rounds of Here’s the Pitch/Run With It and Humiliate / Gay / Ghost gives way to Punish / Prom-Date / Poltergeist.
Remember if some unfuckable sounding jackass tries to give you Skippy tell them you want Jiff, “It’s the best peanut butter!”
It’s our Golden Jubilee and we are celebrating it in style with robots, resurrections, and random rambling repartee.
Join us as we lean nobody likes a Turtle in the “Saved By The Bell Wedding in Vegas” Movie, laugh hysterically at the most recent episodes of “The Cape” and marvel at the freak-show that is “My Strange Addiction”. We get a report on Alex’s Rom-Com of the month “No Strings Attached” But it’s the pilot episode of “Charles in Charge” that teaches us the true meaning of love. ALL of this AND we play a rousing game of “Humiliate / Gay / Ghost”.
Is it Christmas? No, it’s an Episode 50 extravaganza!
Sadly Alex is dead and has acended to the feral cat orgy of the afterlife, meanwhile Brad is forced to live like it’s frontier times, and Jonathon has been wronged by carebears and their screaming psuedo cousins.
We take a long hard look at NBC’s latest trainwreck “The Cape” a show that prides itself on cramming more plot per second down your throat than you ever imagined possible. Also we delve into the Ramjack vaults to bring you a hearty attempt at deciphering some important emergency codes.