We got baby fever! Hear us figure out if babies are cute, whether we’re having babies, and whether babies should be killed in the womb. Then Quentin tells us the story of one of the first girls he thought was “freakin’ adorable.” Find out what she thought of him and whether or not they got it on.
This one’s a jam-packed episode. We got Quentin’s thing of the week, the controversial word “retard,” and the yet more controversial writer Lena Dunham. No, Lena Dunham is not on the show (we just talk about her) but I’m hoping you didn’t read this far to figure that out.
We take a fair and balanced approach to presenting both sides of the evolution/creation tards debate. Learn why monkeys decided to evolve into us and how all of creation must have been created because we call it “creation.” Then hear how Quentin was raised by his television, what black shows we watched as kids, and which U.S. presidential candidate wants to kill Big Bird.
Anita Sarkeesian, the woman behind the game trope Kickstarter.
We discuss the Nintendo Wii, the female tropes of video game characters, and the implications of R&B artist Frank Ocean coming out as bisexual. Listen and learn what the 5 best Wii games are to play (according to my limited experience having played 5 Wii games). You’ll also get some history and context on the console and you’ll hear three straight males tell you what to think about females in games and gay people in R&B.