Ani-May continues with an anime that you absolutely can NOT let your mom know you watched. The gang is introduced to Lucha Underground with a barnstormer of a casket match, while Albetski continues to insist that the deeper meta-narrative of Everything Will Be Alright in the Endelevates it above Pinkerton as the definitive Weezer album.
If you don’t like this episode, I WILL not hesitate to kill you.
This week on the (late) show, our tired hosts debate the finer points of Jean Claude van Damme’s martial prowess, after going to see Monday Night Kumite LIVE. Ryan does an unboxing of the Wrestlemania 32 special edition Undertaker figure, with hi-LAR-ious results.
This week on the show, the boys sate your deep need for satisfaction. Brendan once AGAIN derails the conversation to lavish more slick, slippery praise onto Jean Claude van Damme’s amazing body, while Ryan tries to talk Steven Segal off a ledge.
And Kyle? Kyle’s going to get one of them $300 haircuts, as this one has lost its pizazz.
This week on the show, it’s snowing on Mt. Sunnyorlandoflorida. The boys travel back in time to try to stop the finish to Wrestlemania 32, and fail horribly, while Brendan is unwillingly seduced by Ryan’s Spanish accent.
Kyle does an on-air unboxing of the latest Hess Truck Rampage Roadster.
This week on the show, an earnest plea is made to fall on some deaf-ass ears. The boys wrundown the first Lucha Underground “event” of the new season, finish up Evangelion, and engage in some good old-fashioned Tumblear-baiting.
Fandango is declared the “Mike’s Hard Lemonade” of wrestlers.
This week on the show, a pair of enterprising ladies workshop a new installment plan for their living room furnishings. Brendan eats humble pie, as he is forced to acknowledge Noelle Stevenson as a superior MC (master comicer), while Ryan dips his toe into the world of Japanese comics, or “manga.”