It’s National Backward Day and National Inspire Your Heart With Art Day. We have some technical issues to begin with, but what else is new? We talk about watching Marvel Live at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Tony gets out of jury duty by being stupid. We might start doing housework on Tony’s house. Nhat tries to get Tony to get his body shaved by a dodgy guy on Craigslist. We think up a movie called “The Cure Is In My Balls,” where some guy’s ejaculate is the cure for cancer, but only if you get it straight from the tap. There is talk of some different segments that we might have on the show.
It’s National Flashlight Day, National French Fried Shrimp Day, Humbug Day and National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day. It’s also part of the Winter Solstice. We go into religion right off the bat. Then we get into what is cooler, dancing faeries or dancing plums. We talk briefly about the Bold and Belligerent’s Christmas gift segment. Like everyone else, we give our take on the Sony and North Korea debacle which transitions into the possible Sony and Marvel collaboration. We introduce the new tradition of Facetainting. We do Poop Corner (correctly this time), Day In Cum and another segment of Porn-or-No? Tony grosses out on tentacle porn.
Intro song of the week:
“Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy” – August Burns Red
Outro song of the week:
“Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want To Fight Tonight)” – The Ramones
It’s National Gumbo Day, National Free Thought Day, National Costume Swap Day and Clergy Appreciation Day. Tony is back from Texas, reporting on his experience from Austin City Limits. Tony talks about farm fresh eggs and Nhat is wondering how fresh they really are. Tony is spooked by his significant other going to the bathroom. They hypothesize about an encounter with a possible intruder. They talk about a possible Spider-Man team up with the Avengers. Ebola news comes up and another retarded theory comes up.
It’s National Parents’ Day and National Scotch Day. We talk way too long about the band Dew Scented than we were anticipating. Then we go into what a chicken salad is expected to consist of. Tony still thinks his days at work are numbered and Nhat tries to get him to initiate violence in the workplace. We discuss the futility of relationships and if there is some sort of internal expiration date on them. We talk more about parents, growing up anti-social and getting into fights. Nhat has always had an aversion to sharp iron fences because he could imagine them gouging out his eyes. We discuss bad first date movies and the upcoming Marvel movies.