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  1. Hey guys, I'd like to share a podcast that my friend Russ and I have been making for the last few months: Hogcast: Speedy Delivery. It's a comedy podcast where we talk about all things related to Sonic the Hedgehog and pizza, our two favorite things in the world. Show segments: Quillheads Talk Shop, Personally - Russ and I talk about what's been going on in our lives each week and how it ties into the worlds of Sonic and pizza. When we have guests on the show, we like to ask them about their history with the Sonic franchise. We also usually ask them what they think about the game Seaman. Dominos Goes - We talk about our 'za loadouts (pizza choices) for the week and review them. We also chat about any pizza-related stories in the news that week. Sonic News, Views, Reviews, and 'Tudes - We discuss the biggest Sonic news of the week, review an episode of Sonic Boom, and showcase the "Tude" of a character from the Sonic franchise, usually one from the Archie or Fleetway comics. Fan Questions - We answer life's great mysteries: What kind of pizza would Sonic eat? Who would you cast in a live-action Sonic movie? How is the Outkast album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below similar to Sonic & Knuckles? What's Hunnid P up to? etc. If you want to hear two friends goof around and have fun while talking about Sonic and/or pizza, then give us a listen on iTunes, our website, or RSS feed. We're a relatively new show, so we'd really appreciate any reviews or feedback you have to offer.
  2. Like Donkey Kong? Like Rare? Are you fucking pumped for Playtonic's upcoming game? Even if you answered no to one or all of those questions, I hope you'll stick with me. The Kongversation is a kongconversational podcast about the greater Donkey Kong Universe run by DK Vine's own Emmy-winning founders, Hyle "Slush" Russell and Chad "Charles Chadwick" McCanna. If you're like the majority of the human population, you probably have to clue what the hell the DKU is. It's actually quite simply, the DKU covers Rare's Donkey Kong and its various spin-offs, like Banjo and Conker. See, even if you're not a big fan of Rare, the Kongversation is, to put it elegantly, fucking hilarious. Truthfully, there's a large portion of nearly every episode where Hyle and Chad(and sometimes Joe, Matt, Alastair, Jeff, and very rarely Cameron) aren't even on topic. To many, these tangents are the the heart of the show. The Beatles, The X-Files, various incarnations of The Tonight Show, various sitcoms, and American politicians of yesteryear are the typical tangential topics. If you are a fan of Rare, then boy, are you in for a treat. The Kongversation is the best active Donkey Kong-themed conversational podcast you'll find, although I consider the best overall (vaguely)DK-themed cast to be The Vine Audio Programme, which is also done by the folks at DK Vine and has been inactive for the better part of three years. Why am I posting this now? Well, mysterious section of my inner-psyche that keeps asking questions that conveniently set up the active portion of my brain for the next thing I want to talk about, tomorrow is a big day for the podcast. Remember when I mentioned Playtonic? I'm glad you do, because legendary Rare veteran and current Playtonic wizard Chris Sutherland is going to be the guest of honor on tomorrow's show. There's a damn good bet that some juicy information about Project Ukulele will be given during the podcast, not to mention other fun facts of Rareware past! If that juicy information isn't something you fancy, you'll be happy to find discussion of Tropical Freeze's Juicy Jungle in various other episodes. Joking aside, the show is bound to be fucking sweet. Interested? Here's the link to the show's page on DK Vine. http://www.dkvine.com/kongversation/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-kongversation/id596913467 And YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxAEHq1DimcR2w4Ce55FG4E4DgjW-XQlg WARNING: PROFANITY GALORE
  3. Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt is a Japanese anime series produced by Gainax, who also produced series' such as Gurren Lagann and FLCL, and is directed by Hiroyuki Imaishi. An English dub of the series was also produced and released by Funimation. The show revolves around the exploits of the Anarchy sisters, Panty and Stocking, angels who were kicked out of Heaven due to their bad behavior. They are sent to Daten City, a place located on the border between Heaven and Hell, which is attacked by evil spirits referred to as "Ghosts". Under the watchful eye of the reverend Garterbelt, the two are tasked with collecting enough Heaven Coins to buy their way back into Heaven by destroying Ghosts using their powers, including the ability to transform their lingere into weapons. However, Panty and Stocking are constantly sidetracked by their respective interests in men and sugar. Well, there goes the summing up of the series, so it's time for my personal opinions on the show, which I literally just finished about an hour before writing this (I'm a dub guy, just in case