Arizona and Kansas pass new segregation bills against gay couples and Ukraine is exploding, which means everyone gets to pretend like they know things about Ukraine. Logan joins me to talk about all this plus Space Jam 2.
Bill Nye the Science Guy debated a derpy creationist and while it was funny, it probably helped save his derpy creationist museum. Good old science man Tinz is back to help me figure out just how easy it is for dumb people to become scientists. We also talk about the new villain on Jeopardy and reflect on Super Bowl XLVIII.
Rashawn Scott is here this week to talk about SNL’s newest cast member Sasheer Zamata and what it’s like to be a black female comedian in a sketch/improv world dominated by goof-ass white guys. We also talk politics, why white people don’t get to say the n word, and much more!
Runtime: 36 minutes (Click below to play)
Sasheer Zamata. (AP Photo/Cate Hellman Photography)
Mike Haverty is back to help me try to predict what will happen in 2014. We forecast all that’s to come in the world of pop culture, technology, the midterm elections, the Sochi Olympics, and much more.
Are these predictions accurate? Uh…sure. Why the hell not? It’s not like you’re going to check next year.
Runtime: 35 minutes (Click below to play)
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Mike Norris returns for the last podcast of the year! We talk affluenza, Christmas, Pope Francis, Chris Christie, the arrest of an Indian diplomat, and why we’re thankful for our shitty new budget.
Episode Breakdown: (Runtime: 35 minutes)
0:00 Affluenza. It’s not a disease, it’s observable reality.
9:43 Megyn Kelly’s hilarious comedy bit “Santa is white, ok?” continues Fox News’s proud tradition of ruining Christmas every year.
17:00 Now that’s how ya pope!
22:30 Diplomat fight time with India.
24:35 Chris Christie may have used a traffic jam on a bridge for a political revenge, which might seem petty if it’s not tickling the cockles of your corrupt Chicago heart.
It’s been a hell of a year, gang. Thanks to everyone who has listened and helped me try to make sense of this world. Expect regular new episodes onward into 2014. If you know anyone who would like the show,please direct them to the Am I Mad Facebook page. And if you haven’t Liked the Facebook page yet, what’s up with you man? I thought we were friends.
If only Vengeful Hipster Villainry were just the sweet-ass name of me and Mike Haverty’s two person band. Sadly, it’s a pretty apt description of reality right now. Healthcare.gov rolled out to a sucky start, which means Republicans had a productive couple of weeks bitching and not passing laws, not unlike hipsters hating on something they briefly loved back in the 90’s. Except instead of get fired from their jobs, they get handed bags of casg. We also pay our respects to Paul Walker, who died at the age of 40 and received a traditional Internet funeral.
At one point in the podcast I reference a book whose title I can’t remember. It is Do Not Ask What Good We Do. You can click that link to buy it, but you probably don’t want to read it because it’ll anger your brain.
Episode Breakdown: (Runtime: 40 minutes)
0:00: Repealing Obamacare Chapter 60,000: Websites can never be fixed
19:32 Filibuster? More like Fili-nuh, sir
31:08 RIP Paul WalkEverybody get ready to make some shitty jokes!
Mike Haverty drops by and we discover that men’s rights activists are pretty funny when you strip away all the sadness, Russell Brand didn’t start a revolution last month, and the Internet hates Bitstrips. Like…really really hates Bitstrips.
Episode Breakdown: (Runtime: 36 minutes)
0:00 Men’s rights activists hate feminists because they’re too sensitive to direct their frustrations at other men.
14:53 Russell Brand didn’t start a revolution. Why voting for “Big Ole Veiny Dick” is more effective than not voting at all.
23:30 Bitstrips are almost as bad as the Holocaust. At least according to my Facebook newsfeed.
America’s batshit crazy girlfriend thinks the country is about to break up with her, so now the government is shut down. Mike Norris joins me to talk about what could make the hurting stop. We also discuss spoiler etiquette on Facebook post-Breaking Bad finale.
Episode Breakdown: (Runtime: 37 minutes)
0:00 The shutdown is as funny as it is terrifying
14:13 The Republicans win their battles by becoming Walter White
25:08 I want to openly talk about Breaking Bad without spoiling it for everyone. Get working on it, Facebook.