Its the 45th sequel to the original Scattered Podcast, and we don’t improve on brand recognition. Erik ‘Hawt Breff’ Taylor gets upset at stuff. Raymond will finish a thought if Erik lets him. Nate retells the perfect description of Prometheus, giving it the time travel plot it needs.
We get political, again-ish? We talk technology and poverty, which go hand in hand when those who need ax to grind against those in poverty who are trying to be in a modern world.
We also get into March Madness/The Bachelor by conceptualizing a contest of voting each of us off the podcast one at a time till we are all gone. Maybe we will come back after getting voted off?
Nate describes his trauma surrounding Meet the Parents. Erik sounds douchey, again! Randy ducks out early because of his loser tendencies. Ray doesn’t think about death every goddamnit minute of the day, just every OTHER minute of the day, so like half day of death thinking.
Warning: We do talk some air travel related disasters, terrible things and if that is what you don’t want to hear, you can hear the first half of the episode without any of that stuff.
We travel to a new frontier, and only manage to mention Uranus once. We also imagine an alien race taking their sweet time encountering us for the next four years because of the current anti-alien policies of you-know-who.
Get in to your car and drive into your headphones! We talk about: passing out and waking up in awkward situations, starting an anti-green car taxi company, crushing shit with a monster truck and the effectiveness of the Technodrome.
We are joined by Erick Frewaldt and a mysterious stranger named Reuben, both in Minneapolis.
Get your pads on and game face ready! We eat some of the best of the worst snacks, and some of the worst of the worst snacks (We’re looking at you Combos!)
Feel the leakage and eat the whiz!
It has been almost a full year since we started this podcast, and we are all still alive! Listen to this wonderful half hour collection of our best stuff. Best stuff is pretty relative, honestly.
If you like what we do, please share with your friends and maybe family, if you so choose. We wouldn’t want to make you put people through an entire episode unless they know what they are getting into.
Thanks again, and be ready for another year of us doing stuff.