“Let the goddamn helicopter go and get your ass back to Lexington.” – Art Mullen This show gets me. It knows that deep down, in my soul, all I’ve ever wanted is a scene where Raylan leaves his badge in the car and goes on a vigilante
Molly Regan helps Shailene Woodley and all other young starlets understand what is and isn't feminism.
The Mabel Memorial Hobo Madness “NBC Used to Be Good and Now It Kind of Sucks” Tournament officially kicked off this past Wednesday. Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle plowed through the Sweet 16 round on the show, whittling the contenders down to just two episodes of Parks
Fontina Turner serves up three new Game of Thrones inspired recipes - Catelyn Stark’s Red Wedding Soup, Robert Baratheon’s Drunken Boar Sandwich and Tywin Lannister’s Brownie Commode à la Mode.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss Jessie Eisenberg's first photo as Lex Luthor, Taco Bell's new attack ad depicting McDonalds as an oppressive Communist regime and the Super Troopers 2 and Con Men crowdsourcing campaigns. They also bring back the Hobo Madness tournament, this time
“Give me one reason I should believe anything you say.” – Avery Markham I did not see that coming. Of course, neither did Raylan or Boyd. So much of this episode was a cat-and-mouse game between the two of them, each one predicting the other’s moves and
Joel Murphy imagines what happened after Andy and Red were reunited in Zihuatanejo.
The Internet gods have decided to constantly bombard Molly Regan with information about the Duggars, which she finds baffling and overwhelming.
Part two of Kim Le's story from her six-week journey to India.
This week, Lars Periwinkle explains the history of St. Patrick's Day using a wacky character he invented with a vaguely German-sounding accent. He and Joel Murphy also talk about the HBO documentary series The Jinx, Joel's run-in with the Motor Vehicle Administration and the dos and don'ts