100 episodes?! What were we thinking?! We’re joined by friend of the show Sara to celebrate our one hundredth weekly mistake, which in this case is watching S05E03, “I Do and I Don’t”. Lots of very special things happen this week! We say goodbye to some old friends, say hello to some new profanity, and welcome back Bruno Mars for a reprise. This week, I AM MAD AT RICKY AGAIN. Episode!
Apologies for the confusion, the first version of this episode had some severe audio issues, so we took it down to re-edit. This is the final, fixed version, including 7 minutes and 29 seconds of content that was previously unusable.
Little bit of an easy-listening episode this week, as we gather round to talk about other podcasts and try to remember which countries we’re all actually from. Topics this week include: Trudeau’s brownface uh-ohs, the bad state of political reporting, the worsening tension in US-Saudi-Iranian-Yemeni relations, and worst of all: more mueller report shit. We also talk about the ongoing UAW strike, updates on the straight-pride protestors, and some loser getting banned from FurFest
The Taxpayers – Evil Men
Pete Seeger – Which Side Are You On?
Supernatural fans, get the shotguns! It’s S05E02, “Shotgun”, another episode where very little actually happens! We can’t remember what Dylan’s mom’s name is so we just say some words. If at any point during this episode, you’re not sure what we’re talking about? We’re probably talking about Dylan’s mom, Pumpkin Spice Latte. This week, fluff time’s over. See you next week for a good one!
Four seasons down, but content never sleeps! Our nightmare continues with S05E01, “To Begin With…” and boy! We sure couldn’t hear each other for most of this episode! It’s perhaps our connectionissuesiest episode yet, but we somehow managed to discuss this entire episode. What was it about? Looks like… [checks notes] mostly milk? This week, the milk was a great idea. Thank you as always to the God of Television!
We did it! Four seasons complete! That’s a whole year of television, which is when a show ends. But first, we have to talk about S04E24, “Love Is Love”. What if, last episode, but with more overt homophobia? Fortunately, Producer Lauren is here to enjoy it with us, except for the part where Sam had to physically restrain her because she was getting too mad. This week, Ricky and George aren’t the worst characters. How fun for us!
Ah! Hm! Hello! This episode. This episode is S04E23, the cryptically-titled “4SNP”, and it’s, ah! Hmm! What do you say about this episode? What do you say about the episode that had fanforum.com Secret Life subforum users saying in the livewatch thread that they were dropping the show? The episode with a close-up shot of [REDACTED]? This week, the dialogue really is that bad. Sorry!
We missed a week because Jordan liked the show so much it made him very sick, but we’re back to talk about S04E22, “The Text Best Thing”! That’s right: it’s the texting episode! Brenda’s kids have been texting at the dinner table, and she’s not happy about it! This week, HELLO MRS. HAMPTON THIS IS SAM AND JORDAN, CAN WE SPEAK TO KEITH TRUESDELL? (I hope all of our listeners have seen Bye Bye Birdie!)
You know, sometimes writing these descriptions is a real struggle. What is there to say every week when the plot of every single episode these days is just “Amy is bad, and Ricky is a handsome genius”? It’s S04E21, “Allies”, and it certainly is an episode of Secret Life. Between the mandatory Amy hate and Omar’s, uh, heel turn??? there’s not a whole lot of good things to talk about, but at least George is hilarious as always! This week, we love Game of Scrones. You’ll get ’em next time, Keith!
What’s up fellow teens? Jordan, here! Sam is on vacation this week and made the mistake of leaving me in charge of editing/uploading the podcast. We’re talking about Season 4 Episode 20 (nice) of the Secret Life of the American Teenager. Mysteriously titled: Strange Familiar…and it’s a weird one! It’s an episode full of TV dad metamorphoses, realistic french accents, lightweight boxes, and relationship riddles. This week, we have a mysterious, finger-sucking quandary. Your pizza is ready!
WARNING: This episode contains a lot of very bad voices. Have you ever wanted to know what we think Lois Griffin sounds like? If so, you’re going to hate this episode, because it’s not good. It’s S04E19, “The Splits”! Finally, a show for teens that tackles the real issues: divorce, cigars, and fishing licenses. What more could you want? This week, it’s time to T-pose in the kitchen! We should go.