#110 – Dang Tangfastic

Nick and James return after a short and unplanned break with renewed internet and rekindled anger at the world.

No real shownotes this week, because we only talk about really obvious popular culture, and Nick has to take the boys to the childminder at some ridiculous time in the morning.

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#109 – 3 Grown Men

James worries about easy erections, Nick wants to have a Freudian conversation off mic, and Jon visits!

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Show Notes:
“The Birdie Song” by The Tweets:

Rod Hull – Wikipedia
Johnny Morris – Wikipedia
The Soft Machine – Wikipedia / Amazon / YouTube
Tin Machine – Wikipedia / Amazon / YouTube
The Talking Heads – link
Jah Wobble – Wikipedia / Amazon

“Visions Of You”, Jah Wobble (with Sinead O’Connor):

Reply All #58: “Earth Pony” – link

Billy Bragg’s Tweet – link
That John Ehrlichman quote in full:

“We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana & blacks with heroin, & then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities…
Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.”

Johan Cruyff – Wikipedia
Phife Dawg – Wikipedia

“Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything” by Steven J Dubner & Steven D Levitt – Amazon

Iain Duncan Smith – Wikipedia

“Just Say No”, Grange Hill:

#108 – Everyday Different

Nick talks directly to you, the listener, and the show has an existential crisis.

Also featured in this episode: “Everyday Different” by Nicolas Papaconstantinou – link

Mentioned in this show:

Inside Out – “Your desperation is making me sad”:

Anomalisa:

Naked (a totally unrepresentative trailer):

David Thewlis – IMDB
Jennifer Jason Leigh – IMDB
The Wachowskis – Wikipedia

#107 – Not Being Racist

Nick and James are crammed into a very cosy space, and Nick is slowly succumbing to a very coldy nose. Also, James makes some room in his life for his PS4, and Nick does some advertising.

Not a lot of shownotes this week – it wasn’t a particularly shownotey week! Just these two nuggets:

Here’s a bit about Rich Hall – Wikipedia

And here’s him as the excellent Otis Lee Crenshaw, doing Jailhouse Rock:

#106 – Medication Validation

James and Nick do a podcast about stuff. It’s kind of even more free-ranging than normal, and ends up with a conversation about cock.

Show notes:

“Do Re Me So Far So Good” by Carter USM:

Carter USM – Wikipedia / Amazon

Tim and Max Learnt Everything They Know About Life From Popular Culture – link
Dissecting Worlds Series 6, Episode 3: Romans! – link

Scandal – Wikipedia / IMDB
That 70s Show – Wikipedia / IMDB

Arnold Schwarzenegger and a lady:

Barely Contained Arnie

#105 – Two White Men Talk About Race

Nick and James talk about the Oscars and diversity and how they want to argue with people.
Also: Are the Prodigy monsters?

Show Notes:
Faith No More – Wikipedia
Queen’s Greatest Hits:

Queen's Greatest Hits

“Here Come The ABCs” by They Might Be Giants – Amazon

“Smack My Bitch Up” by Prodigy – YouTube / Amazon
“Kiss With A Fist” by Florence & The Machine – YouTube / Amazon
Oscars 2016: Charlotte Rampling says diversity row is ‘racist to white people’” – link
Sir Michael Caine interview – link

Start-Up #10: “Diversity Report” – link
Reply All #52: “Raising The Bar” – link

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country – YouTube / Amazon

#104 – Sit Down and Do Big Talk

James and Nick talk about comedy and giving their children nosebleeds and inequality.

Show notes:
“Andy Weir: The Martian” – link

Rick from “Rick and Morty”:

Dan Harmon from Harmontown:

Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby disgrace themselves:

Denis Leary – Wikipedia
Steven Wright – Wikipedia
Sam Kinison – Wikipedia

Sam Kinison’s First Appearance on Letterman:

Steven Wright on Just For Laughs:

We Have Issues #61 (James’ solo bit) – link

Mr Robot is deep:

(but Rami Malek, tho!)