Aug. 18, 2022

Ezra Miller's (kinda) Apology


Ezra Miller (or, rather, their publicist) has released an apology (of sorts) in regards to their recent behavior. Plus, Trump's Mar-A-Lago resort was searched by the FBI. Also, can you beleive South Park has been going for 25 years?!?

This week, Mike & Mike talk about:

  • Ezra Miller's apology
  • Trump's FBI raid
  • South Park's 25th anniversary

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.040 --> 00:00:05.559 But because they canceled it for a tax credit, that means legally it can 2 00:00:05.599 --> 00:00:08.320 never see the light of day. Jesus, because what they do they'll be 3 00:00:08.320 --> 00:00:11.720 in trouble with the I R s. So this is not like a snyder 4 00:00:11.720 --> 00:00:14.839 cut situation where like it just never got released and maybe one day we'll see. 5 00:00:14.880 --> 00:00:19.719 It's like no, they are it can it can legally never see the 6 00:00:19.800 --> 00:00:25.440 light of day. That's crazy. Yeah, although I did like that meme. 7 00:00:25.480 --> 00:00:28.640 I tagged you in. Now you were like these five people tagging in 8 00:00:28.719 --> 00:00:31.760 that. I thought that was funnier. Now that was like like this is 9 00:00:31.800 --> 00:00:36.439 the ultimate director director's cut. It's got nine, it's got it's got a 10 00:00:41.159 --> 00:00:45.719 welcome to the basement lounge podcast, a deep dive into current events, a 11 00:00:45.719 --> 00:00:50.479 comedic look at a serious world, posted by Mike Shay and Mike Wells. 12 00:00:51.119 --> 00:00:55.200 Trump, trump, I saw thing today that was like the FBI should do 13 00:00:55.240 --> 00:01:02.560 it. UNBOXING video. That Um, yeah, that, and he played 14 00:01:02.600 --> 00:01:07.799 like he played the fifth but that's something in for quite different. Yeah, 15 00:01:07.879 --> 00:01:11.400 he got they did the FBI raid and they're saying they were looking for something 16 00:01:11.400 --> 00:01:15.480 to do with like nuclear and for me it was all, you know, 17 00:01:15.799 --> 00:01:19.159 uh, classified stuff, and the presidents are supposed to give back up. 18 00:01:19.319 --> 00:01:23.560 Yeah, well, because when people there was there was a picture that went 19 00:01:23.560 --> 00:01:29.000 out. So around the time of January of last year, Um, there 20 00:01:29.079 --> 00:01:34.200 was a picture that went around on facebook and twitter of like the night before 21 00:01:34.640 --> 00:01:40.079 or a couple of days before like the move out or whatever. Um, 22 00:01:40.120 --> 00:01:42.079 there was a truck, a moving truck, in front of the White House 23 00:01:42.120 --> 00:01:47.640 and they were just loading it with basically anything that wasn't nailed down really, 24 00:01:47.799 --> 00:01:52.879 yeah, like artwork and fixture, like anything they could take. They were 25 00:01:52.920 --> 00:01:59.159 just Um and they said there people were which people who were just lived around 26 00:01:59.200 --> 00:02:00.680 there were like like, you can see those trucks coming in and other like 27 00:02:00.760 --> 00:02:06.799 all hours of the day and night. So, yeah, they were thinking, 28 00:02:06.879 --> 00:02:09.680 yeah, he probably took a bunch of ship that he wasn't supposed to. 29 00:02:10.120 --> 00:02:14.680 It's probably incriminating stuff. Yeah, I wonder if it was done on 30 00:02:14.759 --> 00:02:19.560 mom it's not done on accident. I think it is interesting. What I 31 00:02:19.599 --> 00:02:23.280 was gonna say, uh, the whole like the fund, like the MG. 32 00:02:23.680 --> 00:02:30.479 What was Marjorie? Yeah, and Marjorie Taylor Green. Yeah, the 33 00:02:30.520 --> 00:02:35.599 Fund. I was like, what the like he fucking like appointed the guy 34 00:02:35.680 --> 00:02:39.159 that when I had like but not only that was like. He also said, 35 00:02:39.199 --> 00:02:43.280 like Obama kept all this stuff and then like the group that takes all 36 00:02:43.360 --> 00:02:46.599 the classified information or whatever responded to saying, actually, Obama, did you 37 00:02:46.639 --> 00:02:51.039 see that? The heat and then like it was, I think it was 38 00:02:51.039 --> 00:02:53.719 on true social and they took a screenshot of it and put it up there 39 00:02:53.719 --> 00:02:59.639 and like no, Obama returned everything. Like I love where he was heard 40 00:02:59.680 --> 00:03:01.599 a bunch of the folks saying like Oh what? So now the FBI can 41 00:03:01.719 --> 00:03:06.039 just get a warrant and search, search any of us. It's like, 42 00:03:06.719 --> 00:03:09.599 yeah, that's that's that's what they do. If you're suspected of a crime, 43 00:03:10.000 --> 00:03:15.439 they can get a warrant and that's what warrants are for. They went 44 00:03:15.479 --> 00:03:16.879 from like show me to like, Oh my God, they show me the 45 00:03:16.879 --> 00:03:19.599 warrant. Till they show them the warrant, they're like, well, this 46 00:03:19.680 --> 00:03:23.840 is just like it's just the gradual like Oh my God, you can't do 47 00:03:23.919 --> 00:03:27.560 this to him. Where's the warrant? And then they're like here's the warrant 48 00:03:27.639 --> 00:03:30.439 and they're like we left the copy with him. He can show it any 49 00:03:30.479 --> 00:03:37.080 time. Um, I got, I got, I got the Wikipedia for 50 00:03:37.199 --> 00:03:42.159 it pulled up. It says, uh, Um, the search weren't released. 