October 12

Episode 28: Ghetto Gumbo

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.


Intro song of the week:

“I Am Legend / Out For Blood” – Arch Enemy

Outro song of the week:

“Vote With A Bullet” – Corrosion Of Conformity
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May 5

Episode 04 (Part 1): May The 4th Be With You (It’s All Just Sphincters, Man)

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
Featured outro song this week:
“Her Name In Blood” – Strung Out
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