In the internet mob justice system, thought crimes are considered especially heinous. On the internet, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Thought Cops. These are their stories.
We face all sorts of unrest this week, including Jordan Peterson’s famous Peterson family diet: salt and meat. Keeps you virile, they’re saying. We learn a lot about Big Foot porn, and Grant regales us with a touching musical tribute to the latest trailer for Venom.
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Welcome to Episode 3 of Fire Bros! This week, we’re reviewing The Emoji Movie, The Problem With Apu, Season 3 of Netflix’s Love, and Deadpool 2.
We’re also debuting a new draft of the theme song. I’ve been incredibly busy, so recording the final product is taking me longer than I would’ve liked. On the plus side, you get to listen to the song as I’m working on it. Consider it a privilege.
We also messed around with the formula a little bit, by sort of challenging each other to two pieces of media to review for next episode. Of course, we’re always looking for suggestions so if one of the things we mentioned we’d see for next episode isn’t on there, drop us a comment or tweet at us!
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Hey everyone, it’s finally time for episode 76 of Thought Cops! Our good friend Brett of Big Time Garbage came to visit us from Neo-Detroit. We meet for the first time IRL and it was 100% normal and fun. He even tried Malört and said he really liked it.
I hope you have your straws ready, because this episode is juicy. We talk about irony haters, ice cream havers, and I I I don’t even know where else to BEGIN there’s just so much on this episode! For as much shit as we talk on teaser trailers- you’re NOT gonna wanna miss this one. #HarmonBlock2018
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Come one, come all (nice), to the show that never ends: Thought Cops, “Episode 75”. This week, boyfriend of the show Gumshoe Robbie joins us yet again to impart upon us his trademark wisdom. Make sure to check out his band The Dirty Nines. They rule.
Guess what? Yep, you guessed it. We get into it again this week. We get into all sorts of trouble: Star Wars prequel apologists. Unreliable sources of information. Is that pizza I smell? Well, Papa has left the damn building.
Apparently you can brainwash people by having them watch others eating chicken wings. We really learned a lot today. I hope you will enjoy learning with us.
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The train keeps on rollin’ this week. We discuss Facebook’s take on the declaration of independence, Ron Paul’s take on cartoons, and a take so hot, you might not handle it: Nanette could be good?? Even though as John Mulaney might say that Mick Jagger might say, it’s: “NOT FUNNAY!”
As always, thanks to all the Thought Cops stans out there who have been patient with us this week as we had a gap week. Please continue to leave us constructive voicemails at 312-788-7361. And for additional content, please support us on Patreon.
Hope you brought your appetite, because it’s an all-you-care-to-eat buffet here on Thought Cops, “Episode 73”! The Shrimp Boys (Luke, David, and Wyatt) join us in-studio for an episode so tasty, you’ll be coming back for seconds. And maybe thirds, but keep in mind it’s an all-you-care-to-eat buffet, and not an all-you-CAN-eat buffet.
First of all, major shout-out to the artist who designed our new album art: Inkuusan. You can check out his upcoming game on Kickstarter: Blue Omen Operation.
We are also now available on Spotify! That’s right, all these options to listen and you wanna play ME? Nah, that ain’t happening. You better go right head and follow us on Instagram while you’re at it, too.
This week, we really get into the thicc of it. David Lynch can’t remember who he voted for, cryptic vagueposting, grammar correcting, and of course, the rise and fall of a dog-rating twitter account. 2018 is only halfway over, folks. But our big dick energy isn’t going anywhere.
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Welcome to Episode 2 of Fire Bros! For those of you not in the know, each month we’re doing a bonus episode that you can find for $2 a month or higher on our Patreon.
While on the main show Thought Cops we talk about internet outrage from week to week, Fire Bros is a monthly show where we review and talk about different content we like, whether that be movies, television shows, video games, books, or whatever else. If the content isn’t deemed acceptable by us, we burn it.
This episode we’re joined by Ben Carson to talking about A Quiet Place, Ready Player One, Andrew W.K.’s newest album You’re Not Alone, and Super Mario Odyssey.