51 00:03:42.199 --> 00:03:45.560 A few days after the search show the FBI was investigating trump for three 52 00:03:45.599 --> 00:03:52.360 possible federal crimes removal or destruction of government records, destroying or concealing records with 53 00:03:52.400 --> 00:03:57.759 the intent to impede, obstructor influenced federal government activity and violating the espionage act 54 00:03:57.840 --> 00:04:02.400 regarding unauthorized retention of National Defe it's information. Here's the thing about the espionage 55 00:04:02.479 --> 00:04:05.639 act, and I'm trying to see if this is still true. I believe 56 00:04:05.759 --> 00:04:13.240 that's punishable by debt. I think it was for the longest time. Um, 57 00:04:13.360 --> 00:04:15.160 well, I don't know how much of it's true. Apparently, like 58 00:04:15.199 --> 00:04:17.720 some of the stuff they're looking for is when I not he had records of 59 00:04:17.759 --> 00:04:21.759 like undercover agents or something like that. Will you remember that one? Yeah, 60 00:04:23.040 --> 00:04:25.360 and I'm like, yeah, of course he's a business guy, so 61 00:04:25.399 --> 00:04:30.519 of course he would sell that to other countries for I mean like and that's 62 00:04:30.560 --> 00:04:34.199 some funked up ship that you don't hold on to. It is it's and 63 00:04:34.279 --> 00:04:40.120 he's trying to claim that everything is under executive privilege and it's like, I 64 00:04:40.120 --> 00:04:44.480 don't I don't think you fully understand what executive privilege actually mean. He doesn't 65 00:04:44.519 --> 00:04:48.759 understand anything. Now he doesn't Um to look up espionage act. What's the 66 00:04:48.800 --> 00:04:54.680 penalties for espionage if you're found? Um, I'm sorry now that's at the 67 00:04:54.720 --> 00:04:59.360 time. I'm trying to see if you can tell me what exactly the punishment 68 00:04:59.519 --> 00:05:03.959 is. Hanging by Dick. Okay, so as of right now it's twenty 69 00:05:04.000 --> 00:05:10.040 years in prison and a fine. Fine. Yeah, that's if your violation 70 00:05:10.120 --> 00:05:15.839 of the espionage act, if you're found guilty of, Um, espionage, 71 00:05:16.040 --> 00:05:20.800 of actual espionage. was there just been violation of the espionage act and violation 72 00:05:20.800 --> 00:05:27.199 of espionage? I guess Um. But if he is in violation of if 73 00:05:27.279 --> 00:05:31.240 he is, if he does get convicted of actual espionage, then bungeable by 74 00:05:31.240 --> 00:05:35.439 death, was it? Then he tweeted on true social or about that the 75 00:05:35.519 --> 00:05:41.079 FBI took all his passports. Oh, did they really? Yeah, I 76 00:05:41.120 --> 00:05:43.879 don't know how true with it. Like you see stuff on on twitter that 77 00:05:43.920 --> 00:05:48.519 you wonder if somebody like photo shopped it right, but like I'm like, 78 00:05:48.560 --> 00:05:54.920 Oh, ship, that's interesting too. Well, speaking of of Photoshop, 79 00:05:55.000 --> 00:06:00.439 did you see that image that Fox News shared? That was fake, but 80 00:06:00.480 --> 00:06:02.360 they tried to pass it off like it was real. It was a picture 81 00:06:02.519 --> 00:06:12.079 of it was a photoshop picture of Um, Um, uh Merritt, Mary 82 00:06:12.120 --> 00:06:15.839 Garnland, Um, like with uh, what's her name? EPSTEIN'S FRIEND? 83 00:06:17.160 --> 00:06:20.879 Yeah, and they were posting it and then everyone was like that that's not 84 00:06:21.120 --> 00:06:25.920 real, that's fake, it's an obviously photoshop image. Like here's the original 85 00:06:26.000 --> 00:06:30.199 of I forget who the guy actually was. And then, uh, I 86 00:06:30.199 --> 00:06:31.600 think it was Sean Hannity was the one that was on his show and he 87 00:06:31.680 --> 00:06:34.319 was like, we were, we were putting that up there as a joke. 88 00:06:34.399 --> 00:06:36.839 We weren't trying to actually suggest that it was real, and everyone was 89 00:06:36.879 --> 00:06:42.319 like yeah, you were, yeah, yeah, you fucking were up. 90 00:06:42.759 --> 00:06:46.319 Listen, your fans are stupid. They're not that stupid. I mean like 91 00:06:46.560 --> 00:06:50.879 you could clearly tell the backgrounds are different. There's a son in the background 92 00:06:50.920 --> 00:06:54.399 on the one side. Yeah, yeah, it all. It was just 93 00:06:54.480 --> 00:06:59.000 as they put his head on some other dude's body. It's I think I 94 00:06:59.040 --> 00:07:02.120 actually, I think I have that I mentioned. I was like that's it's 95 00:07:02.199 --> 00:07:06.720 it's bad photoshop deal. It's not even convincing photoshop. Um. So that 96 00:07:06.839 --> 00:07:13.560 happened. So I don't even know what the next one Mary Fox News argument 97 00:07:13.600 --> 00:07:17.439 was. It's not really news it's right this entertainment. I can't believe that 98 00:07:17.519 --> 00:07:23.439 fucking work. Sometimes life can give you the raw deal, and that's where 99 00:07:23.519 --> 00:07:27.839 dope comes in. Dope provides edible cookie dough in a variety of flavors and 100 00:07:27.879 --> 00:07:33.240 styles for you, delivered to your house deliciously and intact. Dope also donates 101 00:07:33.240 --> 00:07:39.560 a portion of every sale to this she recovers foundation with a minimum guaranteed donation 102 00:07:39.639 --> 00:07:44.079 of forty thousand dollars every year. She recovers as a nonprofit charity with a 103 00:07:44.079 --> 00:07:47.040 mission to connect, support and empower women in or seeking recovery. 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I still 114 00:08:33.360 --> 00:08:37.480 don't know, because he was formally charged with breaking and entering into that one 115 00:08:37.519 --> 00:08:41.080 couple's house that one time, like a year later. As I don't understand 116 00:08:41.080 --> 00:08:43.840 what's going on. Like he's done so much it that you're like what? 117 00:08:45.399 --> 00:08:48.600 Well, and everything's a mess over at Warner Brothers right now. Anyway, 118 00:08:48.639 --> 00:08:52.720 they still haven't confirmed or denied what they're gonna do with the flash movie. 119 00:08:52.360 --> 00:08:58.720 They've said that they're exploring three possible options, one of which is having him 120 00:08:58.720 --> 00:09:03.399 be involved in the promotion but Um, very limited and supervised, one of 121 00:09:03.399 --> 00:09:07.039 which is not having him involved with the promotion at all, or, see, 122 00:09:07.080 --> 00:09:11.720 just canceling the film. And I'm like, just canceled the fun. 123 00:09:11.919 --> 00:09:18.480 Nobody cares. Nobody cares, especially because so there's what happened with the backgirl 124 00:09:18.559 --> 00:09:20.759 movie, which we can talk about in a little bit as well. But 125 00:09:20.919 --> 00:09:26.720 also it feels like that they're trying to whatever the plan was under the previous 126 00:09:26.720 --> 00:09:31.080 management to do with Michael Keaton as Batman, I think has gone away because 127 00:09:31.240 --> 00:09:37.360 there's are because that Jason Momo was already confirmed that Ben Affleck was on Sech 128 00:09:37.600 --> 00:09:41.360 doing shooting additional scenes for Aquaman two, which originally Michael Keaton was going to 129 00:09:41.399 --> 00:09:46.440 show up in his Batman, that he's shown up to do and that he's 130 00:09:46.440 --> 00:09:50.159 shown up to do new scenes, shooting new footage for the Flash, which 131 00:09:50.159 --> 00:09:54.679 he was already in. But with them canceling bat girl, which was going 132 00:09:54.759 --> 00:10:00.120 to have Michael Keaton's Batman, sounds to me like whatever they were planning to 133 00:10:00.159 --> 00:10:05.200 do with the Flash, like recasting everyone, they're just getting away from there, 134 00:10:05.200 --> 00:10:07.080 doing away with that, and they've got Ben Affleck coming in and shooting 135 00:10:07.080 --> 00:10:11.039 all these scenes that Michael Keaton was originally in. Well, it's waited. 