In some vaguely European city masquerading as the United States, a flaxen haired youth is blocked by a businessman in a car. Tapping the power of an ancient spirit, this bug-eyed young man breaks the laws of God and man to make things right!
Yes, it’s just your average, everyday ad for Mentos.
Aaron Littleton hosts while avoiding Diet Coke and chooses a Mentos commercial as the video of the episode. John Hurst cohosts and stays full of life.
In the 1800s, in a small town called Shady Grove, a religion was accidentally founded that swept the world by storm. How this affects a small Californian high school in the early 90s says a lot about all of us. Well, us anyway.
Opportunity knocks for Mark Paul Gosselaar and a deep schism emerges!
John Hurst hosts and chooses the Saved by the Bell theme song as our video of the week. Aaron Littleton is co-host and obviously sleepy.
Video Death Loop Episode 11 – Saved by the Bell Theme Song
Texas Ranger Sgt. Cordell Walker may be a repository of ancient Native American lore, kung fu skills and Old West justice, but his one true nemesis and greatest failure lies within the boundary of Texas itself!
I don’t mean to be offensive here, but we find out what happens between seasons of the show as we watch the opening theme of his show on loop.
Aaron Littleton hosts and chooses the Walker, Texas Ranger theme song as the video of the week. John Hurst cohosts and looks behind himself when he’s in Texas.
Video Death Loop Episode 10 – Walker, Texas Ranger Theme Song
Have such simple lyrics ever gotten so much play as Daytona USA’s minimalist attract mode song? Honestly, watching this was really not very different than wasting away one’s youth in a late-90s era arcade, which if you couldn’t tell from this podcast, we certainly did.
“When pizza’s on a bagel, you can have pizza any time.”
Sure, we all know that’s true, but the question to ask is: why? We dig deep into the intricate lore surrounding the infamous Bagel Bites theme song and find out how it all relates to soda revivalism and modern American politics.
Aaron Littleton hosts and chooses the 1997 Bagel Bites commercial as the video of the week. John Hurst cohosts and fills up on carbos.
Video Death Loop Episode 9 – Bagel Bites Commercial