If you want to blame someone for Jeremy and Jason’s immature penchant for weird comedy and their fixation with amusing themselves above all others, you’d better hurry up and catch him before he disappears into the ether. David Letterman, the undisputed King of Late Night has retired after 33 years of rebellious, insanely smart and incredibly stupid humor, leaving behind a legacy that will never be bested and a river of comedy nerd tears. In this episode, Jeremy and Jason sift through their own emotions and memories to talk about nothing but late night television because, once again, they are fixated with amusing themselves above all others. So listen along… or don’t. [read more>>]
From the harsh terrible wastelands (the internet) come two brave heroes (chubby guys with microphones) to do battle with (talk about) the evils of this world (ok, that last bit might be pretty accurate.) This week, Jeremy and Jason run through how Snoop Dogg failed grade 8 history, why Alan Thicke and his wife aced sex-ed, and where Harry Shearer will have to accept that job has the school janitor.
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In a world where the machines have risen up, spellchecks are useless and autocorrect walks against wombat pinball. Internet word slinger Mason Fabulous and satin voiced flim-flam artist and brand expert Hermes “Bear” Brunson must band together to save the world the only way they now how. By watching trailers on YouTube and talking over them.
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This time on The Mucho Mucho Robusto Fuego Hour, the squat one and the one who is too big to squat get political by aligning with America’s hot sister Anna Kendrick for her Game of Thrones dong campaign #DongsAcrossWesteros #FreeTheDragonFromTheCatacombs. Also, Jeremy and Jason battle over the worth of seeing the Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer in IMAX with some helpful tips for those of you who are without a nearby theater, talking tiger sidekicks become a thing thanks to the Wonder Woman directorial shift, and more!
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