July 8th, 2011
Episode 8 of 76 episodes
Stew explains that when enquiring about opportunities for advancement at your place of employment, it isn’t a particularly good sign when the boss laughs uproariously, or says: (1) That’s interesting; or (2) There will not be anything here for you for many years. Larry suggests a sign you’ve exhausted your welcome in a social situation occurs when you’re chatting to a couple of people and they start talking to each other in the middle of one of your sentences. A rare AOTS talkback segment on Bands You Just Don’t Get is interrupted before it starts by Stew’s chair collapsing. And Leapster explores why Joan of Arc was dissatisfied with her re-trial verdict 25 years later, and expands on the little-known animated movie in which Jesus Christ Superstar met the Groovie Goolies. A sprightly audiophonic calamity. CLASSIFICATION WARNING – When the presenters occasionally let up on their rigorous regimen of swearing and groin references, it turns out the listeners chime right in during the talkback segment. Also includes dubious references to zim cards (sic), crackling, and overfloaters.
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