Tony and Nhat go to see Spider-Man 2 and are less than impressed. Nhat thinks everyone looks strange and might be having an acid flashback. Tony surprising scores it less than Nhat did – Nhat with a score of C+ and Tony gave it just a C.The disappointment continues to the next day, which is Free Comic Book Day, where they both show up late and manage to grab two measly comics from a picked through pile. To make things interesting, they both try to pick out comics for each other that neither would be likely to read. Each of them has to do a quick “book report” on their terrible assignments. And then they go off on a tangent of work, retail, Kevin Smith’s “Clerks,” sphincters, and whatever else comes to mind.
Featured intro song this week:
“Star Wars Cantina” – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
We follow up on our segment in episode two where we draw names/languages and create fictitious death metal band covers, complete with song and album titles.
Tony drew the name Papegoja Mörk, which roughly translates to Parrot Dark in Swedish (if you trust Google Translate, that is). I made the mistake of thinking that Tony would remember that his band name was Parrot Dark, so he misremembered that it had something to do with a lizard, hence, his album cover.
Here is Tony’s album cover for Papegoja Mörk’s album “Shazbot”
Here is Tony’s album cover back for “Shazbot”
Album Song List:
1. Death From Below
2. Death From Above
3. Death From The Side
4. You Cannot Escape Death
5. I Wanna Kill You To Death
6. I Can Only Pray For A Painless Death
Papegoja Mörk is:
Sven – Guitar, Lead Vocals
Thor – Drums
Kasper – Bass
Nhat drew the name Geflügel Bauchspeicheldrüse, which roughly translates to Poultry Pancreas.
Here is Nhat’s album cover for Geflügel Bauchspeicheldrüse’s album, “King Of Fuck Mountain”
And here is the back cover for “King Of Fuck Mountain”
We both work at corporate hellholes and talk a bit about our every day frustrations and our very first jobs. We go a little bit into death, life and Marvel movies and Godzilla. Nhat asks Tony the question of the week, which is “Would you have sex with Mystique if she could morph into anyone you wanted, provided that the last person was yourself?” There is some confusion as to what genitals she would have under this guise.
We briefly discuss how little we know about Easter, 420, drugs, more drugs, music, and give ourselves a creative project where random words and languages are selected by a roll of the dice and we each have to design an album cover for a fictitious band with the name/language we selected. We have to design the front cover artwork, possible band member pics on the back and the names of 5 songs (EP length). Obviously, we will be describing this monstrosity as best we can, but we will also be posting the album covers on Instagram @TheLoFiShow and through Twitter under the same ID.
Tony and Nhat are two Texas metal-head transplants now living in Colorado. We give a brief introduction of who are and what the show is about and start episode 1 of Shitflix, where we try to give each other the shittiest movies available on Netflix to review. Nhat gives Tony “Adventures of Thunderstorm: Return of Thor” and Tony gives Nhat “Gor.” Both are fucking terrible. Find out which one of us had to endure more pain. I couldn’t even find an official trailer for Gor, even though it was distributed through MGM.