The Nostalgia Roadtrip

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Episode 158: Tobe Hooper-ing To Get a Chance To See Mathilda May’s Alien Boobies

Episode 158: Tobe Hooper-ing To Get a Chance To See Mathilda May’s Alien Boobies

In this episode, Our lovable hosts honor and discuss the great filmmaker that brought us some great alien boobies: Tobie Hooper. We also discuss leather face and it’s lesser adored sequel, The Texas chainsaw massacre 2, and other Tobe Hooper classics. We also talk about Actress Mathilda May and her lack of clothing in the film LIFEFORCE…… mostly because it featured some man-on-man kissing with Patrick Stewart.

Oh, and we also, once again, talk about Canon Films!

 

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 157: Getting a big F-U from Nintendo as we whore out our souls for some sweet SNES minis

Episode 157: Getting a big F-U from Nintendo as we whore out our souls for some sweet SNES minis

In this episode, Our lovable hosts are bitchin’ and complaining about not getting our hands on those sweet SNES mini pre-sales. We also talk about certain videos games in our most video-gamy episode ever.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back. No reservations needed.

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Episode 156: Expecting a Blue Hedgehog Revival

Episode 156: Expecting a Blue Hedgehog Revival

In this episode, Our lovable hosts are going back to the 90s, all thanks to a blue blur filled with chilly dogs! It’s SONIC MANIA BAY-BAY!!We also talk about forgotten video game mascots that are only discussed jokingly.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back. We’re more awesome than a possum!!!

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Episode 155: Hot doggin’ Away From the Matrix Tears of Leadership

Episode 155: Hot doggin’ Away From the Matrix Tears of Leadership

In this episode, Our lovable hosts remembering a fallen leader. A soldier who will live in our little kiddie hearts; Optimus Prime! We discuss our love/hate relationship with the movie that was made in order to make toys and wonder why the dude who voiced Starscream was a total dick! We also talk about how kids these days will never know what a Lemon Party is.

It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

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Episode 154: Hokuto no Fonzarelli

Episode 154: Hokuto no Fonzarelli

In this episode, Our lovable hosts are talking more about the Golden Girls and express their ideas for launching a Garry Marshall expanded universe reboot. You’re gonna love how we ruin your old favorite comedic sitcoms.

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Episode 153: Super Jesus And His Awesome Apostles Battle the Deadly Perpetrator

Episode 153: Super Jesus And His Awesome Apostles Battle the Deadly Perpetrator

In this episode, Our lovable hosts actually sound clear, for once and that’s because we are in the same room.  Hear us talk about Geekdom and some of what happened during Comic Con weekend! We also talk about Jesus Christ being a super hero and Our movie pitch for a detachable killer penis. It’s two morons killing a half hour of your life that you will never get back, HOOOOORAY!!!

 

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Episode 100: It’s our 100th Episode EXTRAVIGANZA!!!!

Episode 100: It’s our 100th Episode EXTRAVIGANZA!!!!

In this episode: Your hosts talk about why the heck we do this silly thing, and why we’ve done so for 100 episodes. We
also have special guests from three of our favorite podcasts coming in to share what makes “nostalgia” such an interesting thing.

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