Episode 82 : Something something

I’ll be honest… I’m not feeling great, and I’m exhausted. And we did a double episode tonight. So I can’t really remember what this first one was about.


But, by definition, it’s awesome. So check it out. You know you’re gonna.

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14 Responses to Episode 82 : Something something

  1. Bloodsparrow says:

    Re – Leg/Calf pain when trying to walk. – Tony, I’ll have some leg excersizes to do for your hamstrings and stuff. I’m seeing my Personal Trainer later today and confirm which ones are best.

    “Never mind.” – Double word score and a cookie for William for the Miss Latessa refrence.

    Okay, you guys want to talk about Cabin in the Woods and I haven’t seen it yet, so I’m going to pause the episode and come back to it after seeing it.

    • themagicaltalkinghat says:

      We work pretty hard to avoid any spoilers, Bloodsparrow. You’re probably safe.

      • Bloodsparrow says:

        Good. Because I didn’t have time to watch it.

        On the subject of stuff to do to make your legs stronger so they don’t suck when you try to walk.

        I made a video for you at my gym. It was at the end of the day, it was hot and I’m wearing my frumpy pj pants and last year’s New York ComicCon T-Shirt… So I look really terrible and I will only be sharing the link to the video ONLY WITH YOU instead of posting it publicly.

        • Bloodsparrow says:

          Joss – I was hopeful for Dollhouse and I kept waiting for it to be better then it was. It had some nice MOMENTS. But otherwise I agree it was ABYSMAL.

    • Bloodsparrow says:

      Excellent examples of audio dramas – There’s a company called “Big Finish” and they do audio dramas for Classic Doctor Who, Sapphire and Steel, Dark Shadows and a few other things… Their stuff is AWESOME.

      There’s also a Podcast called “We’re Alive” which is a Zombie Apocalypse story and that’s pretty good though I was never able to get caught up. Also it takes place in LA and it made me homesick.

    • Bloodsparrow says:

      Catching the bus – YAY PRODUCER

      Debate – I don’t want to talk about it.

    • Bloodsparrow says:

      What do you look for in a hotel –

      I totally agree with the idea of a business that doesn’t have a website. I won’t stay away from a place that has no website.

      Myself, I look at price and location. I prefer a place with an airport shuttle or at least convenient public transportation. Breakfast included is nice, but not required. I agree with wanting a mini-fridge, but not required.

      When I get into the room I look for the following:
      – I want it to smell nice, but as long as it doesn’t smell bad it doesn’t have to smell like anything.
      – I look at the number and quality of the towels. They don’t have to be Egyptian Cotton, or new, but they do need to be of a reasonable size and softness.
      – There needs to be hot water available. One time I came back to a really nice hotel room with a huge jet bath tub from a work conference and my legs were killing me. They had turned off the hot water for some reason! The water was ice cold, it was painful.

    • Bloodsparrow says:

      Mortal Combat –
      I agree, the Mortal Combat movie was pretty fun, and I have never played Mortal Combat.

      From what I understand Tony, your assessment of Street Fighter is correct.

  2. Kiya Bee says:

    Squats are a good way to stretch your hamstrings and glutes before walking, and can be done easily at home. Here’s a description of “good form” squats that may be helpful, even if you don’t do this particular program:


    Mortal Kombat is the only fighting game that I’ve played with some degree of success, and have even beaten Mr. Bee at it.

  3. Dave of Id says:

    Best Ted Knight impression EVER!

  4. Dave of Id says:

    And for the Wonder Twins in you there’s this, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38VbvKmFx2I.

  5. The Original Beth says:

    I just stayed in a hotel for 4 nights last week for work. Midweek, I went to breakfast by myself at the Original Pancake House and ordered what ended up being a huge apple pancake. I only ate half. Then the waitress asked if I’d like a box. I said, “no, I’m staying a hotel and don’t have a fridge.” She responded “that’s ok, this doesn’t need to be refrigerated.” I still declined the box and immediately wished I hadn’t eaten the first half. What the heck was in my Apple Dutch Baby that makes it shelf stable!!?!

    Elementary sounds not very good. I missed the part of the debate where Romney made good points – I heard him agree with Mr. Obama on some points, but then not explain how his view was different. “I agree with the president on this piece of healthcare legislation but I disagree about Obamacare” – ok. Please explain to me what your view is and why it is better. Maybe if you listened to the debate on the radio, Obama did better.

  6. William says:

    I actually wondered about that. I do think most of the complaints about Obama’s performance pertained to how he looked during the whole thing. Bored. Annoyed. Etc.

    That said, the President was, actually, on the defensive pretty-much the entire time. So while I think his performance probably did play better on the radio, I think most listeners would have concluded that Romney “debated” better, even in spite of not being very clear about a great number of things.

    (And… I thought Romney’s point about Obamacare was that he did like the program as a *state* initiative rather than as a federal one. But it’s entirely possible I’m doing some of Romney’s work for him in that perception.)

  7. Mark says:

    Tony: Skinny, tall Michael Moore? So William looks like Michael Moore only not?

    William: Thanks for the heads up about Alloy Orchestra/Nosferatu. I doubt I’ll make it down for that, but I know other people who might be interested.

    Producer: Run Producer Run! :p

    A new Beth, Anewbeth, Anbuis?

    Microphone placement: Maybe you should try convincing TMTH‘s massive advertising revenues to buy a second mic that can be put closer to William or one that can be actually attached to him to fix his continued failing to talk into the mic.

    Elementary: The first episode showed some promise, but didn’t deliver on that promise in the episode; I plan to keep watching for now, but I’m not sold on it. Also, William’s right that they did go for the romantic/sexual tension right away. I don’t like this Holmes, but I like the actor.

    Joss Wedon: Firefly was great, though the execution could have been better (and likely would have been if Fox hadn’t killed it). Dollhouse & Buffy were wretched.

    Gaimen: Meh, I’ve read some of his comics and some of his novels; none of them really do anything for me.

    Tony’s impression of the Superfriends narrator was spot on! Well done sir!

    If you don’t care enough about your website to have a good one, to me that says you don’t care enough about your business for me to want to spend money with you.

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