Corbin brings the case against his brother Chas. Chas is trying to persuade their parents to build a pool on the family farmstead. Corbin opposes the notion stating it is too dangerous for their 18 grandchildren during family functions. Who will have the last splash?
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The Oscars are a night for class, sophistication, and for Matthew McConaughey to quote himself from '"Dazed and Confused." Bryan and Erin wanted to care about the awards (sort of) but were too busy with inheriting houses, hot yoga, polls on how Americans are feelin' about the gays these days and Barbie's new job as both an entrepreneur and a swimsuit model.
You've been living with that face your whole life. It's ... I mean, it's fine, but isn't it time to spice it up a little bit? This week on Sawbones, Dr. Sydnee and Justin are replacing your nose with a leaf and your ear with some pig skin in their history of plastic surgery.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
Kyle Kinane returns to talk driver's ed, balloon animals, and plumbing mishaps.
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Writer and podcaster Caleb Bacon joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the characters in Jesse's neighborhood, Jesse's visit to Russell Simmons' house and Jodan's viewing of Cabin Boy.
This week features a very special guest: Sick Travis. He's filling in for regular Travis, who's out sick. You might know Sick Travis from his work on the hit podcast My Sick Brother, My Brother and Me, and also from Home Improvement, where he played a series-long recurring character.
Suggested talking points: Snow Dogs CGI, Three Ninjas vs. Tony Jaa, Pasta Pre-Production, Red Light Run, Fireworks Bathroom, Adult Wampum, Rat Birthday
New episode! Ross and Carrie go undercover in Tony Alamo Christian Ministries, a cult led by an imprisoned child sex abuser and one-time denim jacket manufacturer. Join them as they board a creepy unmarked van and head into rural southern California to learn about why environmentalism is Satanic, girls can get married when they are as young as six, and you can never get saved too many times!
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Lucy mentions The Life of Rock with Brian Pern. You should be able to at least view clips here.
In this episode, Alex Brown Church of Sea Wolf breaks down "Kasper," a song from the album Old World Romance. He talks about his songwriting process, collaborating with his bandmates, and the evolution that comes with learning the difference between making something that's good, and making something that's perfect.
Buy the song on iTunes here.
Sea Wolf's website, with links to tour dates and more music, is seawolfmusic.com.
Glen Tickle at Geekosystem performs a public service and answers Judge John Hodgman's question from this week's episode, Honk If You Love Justice:
WHY WERE GENERAL LEE'S DOORS WELDED SHUT?
As he says, "the short answer is racing regulations", and the long answer is explained here.