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Hello, fans and readers (not every reader is a fan, LOL), and welcome to another edition of my weekly Podcast review column, which I have titled “iListened To That: The Reviewcast” (see the article’s title for proof).
After last week’s column, some people have asked to clarify something, so I will: even though I have the word “cast” in the article’s title, there is no companion podcast. It’s simply a portmanteau I liked. I hope this third clarification clears it up for everyone.
Also, no, we are NOT affiliated with iTunes. Again, it’s just something I liked. Anyway, on to the podcast reviews!
QUEER MISS-GIVINGS W/ JANNIE APPLEBURY #46: This week, Jannie gives maybe the best gift she’s ever given to a queer person: perspective. A must listen if you’ve ever worried about gay people not “getting it” when it comes to empathy. RATING: Three smilin’ earbuds
GRIEVANCES AND A’ THUNDERIN’S #421: You were probably wondering when Chumly and Ol’ Jed would get around to the government shutdown. Well, they finally do, and as Ol’ Jed would say, “Crumblin’ Otmeal Cakes!” is it ever a good time! Also, Ol’ Jed offers up tips for surviving the winter in them thar’ mountains. RATING: Two smilin’ earbuds
COMEDY TALK WITH COMEDY BOT: #29: What starts off as an exciting episode, with Comedy Bot talking to local LA comedy-phile Mort Blimply about their favorite ways to light a comedy club, quickly goes off the rails when, as always, Comedy Bot goes off programming and attempts to destroy all life on earth. Mort is the only real casualty, but honestly, after 29 episodes, you’d think they’d get these kinds of problems under control! RATING: One sad flip phone built-in speaker
MUSIC YOU DON’T KNOW #103: THE DOG EPISODE: This is billed as the first ever podcast exclusively for dogs, so I couldn’t hear it with my human (mostly, LOL!) ears. But Artemis seemed to enjoy it (Artemis is my brother, he says he can hear as well as a dog). RATING: One smilin’ earbuds
THE MARATHON CAST #1: Well, going on week three, and still hoping this guy ends sometime soon. The young and infirm crying out for mercy were… maybe not my favorite? But as a completionist, I reserve judgement until the very end. RATING: Incomplete
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- The Star Killer
- The Armie Hammer
- Being Cool About It Afterwards
- The Cerebral Cortex
- Russian Roulette, But With Sex
- Humping-So Dry You Die Of Thirst
- The Angry Grandma
- Build-a-Bear Style
- The Return of the Jedi Who Wants To Have Sex
- Missionary (not lying down face to face; actually fucking a Christian missionary)
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1. High Fructose Corn Syrup Nose Snorters
2. Travis Bickle Candy Blood
3. Gummy Swastikas
5. Donald Trump’s Comb-Over Sour Swizzlers
7. Swirls O’ Nothin’
8. Gross Butts: The Candy
9. Ryan Reynolds Endorsed Anythings
10. Sugary Beer Leavings
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1. Eaten a pastrami sandwich
2. Programmed a playlist on my iPod
3. Lied to my Mother about whether I was driving while I talked to her on the phone
4. Eaten Fried Chicken
5. Dribbled a basketball
6. Had a shoot out with the man who stole my child
7. Shopped Online
8. Solved racism in America
9. String Theory
10. A U-turn
NOTE: I drive stick shift
As an ‘experiment’, comedian Elisha Yaffe had a Go Pro camera capture the perspective of an entire day of his dog. All we have to say is that you should watch the results of the experiment that are pretty funny and also that dogs are pretty great for putting up with us.
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EVERYTHING’S HUNKY-DORY, DAD - Robert Deniro plays both Father & Son (using a revolutionary youth-suit, designed by SFX master Tom Savini) in this tale of a kid coming home from college over Christmas, and having to deal with his Father, whom he’s had a couple generally polite disagreements with over the years.
MASTERCHEF: THE MOVIE - It’s just two episodes of MasterChef back to back. And you’ve seen them already. Production budget: $250 million.
MARK & SAMMY’S WACKY WEDDING II: THE PRODUCT PLACENING - Mark & Sammy, the lovable couple from MARK & SAMMY’S WACKY WEDDING, are back in another wedding based adventure. Will Sammy’s old boyfriend ruin her focus and prevent her from staging her play? Will Mark invoking the name of his dark God make his Christian in-laws uncomfortable during the ceremony? With a special cameo from Chris Klein as “Sacrificial Goat; brought to you by Clorox”
EXISTING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: THE SEQUEL - Adapted for the screen by that guy who’s previous movies were all horrible, this is a tale that’s been told a thousand times, because it’s a remake of a movie that was based on a book, that was based from an ancient Iroquois oral history, which was based on a cave painting. Soundtrack by Smash Mouth w/ Fred Durst
ELYISUM - Set in the year 2154, where the very wealthy live on a man-made space station while the rest of the population resides on a ruined Earth, a man takes on a mission that could bring equality to the polarized worlds.
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