Church and Mercy take a trip back in time to the mall, circa 1986, then jump straight in to discussing their favourite villains. They also review the horror movie Lights Out, and wax poetic about James Bond movie opening scenes and theme songs. Big shout out to @DougMellard, who wrote a beautiful tweet about his dog vomiting!
Can Mercy accurately be described as a "Discount knock off Zoey Deschanel"? Also, is that considered a compliment - or not? We talk about board game rules and how inadequately most people teach others how to play them. Adding to the madness is a house in shambles due to an upcoming garage sale, and Good Cat decides to horn in on the podcast process.
Episode 15 starts off promising with the exciting futuristic sound of LASER BEAMS and a discussion about what people in the past thought the future [today] might look like. Very quickly the conversation degenerates in to random madness as we start talking about The Jetsons, old cartoons, and bad movies. Church has a list of things he'd like to read to you, with many intriguing topics such as "Listening to the radio" and "What's that smell?". Also, what's your D&D alignment?
Church and Mercy start this episode off right by discussing the psychologically traumatic body horror elements of the 1987 G.I.Joe animated movie. Things quickly degenerate in to the standard ramble when Mercy gets sidetracked by her sexual fetish for Cobra Commander. Also, do you enjoy breakfast, and how do you feel about canoeing?
Recorded immediately after Episode 10, Church and Mercy drink more awful wine and become delightfully incoherent. Mercy shouts several expletives directed towards the wine bottle. Church discovers a mode on the Casio keyboard that makes helicopter noises. Mercy rambles on about basements of her childhood, plus, Church does a surprisingly accurate Pee-Wee Herman impression while talking about Billy Baloney. Words honestly can't describe how amazing this episode is, we are VERY drunk, VERY clumsy, and there's a constant cat fight going on in the background.