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Alternate Titles: "All Tense On The Internet" or "Metaphysically Dropping Mics"
- Tonight's Beverages: Labatt Ice (Dirk); Kentucky Ball Slap (Otto).
- Opening greetings and the benefits of Liking us on FaceSpace.
- The SNL Riblet sketches prompted by the mic-dropping references:
- Even better than the mentioned EW cover is the character poster for Vision that dropped the day after taping:
- For some reason, the WKRP Johnny Fever sobriety test clip isn't anywhere online. Sorry.
- A shout-out to Dave Walent of Sweetwater, the Official Sales Rep of Culture Vultures who help configure our latest bunch of recording gear. If you're looking for musical/recording gear, give him a call and tell him we sent you. (We don't get any kickbacks from anything you may buy; just want to share a helpful resource.)
- Previewing next week's Detroit Zombie Apocalypse III show. Visit The Walking Hope here.
- Bid on the hoodie signed by 55(!) cast members from The Walking Dead thru April 18, 2015 here.
- A shout-out to White Dogg's dad, a loyal listener.
- Introducing tonight's musical entertainment from Kate Nyx (The Artist Formerly Known As Hayley Jane - her appearance on Episode #12 "The World's Cutest Causer of Chaos")) Her Philadelphia Weekly piece is here.
- First Music Break: Kate Nyx, "Annabelle"
- TV preview of Daredevil, Game of Thrones and Orphan Black.
- Discussion of the Very Special Episode of Quincy M.E. about the lethal effects of punk rock, "Next Stop, Nowhere"; watch on Netflix here. A snippet:
The opening credits:
- Fact Check: The girl was played by Melora Hardin who played Jan Levinson, who dated (not married) Michael Scott on The Office.
- Dirk's beer overload "problem."
- David Lynch leaves the Twin Peaks reboot, making the cast members sad pandas:
- Otto is addicted to Doctor Who.
- Nina Dobrev is leaving The Vampire Diaries. She didn't look like this on the show:
- Comcast is butthurt over DirecTV's Rob Lowe ads. Wah.
- Second Music Break: Kate Nyx, "Blood and Bone"
- >>> SAD PUPPIES MATERIAL <<<
- Leigh Alexander isn't doing so well with her vanity hugbox.
- PC Gamer hack has ethics issues.
- #AreYouBlocked on Twitter by SJWs? Find out here.
- Dirk faceplants on Kotaku In Action. D'oh!
- Jim Carrey's Vanilla Ice bit referenced:
- Film School Rejects - "Should Movies Be Rated For Diversity?"
- The Bechdel Test and how Barbarella qualifies. Dig the patriarchal credits:
- Talking the All-New, All-Different Avengers. These guys:
- Sargon of Akkad's video about the Batgirl cover.
- U of M cancels an American Sniper due to complaints. Post-taping: The football team does screening in response.
- Catwoman is now bisexual - the writer pats herself on the back about it - and how they should've handled it.
- Third Music Break: Kate Nyx, "In Your Grave"
- Breitbart's report on the success of the Sad Puppies Hugo slate and Charlie Jane Anders displeased reaction.
- The fixed version of the EW smear piece; Sad Puppies founder Larry Correia's first and second mentioned blogs; current SP runner Brad Torgersen's comments.
- Post-Taping News: THREE DAYS after the EW Sad Puppies story blew up in their face, The Atlantic ran a diatribe repeating all of the debunked, dishonest talking points. Unreal.
- Coverage of Rolling Stone's disgrace from Daily Beast and Politico.
- Details of how Jim DeRogatis got sacked from Rolling Stone for a negative review of Hootie and the Blowfish.
- Ellen Barkin in Johnny Handsome (she's on the right):
- Fact Check: The Ellen Barkin/Laurence Fishburne movie was Bad Company.
- Fourth Music Break: Kate Nyx, "Bianca"
- Star Wars is now available on digital services.
- Deadpool will be R-rated and set photos hint at how they'll be doing the eyes.
- Dirk reviews Well Now You're Here, There's No Way Back: The Quiet Riot Movie, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief and Life Partners.
- Microsoft considered giving away the original Xbox.
- Avril Lavigne had undiagnosed Lyme disease.
- RIP James Best (bka Roscoe P. Coltrane).
- The extended version of the AutoTrader (not Carfax) commercial with the flagless cars:
- Dirk's photos of Downtown Brown:
- How a stolen iPhone made a New Yorker a celebrity in China.
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