On this week’s episode, Paul will walk us through the viral YouTube video by Ben Giroux “Back to the 90s”. Brian clearly misses his Pizza Bagel Bites and Easy-Bake Oven. Adam educates Paul on the difference between EPs vs. LPs. And finally, friendships nearly end over the debate between fork or spoon whilst eating Mac & Cheese.
On this week’s episode, we finally get to hear about Adam and His Animorphs. That’s right, we’re talking about everyone’s second favorite book series, The Animorphs, while Paul discusses treating superficial wounds only when convenient, Brian describes the difference between ghostwriters and actual ghosts who are writers, and Adam accidently triggers a tangent on Marc Singer and the film The Beastmaster.
On our joyful return we are joined by special guest Shoop, while Brian leads us in a discussion on the Big Red Machine himself: WWE/F Superstar Kane! Adam will recount being eye level with the King Jerry Lawler and Paul will wish he could afford a better dentist than Isaac Yankem.
On this week’s episode, Paul will lead us in a discussion on the original but late, great web browser: Netscape Navigator. Adam reveals his undying love of Darwin Awards, while Brian recalls his early web searches and favorite childhood time waster websites.
Welcome to a special countdown episode, where the points are made up and the outcome doesn’t matter. Today’s show we’ll be counting down our top five favorite obscure kids shows that sort of faded into the analog snow among the syndicated power franchises.
On this episode, it’s science! Brian will lead us in a discussion on the PBS kids show Bill Nye the Science Guy! Adam will teach us about the art of parodying music for educational purposes. And as usual, Paul will remind everyone that Mr. Wizard is a jerk.
Welcome to the third go-around of what we are calling Brian’s Unexpected Covers. Essentially, popular songs from 1980 – 2005, performed in a style very different than originally intended. This video is also an homage to one of childhood retail heroes. Toys R Us was one of the most iconic children’s stores in the US, and all over the world. In 2018, after years of battling financial troubles, the company began shutting down all of its store. In its glory days, the Toys R Us jingle was an unforgettable and interconnected part of the brand’s dominance over the toy industry and the whimsy in children’s hearts. This version takes influence from the symphony-style guitar arrangements of musician and astrophysicist Brian May. May, most notably the lead guitarist of English rock band Queen, experimented with gigantic guitar tones and interesting harmonies, found in songs like Killer Queen, I Want to Break Free, and God Save the Queen. In this version, I started out with the familiar, major-key version of the Toys R Us jingle, but stick around for the second half, when I share a “minor” surprise. If you have any songs from the 80s, 90s, or early 2000s you’d like to hear covered, please feel free to request a song and, if you’d like, the style of music, and we’ll do our best to try it out!
This week on Dating Ourselves , Adam & Brian have the night off as Paul Interviews ZOS Films founding member Bill Gelineau about what brought him to film , works ZOS has completed, and the upcoming Michigan Movie Mondays! Check it out, it’s gonna be ZOSome!
The end of an era is upon us; on this week’s episode, Adam will get nostalgic about leaving Texas while reminiscing about the legendary arena rock band: The Foo Fighters. Brian will tell us his best and worst concert experiences, and Paul is quick to notice Dave Grohl kinda looks the drummer from Nirvana.