Seinfeld disses Ke$ha and we share our own stories of being dissed by celebrities. A man gets his wang stuck inside a tiny wrench, and we introduce you to the guy born with two fully functioning units. Sticky's Wonder Woman review in Nerd Stuff, and Shawn loses it over Sony releasing "clean" versions of their movies. We honor Father's Day with songs about the male appendage with music by Peter Gabriel, Drive By Truckers, and Aerosmith.
We celebrate MJ's birthday, and welcome very special guest, BulletBoys lead singer, Marq Torien. Plus a short, but sweet, Nerd Stuff with monsters, mutants, and cute little cartoons. In honor of BulletBoys, our musical theme this week is "weapons," with songs by Jeremy Fisher, Rob Duncan, and Living Colour.
In honor of the newly released game, Golden Girls Clue, we rank our Big 5 board games. Shawn Phat bitches about groceries being viciously rearranged. Our #HeroOfTheWeek is an elephant who kills his killer. Nerd Stuff celebrates female power with Wonder Woman and Mariah Carey acting like a crazy diva. Hair Metal is out musical theme with songs by Motley Crue, Skid Row, and The Bullet Boys.
Is Eddie Vedder the devil? We remember Chris Cornell and other dead grunge rockers. Parents on Facebook, and our Big 5 social media sites. Nerd Stuff is jam packed, featuring a Guardians of the Galaxy news, a Rosanne reunion, movies being held for ransom, and Hydra taking over our government. Plus, how would The Boys look in a #RompHim? We discuss. We wrap up our "elemental" musical theme with songs by Erykah Badu, Sturgill Simson, and Alice In Chains.
Scorpions stinging people on planes, and Shawn has a wasp warn him of impending doom. Our Big 5 favorite movies of all time, and Sticky reviews Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in Nerd Stuff. Plus Sticky and his Phat Bitch take on suburban parking tickets. All that and a whole lot more. "Fire" is our musical theme with songs by Ben Folds Five, MotorHead and The Cult.
An extra-nerdy edition of MJATB as we recap #FreeCcomicBookDay. We also examine our true feelings for each other, and get into a raging debate as we try and rank our Big 5 best TV sitcom sidekicks. Nerd Stuff features an evil Captain America, deadly radioactive sperm, and Sticky's review of Fight Club 2. Our musical theme is "air" with songs by El-P, Dr. John, and Jimi Hendrix.
We share stories about getting caught having public sex. Mary Jane reveals her love for people with lisps. We preview #FreeComicBookDay in Nerd Stuff, and Sticky spoils the Stan Lee cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Our musical theme starts a series of the four elementals beginning with "Earth" with music by Modest Mouse, The Kinks, and I, Mother Earth.
MJ relives #RecordStoreDay and we give some love to our favorite local shops. In honor of Jack Nicholson’s 80th birthday, we rank our Big 5 coolest actors. Starbucks baristas beg you not to order the Unicorn Frappuccino, and loud sex interrupts a tennis match. Plus, things get heated in Nerd Stuff as we preview Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. "Plants" is our musical theme, with songs by White Stripes, The Legendary Shack Shakers, and Friends of Distinction.
Dead Easter Bunnies, giraffe births, Pink Floyd shrimp, and other crazy animal stories. Our Hero of the Week is an 8-year old kid who stole a car to get his little sister some McDonalds. A college kid trolls Southwest Airlines, and they troll him right back, and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. trolls the Prez in Nerd Stuff. Plus, Record Store Day picks, and a whole lot more. "Animals" is our musical theme with songs by Pearl Jam, Elvis Costello and the Imposters, and The Stooges.
A man loses $100,000 when he lets his "friend" pull the arm on his slot machine, and we share our own gambling stories. A couple spends $7000 on surgery for their cat and Mary Jane gets weepy about her pets. We cross the Rainbow Bridge into Asgard in Nerd Stuff and celebrate Married With Children's 30th anniversary as well as get a look into Shawn's mind with The Cage Cage. And we give you Jesus Songs for the Easter Holiday with music by Alison Krauss, The Fratellis, and Ministry.