Brewer gets a new side kick this week in the form of Brent (the sexy baby) and he wants to talk about racism. There is also more Internet Strangelove, Brewer pulls some weeds, and there are no fat guys or trolleys.
So we talk about the new Mad Max and Independence Day and Bad Religion (the band that is. This isn’t one of those atheist heavy episodes). But what is most interesting is we find more of what I titled in the tags last week as “Internet Strangelove: or how I learn to Stop Judging and Jerk Off to the Porn”
This week we see Asian girls actually hobbing knobs and a boob buffet! And the return of everyone’s favorite themes song for everyone’s favorite B.S. segment Face/On. Which after this one there may never be another because I don’t think it could ever be topped.
Remember to check the show notes for all that we talked about so you to can see these things because we have not perfected beaming pictures into your brains via sound yet. Though through smell looks promising.
Did we just cross our own line on what we will do on this show?
We say quite a few things that we wish there was some possible way of removing from this world. If only that could be so; if only there was a way for you not to hear them. Other than that things follow the usual podcast format that you have grown to love over the years. Cody goes blind and gets inked up. Brewer imparts wisdom on how to pun.
Alot is going this episode (yes I typed “alot” on purpose, want to fight about it). Cody is in a fight with Obama on two fronts, Brewer is in a fight with the Pope’s demons, Colonel Sanders is in a fight about nothing, Turtles are in a fight with Rangers and, we all lose the fight with nostalgia.
The big 4th of July wrap up show  and it gets hot and sexy  when we get live and nude. We bring to your attention some very important P.S.A.s , put forth a Face/On face-off, and talk about music we like and get a little sentimental. And some other things to but if I write it all here then it ruins the fun of listening .
Oh my God, I feel so nauseous!
Please calm down.
How many? How many episodes have you made?
Let it go!
All right, shut up a second and I’ll tell you! Jesus!
Something like… 36.
What? Something like 36?
Lower your voice.
Wait, what is that anyway, something like 36? Does that INCLUDE this one!?
This is 37!?
What’s that sound? It’s the sound of the Bored Shenanigans Vault opening up to bring you and episode that got lost in the great podcasting apparatus that is B.S. Productions. You will find out soon enough but this dates back to when Bill Nye debated Ken Ham. So Brewer goes nuts on that. Then Cody seeing Brewer’s nuts pulls his out about the NDAA. Also, there are some things that don’t involve nuts like Green Arrow, and the tradition of finding picture of things with Nicolas Cage’s face on them continues and is now forever to be known as Face/On.
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.