136 00:10:11.039 --> 00:10:15.159 Its like Ezra Miller just funked up an entire real life timeline. He really 137 00:10:15.200 --> 00:10:20.360 did. That's true. He funked that the real life time like water brothers, 138 00:10:20.440 --> 00:10:24.519 like God, it's that, but it's literally that Ben Affleck mean where 139 00:10:24.519 --> 00:10:28.360 he's just like yeah, he's just just holding the sick. Yeah, it 140 00:10:28.360 --> 00:10:31.720 was Um and then yeah, and then the back girl thing is a fucking 141 00:10:31.519 --> 00:10:35.720 disaster and a half. What like they just decided the camp so the movie. 142 00:10:35.720 --> 00:10:39.840 The movie was like ninety seven percent done, like it was basically done 143 00:10:39.159 --> 00:10:43.320 and it was going to be an Hbo Max Movie, Um, but it 144 00:10:43.360 --> 00:10:45.840 was gonna be like like it was supposed to be like set, like Post 145 00:10:45.919 --> 00:10:50.240 Justice League and all that. They just canceled it all together. And then 146 00:10:50.279 --> 00:10:54.240 they're so their excuse was the new because they did this whole merger with discovery 147 00:10:54.279 --> 00:10:56.840 or whatever. So the new bosses excuse was they were just they didn't have 148 00:10:56.919 --> 00:11:00.840 faith in it. So they were just going to and they because Warner Brothers 149 00:11:00.879 --> 00:11:03.200 is in a shipload of debt right now. Warner brothers is in like several 150 00:11:03.200 --> 00:11:07.759 billion dollars with a debt right now. Um. So their plan was to 151 00:11:07.840 --> 00:11:09.960 use that as a as a tax credit to they're like, well, we'll 152 00:11:11.000 --> 00:11:13.840 make more money in a tax credit than we will release this thing on Hbo 153 00:11:13.919 --> 00:11:16.720 Max. So I'm like, well, then release it in fucking theaters. 154 00:11:16.720 --> 00:11:20.200 They said they're gonna. They said they're gonna get like a ten to twenty 155 00:11:20.200 --> 00:11:24.799 million dollar tax credit on it, Um, but I'm like ten to twenty 156 00:11:24.799 --> 00:11:28.120 million dollars, like, like what if they watch it? Or just that 157 00:11:28.159 --> 00:11:31.120 bad? Well, so here's the thing. So they were making this the 158 00:11:31.120 --> 00:11:35.759 same time they were making black Adam and Shazm two. Well, all three 159 00:11:35.799 --> 00:11:39.440 movies got the same test screening score. They got like in like in like 160 00:11:39.799 --> 00:11:45.399 at their initial test screening. They got like like or something like that approval. 161 00:11:45.480 --> 00:11:48.440 And I'm like, okay, so then, why are you canceling this 162 00:11:48.480 --> 00:11:52.720 one? Here's an idea. Cut together a rough trailer, drop it on 163 00:11:52.759 --> 00:11:54.799 Youtube, see if people fucking love it and if they do, put it 164 00:11:54.840 --> 00:11:58.840 in theaters. You'll probably make more than ten or twenty million dollars. If 165 00:11:58.840 --> 00:12:01.639 they is good, I think you could probably make fifty million, because the 166 00:12:01.639 --> 00:12:05.279 movie was only like ninety million dollars to make and if you put out in 167 00:12:05.279 --> 00:12:09.840 theaters you're probably gonna wind up spending a hundred and twenty million after distribution and 168 00:12:09.879 --> 00:12:13.320 advertising. You'll make that fucking money back, especially if it's good. But 169 00:12:13.919 --> 00:12:18.600 they pulled it and now because, but because they canceled it for a tax 170 00:12:18.639 --> 00:12:24.279 credit, that means legally it can never see the light of day. Jesus, 171 00:12:24.320 --> 00:12:26.039 because what they do, they'll be in trouble with the I R s. 172 00:12:26.279 --> 00:12:28.919 So this is not like a snyder cut situation where like it just never 173 00:12:28.960 --> 00:12:31.840 got released and maybe one day we'll see. It's like no, they are 174 00:12:33.440 --> 00:12:39.559 it can. It can legally never see the light of day. That's crazy, 175 00:12:41.120 --> 00:12:43.679 although I did like that meme. I tagged you in. Now you 176 00:12:43.720 --> 00:12:46.639 were like these five people tagging in that. I thought that was funnier. 177 00:12:46.679 --> 00:12:50.960 And now that was like this is the ultimate director director's cut. It's got 178 00:12:50.080 --> 00:12:56.600 nine, it's got it's got A. Yeah, I was like, Oh, 179 00:12:56.919 --> 00:13:00.440 that is that? Yeah, that's fucking funny. So that that's a 180 00:13:00.480 --> 00:13:03.919 fucking disaster and a half. Warner brothers his life. And then John Oliver 181 00:13:03.039 --> 00:13:05.759 made fun of him because he was doing something. He was doing a thing 182 00:13:05.799 --> 00:13:09.320 about the monkey pox and about how we had had all these monkey pox vaccines 183 00:13:09.720 --> 00:13:13.759 that we just let expire rather than like giving them to places that needed it. 184 00:13:15.120 --> 00:13:16.799 And he's like that's like, you know, we treated the monkey pox 185 00:13:16.919 --> 00:13:20.960 vaccine like, you know, an uneaten Shabani in the back of a fridge 186 00:13:22.080 --> 00:13:26.159 or a ninety million dollar movie that we just decided to cancel. By the 187 00:13:26.159 --> 00:13:28.480 way, High New Business Daddy, it kind of seems like you're burning down 188 00:13:28.480 --> 00:13:33.320 my network for the insurance money, but I'm sure everything's gonna be fine. 189 00:13:33.320 --> 00:13:39.440 Jesus, it does blow my mind that they did that. especially. I 190 00:13:39.480 --> 00:13:41.960 didn't realize it was that far finished. Yeah, it was like it was 191 00:13:43.279 --> 00:13:45.960 like, I'm