Random cartoons from the 80s and 90s are reviewed by lovable idiots who leap to wild conclusions about sexual undertones and continuity across unrelated series.
Review of G.I. Joe #45 Excalibur. No matter who wins, we lose.
Review of The Littles #18 Twins. You can't stop Amazingly Terrible, because Amazingly Terrible only occasionally stops for weeks at a time; then floods your feed with episodes in a vain attempt to get back on schedule.
Review of Dino Riders #12 Battle for the Brontosaurus. The podcast that's not drawn to scale.
Review of Street Sharks #40 Shark-apolypse Now! The episode that provides no incoming income flow but plenty of outgoing income.
Review of Doug #41 Doug's Bum Rap/Doug and Patti Sittin' in a Tree. The episode that would like to apologize to mountain people, the state of Washington, sigma males, native americans, marlboro males, Mark Hamil, the state of Texas, the state of Ohio, beatniks, the hell's angels, Canada, The Rock, Adam, the producers of Blue Mountain Coffee, boomers, and listeners like you.
Review of Galtar and the Golden Lance #18 Antara the Terrible. The episode that requires an esoteric knowledge of medieval weaponry.
Review of Spiderman (1981) #15 The Incredible Shrinking Spiderman. The episode that lampshades the increasing publishing delays.
Review of Men in Black #23 The Black Christmas Syndrome. The episode the uses 70s hippie folk guitar protest songs to time lapdances.
Review of Bump in the Night #23 Neat and clean/Nothing but the tooth. The episode that looks horrific under a blacklight.
Review of Mighty Max #3 Blood of the Dragon. The pod that reveals the secret origin story when Matt and David meet years before the events of depicted in the main story.
Review of Strawberry Shortcake #4 Housewarming Surprise. The episode that really features the episode link in the extended description.
Review of King Arthur and the Knights of Justice #1 Opening Kick Off. The episode that begs you not to listen.
Review of The Legend of Sarmoti: Siegfried & Roy. After 50 episodes we have a lot to reflect on.
Review of Rainbow Brite #9 Star sprinkled. The episode that you can have for half price!
Review of The Critic #21 "Frankie and Ellie Get Lost". The episode that's even better when it's frozen.
Review Star Fleet X-Bomber #18 Destroy the Prison Planet! The episode we've already scheduled to re-record.
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Review of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure #04 Model 'T' for Ted. I'm sure if time travel did exist someone would have erased this from history.
Review of Gundam: Seed #08 The Songstress of The Enemy Forces. This Gundam is Gundum.
Review of He-Man #109 Orko's New Friend. Do Not eat during or before listening to this episode.
Review of Teen Titans #42 Birthmark. Now with an official twitter account! @AmazinglyTeribl
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