Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Episode 31 TEASER!

Luke and Jessica got a bunch of presents! Would you like to hear them open the package in real time?!? Of course you would!

Also, find out which SEQUEL to a BWB classic they'll be reading next week for your sick, twisted pleasure.

Download here (Click to stream, right-click to save).

Hosts: Jessica McLeod and Luke Milton


  1. One of the very few BWB movies I couldn't bring myself to watch.

  2. Thank you for giving me 15 minutes of laughter before I had to go to work yesterday morning. Your podcast is great and I was pretty excited that you did one on Buffy. When I was younger, I considered it to be my favorite movie. Granted, I was 8 when it came out. Looking back, I remember liking the Pee Wee Herman vampire and David Arquette's character the most. And, I still occasionally tell people to get out of my facial. I haven't watched the movie in years because it involves hooking up a VCR, or spending money, but I may re-watch it soon. I am intrigued by the book now, though.

    As the person who stood in line with Justin at the post office and then decided to wait outside while he tried to fit the Piggly Wiggly stuff into a cheaper package, I am glad to hear you received and enjoyed his gifts. Aside from talking Justin out of keeping the hot dog shirt (because he looks wrong in t-shirts), I can't take any credit for the package. (You're welcome, Luke, by the way. You were only going to get chapstick!) I feel bad for Jessica, though, because that shirt is terrible, but is a fine representation of what I think of when I hear "Piggly Wiggly"

    I'm assuming that not many people will agree with me, but I think your podcast listeners should be called "The Shits" or "The Little Shits" or something along those lines. Lady Gaga has her little monsters and I think you guys should have your Little Shits. For instance, when you decide to hate on Americans, you can have a Little Shit Fit. It's just a suggestion. Thanks for all the time and effort you put into the podcast.


    1. Hey Dana! Thanks so much for both your kind words and your efforts! I feel far more comfortable wearing my awesome T-shirt than I would a chapstick. Thanks for keeping Justin in line!

      You guys are all just too great to us. We're going to have to ensure we're always on top of our game. Thanks again!