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)

Song List Here (this link is only functional on podcast website)http://www.seniordiscountmusic.com

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"

Song List Here (this link is only functional on podcast website)http://www.seniordiscountmusic.com