Episode 131 can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
In which John and Seth have issues that require tissues. Seagal deals with the Yakuza and a guy who had his house foreclosed on. He also giggles like the Pillsbury Dough Boy and isn’t sure what an orifice is.
That is Steven Seagal in a big freaking beard. Bask in it. It’s okay. It’s amazing.
Episode 130 always blows in another man’s candle.
In which John and Seth grow big ass beards for the fun of it. Seagal deals with the very serious topic of PTSD with the subtlety of a hot dog colored man with sausages for fingers. This episode ends with the single best piece of audio that has ever been recorded; from God’s pen to your ears.
Episode 130 can’t talk about another man’s faith.
In which John and Seth get a bunch of sharpie tattoos that won’t come off. Seagal battles the Aryan nation in an abandoned high school while one of his team smokes some meth. He’s also concerned about a bomb waking up a neighborhood, so you know his priorities are set correctly.
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Episode 128 kills lots of people in prison.
In which John and Seth cuts the throat of the inmate that is True Justice. Seagal murders someone in cold blood, is a bodyguard for an Asian liberal filmmaker, and makes Batman style deductions from text messages. Oh and he also defuses a bomb without being able to see it.
Episode 127 will either kill you or make you an addict.
In which John and Seth stick their fingers in the mouth of this Seagal opus. Bad ecstasy is killing people and it’s up to Seagal and his team to find out who and why in a city with 10,000 rave clubs. Also, one of his team members has emphysema…yeah don’t ask us either.
Episode 126 sources things from “The Internet.”
In which John and Seth venture into the world of possible copycat serial killers or just regular serial killers…it’s tough to say. Bikers are immolated and dead mother’s last books are touched. Seagal is still wearing hunting glasses at night.
Episode 125 wears it’s sunglasses at night.
In which John and Seth venture into the world of Chinese black magic…or Seagal’s interpretation of it, which is laughable. A guest star rocks their world and they discover someone with a reverse Hitler mustache. Why is Seagal wearing hunting glasses at night?
Episode 124 can see through walls.
In which John and Seth continue on with episode two of True Justice and the thrilling conclusion of the first two parter. Thrilling is a subjective word. Also, what’s a split tail?
As John as mentioned on previous episodes, here is the first episode of the awesome scripted comedy radio show, Meanwhile, At the Skull Base. Enjoy everyday operation of a villain’s evil lair.
Episode 123 is a nice shade of hot dog red.
In which John and Seth embark on an epic journey to experience all of Steven Seagal’s police procedural, True Justice. What is the bucket of sand for?!
I’d put my money on The Confused.
Episode 122 wants to borrow your bike real quick.
In which the guys, minus Freeland and plus Bob Rose, discuss Urban Adventure Quests, costume contests, racist costumes, karaoke, Curse of Chucky, Blackfish, Book of Mormon, Lawless, Don Jon, Room 237, True Justice, finding bikes sexy, poor porn on a church lawn, and why you don’t try to invent new fuels.
Episode 121 makes eye contact in the mirror.
In which the guys bring a collection of unheard bits from past shows to tickle your ears. There is talk of retractions, placenta eating, making eye contact with man’s best friend, prison inmate pen pals, locking your keys in your car, kids knowing you’re a fat ass, John’s house, The Road and the future of robot sex maids, John’s moon bounce castle, and Freeland’s sex position apps.