Taking this back to basics here yet again. We love the hell out of the new show, Obsessed and we discuss how fucked up those people are. Ceej finally checks out Night of the Comet and we have a serious discussion about joining the military. Rob was tormented as a child, Ceej wears questionable attire […]
And the first seal has been broken: Ceej actually drinks during the episode and gets drunk. Rob spoils the shit out of the new Terminator movie around 5:00 – 13:00 so skip ahead if you don’t want to be spoiled. We learn that CJ finally admits that LOST is…losing him, Bruce Campbell needs to stop […]
It pays to be nice to your server and if you decide not to, make sure you have backup. We discuss the merits of Ralph Bakshi and why Roger Rabbit kicks ass. Rob totally would have tried to nail Boof and Jordan and competitive eating may be right up our alleys. Rob talks about polygamy […]
Just how much does it suck buying a house? Ceej will tell us tales of ratipedes, mystery spots and much, much more. Then we chat about celebrity chefs, SNL, and intelligent science fiction movies. What are some of the best/worst movie to video games and video games to movies? Prepare to find out.
Journey to a small town where Lou Diamond Phillips can’t seem to find his career, where a fat man just wants his Wendy’s™ and where Ed Hocken had a baby with an Olympian. A town where women can’t figure out what accent to use, where a mustache may hold the key to one man’s destiny […]
What’s our name? PODCAUST! We brainstorm other ideas and entertain the thought of Cj being the leader. Cj describes how he could make the Saw franchise relevant and Rob gets super excited about a trip back to the Predator universe. The Russians sucked, robots were awesome, and Brock Samson is a pimp.
It’s one of THOSE episodes. You know, drunken and rambling… Would we make good stand up comedians? Rob wouldn’t, but Ceej would kill. Crank it up to 11 and get prepared for to hear drunken commentary on the following subjects: DDR, Happy Days = Sin City, Bioshock 2, Peggle, our thoughts on some SNES RPGs […]