actually surprised we hadn't gotten a trailer for it yet, because 192 00:13:45.960 --> 00:13:48.720 it was because the guys who directed it, the two guys who directed it, 193 00:13:48.799 --> 00:13:54.600 directed two of the best episodes of Miss Marvel and they were at one 194 00:13:54.639 --> 00:13:58.799 of the director's weddings when the news broke. Like they found out via text 195 00:13:58.840 --> 00:14:05.200 at the Dude's wedding, which but then they immediately got like emails from like 196 00:14:05.279 --> 00:14:07.440 Kevin Figye saying like we're so sorry, we know your movie would have been 197 00:14:07.480 --> 00:14:11.600 good. I guess Michael Keaton gave them a bunch of ships, like a 198 00:14:11.600 --> 00:14:16.879 bunch of like Batman Memorabilia from the one that he had. Um, Sht, 199 00:14:16.960 --> 00:14:20.759 I said. Watched Miss Marvel. Yep, it's good. She help 200 00:14:20.840 --> 00:14:24.039 drops this week. Um, I don't know, early reviews are good, 201 00:14:24.159 --> 00:14:28.919 but Um. And then also, what's funny is somebody from variety said, 202 00:14:28.960 --> 00:14:33.600 like warner brothers just sucked themselves so hard, because no, like no filmmaker 203 00:14:33.679 --> 00:14:37.639 in their right mind is gonna want to work on one of these big projects 204 00:14:37.639 --> 00:14:39.639 for Warner Brothers if they know that they could just fucking cancel it and yeah, 205 00:14:41.039 --> 00:14:46.399 that like they've officially ruined the D C universe. Yeah, it's so 206 00:14:46.480 --> 00:14:52.360 weird because like marvel, like Disney did it so on key with marvel. 207 00:14:52.639 --> 00:14:58.240 Yeah, and like the exact and literally Wander Bros did the exact op like 208 00:14:58.559 --> 00:15:03.919 Disney at marvel. The Marvel Universe, Cinemac Universe was like a cupcake. 209 00:15:05.200 --> 00:15:11.440 The DC Universe is like poop on fire, but like not just any poop, 210 00:15:11.480 --> 00:15:16.559 but like an actual like Satan turn on fire. It's I don't know 211 00:15:16.600 --> 00:15:24.200 how you funk up everything like you funk up like the directors, the Snyder, 212 00:15:24.360 --> 00:15:28.600 the Snyder cut, you fucked up literally everything. It's because, like 213 00:15:28.639 --> 00:15:33.039 all these big studios, other studios that tried to do these universes, they 214 00:15:33.080 --> 00:15:37.919 went into it with no plan. The differences. Whereas with universal they launched 215 00:15:37.960 --> 00:15:43.080 there, they launched and ended their Monster Universe with one movie. Warner Brothers 216 00:15:43.200 --> 00:15:50.399 has the financial backing to keep trudging forward. These other studios were like, 217 00:15:50.399 --> 00:15:52.720 well, fuck it, we're just not gonna we don't have the money to 218 00:15:52.799 --> 00:15:56.480 waste on the Warner Brothers is like, we've got so much fucking money to 219 00:15:56.600 --> 00:15:58.360 blow on this. But now that I said they're like several billion dollars in 220 00:15:58.399 --> 00:16:03.279 debt right now. So it's like it's like you miss again and again and 221 00:16:03.320 --> 00:16:07.519 again. Well, and then they put all their fucking eggs in the Ezra 222 00:16:07.600 --> 00:16:12.120 Miller flash reset everything basket and then he is the biggest fucking dumpster fire. 223 00:16:12.200 --> 00:16:19.120 You've got his apology, or his publicists fake apology is associated because it doesn't 224 00:16:19.159 --> 00:16:25.799 say like I'm sorry for the things I've done, it's I'm sorry that people 225 00:16:25.960 --> 00:16:30.240 feel upset and alarmed by my behavior, and I'm like, Oh you like 226 00:16:30.919 --> 00:16:37.639 you've assaulted people, not to mention like all the alleged grooming stuff that's going 227 00:16:37.679 --> 00:16:41.320 on, and it's it's like no, people weren't alarmed by your behavior, 228 00:16:41.399 --> 00:16:47.840 they were physically injured by your behavior. So I I, I think they're 229 00:16:47.840 --> 00:16:52.799 going down the either he's gonna be lightly involved in promotions or not involved in 230 00:16:52.799 --> 00:16:55.960 promotions at all. I don't even think there's no reason to involve him now, 231 00:16:56.120 --> 00:16:57.480 but they're still I think it's like a movie out next but they pushed 232 00:16:57.480 --> 00:17:02.200 it back to next year or so. Who fucking both it and Awquaman don't 233 00:17:02.240 --> 00:17:04.519 come out to like middle or late next year, then we'll find out. 234 00:17:04.599 --> 00:17:11.519 Jason Momo is like like Epstein, like no ship. Now you can rep 235 00:17:11.559 --> 00:17:15.160 the basement lounge out in public by checking out some of the merch that we 236 00:17:15.240 --> 00:17:22.079 have available on our website. 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I was one of those guy I 246 00:18:00.200 --> 00:18:02.400 was going to everybody, if you watch your luck, if you watch your 247 00:18:02.480 --> 00:18:04.400 luck, if you watched yourlock, like I was obsessed. It's so good. 248 00:18:06.160 --> 00:18:07.319 Um, I kind of wish they'd do more of those. Honestly, 249 00:18:07.519 --> 00:18:11.519 yeah, I kind of want him and play Sherlock again, I do, 250 00:18:11.799 --> 00:18:14.960 because I also wanted I also I tried watching that one that was on TV 251 00:18:15.359 --> 00:18:19.359 elementary. It was not good. No, that would be fucking especially if 252 00:18:19.359 --> 00:18:22.279 you watched sherlock. Compared to that, that was like like to me, 253 00:18:22.400 --> 00:18:26.480 that was like NBC, I think it was NBC or CBS. That was 254 00:18:26.559 --> 00:18:30.480 their answer to the cupcake and a flying it was. It was, it 255 00:18:30.559 --> 00:18:33.400 was so I was like you're just trying to be the exact same fucking thing 256 00:18:33.480 --> 00:18:37.680 and you're not good at it. Um, yeah, no, the benedict 257 00:18:37.720 --> 00:18:41.480 cover batch one was was so good. It was one of my favorite shows 258 00:18:41.480 --> 00:18:45.359 to binge, especially because, like the guy who plays moriarty it is such 259 00:18:45.400 --> 00:18:49.160 a good fucking actor. And this there's this video. I saw an Instagram 260 00:18:49.240 --> 00:18:53.519 of him doing the hamlet to be or not to be speech at like a 261 00:18:53.559 --> 00:18:59.440 workshop and, like I normally don't like watch, I got like fucking chills 262 00:18:59.680 --> 00:19:03.519 watch. He's such a good fucking actor. That scene in the in the 263 00:19:03.559 --> 00:19:07.200 city pool was was great. Um, Oh yeah, where he where? 