Oct 28, 2011
In mixed company, it is unwise to mention that holiday specials are less than perfect. Everybody has their nostalgia-blinders on and can't admit the simple truth: It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is slow and weird. To soften that blow, we also reviewed to other "classic" Halloween Specials. One from Home...
Oct 21, 2011
Back in 2001, before there was a Twilight series, there was another set of vampire books, this one focusing on blood suckers in the deep south. Since Stephanie Meyer hadn't yet ruined the genre, this series focused on the things vampires ought to do, have sex with people and drink their blood.
Dead Until Dark is the...
Oct 14, 2011
Welcome back, students. Did you finish Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger? No? Well, let us tell you about it. He walks around New York and hates everything.
So we do the only thing we can do, we talk about the stuff he hates and about New York. For the former, we play Hatin' Caulfield where discuss people who...
Oct 7, 2011
J.D. Salinger captured the angst of his age. Unfortunately, he created a whole new angst for generations of high schoolers that came after. Just like Mrs. Randolph did when I was in 12th grade, the fans forced us to read Catcher in the Rye.
You'd think reading a good book would disrupt the normal flow of this podcast,...
Oct 5, 2011
We bring back Amy from the Glee episode and the four of us watch the new Breaking Dawn trailer. There are weddings. There is monster baby pregnancy. There are jean shorts. Like it or not, we'll be there when the movie comes out.
The trailer we watched is here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=