Jeremy takes us on a journey to the ER where his testicles were stretched and beaten mercilessly, and Lee threatens to ditch cable in favor of digital subscription services as a means of being more frugal and screwing over The Man. There is also an update on the Bad karma Body Count Celebrity Death Pool standings and recent hits. There’s also a discussion about the Police Academy movies for no good reason.
This week Lee asks the boys for some advice, Jeremy gets too smashed to host (again), and Jason doesn’t have 17 Icon Vs Icon interviews to update us about. Some other stuff was talked about, but I haven’t listened back to post a proper episode description. Have I sold it to you yet? Heck yes!
This week Jeremy and Jason are joined by Chris while Lee takes time away to puke and poop a lot. Jason preps us for the upcoming trade and add/drop round in the Bad Karma Body Count, Chris reviews the new Supersuckers and Viogression releases, and also tells us why we should be listening to The Spaghetti Family podcast, and finally Jeremy (barely) keeps the Blaxploitation train moving forward in Lee’s absence with a look into the first “real” African American portrayed in comics, Neal Adam’s John Stewart aka Green Lantern. This, of course, is hot off the heels of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson teasing his fans with the idea of his being cast as John Stewart in an upcoming DC flick. Jason and Jeremy wax poetic about who they’d rather see cast as the coolest Green Lantern. Spoiler Alert, Jeremy’s choice is in the title of the episode. Also, fun game to play at home, guess when Chris falls asleep, and a few other chances to win something are wrapped up in the stellar edition of Acid Pop Cult. Don’t like how long our episode (or episode descriptions) run? Fuck you. Why else would Jewish God create the pause button. ENJOY!
This week the boys babble for a few hours. Jeremy talks about Ginger Lynn and Friday the 13th: The Series. Lee talks about Silent Night, Deadly Night, P.E.T. Squad Files, Beetlejuice 2, and Garbage Pail Kids.
This week the boys chat about Andy Kaufman as the story breaks, what Chris has been up to, and try to stretch their description out so the show title isn’t longer. Hey! It worked!
In which the boys talk Cancer Awareness, Don Jon, Game of Thrones, Vice Academy 3, more Ginger Lynn than you can shake a stick at, and Jeremy gets inspired to make a movie based on Lee’s Maury viewing.