264 00:19:07.240 --> 00:19:11.000 He just he's like he's like yeah, but people have died. Well, 265 00:19:11.039 --> 00:19:15.920 that's what people do, they die. But then his ringtone is like fucking 266 00:19:15.920 --> 00:19:21.799 staying a lot. Yeah, that's almost worth going back to rewatch and I 267 00:19:21.799 --> 00:19:26.359 think that I just I need that might be my next background rewatch. I 268 00:19:26.440 --> 00:19:30.200 just did, uh, I just did South Park again. So which I 269 00:19:30.240 --> 00:19:33.640 want to see this twenty anniversary concert they did, but it's only on paramount 270 00:19:33.680 --> 00:19:37.359 plus. Have you seen the clips from this? They'd get a full fucking 271 00:19:37.359 --> 00:19:41.359 band, they get like Primus back together and all that, and they do 272 00:19:41.400 --> 00:19:45.079 this big, like arena fucking concert of all the music from the show and 273 00:19:45.119 --> 00:19:48.319 like Trey Parker and Matt Stone are playing fucking instruments and ship Um. They 274 00:19:48.319 --> 00:19:53.039 get rush minus UH, minus Neil pert obviously, but they get them back 275 00:19:53.079 --> 00:19:57.039 together. That was weird, I know right. Well, fucking Uh Matt 276 00:19:57.119 --> 00:20:02.000 Stone plays drums with them for or whatever song it was they played. I 277 00:20:02.039 --> 00:20:04.400 forget which, like it was. It's a really cool fucking concert. If 278 00:20:04.480 --> 00:20:08.680 they got a couple of clips on Youtube, you ever thought they I mean 279 00:20:08.759 --> 00:20:12.160 obviously they had no idea, if they were making like how long it would 280 00:20:12.200 --> 00:20:15.279 last. or I thought about that today actually, because I was watching one 281 00:20:15.279 --> 00:20:18.759 of the clips they posted, which it's from the the anime episode where they 282 00:20:18.799 --> 00:20:25.039 getting Ninja Weapons. My favorite, my favorite thing is the fucking Ninja Star 283 00:20:25.680 --> 00:20:27.519 and it hits like and it's in the anime thing and it hits butters in 284 00:20:27.519 --> 00:20:30.599 the eye and you're like Oh ship, like you see it in the in 285 00:20:30.640 --> 00:20:36.359 the anime. You're like Oh ship like that legit hit him in the eye. 286 00:20:37.160 --> 00:20:45.880 They do the anime song where he's like to attack my boss. They 287 00:20:45.880 --> 00:20:48.400 do that. They got him doing like like they get primus come out and 288 00:20:48.400 --> 00:20:52.759 do the theme song again and it's it's yeah, I didn't realize how much 289 00:20:52.759 --> 00:20:56.720 of the music they were. I didn't realize they were basically seth mcfollowing this 290 00:20:56.759 --> 00:20:59.839 ship like they like right and do the music and stuff themselves, and I 291 00:20:59.880 --> 00:21:03.319 was like wow, for guys who hate Seth McFarland, you are a lot 292 00:21:03.400 --> 00:21:04.880 like him. That's why they hate him. That's why they hate him. 293 00:21:04.920 --> 00:21:07.839 No, I I thought about that today. I was like, man, 294 00:21:07.880 --> 00:21:10.880 I wonder if they thought, like so many years ago, this shitty little 295 00:21:10.920 --> 00:21:15.960 Christmas video they made, twenty five years later they'd be playing the songs from 296 00:21:15.000 --> 00:21:21.640 their show in front of like it's like it's like overtake people if Tony's have 297 00:21:21.720 --> 00:21:25.599 Tony Awards from buck of Morton. So it's kind of like did you guys 298 00:21:25.680 --> 00:21:30.480 like what they started. Like, I remember I was a child. Oh 299 00:21:30.599 --> 00:21:37.880 yeah, I was four, five years old, something like that. Yeah, 300 00:21:37.920 --> 00:21:40.720 I remember my mom because I remember because people talked about how there was 301 00:21:40.759 --> 00:21:45.319 the Christmas vhs that we get, that my mom had a bootleg copy of 302 00:21:45.359 --> 00:21:48.039 that. She was like you can't watch this, Um, which is which. 303 00:21:48.079 --> 00:21:52.400 What's funny about that is there's an episode in one of the later seasons 304 00:21:52.440 --> 00:21:56.000 where they're trying to get Christmas spirit back in the city and the kids like, 305 00:21:56.039 --> 00:22:00.119 well, let's go make our own Christmas movie and they basically make that 306 00:22:00.279 --> 00:22:03.599 Christmas video. So they showed clips of it and it's the actual and I'm 307 00:22:03.640 --> 00:22:07.319 like that's that's fucking funny, because they basically mimic like well, how are 308 00:22:07.319 --> 00:22:10.319 we gonna do this? Fun and I'll do all the voices. Well, 309 00:22:10.359 --> 00:22:12.319 what about Kenny? Oh, we didn't finish getting his voice over for this 310 00:22:12.359 --> 00:22:18.960 one. I don't let's just kill him off then. Okay, and the 311 00:22:18.000 --> 00:22:21.759 whole, the whole thing. Every episode Kenny died. That was the original 312 00:22:21.759 --> 00:22:25.480 thing of it. I can't stopped doing that. They stopped doing it. 313 00:22:25.720 --> 00:22:29.839 So at one point they killed him off like for like for one whole season. 314 00:22:29.839 --> 00:22:33.279 That he was killed off after they brought him back. They would kill 315 00:22:33.359 --> 00:22:36.720 him off every once in a while, but it wasn't in every episode thing. 316 00:22:37.119 --> 00:22:40.279 And then they do the Superhero one where you find out the reason he 317 00:22:40.319 --> 00:22:45.160 always comes back is because he's like an immortal demigod or his parents were part 318 00:22:45.160 --> 00:22:48.759 of a cult and his mom basically got she was pregnant when they were in 319 00:22:48.759 --> 00:22:55.279 this cult and she got like imbibed with like the spirit of Cathulu or something. 320 00:22:55.400 --> 00:22:59.920 So every time Kenny dies, she immediately gives birth to a new Kenny's 321 00:23:00.279 --> 00:23:03.400 and he but but everyone forgets that he ever. But also it erases everyone's 322 00:23:03.440 --> 00:23:07.799 memory that he died. Because, because, because, guys, remember when 323 00:23:07.839 --> 00:23:10.519 I shot myself in the head. What are you talking about, Kenny? 