Prodigal Sons Podcast Episode 112: Star Whackers Brother!

Prodigal Sons Podcast Episode 112: Star Whackers Brother!

Jan 22
Prodigal Sons Podcast Episode 112: Star Whackers Brother!

This week!

  • More Celebrity Deaths!
  • Another brush with fame!
  • The Dating Train may be back!
  • Some movie reviews!
  • The water in Flint!
  • Racist Oscars at it again!
  • Science Time with Adam!
  • And more!

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  • – Avery Brooks?
    – Unflavored for me
    – the drummer from Mott the Hoople? He doesn’t even get his name mentioned!
    – “It’s obviously the Illuminatti…”
    – and the bass player from Blondie? A star studded show
    – More Jared dating stories! I cannot wait!
    – were you holding a current newspaper in the pics you took?
    – And Jared actually, finally bought a good mic
    – Simpsons quote count at two
    – Cut the link to CB Savage in here
    – Hanging out with Chelsea Handler isn’t as good of a story of those new AMC Theater chairs
    – the NWA hits infiltrated my suburbia around that time, maybe a year or so later
    – “That Amy Schumer is on an upswing” recorded before her wild week of alleged plagiarism
    – “Oh, is the Asylum making one?”
    – The Scorpion King, even for it’s time, was a perfectly acceptable swords and sandals actioner
    – Don’t forget to plug the tumblr!

  • Stinkpalm-of-reddit

    Tombstone’s a fantastic movie. I didn’t realize George Cosmatos was a puppet director, because Hollywood didn’t want Kurt Russell directing the movie.

    Ice Cube’s response regarding the Oscars is brilliant.

  • Raymond Clevenger

    – I’m glad you didn’t forget Lemmy.

    – That was Dennis Quaid’s best role. He’s a fantastic Doc. Val is also excellent in the role. I am one of the few people who slightly prefer Wyatt Earp over Tombstone. *Slightly* I think it’s a bit grittier. It also spends a huge portion of time on Wyatt’s backstory, good or bad.
    – “I’ll watch Ted Cruz’s head actually explode”; I’ll buy popcorn for that.