Wed, 12 March 2014
Two podcasts in a week? Yes, folks, we at Blerd Studios have been working overtime to entertain you.
In this episode, I am joined by Bill Bodkin, co-owner and editor-in-chief of our sister site, Pop-break.com.
As Bill is quite Irish, and it is March, St. Patrick's Day is discussed. Among other things, like...
-Bill's low batting average when it comes to predictions on our Grammy-cast from earlier this year.
-The incredulity that arises when Big Money is told that New Jersey governor Chris Christie was at the gym when he first heard the news of the "bridge scandal."
-BM and Bill (both diabetic) eye Subway's new Flatizza.
-Do Muppet movies in the 21st century compare to the classic run of Muppet movies in the late Seventies and early Eighties?
-Jimmy Fallon's resuscitated "The Tonight Show" with the help of Justin Timberlake, Will Smith, and Brian Williams, whose daughter is apparently an actress! (which I'm sure many of you knew, but Big Money did not as he is cable-deficient.)
-How unbelievably bad is Law & Order: Special Victims Unit these days? Bad enough that Bill's been threatened by some of the show's diehard fans after writing an unfavorable review.
-SXSW, shows, and claustrophobia.