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.
Other than what the title indistinctly hints at; Cody shows up for recording this week but is confused by Brewer asking about dates and also informs us about his watching of Halloween movies. We try to Spoil as many movies as we can. Brewer gets some Strange then we try to come up with Costume ideas for Brent’s upcoming Halloween party. An Update on Sex Jesus watch 2014. Also there is HATE MAIL!
You are all idiots. Why the hell did you guys decide to make a podcast. You two are the dumbest people I have ever listened to in my entire life. Fucking idiots. I wish you both would go to hell where you belong. God does not enjoy his people talking like this. You should think about the creator and his amazingness and remember that he brought you dumbasses into this world. Worship him!! I am so sad for your lives and hope you may find the lord jesus!
As the title of the episode says we help crack the code of the evil that is Miracle Whip. Also, we wonder about our last episode; is it us that’s weird for Not getting offended easily? And we give you the straight dope on some movie we saw (Looper, The Dirties) and some podcast we now follow (Welcome to Night Vale, The Steve Austin Show)
Sometimes it takes a friend. Sometimes it takes a friend for you to recognize your own flaws. Those hard standing habits that have become so structurally significant to you. Those stubborn things you allow to persist without even noticing them. Sometimes, it just takes a friend to shine the candle in just the right way for you to see your own shadow. That demented reflection of yourself that cannot encapsulate your better qualities. Darkly it has crept within you, bestowing upon you traits you never wanted. Embedded within you so deeply, it takes a second set of eyes to find them. It is a shattering and unnerving feeling to see your flaws laid out before you. That moment when you have all the evidence before you, yet you still want to claim innocence. All you can do is absorb it. Take in the criticisms and grow from them. Even in small areas allow them to make you a better person. Remember that recognition is the first step to transformation. So swallow your pride and proceed better. Go out and improve yourself. Take a trusted suggestion or two to heart. Do not allow yourself to be placid and stagnant in your own self betterment. We were never meant to sit still. We were meant to fail miserably and succeed gloriously. We were meant to observe and report. We were meant to improve ourselves and the others around us. Just take the criticisms, accept your blemishes and do whatever is in your power to polish them up a little. Beyond the goals of rising above, past the notions of furtherance of self, it is imperative that you thank that friend for their observations.
Cody Jemes is the mastermind and head complainer behind the Bored Shenanigans Articulations. Has his writing style got you all hot and bothered and you crave more? Check out his articles on the Dallas Mavericks at Texas Fandom, watch him abuse poetry on his blog or if you are tired of reading? Listen to the podcast he co-hosts.
As teased in the last one here is our response to a comment that JJ left on Episode 13. So, if you haven’t read it go do so (hey… its in the show notes…). It gets deep, we talk about faith, religion and, the bible, and as always we speak our minds. So, if you liked Opened Minded Cast you will like this one if not, skip to the end were we talk about ours and others. Also, send Cody hate mail telling him about the weird clunking rustling noise he keeps making but can’t seem to hear himself.
I knew this podcast was trouble when it walked in the door. It had that look in it’s eye like it wanted to be a home wrecker. As it approached me, I could sense that it wanted to eat my soup. When it spoke, I knew that the shenanigans it had in mind could surely get us both killed. The stench of tobacco and cheap bourbon hung heavy in the room, as the podcast continued to cast, I could see the rabbit it was chasing would end in nothing more than high stakes deal for the heroes involved. It would have grimacing detectives dropping in on beaver-cleaverville and letting their thought bubbles hanging darkly. Darkly like the crime that haunts our once fair city. The cast had definite proof that the Bored Shenanigans rouges gallery could all play cliche parts in a noir film. Proof, I will believe proof when I see it. Join us now for Cast Me Deadly