Your 14th favorite podcast is back with all new randomness and idiocy for a whole new week of jibba-jabba and bullsh-t! Join your hosts Robert and Matt as they discuss all manner of unimportant nonsense; from internet fights and Best Korea to brain-fat and HULK SMASH! It’s the kind of show that will make sweet, tender love to your ears while making you once again question your life choices. Never fact-checked, nearly incomprehensible, it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Let’s be honest. No matter how much you love comics, there’s no way you’ll ever be able to read them all. There’s just far too many and you’d have to sell pretty much all your organs on the black market to be able to afford them. So what I want to try and do with this article, which I hope to be able to do on a semi-regular basis, is to keep people up to date on some of the awesome comics out there so they can give them a shot themselves. Some will be new comics, some will be old comics, but all of them will be comics you should be reading.
We all know that feeling. It starts with the previews and the teasers during re-runs. That new show, with those actors you like, is about to come to that network you watch. You can’t wait to tune in, and when you do, it’s one of the greatest things you’ve ever seen. You’re vested in the story, the characters, everything. Nothing can possibly get better than this, IT’S AMAZ… WHAT!?! CANCELLED!?!?! Join us this week as we reflect and mourn on some of our favorite TV shows that were sent to an early grave by the TV and network execs. Don’t get too cozy, have a plan B lined up for that time slot, and whatever you do don’t let FOX premiere your as we talk cancelled TV shows on a new episode of Monkey in the Cage.
Do you ever find yourself watching a movie, reading a book, or playing a game and thinking to yourself, “This has happened before”? Of course, we all have? But, this form of entertainment deja vu isn’t because you’ve decided to re-watch, re-read, or re-play. Join us this week as we discuss the phenomenon of entertainment influencing itself, for better or for worse. From classic literature to classless television, it seems there are no bounds. Dust off that tome of Shakespeare, spike up that blow-out, and whatever you, don’t feed the Honey Boo Boo as you settle in for a certified original episode of Monkey in the Cage!
A segment where Kevin Smith goes on and on about a subject he seemingly takes way too seriously that no one else likely cares about or has given any consideration.
Today’s Issue: The Twilight Saga
With K-Stew and R-Pat’s recent falling out and the final Twilight film coming out this November I thought it time to put fingers to keyboard on a major frustration of mine, The Twilight Saga. This rant is not likely going to be what you think it will, I’m not leaping atop a pedestal to proclaim why I loath Twilight, quite the opposite, I’m here to describe a seething love\hate relationship with the product. You see, I don’t outright hate these books. In fact there are tiny gems of highly intriguing lore peppered throughout the novels that draw me in just long enough for the attention to shift back to the core storyline I had little to no interest in.
Reading these books was highly frustrating for me, many times I had my interest peaked for just enough of a minutia, before ripping me away once again into the masochistic relationship at the story’s core, to keep me on board until the next interesting paragraph or page. In any event, today I’m going to discuss some of the items I wished Stephenie Meyer had spent a little more time on. Hell, she could have easily taken out about 50-60 paragraphs where Bella describes how much she adores Edward to make room. By the way, this may be unnecessary but SPOILERS AHEAD.
Hey boys and girls! Do you know what time it is!?! It’s time to drop everything your doing and pay attention, dammit! Someone lost the keys and let the Monkeys out of their cage again, so now they have license to say and do whatever they want to your ears! Join us this week as we talk about whatever we please, but be warned, this one is a good one! We’ve got everything from deep personal questions and revealing answers to off the wall insanity and John Travolta. So, make sure your “Brazilian” is recent, pay attention to your surroundings, and be ready to laugh out loud as we bring you a whole new episode of Monkey in the Cage!