The Powells juggle work, school and discovering their new superpowers in No Ordinary Family. This high-concept dramedy spit out low ratings until it was cancelled after its first year. Ian, John and special guest Kristen Lundberg weave a tapestry of X-Men comparisons, family drama, vindictive math teachers and pubic hair while discussing this soap version of The Incredibles.
Ska is not dead! It’s just been lost in the woods.
Are there less coal miners, or are the coal miners getting shorter? Only one way to find out!
Sex, Drugs, Murder, Los Angeles; What more do people need to keep a show on the air? We aren’t sure if there’s an exact formula, but apparently decapitation and necrophilia aren’t enough. Join John, Ian, and special guest Madeline Lauzon as they discuss how wondefully awful this show is. Warning: Some podcasters were harmed during the recording of this episode.
Q. What happens when you combine all of the animal kingdoms into one taxidermied beast? A. Big bucks in the taxidermy business.
A couple of Hearthstoners make friends with all the brands. You can trust brands, they will never let you down.
If Will Ferrell had been in Dr. Strangelove, it might have looked something like The Brink, a geopolitical farcical satire about three disparate guys trying to stop World War III. HBO hit the button for the green light initially but changed their mind at the last minute. Ian and John take this opportunity to show off their knowledge of international relations and dick jokes.
Do you suffer from moderate to severe questioning of your healthcare professional? Have you ever asked a question that lasted longer than four hours? The dedicated researchers at Peaches and Hot Sauce may have something for you.
What’s crappening in this episode: We’re moving to Arcade Audio, back to basics, Chi-Town Rising, lost boots, Norah Jones, Star Wars Spotify playlists, Got My Mind Set On You, shitty donuts, best commercials of 2015
Christopher Guest (This is Spinal Tap, Best in Show) took his talents across the pond for this show about a sad sack played by Chris O’Dowd trying to figure out the details of his lineage. HBO must not have cared for the entirely improvised dialogue or maybe they’re still bitter about the Revolutionary War since it was cancelled after 8 episodes. Ian, John and special guest Jeremy Barrett talk about the humanity, awkwardness and monkey puppets that made Family Tree so special.