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The inhuman thing about American TV is not so much that they hack everything up with commercials, though that’s bad enough, but in the end all programmes become commercials. Commercials for the status quo. Every image radiates the same disgusting and nauseated message. A kind of boastful contempt. Not one image leaves you in peace, they all want something from you. 

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The inhuman thing about American TV is not so much that they hack everything up with commercials, though that’s bad enough, but in the end all programmes become commercials. Commercials for the status quo. Every image radiates the same disgusting and nauseated message. A kind of boastful contempt. Not one image leaves you in peace, they all want something from you. 

Episode 153 - The Karate Kid, Part III

In this week’s episode, the gang enters the Under 18 All-Valley tournament with Ralph Macchio and Thomas Ian Griffith in the ridiculous sequel, The Karate Kid, Part III! Why did the filmmakers insist on making all the stories play back-to-back? How is John Kreese not in prison for joking out kids in parking lots? And what is with that platonic relationship crap, LaRusso? PLUS: Terry Silver takes over the crown as Greatest WHM Villain! 

The Karate Kid, Part III, stars Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Robyn Lively, Martin Kove, Sean Kanan and Thomas Ian Griffith; directed by John Avildsen. 
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Case File #0004 - The Holy Bible

Eric and Ben welcome Vincent Brusco (The Vinny Brusco Show) back to the couch to discuss something some would call a religious text. It’s The Holy Bible. What does Ezekiel Chapter One mean? Tower of Babel, that sucker nuclear?  Barack Obama: President or Satan? And was Noah a Martian who had a spaceship full of Martian animals which now live on Earth to this day? All of this and much more explored! Plus: What happens if you cross an 11 year old murderous ghost trapped on the Internet?

Music: Chris “Invisible Boy” Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme 
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Episode 152 - Joysticks

In this week’s episode, the gang gets nostalgic for ’80s arcade culture with the ?classic? raunch comedy, Joysticks! How does this nerd fall for that sorority prank at the beginning? Why isn’t Joe Don Baker tossing furniture in this movie? And isn’t it beautiful to see the entire high school caste system melt away once these characters enter the glorious video arcade? Plus: Joe Don Baker gets mistakenly cast in Boogie Nights

Joysticks stars the great Joe Don Baker, Leif Green, Jim Greenleaf, Scott McGinnis, Corinne Bohrer & Jon Gries; directed by Greydon Clark. 
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Episode 151 - North

In this week’s episode, the gang goes on the road with Elijah Wood and Bruce Willis in the absolutely horrendous family tragedy, North! Who thought any of the so-called jokes in this movie would actually land? How is it that no one saw just how cruel this film is? And how on Earth did they get away with so much racism? Plus: Some of the most stomach churning child acting you’ve ever seen! 

North stars Elijah Wood, Bruce Willis, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jon Lovitz, Alan Arkin, Dan Aykroyd, Reba McEntire, Graham Greene, Kathy Bates, Abe Vigoda, Richard Belzer, John Ritter, Faith Ford, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Costanzo; directed by Rob Reiner. 
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Fan art by Curtis H. 

Wilford Brimley is on the new blamespacepod! 
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Fan art by Curtis H. 

Wilford Brimley is on the new blamespacepod

http://BlameItOnOuterSpace.com

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Case File #97823 - FEMA Camps

On this episode Eric and Ben welcome the acclaimed actor Wilford Brimley (Andrew Jupin) who shocks the co-hosts with not only revelations about the Government but also The Karate Kid’s Pat Morita. Hear about the secret concentration camps run by the nefarious FEMA. Hear about the secret Brimley compound in Wyoming frequented by Amazon’s drones. And martial law or marijuana legalization, which side does the diabetic choose?

Music: Matt McNeely - Blame It On Outer Space 

You like WILFORD BRIMLEY on WHM? Then you gotta hear this.

Episode 150 - My Science Project

In this week’s episode, the gang tries (and fails) to travel through time with Fisher Stevens and Dennis Hopper in the forgotten sci-fi dud, My Science Project! Why did the script call for all those slurs? How does this time travel movie not feature any time travel? And how do you boil Dennis Hopper down into such a nothing character? Plus: A kid from 1985 travels to a McDonald’s…in 1998. 

My Science Project stars John Stockwell, Danielle von Zerneck, Fisher Stevens and Dennis Hopper; directed by Jonathan R. Betuel.