324 00:23:11.880 --> 00:23:15.920 That's genius. Yeah, just it blows my mind. I remember the biggest 325 00:23:15.920 --> 00:23:21.599 things, Mr Hanky, and so Mr Kenny dying every episode. So that 326 00:23:21.720 --> 00:23:25.319 was like and my parents would let me watch it period at all. But 327 00:23:25.359 --> 00:23:30.240 then my my aunt had a Mr Hanky doll. Oh really actually, I 328 00:23:30.279 --> 00:23:34.720 started watching it and when I got a little bit older and like, I 329 00:23:34.759 --> 00:23:38.759 never really got into and into it, like I mean really not like watching 330 00:23:38.799 --> 00:23:41.000 like every week. You know, what I mean. We we did a 331 00:23:41.039 --> 00:23:45.160 little bit because my my brothers, you know, they're my stepbrothers, so 332 00:23:45.160 --> 00:23:47.920 they would go visit their mom like every week or whatever, and she would 333 00:23:47.960 --> 00:23:49.480 let him watch it, so they'd come back. But then then we found 334 00:23:49.519 --> 00:23:56.319 out that whatever episode aired that day would re air after like eleven pm on 335 00:23:56.400 --> 00:24:00.480 Comedy Central. So in our bedroom we had of those like TVs, were 336 00:24:00.480 --> 00:24:03.839 the built in vcrs, and I learned that you could program it to record 337 00:24:03.880 --> 00:24:07.240 at certain times. So, Um, when they were they'd show the reruns. 338 00:24:07.279 --> 00:24:11.599 I would just record until the tape was full and then on Saturdays my 339 00:24:11.640 --> 00:24:14.880 parents would always go grocery shopping, we would stay home and we would just 340 00:24:14.920 --> 00:24:18.440 watch all of them. So, James Von, we fucking did we U. 341 00:24:18.839 --> 00:24:22.119 First one I ever saw, the first episode I ever saw South Park 342 00:24:22.240 --> 00:24:26.079 was several seasons. The actually was when they do sex ed with the kids 343 00:24:27.079 --> 00:24:30.799 and Um, it's they miss chokes on Dick, scares all the girls into 344 00:24:30.799 --> 00:24:34.519 thinking that sex is gonna give you diseases, you're gonna die, and Mackie's 345 00:24:34.559 --> 00:24:37.839 a virgin, so he doesn't know what to teach that. He's like. 346 00:24:37.920 --> 00:24:41.839 So I took it, took the penis and uh, let's see the man. 347 00:24:41.960 --> 00:24:44.960 The man takes his penis and, Uh God, what do I do 348 00:24:45.000 --> 00:24:48.720 with that damn thing? Okay, and UH, they end up going to 349 00:24:48.720 --> 00:24:52.079 war and then Mr Mackie MIS chokes on that end up sucking and it's really 350 00:24:52.079 --> 00:24:55.680 weird and creepy. And first episode, Scott Tenement must die. That's such 351 00:24:55.720 --> 00:24:57.720 a good one. That's the one you started with. That's the first episode 352 00:24:57.759 --> 00:25:00.759 ever watched. That is such a good episode. And you want and I 353 00:25:00.839 --> 00:25:03.240 have dark sense of humor. I had a dark sense humor since I was 354 00:25:03.240 --> 00:25:11.279 a child, right, and that is such a dark episodeingning. I made 355 00:25:11.319 --> 00:25:15.880 you eat your parents, like Oh, man, because then he would use 356 00:25:15.920 --> 00:25:19.480 that another episodes, like I'll make you eat your parents and they're like he'll 357 00:25:19.480 --> 00:25:23.480 do it, dude. Look at that cry baby. Oh Yeah, radio 358 00:25:25.359 --> 00:25:33.000 cyt cry baby kids got cancer in his ass. Dude. It's such a 359 00:25:33.119 --> 00:25:37.039 dark episode, but it's that's the first episode ever watched. That's my my 360 00:25:37.039 --> 00:25:40.400 my aunt and uncle tried to watch it one time and the first episode they 361 00:25:40.440 --> 00:25:45.640 saw it was Paris Hilton versus Mr Slaves slut off, and they were like 362 00:25:45.799 --> 00:25:48.880 what is this? I'm like, this wasn't a good one. To start 363 00:25:48.960 --> 00:25:53.240 with, because it ends with him shoving Paris Hilton up his ass. Why 364 00:25:53.440 --> 00:26:00.960 you got Um, adventure land, oh imagination, oh my God, that's 365 00:26:00.759 --> 00:26:06.240 three part. They released that like on DVD on it it's amazing. It's 366 00:26:06.480 --> 00:26:08.039 Oh my God, that was that one, I think was one of the 367 00:26:08.079 --> 00:26:12.279 ones that won. That won them the emmy because like the next the next 368 00:26:12.319 --> 00:26:17.599 season, is the episode where Um Um, Randy takes the world's biggest crap 369 00:26:18.400 --> 00:26:22.720 and it's in the first thirty seconds he's on the toilet going and just a 370 00:26:22.759 --> 00:26:25.759 little picture of an emmy floats up on screen. It just says Emmy Award 371 00:26:25.759 --> 00:26:37.519 winning show, as as Randy sitting there going. Yet that's that's one of 372 00:26:37.519 --> 00:26:41.039 my favorite episodes. That episode is is fucking incredible. I need to watch 373 00:26:41.119 --> 00:26:45.839 PC principal season more because because every episode, like at the very beginning it 374 00:26:45.880 --> 00:26:48.000 was everypisode. It is different now it's like, I mean PC principal episode. 375 00:26:48.000 --> 00:26:52.240 That was the entire season. They actually mark the point where that happens, 376 00:26:52.319 --> 00:26:59.279 because there's an episode where, Um, where stand has a birthday and 377 00:26:59.319 --> 00:27:03.599 suddenly every thing sounds and looks and tastes like ship to him, and so 378 00:27:03.640 --> 00:27:07.720 it's it's it's a season finale because it ends with his parents like splitting up 379 00:27:07.720 --> 00:27:11.480 in him moving, and then the first season back is them all coming back 380 00:27:11.519 --> 00:27:14.720 together. But they make a joke about how, like things are gonna be 381 00:27:14.759 --> 00:27:17.440 different, we're not gonna do things the way we used to do them anymore, 382 00:27:17.599 --> 00:27:21.240 and the episode ends with his parents going hey, we're getting back together, 383 00:27:21.240 --> 00:27:22.119 it's gonna go back to normal. No, no, I just made 384 00:27:22.119 --> 00:27:25.240 a whole speech about I think he's gonna be different. Not, things gonna 385 00:27:25.279 --> 00:27:27.960 be the same. But after that season is when like, yeah, the 386 00:27:29.000 --> 00:27:32.359 season's had more of like an actual story to him, and that's when PC 387 00:27:32.480 --> 00:27:37.759 principle comes in. And, Um, those are great to watch in a 388 00:27:37.039 --> 00:27:41.240 binging format because week to week it's like because there's a lot of stuff that 389 00:27:41.279 --> 00:27:47.480 pays off later on, but it's it's still I mean those first ten years 390 00:27:47.480 --> 00:27:51.319 are still some of the funniest shit I've ever seen. Sucking South South Park 391 00:27:51.359 --> 00:27:59.880 bigger, bigger, bigger, better and uncut won the world record most swearing 392 00:27:59.880 --> 00:28:03.519 and an animated film. Jesus Christ, the fucking and we'll use them the 393 00:28:03.519 --> 00:28:10.119 blocker protect our planes and tanks to operation uh dark shield or whatever, like 394 00:28:10.160 --> 00:28:15.319 what blame. Blame Canada. I think that that won them. Won Them. 395 00:28:15.400 --> 00:28:19.160 I know it's nominated. I don't know if it won. I know 396 00:28:19.240 --> 00:28:22.960 that. Um, I know that Robin Williams performed it at the Oscars. 397 00:28:25.079 --> 00:28:29.039 Oh my God, Dude, fucking was that? Was that where Satan is 398 00:28:29.119 --> 00:28:33.559 having the UH Halloween Party, Costume Party? That was an episode of the 399 00:28:33.559 --> 00:28:37.359 show where he it was my favorite, my super sweet sixteen. Oh Yeah, 400 00:28:37.720 --> 00:28:41.079 Steve Irwin came in. Yeah, he's like, Hey, man, 401 00:28:41.160 --> 00:28:42.680 listen, you can't, you can't win. Steve Irwin Costume. It's too 402 00:28:42.759 --> 00:28:45.000 soon. No, no, it's it's me, Steve Irwin. Oh, 403 00:28:45.000 --> 00:28:52.079 no, costume and you gotta leave. Um, it was nominated. Okay, 404 00:28:52.160 --> 00:28:56.079 yeah, it was. It created controversy because all nominated songs are traditionally 405 00:28:56.079 --> 00:28:59.400 performed during the Oscar broadcast, but the song contain the word funk, which 406 00:28:59.440 --> 00:29:04.000 the FCC prohibits using in bridetime broadcasts. So they worked around it. Um, 407 00:29:04.119 --> 00:29:07.640 that was so good. Uh, they also were who was it? 408 00:29:07.880 --> 00:29:15.519 Um something. So there was a Canadian and Murray. Um. There was 409 00:29:15.559 --> 00:29:19.240 some concern about the fact the song referred to well known Canadian singer and Murray 410 00:29:19.319 --> 00:29:22.559 as a bitch, but Murray indicated she was not offended by the tongue in 411 00:29:22.599 --> 00:29:26.319 cheek lyric. She and she was invited to sing the song herself. But 412 00:29:26.519 --> 00:29:30.000 actually, but she wasn't even gonna be able to go to the Oscars because 413 00:29:30.000 --> 00:29:32.920 of a, because of a thing. So that's that's such like do you 414 00:29:32.920 --> 00:29:34.640 want to sing that? The movie? I mean, you know what one. 415 00:29:36.240 --> 00:29:38.359 You'll be in my heart by Phil Collins from Tarzan. I know, 416 00:29:40.119 --> 00:29:41.720 I know, but yeah, that's fire. So yeah, that was so 417 00:29:41.759 --> 00:29:47.119 good. That soundtrack is really fucking it's such a but not that a team 418 00:29:47.119 --> 00:29:51.240 America World Pool, like everything they've created. It's just like team America's one. 419 00:29:51.279 --> 00:29:53.359 I think people forget about a lot and I wish they would because it's 420 00:29:53.440 --> 00:29:57.160 really fucking funny. So, like my thing about team America, I mean 421 00:29:57.279 --> 00:30:03.599 my friend Heather went and uh, we're late. Okay, like the movie, 422 00:30:03.640 --> 00:30:07.200 it's like five minutes in and I fucking we walk in and I'm already 423 00:30:07.279 --> 00:30:11.400 laughing as I'm not I'm not even sitting down yet, because all a sudden 424 00:30:11.400 --> 00:30:19.839 I see fucking just dolls talking. She's like, Jesus, down here you're 425 00:30:21.079 --> 00:30:22.599 fighting me in near Limo. So you give me to perform oral sex on 426 00:30:22.640 --> 00:30:26.039 you know, I'm not now getting the Limo. Okay, I'm in Limo. 427 00:30:26.160 --> 00:30:30.359 Good, now, suck my cock. That sucks. I love that 428 00:30:30.400 --> 00:30:34.480 movie that. I remember that called was it called rent or lease, lease, 429 00:30:34.759 --> 00:30:40.680 yeah, everyone has a you're the guy from that blade, dude, 430 00:30:40.680 --> 00:30:45.680 that thing where everyone gets AIDS, the scene out in the alley where he's 431 00:30:45.680 --> 00:30:52.279 just puking for like five minutes in the uncut sexy, sexy. Yeah, 432 00:30:52.640 --> 00:30:59.119 sex seed. There's an UNCUTT doll sex seed. How fucking genius is that? 433 00:30:59.359 --> 00:31:03.400 There was literally really an uncut doll sexy, like, why would you 434 00:31:03.519 --> 00:31:08.920 ever say that in your entire like this sex scene is so vile between Maryette 435 00:31:08.960 --> 00:31:12.400 puppets. We have to cut some of it. But also, how many 436 00:31:12.480 --> 00:31:17.079 times do we do? How many times a year do you hear the name 437 00:31:17.160 --> 00:31:22.400 Matt Damon pop up and you immediately got Damon? Or you know, I 438 00:31:22.519 --> 00:31:30.319 can't act, Alec, you can't act or you know, I am so, 439 00:31:30.319 --> 00:31:36.319 so very roan, dude. That's such a fucking classic those guys. 440 00:31:36.400 --> 00:31:41.640 I mean, yeah, I again it breaks my heart that that they hate 441 00:31:41.680 --> 00:31:45.039 seth McFarland so much because, like, can you imagine what the three of 442 00:31:45.079 --> 00:31:49.440 them together could create if they just fucking got oh my God, especially like 443 00:31:49.480 --> 00:31:52.759 when you look at like, you know, having just finished season three of 444 00:31:52.839 --> 00:31:57.400 the Orville and just like like that show deserves so many fucking Emmy's just for 445 00:31:57.599 --> 00:32:02.680 just for writing alone. And it's like Seth McFarland's got like a real I 446 00:32:02.720 --> 00:32:06.720 want to see, and I guess maybe the book of Mormons kind of that, 447 00:32:06.759 --> 00:32:10.359 but I want to see Trey Parker and Matt Stone do something like that 448 00:32:10.400 --> 00:32:15.559 where they get almost away from the comedy just to see, just to prove 449 00:32:15.680 --> 00:32:21.160 how good they really are, like here's us when we actually fucking try. 450 00:32:21.279 --> 00:32:23.720 Yeah, I also I feel like it's harder. Probably it's probably harder right 451 00:32:23.759 --> 00:32:27.960 common it's hard to make people laugh. It's Oh, it's so hard to 452 00:32:27.960 --> 00:32:30.319 make people laugh, but it's it's also one of those like to get like 453 00:32:30.319 --> 00:32:34.359 like when Adam Sandler talks about uncut gems. He's he's like, I knew 454 00:32:34.400 --> 00:32:37.960 I wasn't gonna get nominated. I'm Adam Sandler. They'll never take me seriously, 455 00:32:37.000 --> 00:32:40.359 even though you fucking should have gotten it. It's, you know, 456 00:32:42.359 --> 00:32:45.000 with McFarland, Seth McFarland talking about how he's like I'll never get nominated. 