Join Wil and Mikey for hijinks of the steele variety! Wil goes on a rant for the ages and Mikey tries wistfully to defend a show that has a lot of very serious, very real problems. It’s like the odd couple in podcast form!
Join Wil and Mikey for a Christmas disaster that simply has no Earthly equivalent. Will Mikey pop a blood vessel in his head before the episode ends? (Spoiler: yes.) Will Wil go on more than one legendary rant about the proceedings? (Spoilers: What’s a word for “more than yes?)
Join Wil and Mikey for what is an exercise in exhausted delirium. After recording for hours the first go around, they came to find out that their recording was unusable, lost to the very nature of time and decay. What follows is their second time recording, and oddly, an entirely (and far better) show than the firs time. Or at least that’s what we think. Did we succeed?
The exterior shots of Breaking Point, the venue for Battle of the Bands, were filmed on Santa Monica Boulevard at (what had been) the Starwood club. It hosted many punk/new wave acts in the ’70s and early ’80s, but closed in June 1981 and was torn down soon afterwards.
Join Wil and Mikey for what might be the most polarizing episode of anything that has ever happened IN THIS WORLD’S ENTIRE HISTORY (yeah, I stole the text from last time. Sue me.) Will Hart to Hart get the axe like so many shows before it? Tune in to find out!
Join Wil and Mikey for the dementia they experience and maintain this week; it’s pretty glorious. As with last week, when Wil swears more than a sailor at a cuss convention, Mikey has to work overtime on the comedy cartoon bleep button. Does Family Ties hold up like it did in the Reagan era?