Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Episode 59: Christmas Music, Christmas Movies, Christmas TV, and Christmas


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch updates, The Chuck That Stole Christmas and Ebenezer Brad welcome Tiny-Tim-impersonator Abe Correia to the show.
The three talk about their favorite Christmas music, Christmas movies, and Christmas television, and giggle deep into the night.
Along the way, they promote Senior Discount's brand new (and very FREE) Christmas Medley, as well as Senior Discount's second annual Christmas show, coming up this Thursday, Dec. 23rd 2010.

Song List:
Senior Discount - Christmas Medley 2010
Other Various Christmas Music

Love for your fellow man - show that shit. Merry Christmas dicks!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Episode 58: Gift Guilt, Hulu Plus, Refuting Trash, and Rumor Power


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch updates, the boys discuss Senior Discount's recent tiny acoustic performance for some dedicated fans at (what was supposed to be) an S*D show at the Gamestop release of Call of Duty: Black Ops.
They move on to discuss this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's Weekly Web-Findings): - a performance of "Just A Friend" by Biz Markie featuring Jeff Goldblum, an article about paying for termpapers by the person who writes them, Girl Talk's new album "All Day", an article that "proves" psychic abilities in humans, an awkward Zach Galifianakis Interview, and Senior Discount's Masterful Thanksgiving Greeting.
The boys have a long and personal discussion on "Gift Guilt", and Chuck's hands-on experience with the new service "Hulu Plus".
The pod-pals then take on the article "10 Gadgets That Will Be Trash Tomorrow" by Josh Smith, and close the podcast with a discussion about rumors and reactions.

Web Couliers:
- VIDEO: Performance of "Just A Friend" by Biz Markie featuring Jeff Goldblum
- ARTICLE: A look at paying for termpapers by the person who writes them
- MUSIC: Girl Talk's new album "All Day"
- ARTICLE: "Proving" psychic abilities in humans
- VIDEO: an awkward Zach Galifianakis Interview
- SEASONAL GREETING: Senior Discount's Masterful Thanksgiving Greeting.

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Episode 57: The Importance of Being Festive


Along with the Senior Discount/Sky Punch updates, the boys discuss Brad's apartment searchings, as well as the boys financial woes.
They then discuss this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's Weekly Web-Findings): the article "13 Writing Tips from Chuck Palahniuk", the video of Josh Homme assaulting a fan, the trailer for the movie "Winnebago Man", Brad's Buzzer-Beater video, the Banksy-directed opener to "The Simpsons", another new My Chemical Romance song, and an article about Pearl Jam, and a picture of dog BJ (listen to the podcast to understand).
They move on to discuss doing spooky things during the month of Halloween (as well as a detailed list of Chuck's Spook-tivities) which turns into a conversation about the importance of being Festive.
The brothers Bloom* then discuss a slew of recent media-experienced: the movies "Sleepaway Camp" 1, 2, and 3, the new season of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", Brad's first listen to Less Than Jake, the movie "The Town", Taylor Swift, Chuck's first time playing through "Super Mario Bros" 1, 2 and 3, the new show "The Walking Dead", "Guitar Hero 6"/"Rock Band 3", the "Anchorman" re-release on blu-ray, "Paranmormal Activity 2", Kevin Smith's "Too Fat For 40", "Dead Rising 2" for the Xbox 360, "Scott Pilgrim Vs The World", and the incredible story behind the show "Pretty Wild".

