\\ "It doesn't matter where you've been, as long as it was deep, yeah" \\
On this installment of MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!, Doofin finds joy in, uh, relieving himself, while finding ire in an upcoming holiday, and at least on one Nightmarish Halloween movie. The guys discuss the goodness of Neil Gaiman adaptations, the overexposure of Disney's FROZEN, and the passing of Eddie Money and The Cars frontman Ric Ocasek, with Talley predicting which rock star will eat it next (it didn’t happen, but–ahem–two out of three ain't bad).
The gents also ponder which Hollywood actor totally murdered a woman, question the hype (and fear) about the JOKER movie, recall some of their favorite passing lines and jokes from movies, and talk up shows like Scrubs, Sports Night, and Seinfeld... and talk down Netflix's The I-Land, Friends, and Jerry Seinfeld the man. Shakespeare, Taco Bell, cancel culture, Bob Dylan impressions, a random political rant, and more: urine for a good time on Episode 47!
SHOW NOTES & LINKS
— The previous episode: MULTIMEDIOCRITY #46 – "Spidey, Woody, and the Best Chicken Sammie"
— 'Harry Potter' banned for containing "actual curses"
— The JOKER movie sparks warning
— "MULTIMEDIOCRITY Theme" by Lynz Floren
— Fade in Music: AC/DC – "It's a Long Way to the Top" | T.N.T. (1975)
— Intro/Outro Music: The Kimota Bombs – "Pop Song" | Nuclear Family EP (2017)
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