Date: May 15th, 2009
Special Guest(s): None
Quote of the week: “Americans want something new, the Japanese want something established.”
Intro: Eric Brachter having a change of heart and letting the podcast live.
Closing Words: Chris Antista "Looking forward for another year without sleep." Shane Patterson (Kooky): "HEY! SEE YOU LATER!"
Closing Song: Frank Zappa - Tryin' To Grow A Chin
- Top 7 Game religions
- Videogame music ripped from real life songs and real life song ripped from a videogame.
- Doom 2 = "Them Bones" by Alice in Chains
- Mega Man X5 = "My Michelle" by Guns and Roses
- Top Gear = "Bliss" by Muse
- Chrono Trigger fan-sequel gets cease-and-desist.
- 1st Break: Ted Didlio + Lil Shrimp rap played.
- Chris Antista's definitive review of Guitar Hero Aerosmith: "Too much Aerosmith."
Funny Stories and Quotes:
- Chris Antista:
- "If the crucifix had the same effects on humans as it did vampires, I would totally be in Catholicism."
- "If your religion needs to current elected president, its stupid."
- (Children of the Atom) It's a sad sad religion. Only 5 people worship it. That's why its the lowest on the list.
- If Michelle Obama figures into the religion prophecy, I quitting the religion.
- Get better parents. Kill them. You will get new parents.
- Far Cry 2 patched itself, Shane Patterson take a bow.
- Tdar 51 had to be recorded. I look forward to another year without sleep.
- Henry Gilbert:
- "Covenant means space-Muslim."
- I have to take time off apperently about some ethnic slur.
- Shane Patterson
- Short Circuit 2 I remember it winning an acedemy award for best movie ever.
- I remember in GTA San Andreas you start off as a low life thug, and becoming James Bond.
- Mikel Reparaz
- Whatever I kill Christians and Muslims.
Question of the Week 35: What game do you fall back on?
- Chris Antista: Mega Man 2, Mario 2, Cobra Triangle
- Henry Gilbert: WWF No Mercy, Advance Wars: Dual Strike, Donkey Kong Land
- Mikel Reparaz: Tetris
- Shane Patterson: Smackdown, Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
Link: Episode 51