Monday, October 29, 2012

Podcast: No Hyperbole Allowed (Episode 21)

**Just in time for Hurricane Sandy...there's no better way to spend your hours shut in with no electricity than to listen to our podcast on one of your (hopefully) battery-operated devices. And in case your TV stops working, just listen to it over and over again**

Aaaaaaaaand we're back! 2 months off have been good rest for our podcast muscles. The ones in our brains. The brain muscles. It's all very scientific. Our most recent podcast is so old that in it we recapped the London Olympics. We barely even remember those! Other than the fact that we beat the crap out of China.

Rich and Colin have a surprise guest this week! Guess who! Just guess. We'll give you a hint: he's related to Colin and his name rhymes with Fawn O'Shiggins.

We spend most of this week's 'cast talking about politics, which is nice for Colin since he gets to gang up on that pinko commie, Rich, with his America-loving conservative brother man, Sean. Guess who's writing this podcast description! We'll give you a hint: he's extremely good-looking and his name rhymes with Folin O'Shiggins. And also, he's quite handsome in case we forgot to mention the part about his extreme handsomeness.

We make some small mention of how awesome TV has become with shows like Game of Thrones, Homeland, Waking the Dead or the Walking Dead or whatever, and all that other stuff that's on. Rich thinks it might not be that the TV shows are so awesome but that it's probably 'cause we're old and can't be bothered to go out and do what those crazy kids do with the dancing and the drinking and the bizzing and the bopping.

And also, this is what we think of when we see President Obama's "Forward." campaign slogan.


  1. FYI, according to "the Internet" -

    "Until the United States turns 241 years old in 2017, ancient Athens remains the longest living democracy in world history."

    So we're almost there...

  2. Also, Georg R.R. Martin is bald. He has a comb-over, so my description was spot on. I am so smart.

  3. The last good Simpsons episode was in 2007 S19 E1 "He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs" I recommend checking it out, special guest stars Stephen Colbert and Lionel Richie.