Double digit episode number! We just keep stacking people into the same room as we have four people on this week's episode! Our horror themed episodes continue as we revisit a trio of cherished books from my childhood - Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Only we're not really telling them and it's very, very bright out.
It's three people on one mic as Rob and Drea join me for a candy chat! We talk about the candy we used to like and eat it live on the air. Are Gushers still disgusting? Can Fun Dip expire? How does trick or treating work in England? What's up with Rob and police helicopters? Only one way to find out! I think I already used that line in a previous episode. I'd go back and check but who has the time?
Why is the Halloween timeline so confusing? What year did Super Mario Bros 3 come out? Is Dash Rendar canon now? Those don't seem like questions that should be answered in an episode about the Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street NES game but they are! Plus more! Curtis joins me for the start of our Halloween themed October and our longest episode yet! Come take some deep dives into some horror franchises and enjoy the return of my sick voice since this was recorded weeks ago!
It's our first video game episode as Rob and I look at five sports games from the early days of the Nintendo Entertainment System - Baseball, Tennis, Soccer, Pro Wrestling and Ice Hockey. You'll find out how they hold up today and Rob drops all kinds of sports knowledge on us while I mostly just list athletes whose name I know. Sports!!
I power through some sickness and welcome a new co-host to the roster as Sam joins me to discuss the Lizzie McGuire TV Series. Does a 2001 show aimed at pre-teen girls hold up for a dude in his thirties? Only one way to find out! Plus way more Aaron Carter talk than likely any other podcast released this week! ...unless Aaron Carter has a podcast. Which he very well might. But top five for sure!
It's our new podcast - So, Do We Still Like This? A show where we revisit our childhoods to see if the things we used to love still hold up as adults. One person picks something they used to be way into (movie, TV show, book, album, video game) and they go back to it along with one or more people experiencing it for the first time. Then we all get together to ask the question - so, do we still like this?
Episode 1 is the Canadian cartoon the Smoggies. I have no affinity for it whatsoever but my wife was a big fan so we sat down to take a look and ask all kinds of important questions, including: what the hell is a Suntot? Who is that guy? Why does the Princess look like that? And so much more!