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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Episode 56: 30 Second Reviews, a Summer Media Recap, Eminem and the Insane Clown Posse


Chuck and Brad present the first normally-formatted podcast in over three months! They start the show with typical Senior Discount and Sky Punch updates.
They continue on to dicuss their Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's Weekly Web-Findings): The trailer for the television show "The Walking Dead", a "Top 25 Songs of 2009" mash-up (that they had previously forgotten to present), a trailer for the game "Yakuza - Of The End", My Chemical Romance's new song "Na Na Na", Cee Lo Green's song/video "Fuck You", and Eminem's performance at the 2010 MTV VMAs.
The boys dish about Bomb the Music Industry!'s very special show coming up (where they cover two classic Weezer albums), the graphic novel "Incognito", Boy Meets World, the movie "Troll 2", Reel Big Fish's acoustic CD, Chuck and Brad's recent trip to see Green Day, the musical group Scala, and the game "Red Dead Redemption".
The two then give 30-second reviews to some things they didn't get to podcast about when they were filming all summer: "Resident Evil - Darkside Chronicles", Aziz Ansari live in Boston, Family Matters (Season 1), Louis CK's stand-up show in Newport, "Dead Rising 2: Case Zero", the David Hasselhoff Roast, MacGruber, the game "Donkey Kong" for Gameboy, and the game "Super Mario Galaxy 2".
They end the podcast with a long look at the career of Eminem, and a serious look at the Insane Clown Posse, which was feuled by the recent violent stoning of Tila Tequila at an ICP concert, and a Village Voice article about said concert.

Web Couliers:
The trailer for the television show "The Walking Dead"
"Top 25 Songs of 2009" mash-up
a trailer for the game "Yakuza - Of The End"
My Chemical Romance's new song "Na Na Na"
Cee Lo Green's song/video "Fuck You"
Eminem's performance at the 2010 MTV VMAs

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Episode 55 - Part 2: Chuck, Brad and Arcello Discuss the Senior Discount Anniversary Movie!


Chuck, Brad and Arcello discuss the road to the Senior Discount Anniversary Extravaganza, including the filming, behind-the-scenes work, and special acoustic/trash-can practices.

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Episode 55 - Part 1: Anti-Against Me sentiments, and a true review of the iPad!


Chuck and Brad open the show by revelling in the fact that they are finally doing another podcast- and then are dismayed by the reminder that Aaron Arcello will be joining them. However they move on, somehow.
They talk about Chuck's run-in with a negative jerk that has to do with Limp Bizkit. They continue with a discussion on the anti-"Against Me" backlash from their newest album/single, "I Was A Teenage Anarchist". This leads to a debate on Lady Gaga's authenticity, and a discussion on artists ranging from Kanye West to Mandy Moore to blink 182.
They also discuss the underrated television program, "The Norm Show".
The show is closed with a hands-on review of the iPad, and the Amazon Kindle!

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Saturday, July 17, 2010

Episode 54: Work To Be Done, Condoms for Kids, Mark Hoppus' TV Show, and Donkey Kong Country Returns!


Chuck and Brad open the show by discussing some incredibly nerve-wracking upcoming work they have to do.
After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, the fellows discuss BRad's recent ingestion of a PBCB (explained on the show).
They then discuss this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's Weekly Web-Findings): the humorous article "Six Time Travel Realities Doc Brown Didn't Warn Us About", the comedy videos "Wax On/Fuck Off" with Ralph Macchio and "Rachel Bilson's Deleted Sex Scene", the band "Your Kid Sister", the trailer for the new children's movie "Rango", and a not-very-well-known-but-extremely-hilarious audio sketch from Norm MacDonald, called "Tex Hooper".
They talk about the "Zune Pass", a music subscription model from Microsoft, and its many positives.
They go on to discuss the announcement of the "Back To The Future" Trilogy 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray Release, as well as whether or not schools should give condoms to six-year-olds (Answer: No way, their dicks are too small!).
They report on the news of Mark Hoppus' new TV show, the new video subscription service Hulu Plus, and the news that made Chuck nearly faint: the upcoming game "Donkey Kong Country Returns" for the Wii!
They end the show with a discuss on the brutal beating of Bam Margera (not a joke - this really happened).

