The guys spend the entire episode going off the rails and subsequently trying to get back on. They start with a discussion about the color of Chris’ nacho steak and then remember this isn’t a visual medium. They follow up with a discussion of your favorite Chinese food items and try to create the perfect take out Chinese order. They awkwardly transition to discussion the Cornhole championships on ESPN but that devolved into giggling like school children because there is no way to discuss cornhole without it sounding overtly sexual. They end with Tv recommendations, one that Chris hated and one that Damian hated.
Chris goes to Starbucks which leads to a learning opportunity about the history of avocados. People on Facebook have thoughts on eggs and Joe mostly hates those thoughts. The guys weigh in on ketchup’s right to exist then move on to arguing about the Mets. They finish up with a discussion about the NBC comedy The Good Place.
Chris and Joe Recap their breakfast together. Then they analyze a list of the best type of French fries and read your FB comments. The guys follow up by discussing celebrations in baseball (specifically Yasiel Puig’s vs the New York Mets last week and finish up nerding out about Spider-Man: Homecoming and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Oh, and they find a way to talk about avocados again.
Food and Sports stuff is a new podcast from Dog and Pony Show. It is equidistant from your stomach and brain. It’s a great place to get all of your food discussions and most of your sports discussions. Chris Olivieri and Joe Bisceglie cook up some delicious food content for your brain and give you some sports takes that are often out of left field. They also try not to lean too heavily on puns as that can get old quick. Really the podcast is Chris and Joe riffing on whatever topics fall into their sphere which means they can go from food to sports to pop culture to anywhere in between.
As a kid, I was drawn to Who Framed Roger Rabbit because it featured the likes of Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck and Daffy Duck, etc. etc. I remember thinking that it was neat that they combined animation with live-action footage, but more than anything it was a funny movie that had a great story.
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? It’s a question we’ve all asked, well… sung. While the song’s lyrics don’t ever actually answer the question asked within, it still leaves us with a warm happy feeling. The optimistic upbeat tune that opens Jim Henson’s immortal educational program is burned into the brains of pretty much everyone who’s ever watched the show (as well as a few torturees, but we don’t talk about that.)
With the release of the Nintendo Switch less than two weeks away, YouTuber insaneintherainmusic, felt like it was a great time to pay homage to one of their now classic consoles. That’s right, the Nintendo Wii’s main theme is finally getting the Jazz cover it deserves!
‘Best Visual Effects’ is the Academy Awards category that’s most accessible to casual moviegoers. It’s the only category that regularly features film series like Harry Potter, The X-Men, The Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings. It’s the only category that’s judged on the basis of “oh my god, how cool was that?!” That’s why I was pretty excited that supercut maestros at Burger Fiction have put together this compilation of every Best Visual effects winner from 1927’s Wings (not the sitcom) to 2015’s Ex Machina.
Fatal Farm’s Lasagna Cat Is Back! If You Don’t Know What That Means, Click and Learn Why It’s Amazing News!
This week, the Fatal Farm folks began teasing what appears to be the return of John, Garfield, Odie, and the whole crew. It’s been nine years, and the guys have been working in the big leagues (Adult Swim, Key & Peele, etc.) so the quality of the video has jumped significantly.
In the year 2000, we saw an influx of teen-pop artists looking to cash in on the success of Britney Spears, Christina Augilera, *NSYNC, and The Backstreet Boys. One of those teen-pop artists, Hoku, was featured on the soundtrack to the hit(?) film Snow Day.