Welcome to Book 11 of Fire Bros, the Thought Cops bonus episodes! This month, we’re talking about the final season of Game of Thrones, Detective Pikachu, John Wick 3, and Hereditary. If you have any suggestions for next episode, drop em below! Thanks for listening, and thanks for supporting the show.
SPOILER ALERT. We put all the things we talk about in the episode IN THIS POST. Lurkers beware. This week, we challenge Justin Bieber and Tom Cruise to a pizza roll eating contest, and NEITHER of them take us up on it.
Bad news for clown frogs everywhere, the “honk honk” meme got banned on Facebook. Also though, it didn’t. Looks like FAKE NEWS is a… REAL PROBLEM!
Also, hold off paying off your student loans until you’re at the end of your life (65), because if you do, it will only cost you TEN DOLLARS. Looks like instead of food, my generation will be eating the old.
If you’re not tired of us beating a dead horse by constantly deconstructing the increasing monopolistic stranglehold on audiovisual internet content by Youtube, you’re in luck. Because this week Steven Crowder, aka “The Brain” from the Gay Rat Wedding Show on PBS goes head to head with Vox commentator Carlos Maza in who can use the most homophobic slurs and get their Youtube channel completely demonetized. You’ll never guess who wins. If we never have to talk about the Youtube adpocalypse or “Voxadpocalypse” again, I’ll stop drinking and clean up my act.
This episode we also plan our trip to Boston to celebrate Straight Pride, and we invent a new game for the parade that’s kind of like the Mark Wahlberg version of pin the tail on the donkey. We also make fun of how the McElroy brothers look, women who put their middle name as their last name on Facebook, and too many stairs.
We’ve got a lot of paperwork to get through this episode. Alabama bans an episode of a children’s cartoon. Fucking SJWs. Game of Thrones leaves a water bottle on set. Apparently the crew cares just about as much as I do. Robert Pattinson is playing Batman, but hopefully we can get Kristen Stewart to play Catwoman and Taylor Lautner to play Joker. Everybody sign your change.org petitions. People I didn’t know existed, the Krassenstein brothers, get banned from Twitter, and get forced to move back into their parent’s house and sleep in their old bunk beds.
Speaking of online idiots getting too involved in politics, Youtubers need to stop running for public office, before we all really do end up living in a honk honk clown world. In other news, reply guys are taking over the internet, so load up your green squirt guns and barricade yourself in your house for protection.*****
This week in honk honk clown world, we enter the dawn of a new culture war as Mr. Ratburn from somehow still-running PBS children’s show Arthur gets gay married. It’s as Karl Marx said in the Cultural Marxist Manifesto: “get together and make things better, by working together.” If you don’t think that’s bad, wait until you hear how despondent everyone becomes when we somehow end up talking about a Youtube makeup artist named James Charles. Maybe Uber is right in creating a quiet button for their drivers, except instead of only working in their cars, they silence everyone and everything.
This episode, we toss Facebook gore posts, Sonic the Hedgehog (again), Smash Bros meme stages, and “_______ shit particles on it” into the paddy wagon and beat the shit out of them. We also kick a Cubs owner out of Wrigley Field for being a white supremacist, we run all over Nick DiPaolo’s lawn and stomp on his daylillies, and try and save the economy by never eating at Burger King or Starbucks ever fucking again.
Welcome to Book 10 of Fire Bros, the Thought Cops monthly bonus episodes! This month, we’re talking about Beat Cop, Escape from New York, Blade Runner 2049, and Roma. If you have any suggestions for next episode, drop em below! Thanks for listening, and thanks for supporting the show.
Like a phoenix, he has risen from the ashes. That’s right, that horrible live-action Sonic that everyone hates is getting a redesign thanks to your complaining. Alex Jones gets kicked off of facebook, severing his last line of broadcasting to the masses: your conservative aunt’s profile page. We also talk about blue text bubble vs green text bubble class warfare, radical politicians, and the confusing conundrum that is the Star Wars movie franchise.
Officer Kevin is finally back from Japan, and the squad car is hitting the streets hard. We take out the “honk honk, clown world” bullshit, people instagramming movies, and the poor souls in this world who are the only people on the entire planet who have never seen Game of Thrones.
We cover this ridiculous tweet from a musicologist, LGBT representation in Marvel movies, internet streamer Etika gets swatted, and Charles Martinet clarifies just exactly what Mario says as he perpetrates a hate crime against Bowser.