War is messy. A lot of dookie. Somebody’s gotta clean it up. Enter Mario and his magic backpack in the classic game Super Mario Sunshine. A game about cleaning up dead turtles and monster turds.
Baby alpacas are called “Doug” We should maybe stop doing animals on this show? Peru gets another mention. Glen could probably carry one alpaca.
Smurf smurf smurfing smurf smurf. Smurf? Smuuuuurf. Smurf smurf. Smurf. Smurf SMURF. Smurf smurf smurf smurf smurf.
This dude got killed a bunch of times and didn’t die, but does he fuck though? He’s in most comic books. His dude is Bartok the bat. Guy loves poison. Glen has a T-shirt that says “No.” in big letters and too many people talk to him about it. Jon is Spider-man. Glen talks about Buckaroo Banzai and Pee-wee’s Playhouse, again. Get it wet, Raspy!
Neither of your hosts actually like Superman as a character, but Glen is super interested in his history. No ghosts this week! (Or ever because ghosts aren’t real) What are Superman’s powers and when did he get them? What legal struggles surrounded this superb boy? Who even are his friends? Learn a lot about Superman as Glen and Jon spiral into an existential crisis about what this podcast even is anymore!
We’re talking about the Pallas Cat this week. Glen had no idea what that was. Jon thought he did. We just talked about cats a lot, and a decent amount about Cats, and honestly not enough about ALF. Our studio is frankly overrun with ghosts even though ghosts aren’t real. We want to hear Gordon Shumway’s rendition of “Memories”.
We’re back in studio to fire off some new episodes. The word Muppet comes from one thing doing sex with another thing. What things? Listen and find out. Glen is a comedian because of the Muppets. Muppets are great and you’re a fool if you don’t love them.
This should be the last classic episode for a while. Another surprisingly popular one considering we had zero idea what we were even talking about. You’re probably not going to learn a lot in this one.
Glen’s still on tour, so here’s another classic episode. This time, it’s our most popular episode ever; Marshmallow. Why is this our most popular episode? We don’t know. Marshmallows are fine, we guess? But like, why is this in the #1 spot? It’s a fun episode, for sure, but like… better than Mole People? Or Air Conditioning? Y’all love marshmallows, and we respect your life choices.
We’re still recovering from MusikFest and Glen’s getting ready for another tour, so please enjoy this classic episode of Improvised Wikipedia. It is in fact the MOST classic episode, because it’s the first one we recorded. LEARN ABOUT CARDINALS, Y’ALL.