Matt and Bob welcome back returning guest of the show and disgusting sinner who watches dubbed anime, Matt Tull! Together they very much enjoy a post-apocalyptic, desert movie about the search for human sperm...PHOENIX THE WARRIOR! aka SHE-WOLVES OF THE WASTELAND!
WHOSE ROLL IS IT ANYWAY? is a troupe of Baltimore performers that play Dungeons & Dragons where the characters and even the Dungeon Master are at the mercy of a live audience. Monsters, spells, magical items, and more are submitted by crowd members during the game!
The party takes a stand against Dread Lord Ed Sheeran in part two of this thrilling adventure. As three misfits and an ensen descend into the cavernous Spencer's Gift Shop, bored stock-clercs, teleporting sharks, rutabagas with sexy legs, and furr-naked reverse double-spiders all stand in their way.
Matt and Bob welcome back the "second best friend of the show", Baltimore musician and Garfield enthusiast Curt Schmelz! Together they watch a made-for-tv movie about how children are a burden to be ignored, that might have also been funded by a cult: TOUGHLOVE! Starring Lee Remick, Jason Patric and the legendary Bruce Dern! Join the guys as they recall watching a very poor VHS rip of the original television broadcast on youtube and excitedly screaming about how much more interesting the 80's commercials are than the actual film itself!
WHOSE ROLL IS IT ANYWAY? is a troupe of Baltimore performers that play Dungeons and Dragons, where the characters and even the Dungeon Master are at the mercy of a live audience. Monsters, spells, magical items, and more are submitted by crowd members during the game!
This week our antiheroes follow the prophets of Cat Centauria into the darkest plane of Sheering. Everything is fur. Everything is knives. Everyone is left-handed, and the Dread Lord Ed Sheeran has driven its denizens to malice and war.
Matt and Bob welcome back MikeTV to endure yet another Andy Sidaris classic...DAY OF THE WARRIOR! Join these three as they try to understand a soft-core pornography spy-thriller where everyone dresses like they were teleported from a Sega Genesis game and the WCW's own Buff Bagwell plays a villain by saying almost no words, maintaining a heavy layer of body grease and...wrestling Julie Strain.