We start talking about famous band memorabilia and if it means anything to the family. It evolves into talk about Slayer and their legacy. We debate on whether Baby Yoda or Baby Chewy would make a better pet. We talk about the benefits of sunning your butthole.
Tony starts off trying to sing King Diamond songs while he’s sick and coughing. Tony freaks out when Nhat bleeds from a scab. We talk a bit about metal. We talk about GWAR’s court case where they had to prove a dick really wasn’t a dick. We discuss fartgate with Eric Swalwell.
We have issues with Nhat’s new guitar’s Floyd Rose tremolo and Tony pops another string trying to tune it. Nhat makes a terrible mashup song. We go on about how people improve work days. We complain about school and society in general.
Tony misses his old bong from forever ago and reminisces about weed shops. We discuss the need for a Cannabis museum. Tony rages against be labeled a Boomer and we both agree than Millenials and Gen-Xr’s all hate Boomers equally.. We talk about what the future of movie theaters might be. We get paranoid about sharing our data online and we’re not sure if it’s valid or it’s just the pot talking.
Tony comes over even though he’s sick and complains about it. Tony admits to stalking Tom Araya’s wife and being annoyed at what she’s posting. Nhat gets another visit from the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Tony’s annoyed by another movie theater patron. We talk about different ways we’d like to be buried.
Tony thinks people are watching him because he happened to see Frosted Mini Wheats appeared on his feed around the time he ate some. We then go on to talk about cereal for way too long. Nhat admits to eating styrofoam at some point. We talk a bit about the Yang campaign. Tony has a hard time saying Mozambique.
We talk about inconsiderate people at concerts. Then Tony and Nhat argue about annoying vocals. Nhat has an issue with people that litter. Tony tries to string Nhat’s guitar and twisted them beyond repair.
Tony’s obsessed with mushrooms for the entire episode and we skipped last week because he’s inconsiderate. Nhat gets a visit from Jehovah’s Witnesses. We review Murder In The Front Row, which is a movie about the bay area thrash metal scene.