Web Couliers:
The humorous article "Six Time Travel Realities Doc Brown Didn't Warn Us About"
The comedy video "Wax On/Fuck Off" with Ralph Macchio
The comedy video "Rachel Bilson's Deleted Sex Scene"
The band "Your Kid Sister"
The trailer for the new children's movie "Rango"
The audio sketch "Tex Hooper" (starring Norm MacDonald)

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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Episode 53: Chuck and Brad Embarass Themselves


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, they move on to this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's weekly web-findings): Senior Discount's new "Three Little Birds" live video, the trailer for the documentary "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage", the new live-action "Mortal Kombat" clip, and the trailer for "Going the Distance". The fellows then discuss a polite email they received from a humble fan.
The boys in blue then commence in an experiment: They pull embarassing things that they wrote in their past and expose them to the public. The writings could eb from school papers to love poems, and are mean-spirited, short-sighted, funny, sad, and cringe-worthy. We hope everyone enjoys this one-time shame-fest.

Web Couliers:
"Three Little Birds" live video from Senior Discount
Trailer for "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage"
Mortal Kombat Live-Action Video
Trailer for "Going The Distance"

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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Episode 52: Apple Vs Microsoft, Powerglove, The Norm Show, and Going Back To High School


Chuck and Brad open the show with their classic real-life bit, "The Warren Times Police Report". After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, the boys answer a few emails, which leads to discussions on recent microblogs, and Apple surpassing Microsoft as the largest tech company in the world.
They then move on to this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's weekly web-findings: Clickable GMail signatures, Google TV, "Ian Mackellen singing the Duck Tales Theme", a Google Voice Desktop Client, a video of what happens when Mario jumps over the flagpole in the original Super Mario Bros, and the Nintendo-soundtrack-covering metal band Powerglove!
CeeBee then discuss "The Norm Show" finally coming to DVD, and Chuck's continuing diet results. They close with a Brad pondering: "What would you do if you could go back to high school?"

Web Couliers:
Clickable GMail signatures
"Ian Mackellen" singing the Duck Tales Theme
Google TV
Mario Jumping Over The Flagpole
Google Voice Desktop Client
The Nintendo-soundtrack-covering metal band Powerglove ?

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Monday, May 17, 2010

Episode 51: Defining The Term "Super-Hero"


Chuck and Brad enlist the help of Nic and Abe to truly define the word super-hero.....and they do!
Exhaustively.

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Episode 50: Robert Ebert and 3D Movies, South Park 200, Family Guy 150 and Quizzy's In Crisis


Chuck and Brad open the show with the mention of a recent prank played on their friend Tom Wells. Laughs ensue.
After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, the boys discuss a few recent trips to shows they've taken, as well as a humorous encounter Senior Discount had with female-fronted band All These Elements.
The boys answer some emails, which prompt this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's weekly web-findings): the Jim-Baglady-submitted video for "Smell Yo Dick", Roger Ebert's recent article "Why I Hate 3D Movies", a trailer for "Human Centipede", a promo for Aziz Ansari hosting the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, the article "Invisible Boy", an interesting look at past Disney animated films (and the techniques they used for animation), and South Park episode 200.
Chuck and Brad then discuss Family Guy's 150th episode (and the non-traditional route in which they went), as well as present a desperate plea for an important cause: "Quizzy's In Crisis".

Web Couliers:
"Smell Yo Dick" video
Roger Ebert's "Why I Hate 3D Movies" article
"Human Centipede" trailer
Aziz Ansari/MTV Movie Awards promo
"Invisible Boy" article
Disney animation techniques?
South Park episode 200

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Episode 49: "The Gift", Jim Carrey's Mysterious Movie, Green Day Rock Band, and True Fandom


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, the boys discuss this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's weekly web-findings): the trailer for "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World", the short film "Pixels", a trailer for "Mega Pirahna", the short film "The Gift", a trailer for "The Other Guys", and the sketches "The Audtion" and Phobias".
Brad and Chuck go on to tell the odd story behind the Jim Carrey vehicle "I Love You Phillip Morris", they discuss Green Day Rock Band, and ponder true fandom. They end with a short conversation about the creators of South Park coming out with a musical.

