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Smack dab between two very successful Con appearances as ‘guy who lingers at the long boxes too long‘, the boys are back with their contractually obligated attempt at a solid hour of pop-culture news and other strangeness. This week Jeremy and Jason tackle: [read more>>]
Congratulations, you’ve selected the the 95th episode of The BastardCast, a comedy and entertainment podcast for rich and beautiful people BY portly slacker types. On the show this week: I was a teenage teenager! The results from the first ever #TimeChallenge! Over using exclamation points! Oh and the latest in pop-culture news:
Like a rolling boulder on a falling rope bridge shouting at you that Jehovah begins with an I while speaking in a vaguely Cate Blanchett/German accent, we… lost our train of thought, but we’re talking about the possibility of rebooting Indiana Jones, so we’ve got that going for us. [read more>>]
After celebrating the New Year with nerf guns, emotional scarring, and Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo, Jeremy and Jason put on pants to start season 3 of The BastardCast.
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This week on The BastardCast, Jeremy and Jason grieve over a suddenly apologetic Dan Harmon, discuss why we want Ryan Reynolds to play another sword-wielding badass, and go over the Star Wars casting breakdown and the solo Solo film.
Also on the show: Mary Jane and Loki both get ditched, Microsoft remembers that they need to appease consumers, the boys trailergasm over The Wolf of Wall Street, Jason does a quick review of The Last of Us, and Dirty Nerdy Confessions makes a comeback.
You want more? Fine, is your breakfast cereal being completely honest with you, or is their something in your cupboard that is filled with whole grains and bald lies? We’ve got a special report in our very special segment: TWO SCOOPS OF FALLACY.
All that, and Paula Deen teaches us all how to get roasted… The BastardCast: We will never give you direction, or name you after one.