This time around, the boys actually get to talk about Stripped for half the episode before discussing celebrity, reality TV and flirting on Twitter.
The boys try to talk about two comic strip documentaries, but instead spend the bulk of an episode talking about neoteny, pop culture references, animated pictures and one of Joey’s biggest fears.
0:00 – Scooters
2:05 – You know Joey Bags too?
3:22 – Two documentaries, only one we really care to remember
11:24 – Your own personal Hobbes (Reach out and touch faith)
13:37 – And then Joey decides he doesn’t want to stick to a topic ever again
14:37 – Ryan’s getting too old for this shit
17:09 – Modern society is a prolonged assault on the senses
20:02 – Barely an adult, but with one foot in the grave
24:09 – The Mason-Simpson Line
26:18 – The Internet was not created to be megaphone for our emotions
28:27 – An inevitable horrible accident, or that unlucky bonk on the head
32:49 – This weasel makes me wiggle
33:55 – Can you rebuild who you once were with nothing but social media?
37:54 – These are some of Joey’s favorite things
Special guest Kelly Tindall joins the boys to talk about his Kickstarter project, Strangebeard.
0:56 – What is Strangebeard?
1:46 – Explaining the magic and mystery that is Kelly Tindall
4:27 – There’s more to life than being a princess
6:01 – Much love for Aardman, that one guy in the background with the bongos
7:06 – When everyone discovered we needed an all-ages werewolf sex scene
9:42 – How not to run a Kickstarter campaign
14:37 – Have you heard about Sexcastle?
15:50 – Start on a Monday, end on Comic Book Day
17:09 – A reasonable guy with very few enemies walks into a room looking for love
19:36 – Bringing up the book that shall not be named
20:36 – Lessons from the world of children’s entertainment
23:01 – “99% is zero.”
25:31 – Good work first, Twitter fights never
29:20 – Talking shit will always be easier than doing shit
33:26 – From Azeroth to accomplishment
34:48 – To crush your self-esteem and to hear the lamentations of the women
36:15 – If you work in comics, learn how to live with Twitter
38:46 – What happens when it actually happens
41:12 – If you want diversity in comics, look to the web
43:37 – Media studies 101, or why we’ll never run out of white guys with chiseled jaws
46:03 – Kelly calls for fewer rapping grandmas
47:33 – And Joey seizes his chance to talk about Dan Harmon
48:14 – The rules in question, if you can ignore Joey’s need to point out that he’s been a Dan Harmon fan since way before you
49:16 – How not to be an insane person
51:30 – First you get the family. Then you get the X-Men. Then you get the power.
53:32 – “Being busy isn’t the same thing as being productive”
55:36 – Final announcements about the Strangebeard Kickstarter