Web Couliers:
"Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" trailer
The short film "Pixels"
"Mega Pirahna" trailer
The short film "The Gift"
"The Other Guys" trailer
"The Audition" comedy sketch
"Phobias" comedy sketch

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Episode 48: Silly Marvel Casting, Raffle-Winning, Avatar DVDs, and Jamie Oliver vs West Virginia


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, third-time guest Aaron Arcello is welcomed to the show. The boys discuss the very recent Senior Discount show at Lupo's, the special filming they did, and Chuck's unprecedented nervousness beforehand.
Some emails are answered, prompting a discussion of disappointing April Fool's day pranks, and a convenient segue into this week's Web Couliers (Chuck and Brad's weekly web-findings): a trailer for the star-studded film "The Expendables", an article about the best April Fool's Day pranks, a trailer for the documentary "Best Worst Movie", an article about the world's greatest thief, a humorous "Back To The Future"-inspired fake letter from Doc Brown to Marty McFly, and an article written about an exchange between the writer of the film "Monster House" and a child frightened of the film.
The three pilgrims discuss a recent wrestling death, and the very odd decision to cast Chris Evans as Captain America, when he already plays the Human Torch (both owned by Marvel). The upcoming Zune HD (64 GB) is discussed, and then guest Arcello brags for a while about his innate ability to "win raffles". The boys discuss Fat Mike (of NOFX fame) and his disturbing "set" as SXSW, and "Avatar"'s extremely ironic three-release-plan in conjunction with their Earth Day DVD release. They converse about Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, and the film "Babies", and close the show with some more debate about the iPad.

Web Couliers:
"The Expendables" Trailer
Best April Fool's Day pranks article
"Best Worst Movie" trailer
The Art of the Steal article
My story about the film "Monster House" article
An Open Letter from Doc Brown to Marty McFly

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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Episode 47: Boondock Saints 2, White Crosses, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Brad's Unfulfilled Late Night Fantasy


We open the show this week with a joke (and possibly true story) about Brad as a child. Laughs all around. After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, the boys talk about their Web Couliers (their weekly web-findings): Senior Discount's track "We All Fall Down" being posted for a free download, Chuck Palahniuk's article "Live Like You're Dying" about suicide, Jimmy Kimmel's "Handsome Men's Club" sketch, the trailer for the game NBA Jam 2010, and the web sensation "Chat Roulette Piano Improv".
The fellows dish some info on Kevin Smith's "Red State" and discuss "Boondock Saints 2". Chuck introduces the segment "Chuck's Petty Print-Outs" where he exposes some rude eBay buyers and their foolish bickering. They talk about Against Me!'s leaked album "White Crosses" and the recent trip to see the Jimmy Fallon show (as well as Brad's "Unfulfilled Late Night Fantasy").
The two close the show with a discussion of the slightly drastic measures Warner Bros has taken against FYE, Redbox and Netflix.

Web Couliers:
Senior Discount - We All Fall Down
Chuck Palahniuk - Live Like You're Dying article (For people who want to commit suicide)
Jimmy Kimmel's "Handsome Men's Club"
NBA Jam 2010 Trailer
Chat Roulette Piano Improv

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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Episode 46: Exciting Music Videos and Movie Trailers, HOT TUB TIME MACHINE and Harvey Weinstein


