We start off talking about Tool, as they just recently played in Denver and Nhat gets confused as to how many Lollapaloozas he’s been to. Tony is fixated on Maynard James Keenan’s pubic hair for some odd reason. Tony has an awkward exchange with a co-worker, where both parties are competing with each other to be weirder than the other. We play Pokemon or Urban Dictionary and Movies and Music.
We start off talking about either trying to follow your dream or just falling in line with the rest of the workforce. Tony talks to a customer with a voice box. Nhat thinks they should be able to improve voice box technology by now. We then discuss whether we could pull off one big scam if it could sustain us the rest of our lives. We realize that Hawk from the Buck Rogers TV series is also Bird Person from Rick And Morty.
We discuss whether or not we would live in arctic temperatures for the right amount of money. Tony compares himself to Bojack Horseman. We have a Music and Movies game where the theme is cringiest lines in movies. We report on WTF News with the following article:
We start off talking about getting shitfaced on New Year’s and how some people just don’t have the ability to pull back. We then discuss Marvel and DC movies and what we’d like to see as far as new content goes. Nhat wants Kraven The Hunter to look less douchy. We play “Guess That Riff.” We find an artist on “Who’s Shittier?” that we are slightly intrigued to know better, but also wouldn’t like to hang out with for too, too long because they just seem a little too off, hence the title of the episode.
We start off with technical difficulties and Nhat starts complaining about the bad Marvel movies coming out. Then we spend way too long to try to get our friend Paul signed up so he can chat on Mixlr. We play Pokemon or Urban Dictionary. Tony takes some weird survey that probably resulted him being brainwashed to be the next Winter Soldier. We review Godzilla Minus One and Oppenheimer.
We start out talking about how lame Black Friday has gotten and how to possibly spice it up. We discuss our lame Thanksgivings. Tony’s beloved dog Chance, passed away, so he goes into a quick story about his loss and the possibility of life after death. Science news this week is about frozen worms coming to life after 46,000 years in the Siberian permafrost. We play the Movies and Music thing.
Nhat points out a strange parental detail in the original Superman movie and has an idea for dealing with exorcisms, based on the Exorcist movie. We discuss the possible end of the world and life on other planets. Nhat finds a website that uses AI to name your podcast, depending on your interests. Unfortunately, it seems to be a pretty stupid AI. Tony gives a concert review of Baroness and has mushrooms during the show. We have a news item about female frogs that fake their own deaths to get out of sex.
Nhat starts out going through old clips and happens across the one where the Paint It Black podcast ask us to criticize them. Nhat discusses some changes to the order of segments in the show since it drones on too damn long at times. Tony has weird interactions with his co-workers and some of them don’t get his sense of humor. We talk about how many people might want to line up to punch Tony in the face. We discuss scary movies for a bit.
We begin the show just going through the upcoming concerts. Tony is questioning whether or not our friend Paul is really listening. Tony wants to find quaaludes online. We give a review of The Mars Volta show at Red Rocks and Tony reviews The Darkness. Tony forgets his phone on the way to Mars Volta and chaos ensues. Tony takes a test to see if he’s ADHD and if he’s a sociopath. We reminisce about the time where Adolf’s cousin visited from Germany and went to go see Slayer with us, not knowing anything about them and how she got the name “Big Coke.”
Intro Song of the Week:
“Transmigrating Beyond Realms Ov Amenti” – Behemoth
Tony saw Baby Metal and Dethklok and gives a brief review of the show. Nhat thinks that Baby Metal and Ghost fall within the gimmicky range, but Tony begs to differ. We discuss whether people retain their cadence of speaking throughout their lives or if they modify later on in life. Nhat hates the band Ghost, as per usual. We play a sci-fi movie themed game and have lamprey news, for two episodes in a row. Nhat reviews the movie “Control,” about the lead singer of Joy Division and Tony reviews “A Man Called Otto.”