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Monday, January 23, 2012

Episode 3: Pizza Cutter Murders

This week, Destiny and Rhea talk about what influences their humor and why. They also bring up a handful of topics that are sure to inspire nerd-rage between even the closest of friends. Topics include the following and more: Is Torchwood better than Doctor Who? Which Simpsons season was the last good one? Do horror movies need to be funny? Give it a listen, clip your toenails, and tell us how you feel! We also want to know what you think about comedy and where your humor comes from: Badlandgirls at gmail dot com. Number of "fucks" this episode: 22  

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Spoiler Alert for the Following Film:

Pink Flamingos

Corrections: The kooky old movie Rhea refers to was called At the Earth's Core (1976). We forgot that Divine's son who kills Cookie in Pink Flamingos is named Crackers. Pee Wee's Playhouse was not canceled because of Paul Reuben's 1991 arrest, but the reruns definitely were. South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut came out in 1999 and Destiny was in the 8th grade. Ned and Stacey was a Fox show, not NBC. The proper lyric to the Zorak song is "I'm gonna kick your ass until your head falls off." Dennis Miller has 4 books of his rants and is still giving them.

Relevant Links:

Alexandra's blog

Alexandra's read-a-long project for Parade's End

The Film League

Ian Douglas Terry's Tumblr

Backline Improv 

ABBA, "Gimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight)"

Black Flag, "Gimme Gimme Gimme"

Emo Phillips' wonderful joke dissecting religion.

The Sinatra Group from Saturday Night Live

George Carlin's You are All Diseased special The whole thing!

The Kids in the Hall, I Speak No English sketch and Arms in a Vat of Dead Fish

 Old news story where John Barrowman discusses his Will and Grace experience.

Gavin Crawford told jokes in lipstick.

Maria Bamford does what she does best.

David Cross, Goodpussy 

Demetri Martin, Personal Information Waltz

Fucking Books: 

 Parade's End by Ford Madox Ford

The Monster at the End of this Book

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