We talk about Surprise pastries, glitches in the matrix, Cake-caine, Part Blart Mart Carp, Strange Al, the Alphabet Wars, the Ghost of Steve Jobs, internet Babies, The Soundboard Sundboard, RoboCopyright, Meatloaf, Artpop, and lots of rhyming sounds. We also talk about Sofi's choice for this week, the 1997 movie "Spice World"!
Also, Sofi disappoints everyone by not choosing "Sofie's Choice" for her choice. Jeez. Way to let us all down. Again.
Rest In Peace: R, I, and P. (As well as all the other letters lost)
We talk about starting the podcast, Ian spacing out, Angels In The Outhouse, Howard Johnson's Hotels, Ian spacing out some more, The Upside Down Man, saying Goodbye to all of our Felicia's, and the sinking feeling that we might have forgotten something very important. It's one of those episodes where we don't talk about anything in particular, but next week we're watching Spice World!
Also, Sofi backpedals from last weeks stance of shutting down the Abbot and Costello routines. Ian finds this turn of policy very troubling and a sure sign of a flip flopper. Do we really want a flip flopper on our podcast? Vote Wario for our new Wa-dcaster. And say no to those who want to shut down quality bits.
We talk about catchphrase variation, The DOhDOhDOh (a Simpsons Hate Group), Food Stamps, poor "Tommy Boy" pastiche, Starfox News, Creeping Up With The Kardashians, revelations of pedophilia, and Rear Window Wipers. Also, we talk about Nic's choice this week: the 1991 John Ritter masterpiece, Stay Tuned. So STAY TUNED for this podcast about "Stay Tuned". If you don't STAY TUNED then you won't get to hear us talk about "Stay Tuned"! So... keep your tuning stayed.
Also, Sofija retaliates after weeks and weeks of Abbot and Costello routines. It's really rude, but she said I could say it. She didn't say though that I couldn't tel about her weird fetish for mint bubblebath. #anarchy
We talk about Pride, Chris Pratt, Black Friday, Prejudice, Dorian (the Fruit), Dorian (The literary character), Zombies, the Holy Trinity, dating onesself, Introductions at the end of the show, as well as Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. We don't talk about anything in particular (clearly), and save Nic's pick (Stay Tuned) for next week!
Also, Sofi invades Western Poland under the pretext of having been denied claims to the Free City of Danzig and the right to extraterritorial roads across the Polish Corridor, which she'd ceded under the Versailles Treaty. Okay, that might have been Hitler, but I'm sure she would have done it if he hadn't gotten there first.