We finally got around to that pesky little podcast that we produce from time to time. I blame Amy's pregnancy. We all took maternity leave. Regardless, we took time out of our busy lives this week to entertain you. Well, at least Ian (out!), Amy and I did. Mike (still in closet!) had some lame-ass "some guy is painting my house" excuse. Yeah, I always have my painting guy come in and paint in the 10pm EST range. Yeah.
Not surprisingly, we ramble a little bit. I'm still a little groggy from the late-night feedings and my nipples hurt something fierce. I don't know what the hell Amy and Ian's excuses are, but we all sucked it up (pun intended) to give you Banned on the Run, Episode 6? (I couldn't remember what episode number we were on and I was too lazy to check. Hence the question mark at the end of the title. Normally, it's Mike's job to fact-check). Oh, be sure to stick around/fast forward to the end. There's a contest that we need everyone to participate in.
On to the SSTIFY...first off, thanks for all the emails on suggesting a song this week. And when I say "all", I mean "none". Suckholes.
This one came to me JUST under the wire. For those of you younger than 30....maybe even 35, the song will probably have no relevance. For those of you who do remember the theme song to this show, it just goes to show that ABC used to broadcast just about anything. This song was used on the show The Greatest American Hero and, from what I remember about the plot, there was this reluctant superhero that looked like a poor man's version of Willie Ames (if that's possible). He couldn't fly worth a shit, but he still managed to fight crime. Hilarity ensued. A quick look on IMDB.com reveals that this series lasted 3 years. WTF? Side Note- I am the king of 80's and 90's TV trivia. The king. How sexy is that, ladies?
I dare you to get this out of your head. I. Dare. You.
Have a good weekend everyone!