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad answer some emails, which leads to a big discussion on copyright. The tawdry two then mention their online-finds with their weekly "Web Couliers": OK Go's TWO amazing new videos for their song "This Too Shall Pass", the trailer for Banksy's "Exit Through the Gift Shop", the Dropkick Murphys and the Mighty Bosstones performing "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" together at the Boston HOB, the trailer for the upcoming Jonah Hill/Russel Brand vehicle "Get Him To The Greek", the hilarious new website Hacked IRL, and the amazing music of Rodrigo Y Gabriela.
Chuck then talks about how Senior Discount's equipment is currently being held hostage, and ponders about how to get it back. He then laments about the Against Me documentary "We're Never Going Home", Russel Brand's "Live from New York" stand-up special, and "Hot Tub Time Machine". Brad counters Chuck with an exciting trip to a business fair, where he plays his Nintendo DS and cock-blocks a random individual.
Chuck introduces his (non-)weekly segment "Chuck's Tidbit Toss-Around" where he announces some entertainment news, and podcast padres end the show talking about a provocative new documentary that targets the unbelievable movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Web Couliers:
OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass" (Rube Goldberg Video)
OK Go - "This Too Shall Pass" (Marching Band Video)
Banksy's "Exit Through the Gift Shop" trailer"
Dropkick Murphys and the Mighty Bosstones performing "I'm Shipping Up to Boston"
"Get Him To The Greek" trailer
Hacked IRL.com
"Rodrigo Y Gabriela's Myspace


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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Episode 45: Condemning Harsh Criticism, Light Criticism, Entertainment Announcements, and the Future of Media


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad answer some emails, and mention their online-finds with their weekly "Web Couliers": a parody of the song "Too Late To Apologize", an acoustic rendition of Lady Gaga songs, and some rarely seen movie posters for Inglourious Basterds.
The two discuss the film "Edge of Darkness" which leads into a discussion on how harsh Brad can be with criticism. The two talk about the movies "Daybreakers", "Nightmare on Elm Street", "Planet Terror", "Once", the television shows "The Office", "30 Rock", "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", and the non-movie and non-television show "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog".
The terrible two talk about entertainment news including the new Streetlight Manifesto cover album, Alkaline Trio's new CD "This Addiction", Tetris Party Deluxe for the Nintendo Wii, and include a mind-bending conversation starting with the possible fall of Blockbuster, and ending with the future of media.
Also, the equally epic Brad vs(?) Domino's. You'll see.

Web Couliers:
"Too Late To Apologize"
Acoustic Lady Gaga
Rarely seen "Inglourious Basterds" posters

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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Episode 44: Where the f**k did all these Gremlins come from?


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad mention their new sponsors, and the following "Web Couliers": Demetri Martin's "Bruce the Funny Dog", an AMAZING still-video of a bank robbery called "Carousel", "Alma", Super Mario Bros 3 redone with construction paper, the new Angel and Airwaves album (free for download!), which prompts them to talk about the upcoming Angels and Airwaves movie.
Chuck talks about his experience seeing Jamie Kennedy do standup live in Boston, and Brad talks about his non-experience with nano-glass! The twosome discuss Valentine's Day backlash, and the splitting up of Fallout Boy. They go on to discuss (the lead singer of Say Anything) Max Bemis' "Song Shop" program, and the White Stripes suing the Air Force.
As has been discussed previously, the boys talk at length about Brad's guilt, and the somehow segue into the documentaries Chuck watched this week, which were about the Halloween movie series, the Friday the 13th movie series, and PETA (all of which feature similarly disturbing villians). The two childhood friends (not that they were friends when they were young - they're simply currently still children) then close the show; Chuck with some short (but intriguing) video game updates, and Brad with a story he calls "Brad's Gay Moment".

Web Couliers:
Bruce the Funny Dog
Clown Bank Robbery ("Carousel")
"Alma" Video
Super Mario Bros 3 done with construction paper
Angels and Airwaves "Love" - Free album download!

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Monday, February 8, 2010

Episode 43: Selling Out, Current-ish Movie Thoughts, Bad Cinema, and the Apple Ipad


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad talk about their new sponsors, and their "Web Couliers" for this week: the Matrix spoof at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards, Zach Galifiankis' "Between Two Ferns" with Bradley Cooper and Natalie Portman, and a in-depth analyzation of the song "American Pie".
They go on to discuss "selling out", Chuck's new diet, Jeff Ross' book "I Only Roast The Ones I Love", and the movies "Whip It", "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell", "Ong Bak 2", "Disctrict 13", "Smokin Aces 2", "Moon", "Star Wars: Clone Wars", "A Few Good Men", and "Runaway Jury".
They close the show with a talk about bad movies (including the Razzies, and an interesting project by Michael Adams), Joe Carnahan's blog (and the reason he closed it down), as well as the Apple Ipod.

