Once you make Cars 3 and Planes 3 and Dirigibles 1, what’s left?
As fun as something like Bonnaroo can be…
…is it really a vacation if you’re sweaty, tired, and hungover the whole week after?
THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST: Adam Tod Brown welcomes comic Danny Lobell and Mayor Of Podcast City Brett Rader for another column-less, vacation-full adventure. Discover the Hofstra Killer, the worst sauce to dip steak in, and the lousiest week ATB’s had in a long, long time.
If trends hold, expect The Sensatiostupendtacular Spider-Man in theaters in 2022.
2014: A Spider-Man Sequel Is Released (Just Like 10 Years Ago)
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Quest for Merchandising Dollars was released this year, exactly 10 years after Spider-Man 2. The third Amazing installment is scheduled for 2017, which, as you may have guessed, will be exactly 10 years after the world chose to forget Spider-Man 3. It’s like Sony is afraid to have a decade that isn’t overflowing with Spider-Man sequels (not counting the barrage of annual Spider-Man spinoff films Sony has decided to put out for the rest of our natural lives.)
If anything could be less appealing than “Seth Rogen Erotica”…
Damn, hellosodas. Thank you!
ATTENTION OTHER FANS: voting ends Sept. 8th, so if you wouldn’t mind putting 60 seconds toward this sometime before that we’d appreciate it.
You need to hear this. Just try not to get wibbly-wobbly angry-wangry.
In the 1970s, there were no dispensaries in California, much less legal recreational shops. There was, however, a man named Brian O’Dea.
#7. Sometimes the Biggest Dangers Aren’t Cartels or Cops
Let me tell you about the time we made the stupid fucking decision to transport 16,000 pounds of weed via DC-6. The goal was to get our weed from Colombia, load it into this gigantic plane, and fly it back to the states, where it would turn — as if by magic — into $4 or $5 million. Back in the 1970s, that was basically all the money, anywhere, ever. I bought the plane with two dudes from Chicago, but none of us could fly the damn thing. So we found a young man who had 2,000 hours of professional experience with a two-engine plane. Ours was a four-engine, and he said, “Oh, it’s no different. I read the book.” Not knowing fuck-all about planes, I assumed that made sense. After all, how could four engines be less reliable than two? (The answer is, there are twice as many chances for something to go cock-eyed.)
We know what you’re wondering, and yes, that’s part of a series.
#5. Joseph Nicolosi, Ph.D., Author of Four Books on Curing Gay
If gays wanted to be cured and there was a product that did it, the Bravo network would never need a second sponsor. Still, closeted Nicolosi, Ph.D., wrote four books on the subject, zero books on anything else, and claims to have cured 66 percent of his patients. According to my math, that means that for every four balls that go into his office, only one of them ends up in another man’s eager mouth.
Can one video sustain an impossible number of feels?
I have not yet watched this video. But the fact that Daniel Vincent Gordh seems to be a frequent flyer over at Cracked Video makes me really, really happy.
We are rich in Darcy.
If anything, Twister undersold it.