Episode 35 – Pawn Stars Season 1 Opening

No matter how much you try to act like you’re in the movie Goodfellas, you’re just going to look like a color-coordinated bowling team. It’s Pawn Stars! Let’s sell things off screen and then try to find a plot to film before everyone clocks out at five, okay?

Aaron Littleton is your host this week, keeping track of the how old each individual member of Pawn Stars is getting by the second. John Hurst co-hosts, frantically trying to find anything to appease a History channel audience in 23 minute chunks.

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Episode 34 – Chu Chu Rocket Commercial

It’s back to the ancient internet this week with a Japanese Chu Chu Rocket commercial, possibly made at 3 AM before the commercial was due for broadcast! It’ll take longer to read this than to watch the commercial! Loop it for yourself! And then come back as we reveal the truth behind the future of our space program. Let’s Dolphin Jet!

John Hurst hosts this week after finalizing NASA’s budget for cats and mice. Aaron Littleton co-hosts, hiding cleverly behind the sound barrier.

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Episode 33 – Rurouni Kenshin/Samurai X Anime Music Video (“Crawling” by Linkin Park)

Sometimes you just need to express your angst in the only way possible: By editing together anime music videos to Linkin Park music and putting it up on the internet for all to see. We’ve all been there. One moment you’re browsing through MySpace confused by all these new emotions and the next moment you’re putting all that work into a creative endeavor that will be displayed for all the local anime con to see. And that’s a good thing! You’re being creative and making something happen! But then you delete all evidence of it someone uploads it with a “I do not own this!” 11 years later. Because they will and you will find it again. You may laugh at your younger self, and all of the deep emotion you felt when you added in all those scenes of the main character of Rurouni Kenshin looking at things off screen. But you may also wonder why you didn’t make it to “Been a While” by Staind and base it off of Neon Genesis Evangelion instead. So you open up your video editor again and the cycle begins anew.

Aaron Littleton is your host this week, perfecting his podcast shed to compliment his other podcast shed. John Hurst co-hosts from behind his sweet Windows Movie Maker video setup.

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Episode 32 – Air Bud Movie Trailer

Guys, it’s the Air Bud movie trailer. If us talking about the trailer to a movie where a dog performs feats many humans cannot do in a celebrated sport does not entice you, I don’t know what else we can do! The dog uses middle school rulebook loopholes and a vast disregard for our entire species’ sports ability in order to give us slick free throws and sick dunks. There’s a clown guy and he’s the bad guy but also may just be an insane person who has a car that does not follow the logic of how cars run? I bet you didn’t know that! I bet you’ve haven’t even watched Air Bud! Prove me wrong, buddy!

John Hurst hosts this week’s episode, attempting to meld together our various podcast slogans into one Frankenstein Monster Podcast Slogan(tm). Aaron Littleton co-hosts and works on his near-perfect Mr. Grimm from Twisted Metal cosplay.

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Episode 31 – Subway Commercial feat CIMORELLI

Who just picks up a wrapped Subway sub from the catering table without even checking what it is?! Cimorelli does! And they apparently prefer it that way! What if it’s a non-standard sub,  Cimorelli? Like perhaps the Frito Chicken Enchilada Melt? Can they take the power within that extra crunch? Or will it remind them of the lives they left behind? Tune in and find out!

Aaron Littleton hosts this week, having just recently returned from a Hot Set with fresh Subway Sandwiches. John Hurst co-hosts, scribbling away fanfiction based on the new Cimorelli Universe (that is totally canon.)

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