Web Couliers:
Matrix spoof at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards
Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns" with Natalie Portman
Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns" with Bradley Cooper
Analyzation of Don Mcclean's "American Pie"



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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Episode 42: Disturbing Wishes from an Ex-Cohort, Sports on TV, Pet Peeves, and the Adventures of Andy Dick


After Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad welcome Lou Perella to the show. They open with an extremely creepy and disturbing new revelation about one of the group's ex-cohorts, which gets Chuck and Lou each a little heated (Brad gets as heated as a Brad can get).
They then introduce some new "Web Couliers" including an a capella version of blink 182's "What's My Age Again?", the Wu-Tang/Beatles mash-up album, a great short film from Louis CK, Michael Ian Black's blog, the trailer for the film "Buried", and a legitimate naked picture of Marge Simpson, drawn by Matt Groening! (This week's "Web Couliers" theme is "Things That Are In No Way Related"!)
The three thieves go on to discuss Andy Dick's recent arrest, and the old show "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer". A brief debate about the liking/disliking of televised sports ensues, and ends with a discussion of pet peeves.
The group then ponders the age old question "Why are they paying celebrities to do the voices of Alvin and the Chipmunks in the new films, if they're just going to distort the voices to an unrecognizeable pitch anyway?"
They talk about the new My Chemical Romance album, having music "street cred" to yourself, a short rehash of Leno and Conan (from a different standpoint), and Scrubs. Also - a new entry in the B.S. Book!

Web Couliers:
"What's My Age Again?" A capella
Wu Tang/Beatles Mash-up
Louis CK's Last Chance
Michael Ian Black's Blog
"Buried" Trailer
Marge Simpson's Naked Playboy Picture


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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Episode 41: Web Couliers, Avatar/Jersey Shore, the Late Night situation, and a pal on American Idol


(Please excuse the slight static that goes in and out for a few minutes during the podcast - there was a problem with the mic cable and we apologize.)
Before the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Brad reads a poem that Chuck wrote for school many years ago. The two jump into some forgotten Chammies and Brammies (and discuss graphic novels) and then answer some emails. They then introduce their new segment: "Web Couliers" and talk about Lamebook.com, dontevenreply.com, the new 8-bit Left 4 Dead game, College Humor's Best Fails of 2009, and Nintendo8.com.
The two buccaneers then brave the waters of 3-D film, Avatar (and its success), Jersey Shore, Thankskilling, Haiti, and Chuck introduces his new "B.S. Book". The "woodsman of media" then stumble down the trails of the movie Big Fan, sex robots, the death of Brittany Murphy, and the fact that Chuck has an acquaintance who is on American Idol this season.
They close the show with a discussion about Conan O'Brien's Late Night situation, the movie Machete, news about the Spiderman film series, and close the show with news about six or seven new upcoming comedies.

Web Couliers:
Lamebook
Don't Even Reply
Left 4 Dead 8-bit
Best Fails of 2009
Nintendo8.com

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Episode 40: Best of 2009 (Part 2)


Brad and Chuck continue last week's "Best of 2009 (and the Decade)" episode with the categories "Movies", "Video Games", "Books", and "Personal"!
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Monday, January 4, 2010

Episode 39: The Best of 2009 Part 1 (of 2)


After the Senior Discount/Sky Punch and Chuck/Brad updates, Chuck and Brad discuss a few viewer emails, as well as the new film "Brothers".
They then congratulate eachother on a year of podcasting and get right in to the Brammies and Chammies. Topics this episode: Music and Television!

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