The Wizard of Oz! With Jenny Brezinski, Ela Darling and Wes Weitzenhoffer
When I decided to do an episode solely on one film there really was no discussion with the other munchkins in my brain as to what that film would be. The Wizard of Oz stands the test of time in both its story and its music but what happened behind the scenes could be a movie on its own. Joining me in the land of Oz are Jenny Brezinski, Ela Darling, and Wes Weitzenhoffer. We go into our own theories on the meaning of the film as well as reveal some fun facts that may make you appreciate the movie a little more. Plus it wouldn't be bad sloth if we didn't get off topic here and there: Ela Darling fills us in on what a "Comic-con orgy" is; we dissect the wreck that is Oz the Great and Powerful; and we get into a heated debate on whether kids films from the 80's are more creative and darker than the films of today. Oh, and Wes talks about Dorothy's menstruation, so you have that to look forward to.
Geeketeria #1 With Ela Darling, Steve Moulton and Wes Weitzenhoffer
Welcome to the first ever Geeketeria episode of the "Geekie Award" winning bad sloth podcast! Geeketeria episodes are all geek talk, no Wikipedia, and now with 100% more porn stars then ever before! The "Bones" of porn, Ela Darling, bares her inner geek and fingerblasts the porn star stereotype by showing off her big brain. Steve Moulton, fresh off his inspiring role as "Pepperjack" in Sharknado, fingerblasts the actor stereotype by having valid opinions. And a Geeketeria episode wouldn't feel complete without Wes Weitzenhoffer, who fingerblasts. Inside you'll find less offensive material about Comic-Con, film, TV, new game consoles, and I reveal how you can buy actual props from films like E.T., Star Wars and even Pee Wee Herman's bicycle! Nerdgasms galore!
TableTopDay! With Renae Geerlings, Sina Grace, and Wes Weitzenhoffer
4 strangers meet on a train to play Trivial Pursuit in order to promote Wes Weitzenhoffer's official Table Top Day home game for the Lustgarten Foundation to cure pancreatic cancer. All that minus us being on a train and strangers. Make sense? No? It's for charity people. Play along with us and yell when we get the easy questions wrong! And you can't play 90's edition trivial pursuit without geeking out over some of the questions.Plus, Renae and Sina recount the story about how the annoying letters of a teenage boy paved the way for him becoming the editor of Skybound Comics, which includes The Walking Dead. Find out how you can win a screen-worn Michael Myers costume from Halloween. Hint: It involves seeing the awesomely horrifying film Compound Fracture that our dear Renae produced and co-wrote with her hubby Sabretooth... I mean Tyler Mane. www.CompoundFractureTheMovie.comIn addition Sina has very graciously donated original cover art of his Not My Bag graphic novel to auction off for our cause. The auction has ended and the cover art went for $510! You can also donate straight to the charity at www.lustgarten.org/tabletopday2013.Superman Main Titles Theme by John Williams.
Board Games! With Jenny Brezinski and Wes Weitzenhoffer
Happy Christmahanukwanzaakah everyone! bad sloth got out of bed to bring you a special holiday episode to help you decide what board games to buy your loved ones or those you tolerate and have to buy presents for. Jenny Brezinski and Wes Weitzenhoffer are this episodes helper elves with info on lots of fun games. Aw heck, here's the list of the ones we gab about: Cranium, Balderdash, Senet, Dixit, Cards Against Humanity, Apple to Apples, Morphology, Flux, Gloom, The Walking Dead, Perfection, Sorry, Mousetrap, Monopoly, Life, Munchkin. Also included in the box are discussions on how tetherball is NOT a board game...Jenny!... and ways to not let missing game pieces ruin you and your family's lives.
Wikipedia Brown was murdered! The 25th century podcast bad sloth emerged from a worm hole and took over its identity right in time for the Time Travel episode. Dave Ross, borrowed from Nerdist podcast Sex Nerd Sandra, joins us for the geekiest episode ever. So geeky that it encroaches on nerd territory and melds itself into some form of gerd, which we then had to euthanize. "What does Oedipus have to do with time travel," asked no one ever. To answer that we have Wes Weitzenhoffer back on the show! Drink a shot every time Wes says, "whatever happened, happened," and you'll be dead of alcohol poisoning toot sweet. Listen to us confuse ourselves into a time loop; add a little Quantum Leap, Back to the Future, Looper and Time Cop talk; then mix with a pinch of Wes showing his pure hatred for Chloe Moretz and you have an episode half worth listening to!
Disney! With Kaitlin Beauchemin and Wes Weitzenhoffer
In this second episode, Wikipedia Brown (now called bad sloth) takes on the case of The Walt Disney Company. Guests Kaitlin Beauchemin & Wes Weitzenhoffer join the conversation, which hits all things Disney; the downfall of Tim Burton; and our love of Gene Wilder. We'll also finally answer the questions: Was Walt Disney a Nazi? Is his head frozen? Is Song of the South racist? Are churros really $30 in Disneyland? All this and more in a special extended edition of Wikipedia Brown.