The gang breaks down Exorcist 3 Leigion, and we dig up some rare directors cut footage with George C Scott.
The gang talks Stranger Things 2, Walking Dead, The Strain. Is Jason a Deadite, and what would be the best Evil Dead mashup? Oh and Erik's dog pisses on the floor during the podcast. It's a special moment.
The Gang talks Womens Math, and cyst videos. Jeremy reveals things about his hygene that will shock and awe. The gang run's down stories from their Holloween murder mystery shows. Jeremy trys to prove he knows the lyrics to Thriller. Erik has a wardrobe malfunction. Erik does a show with Jason Weems and a guy pulls a knife.
Well if you're easily offended, this may not be your episode so here is your advanced trigger warning. Jeremy and Erik have developed sibling rivalry. Jeremy and Erik share stories of their friend and coworker Rob Creamer. Jeremy meets Brad Williams, did he keep his pants on? The gang talks "Bad ass midgets". Kim gets bit, and is having issues with ownership at the open mic she runs, and ends up dropping a big bomb.
Lastly the Quality Time pod talks about a mans blog titled "Why I masturbate my profoundley disabled son".
Below is the link to the Blog where this topic came from.
The title pretty much says it all. Mike Moran joins the gang and has ranked all the Friday the 13th movies. There's some Joe Robinson corrections as well. Kim shows up late. Strap on your horror nerd gear, we go in depth.
What people do you hate most in the world? Kim goes to Game Stop. Quality time gets a new 5 star rating, and it's a doozy. Backstage stories from Winchester VA. Kimberly meets Doug Stanhope. The Gang comes up with a new job idea for Jeremy, and Lastly the gang talks about horror movies you can and can not show your children (Keep in mind they're giving advice and mentally damaged.)
Ralphie May is dead, Kim saw him recently, it's kinda sad, Erik still wants to eat him. Jeremy gives his niece some advice. Joe Robinson gives his show corrections, and the gang gives you band names that match the way they died. Lastly Kim, Erik, and Jeremy run down the top Stephen King film adaptations.