EPISODE 167: Suspiria (1977)

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This week, our friend Piper came on to talk at length about Dario Argento’s Suspiria, and in the process got a history lesson about PogChamp!

Piper can be found on Twitter @OneStrawShort!

Intro/outro music by Satah who makes music under the name people you meet outside of bars, for more tunes head over to gaygothvibes.online!

Edited by Sara, who has once again gotten into her food bag and made a huge mess of the pantry.

099 – Hashtag Silvercorp, Again

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Matt, Val, and Sara continue to have a very normal and regular one this episode. They discuss J*cob W*hl, the Supreme Court, the virus, and #regimechange #tactics #crossfit. There’s also a healthy dose of tangents, and some Marge Simpson voice thrown in at the end.

Music used:
Evil Men – The Taxpayers
Ladies – Fiona Apple

Edited by Val

EPISODE 166: Escape Room

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Well, Hugo award-winner Blair finally solved the puzzle and got out of the editing bay, so I figured I’d reward him by letting him talk about Escape Room before shoving him back in there. Seemed fitting, y’know? In addition, we also talked about our snacking habits, the funniest euphemisms for pussy, and Chekov’s lecture hall!

Intro/outro music by Satah who makes music under the name people you meet outside of bars, for more tunes head over to gaygothvibes.online!

Edited by Sara, who knows that you just let her inside but really, really wants to go back outside.

098 – Our First Milky President

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Avengers who? Say hello to the most ambitious crossover event in history as Ciarán from Corner Spaeti comes on to give us all the info we need about last week’s Labour leaks, and we commiserate over the universal experience of moderates sabotaging the progressive wing of our country’s party. We also talk about the political alignments of the Mushroom Kingdom denizens, Sean Bean’s nomenclature origins, and O.J. Simpson!

Ciarán can be found on Twitter at @CiaranDold and on Corner Spaeti, which can be found at operationglad.io!

Featuring: Sara, Matt, ScotMatt, alex
Also edited by Sara

Music used:
Evil Men – The Taxpayers
Demi Adejuyigbe – Rejected Lyrics to HBO’s Succession Theme

EPISODE 165: The Lighthouse

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Yar!!! It’s time to bone up on your sea shanties and off-hand knowledge of the Prometheus myth, because this week we’re diving dick-first into The Lighthouse, with our guest Sarah (@SarahMcCostumes)!! In addition to politely speaking around the amounts of c*m and p*ss and other b*dily fl*ids in this film, our topics include: Naruto, briefly, semen staining the lighthouse-top, art school mode, and, inevitably, petplay.

RECOMMENDATIONS:
Half-life
Song of the Sea

Theme music thanks to Satah, you can find more of their work under people you meet outside of bars.

Editing done by Blair Kitsch, who you can find lying supine in the sun on his balcony because oh my god it’s finally above fifty degrees outside.

EPISODE 164: From Dusk Till Dawn

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This week, Lavender joins us to take a break from horror movies to argue semantics about whether or not Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn, is actually a horror movie? Sara picks a real stupid hill to die on, because with the amount of Quentin Tarantino foot content in this movie, it is undoubtedly a horror film.

Lavender can be found on twitter at @lavendermanna!

Intro/outro music by Satah who makes music under the name people you meet outside of bars, for more tunes head over to gaygothvibes.online!

Episode edited by Sara who was last seen batting a plastic ball around your kitchen floor.

097 – The Bad Yogi Bear Impression That I Get

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Val and Sara discuss healthcare, electoral politics, the virus, and the effects of each on the others. Plus ska,  Yogi Bear, what a son debate might sound like, and Sara’s presidential bid as America’s first ever business-lady President.

Nicknames this week come from this article, a Medium op-ed (not an article from The Onion as stated in the episode)

Music used:
The Impression That I Get – The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Evil Men – The Taxpayers

Edited by Val

EPISODE 163: Tusk

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Mr. Huge Jorts is on the scene, folks, and he’s presented us with some extremely challenging material! Roy joins us this week to Manitoba: Become Walrus as we watch Kevin James’s Tusk. Mr. Epicmealtime, PLEASE go on Fearbaiting!

RECOMMENDATIONS:
BNA: Brand New Animal
Jigsaw puzzles!

Roy can be found on twitter at @semperfunny, and her Mo Dao Zu Shi podcast is Podcasting is Forbidden in the Cloud Recesses!

Intro/outro music by Satah who makes music under the name people you meet outside of bars, for more tunes head over to gaygothvibes.online!

Edited by Sara, who can be found curled up in a ball in the middle of someone’s bed.

096 – The Entire Country Would Become The Damn Joker

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Folks, we may be stuck at Pokémon HOME for the foreseeable future but you can’t deny that soon we’ll be Pokémon Laughing All The Way To The Polls! Join Sara, Val, Matt and the triumphantly returning Caroline for a definitely not pre-recorded livestream because they have all definitely still been alive for the past week. The celebs are at it again, animal crossing stonks are the only ones that matter anymore, and most importantly we reveal the official ice cream of the show. Also they talk about Joe Stories and him being dead a lot but they never say “Joe”st Stories so this is just me punching it up in post. Enjoy!

Featuring: Caroline, Matt, Sara, Val
Edited by alex

Music used:
The Taxpayers – Evil Men
Johnny Marks – Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

 

EPISODE 162: Ready or Not

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Who’s that hiding behind that bush in your neighbors back yard? Why, it’s Fearbaiting, and with a new episode, no less! If you promise not to give us up, we’ll share our hiding spot and our conversation with János (@janoskapuvari) about Ready or Not, a horror movie kind of about the children’s game hide and seek but also about classism and class warfare. What a blast! Topics also include: quarantine check-ins, Animal Crossing but in real life, teenage film pretensions, and MORE!

RECOMMENDATIONS:
Chihayafuru
One Piece

Theme music thanks to Satah, you can find more of their work under people you meet outside of bars.

Editing done by Blair Kitsch, who you can find tucked up into a ball the size of just one pea.