Simon says put your hands together for another week another podcast, Cody is trapped in the closet and Brewer is sprawled out and relaxed. Plus what happens when the power goes out? Will your the podcast continue on? Tune in to find out.
Welcome one, welcome all, welcome this is the Greatest Show on Earth. Cecil Demille be damned, we don’t need technicolor, Betty Hudson, Charlton Heston or elephants to deliver greatness. I’d offer little previews of what is discussed, but that is unfair to you. This is the most exceptional, most fantastic and by far the sexiest episode of Bored Shenanigans ever.
You know how it is some days you are doing a podcast talking about the usual topics like 55 gallon drums of sex lube, our favorite Warner Bros cartoon character Quentin Tarantino, and creative cam girls then the next thing you know you are in the middle of a rest-full episode when Justin knocks on your window. All the wile Orson Welles is confused and angry.
Our dreams of this being the most gay episode to date fall short from missed placed hype. Cody gives us his review of the kid’s movie Frozen while Brewer hits the opposite end of the road with his review of Zardoz. We talk about the death of Fred Phelps but it might not be how you would think. Then the tails of filling things with things starts which leads us to meandering about our thoughts like old men.
You seeing us undressed makes us want to Johnfinger. So we did it again. That is got naked. Well, we johnfingered too. Anyhoo, There has been a wedding in the B.S. Family. Also we get angry about nothing important. Chad makes an appearance. We take Vegas by storm then by elevator. And we learn there is a lot of truth in (Pulp) Fiction and in Kevin Smith’s new move Tusk.
I have no clue about what the title means…. Anyhoo, In a world were Muppets are darker and more edgy, were distance is measured in gnomes, one man, Chad, dares to defy Batman to track down Le Loyon, mystifying monster of Switzerland’s forest. When not on the chase he has a lustful encounter with a mysterious woman in the front seat of his car.