Wrapping up the season of comedy with a focus on how jokes on the Internet can trigger repercussions.
You have head of “Ripped from the Headlines”? Well consider this ‘Ripped from The Rat’s Twitterstream”!
Despite a small chance of some bonus content, this is the last episode of Season 7. Considering the state of the Union and our penchant for long breaks – figure Season 8 for a 2023 launch – and we shall see you way sooner than that sentence sounds, trust me. Peace!
This week we talk (like the neckbeard the Rat is) about the sad state of video games, and how no one takes risks anymore – they just pop out this years version of the decade old games. If you are a gamer of any type, we will more than likely piss ya off. But we may make you laugh as well – so go ahead, you know you want to.
And yes, my addled old brain called my grandkids carpet munchers – rugrats escaped me at the time…
This week we delve back into GOT-land with a review of House of the Dragon, and as expected, The Rat has a few bones to pick. If you are a fan of the show, or just not a fan of paladin-esque virtue signaling – this may not be for you.
But hey, listen anyway – it’s not like you have much else to do, am I right?
Is this true? Can’t be true, can it? We look at the rise (and fall) of the genre and proffer some reasons on why we think it happened. A small derail for some wrestling talk, but for the most part we made it into the normal length for once!
I love it, once again we get to dive into what is right and wrong with music today. We talk about genres and how we consume music, the resurrection of vinyl in an era when no one listens to albums anymore, and generally geek out.
For the Rat fans, the shame comes around the point he admits he loves him some Air Supply.