you were wondering). It's complete insanity, and so hilariously funny. The humor is largely immature, usually resorting to toilet humor, but that doesn't harm it. It's an escape. I feel like I don't need to think whenever I watch it, I just take it in and laugh my ass off in the process. The characters on offer are enough to keep me invested, and the constant parody and references to other pieces of media, such as Phoenix Wright, and Ghostbusters, is always good. The animation style really mixes up many different things, from the traditional anime styling you'd expect that appears in the transformation scenes, to the things more typical in western animation, which appear much more often. The South Park parody in 'If Angels Wore Swimsuits' is so hilarious, I laughed so hard at that. Now, the fanservice...personally, I don't mind it, mostly because I expected it. It's played largely for laughs, I mean, these girls are 'angels', and the only way to activate their powers is to do a striptease and pole dance. It's ridiculous, and something that, clearly, if you take to serious, you won't enjoy. ​I'd definitely recommend this series to anyone and everyone, just be clear though, it definitely isn't for everyone. that fact has been made clear to me. Hopefully a second season will materialize some day, it'd be a crying shame if it didn't.
  4. Animaniacs is a zany to the max variety show from the 90s. Starring Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, this cartoon knew the meaning of comedy as its humor appealed to both children and adults alike! The number of adult jokes that slipped past the sensors is incredible! Anyone have any favorite episodes, segments, characters, or good night everybody jokes? Share your thoughts, feelings, and memories here! I can't wait to here them!
  5. I haven't seen a thread for these shows. I figure that they deserve the same thread since they're all pretty much the same show, more or less. For those who don't know, well, I'll let the TV tropes description explain.... _________________________________ "It's a successful Improv slash Sketch Comedy slash Panel Show that originated on British radio before moving to Channel 4 for a ten-year run. Clive Anderson hosted the show, in which four improvisational comics took suggestions from the audience to act out hilarious unscripted scenes. The performers could change radically with each episodes and because of the nature of the show, they could cobble together upwards of four episodes worth of material from one filming session. An American version was created for ABC with Drew Carey as host that ran five seasons (though they filmed so much material that three more seasons were created after filming stopped). Because of the wider broadcasting of American television this show is better known than the British original. Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie were regular performers on the British version (who between them gave us much Ho Yay) and on this version they appeared in every episode. Ryan and Drew (who worked together on The Drew Carey Show) also provided the show with an ample supply of Foe Yay. From the second season onwards, Wayne Brady was added to the regular line-up, which essentially launched hiscareer. The fourth player varied, the most common performers being Brad Sherwood, Greg Proops, Kathy Greenwood or Chip Esten. The shift from mostly rotating players to mostly regulars with an occasional guest - which began in the later British series and became the standard for the American version - made the show's format less 'experimental' and more formulaic, yet at the same time led to the players being more familiar with each others' foibles and led to richer humour. One example of how this changed the show is that in early series the quirks in Party Quirks, the personas in Let's Make a Date and so on were very simple and one-dimensional (e.g. "a sperm"), while in later British series and especially the American version they became comically complex and specific (e.g. "horse whisperer calming and mounting the others who he thinks are wild stallions"), as the players knew each other well enough to discern more details in their performances. Very much subject to a Broken Base, although the most you'll see these days are a few remarks about how they like or dislike which version or which host. Despite this, many people on both sides find the two shows hilarious. A new improv show featuring the cast and crew of Whose Line Is It Anyway (minus Wayne Brady, but with Brady's Let's Make A Deal sidekick Jonathan Mangum),Drew Carey's Improv-a-Ganza, premiered in Spring 2011 on Game Show Network." _______________________________________________________ This thread is to pretty much discuss and post videos about these three great shows. Also, Drew Carey's Improv-a-Ganza is in danger of cancellation due to low ratings. You can help to save it by signing the petition at http://www.change.or...-improv-a-ganza . You can find full episodes of Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza at http://tv.gsn.com/shows/improv/video .
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