It’s finally here! Guy lost the western poll, apparently Tombstone isn’t the best western ever. You know what that means listeners, Guy has to wear the shock collar! Guy took it like a real champ, and wore it way longer than any of us expected. Things get a little jumbled, but man is it funny. The “Rage Gauge” hits a new high of 112dB. When Guy finds out that he hit a new level on the Rage Gauge he goes from mad about the shock collar, to happy. It was a really weird transition.
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On this weeks episode of the Intermission Podcast
This week we open with a discussion about Pitch Black Mountain Dew Jello. Whick of course leads to our idea for “Mountain-brew” and other Mountain Dew flavors. Ever hear of Mountain Dew Doritos? They exist!
Craig tells a story about a trip to the hospital, because he was pretty sure he was going to die.
Do chicken strips belong on pizza? We think so.
Guy likes the leaked pictures of the Ninja Turtles.
We finally get Guy to wear the shock collar. Things get kind of jumbled for a while, but it’s still pretty entertaining. As we are discussing next weeks episode Corey lies about a heart condition to avoid the shock collar. He quickly changes his tune when we bring up a paintball gun.
Anyone watch Family Guy? Last week there was a character that very closely resembled Josh, and his likeness. Same name and everything.
Groundhog Day, isn’t on TV! What’s wrong with this world!?
Gateway Film Center, a theater in Columbus, Ohio shows Groundhog Day for 24 hours, and if you make it through the marathon, you get free movies for a year! How awesome is that?
Last week Craig mentioned that Seth MacFarlane’s new western, A Million Ways to Die in the West was going to be a serious western. He was way wrong. It’s going to be a comedy, and a good one at that!
We discuss Super Bowl Trailers. And our disgust of trailers for trailers. Yet again we are on the topic of Doritos talking about our favorite Super Bowl commercials. That’s the second time this week.
Trailers we discuss:
- Draft Day
- Spider-Man 2
- 3 Days to Kill
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- The Monuments Men
Hey, Philip Seymour Hoffman died. Apparently he OD’d on drugs. This leads us to the realization that we will outlive all of our movie idols.
The official choice for Lex Luther makes Guy wish that they would have cast Denzel Washington.
One of our fans sent Corey a gift. It’s an awesome badge. He really likes it. Because it’s awesome.