- Oct 25, 2017
They got some real big dick energy guests lately.
That's right. Doesn't she show up at the courthouse claiming she's the reason Kirk bought it in the first place? In the end the painting turned out to be an elaborate forgery.
That's from a Season 13 episode.
Reminds me of the time I stumbled across Jay defending Colin Moriarty on Reddit.
They're all here: https://talkingsimpsons.libsyn.com/
Yeah, I read about that. It's truly, truly fucked. If it's any consolation for the people in this thread though, he created a Gofundme set at $3.5k to re-purchase all his stolen stuff and it's now at about $6.5k when I last checked:
The RSS feeds only go 100 episodes back IIRC.
Chris left for personal reasons.This week's episode has to be one of the worst. It was a sports episode and the two hosts are proud to be totally ignorant about sports. Every time the one dude goes off on a tangent about wrestling or Florida I cringe. Also it doesn't help that the guest host sounds miserable. What happened to that third dude they had? They didn't mention he was leaving and then poof he was gone.
I just wish Henry at this point would drop the lethargic "Oh boy, Bobby" thing altogether. It was cute at first, but now, it's just a bitter pill to swallow knowing that we're not likely going to see Chris again.
Sounds like they just had a different experience. Maybe the shops in their area were like that. I've never bought fireworks so I dunno.ok I need some confirmation/denial:
does anyone else find them too know-it-all-y? I usually binge the podcast for a while then get sick of it.
I was listening to the summer of 4'2" episode and they were talking about buying fireworks as kids. And one of them said you had to tell the store that you were buying them to scare birds away at your farm, and the other without missing a beat was like "yeah had to do it all the time!"
I grew up in GA, and am no stranger to state-line fireworks shops. Not once did I ever say this/hear this. These motherfuckers act like they have photographic memory
One of them talked about going to a different city to buy them where it was legal. Why would you travel to a legal store and make up a story to buy fireworks.Sounds like they just had a different experience. Maybe the shops in their area were like that. I've never bought fireworks so I dunno.
I don't find them too much like know-it-alls. Honestly that's what I like about it, getting to nerd out over small things that other people don't care about.