457 00:32:45.000 --> 00:32:49.519 It's like we'll never win Emmy's because we're family. Guy, it's me, 458 00:32:50.119 --> 00:32:52.680 you know. He was talking about that with the Orville. He's like everyone's 459 00:32:52.680 --> 00:32:55.119 like Orville season three should win like every fucking emmy and it won't because of 460 00:32:55.200 --> 00:32:59.680 Seth McFarland, which is weird when you can see the back of South Park 461 00:33:00.079 --> 00:33:04.359 as Emmy's. So yeah, I'd love to see them like do something like 462 00:33:04.400 --> 00:33:07.880 that, like cool, do something totally fucking out of left field and and 463 00:33:07.880 --> 00:33:12.880 and just rock. Not gonna have the fucking part law and Order S V 464 00:33:15.359 --> 00:33:19.200 which apparently on this season of Svu they're gonna they're gonna do an episode inspired 465 00:33:19.200 --> 00:33:21.640 by the amber her Johnny Depp. But I'm like, can we not? 466 00:33:22.119 --> 00:33:23.319 That's why I don't like. I hate. That's why I don't like about 467 00:33:23.319 --> 00:33:29.079 s Vu is that they always do something like that. But I mean the 468 00:33:29.119 --> 00:33:30.640 show has been around forever, so they have to pull from something. Well, 469 00:33:30.680 --> 00:33:34.880 yeah, they're running out of ideas. It's really fucking obvious they're running 470 00:33:34.880 --> 00:33:37.960 out of ideas. Um, I stopt watching that show forever ago. But 471 00:33:37.640 --> 00:33:42.599 yeah, I mean a South Park like and like it's to the point because 472 00:33:42.599 --> 00:33:45.240 they're only doing like ten episode seasons now, which kind of bums me out 473 00:33:45.319 --> 00:33:50.400 because I want more, but also what they're giving me is really fucking good. 474 00:33:50.720 --> 00:33:55.680 So I'll take quality over quantity any day. God, Um, that's 475 00:33:55.680 --> 00:34:00.480 so blows. I still think about that. The thing that that was still 476 00:34:00.519 --> 00:34:02.279 around, still around. Man's still good. They said they just did a 477 00:34:02.319 --> 00:34:08.000 concert for tens of thousands of people just playing the little songs from their show. 478 00:34:08.440 --> 00:34:12.079 Jerry Seinfeld played a chicken in one of the episodes. fucking that. 479 00:34:12.159 --> 00:34:17.880 George Clooney was sparky stands, stands gay dog. Yeah, Jennifer Aniston was 480 00:34:17.880 --> 00:34:24.480 was Wendy's mom and and she was so the one where they go walking through 481 00:34:24.519 --> 00:34:30.880 the rainforest with the with the kids singing group. She's the like a green 482 00:34:30.960 --> 00:34:37.440 piece lady who they're there with. It's a funny episode. Um Cartman goes 483 00:34:37.440 --> 00:34:40.440 around trying to assertain dominance over all the wild animals, heading up with a 484 00:34:40.480 --> 00:34:46.320 stick, two video games and more than two video games, I think technically 485 00:34:46.360 --> 00:34:51.639 three. That the n sixty one sucks Dick, but Um, but the 486 00:34:51.679 --> 00:34:54.559 two they've done in the last couple of years stick of truth and UH freshard 487 00:34:54.599 --> 00:35:00.559 butthole are Um, because not only are they just fun games to play, 488 00:35:00.639 --> 00:35:07.480 but they're like just good South Park content. Like the the animation is flawless. 489 00:35:07.119 --> 00:35:13.519 Um, like you could totally turn those into just episodes and and it'd 490 00:35:13.559 --> 00:35:16.599 be funny. Like in the first game, have you played them? Yeah, 491 00:35:16.760 --> 00:35:20.159 they're good. Yeah, in the first one where you have to like 492 00:35:20.239 --> 00:35:23.480 go through your parents room while they're fucking and like dodge your dad's balls because 493 00:35:23.480 --> 00:35:30.480 you're shrunk down. Many that's just good fucking writing. Um. What I 494 00:35:30.519 --> 00:35:35.159 love to was in the show they fucking because they do like three or three 495 00:35:35.199 --> 00:35:40.079 part of them about the console wars, of of xbox, and it's really 496 00:35:40.119 --> 00:35:44.840 fucking good. But it ends with them going like you know, all this 497 00:35:44.920 --> 00:35:47.039 for video games. Like I kind of don't want to play video games anymore. 498 00:35:47.079 --> 00:35:52.519 Like look at this world. We created this fantasy world, like we 499 00:35:52.559 --> 00:35:54.440 could just like like this stick right here. We could just play with this 500 00:35:54.519 --> 00:35:58.599 stick. Yeah, we don't need video games coming soon, just coming to 501 00:35:58.840 --> 00:36:02.280 the video game stores, South Park Stick of truth. Yea, it's so 502 00:36:02.360 --> 00:36:06.400 good. Yeah, yeah, both games are great. Um, I hope 503 00:36:06.400 --> 00:36:08.679 they do another one. Actually, I mean I know they're huge undertakings, 504 00:36:08.840 --> 00:36:13.559 but I'm not sure what the next one would be, because the first one 505 00:36:13.599 --> 00:36:16.519 was fantasy game inspired and then the new one was comic Book Superhero theme. 506 00:36:16.599 --> 00:36:20.079 So I'm not sure what the next one would be, but I'm gonna fuck 507 00:36:20.199 --> 00:36:25.480 you. Do A fucking law to a crime thriller one Er Matt Tray and 508 00:36:25.519 --> 00:36:29.880 Matt, if you listen to this podcast, highly doubtful, but if you 509 00:36:29.920 --> 00:36:32.800 do, come on, come on the show. Do you like come on 510 00:36:32.840 --> 00:36:38.000 the show or do fucking season to SP YOU