Episode 28 : No time for TV, I’m destroying the world!

We discuss some very important issues in this episode.  Crucial issues for our times.  BBQ, pizza, and television.  Also, when there’s time, we try to destroy the world.  And find out what other crazy things William *didn’t* do as a child….



We discuss some TV shows, both old ones (and twos) and new ones (and twos).



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5 Responses to Episode 28 : No time for TV, I’m destroying the world!

  1. Mark says:

    Since you revealed in this episode that you’re using Audacity to record the podcast, here’s a bunch of video tutorials on using it (at least one of which explains explains some basic editing…).

    Disturbingly enough I find myself agreeing with Tony in that I find everything released on CW suspect, but also some of them appear to be interesting.

    Lex was the main reason to watch Smallville, when I still watched Smallville. But I think I gave up on it earlier than season 4; not sure really, just know that it went too soap opera-y for me. The spandex character of the week bit you mention sounds like they were more strongly returning to their comic book roots.

    If it takes getting past the entire first season before a show gets good enough to be worth watching, I don’t know that the show is worth it.

    I don’t know that we’ve started watching any of the new shows, but I’m thinking we’re dropping some (we’ve been watching too many procedural, forensics shows).

    Pork can be really tasty and I have many fond remembrances of real bacon, but I only very rarely get to eat the real stuff any more (since Michelle’s allergic).

    William: Sauerkraut is an abomination unto Nuggin! Though pineapple (particularly when combined with pepperoni) is a fabulous pizza topping and likely was a gift to mankind from Blind Io (or possibly Offler).

    My folks and I used to Breadeaux Pizza fairly often. And they still exist but all the nearby locations closed years ago. Little Caesars has opened 2 locations relatively close to our house. This combined with their ready made $5 large pizza is dangerous. It’s not great pizza, but for $5 it’s pretty good.

    Tony: That minor spoiler from the later Dresden Files book is excellent and is inspiring me to work a bit harder to read the entire series.

  2. Kiya Bee says:

    Words cannot express how much I love Avatar: The Last Airbender. It’s actually the cartoon that got me into anime, as I realized that animated shows could actually be good and enjoyable to a grownup audience. I won’t spoil anything, but we watched it while it was airing on Nickelodeon because my son was really into it, and I initially found some parts of the ending to be a little strange, but after a rewatch (we own the DVD boxsets) it all makes sense. It’s really an awesome show. 🙂

  3. SirGuido says:

    Oh Tony….

    How could you?

    There are FOUR distinct types of barbecue: Memphis, Texas, Kansas City, and CAROLINA! They are of course distinguished by the type of meat(Texas is beef the rest normally pork, but Memphis is primarily pork butt or babyback ribs but Kansas City is normally spare ribs), but also by type of sauce(Texas is normally no sauce, Memphis generally tomato or vinegar based spicy, Kansas City is normally a sweeter sauce, and Carolina is normally a vinegar based mustard sauce).

    I am disappoint.

  4. SirGuido says:


    I would put a glowing and stellar review on iTunes if it weren’t for the fact that I flat out refuse to touch that damn program ever again. Sorry.

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