Just when Tony Marion thought he was out, Comcast pulled him back in.
Joel Murphy reviews the first episode of season seven of Game of Thrones.
Tony Marion offers some free advice to the sloppy copywriters at Emaillist.net.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about how their generation have lazily been labeled "Xennials." They also discuss their lack of excitement for the new Spider-man film, Andrew Garfield's idiotic comments about being gay "without the physical act" and how Peak TV makes it possible to lose
Tony Marion's battles with Comcast have been well documented on this site. This week, things take a turn as he contemplates finally making a change.
From her very first conversation with Carrie Coon's Gloria Burgle in the bathroom of a police station, Olivia Sandoval burst into season three of Fargo as the lovably unfiltered Winnie Lopez. We sat down with Sandoval to talk about her journey as an actor, her band Whiskey
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the announcement that Ron Howard will take over directing Disney's Han Solo film. Also, Joel stops by another Peak Sloth podcast, Annie's Boobs struggles in the playoffs and Joel stages an intervention for Lars.
Sue's Crusade comes to a crescendo as she finally gets a call from the corporate office about her grocery store music complaint.
Paulino García hitchhiked from Spain to Paris, traveled to Tel Aviv to work on a kibbutz, made friends with students at the Sorbonne by translating song lyrics and eventually got a job working for Hanna-Barbera, which lead him to America and eventually a job at Disney.
Tony Marion tries to be the voice of reason to his mom, Sue, as she continues her quest to rid a chain of grocery stores of the early 90's Top 40 song “Possum Kingdom” by Toadies.