Episode 14: Shane regrets signing up for the Congressional Page Program

Less boob discussion this week, but we do talk to Shane’s dad, Master P, about his recent deployment to the Middle East. Also, we try out a new review format with pretty hilarious results (if you get bored, fast forward to the 62nd minute).

Scope Sounds: “Arianna” – Second Saturday
Barenaked Ladies – Are Me – 1 1/4 Star
Scissor Sisters – Ta-Dah – 2 1/2 Stars
The Killers – Sam’s Town – 2 3/4 Stars

Heroes – 3 Stars

“Smith” and “Kidnapped”, is “Happy Hour” next?
Iron Man casting

Category: Episodes  |  Time: 10:24 am (CST)  |  

6 Comments on “Episode 14: Shane regrets signing up for the Congressional Page Program”
  1. Nicky said:
    October 9th, 2006 1:15 PM

    Good show once again. The part with Shane’s dad was really interesting and I love the lighting fast review section.

    I don’t want any more air time. Just a bit of a comment whore to make sure you all know that there are people that listen and love the show.

  2. G Love said:
    October 11th, 2006 6:59 AM

    I agree. I like the choice of Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark. I think he’ll be able to pull it off.
    I love the new album review format.
    But seriously, BNL got the best review? How does that happen? Aren’t they too kitschy and Canadian to rate anything more than a negative integer?
    I can’t wait to see if you review the new Trey Anastasio album when it comes out.
    Also, some dvd reviews would be stellar.
    Keep up the great show.

  3. G Love said:
    October 11th, 2006 7:03 AM

    p.s. I really want to beat everyone on the pop-culture contest. Can I sign up?

  4. Shane said:
    October 11th, 2006 7:20 AM


    The BNL got the worst review…check the scores above!

    The Scope World Series of Pop Culture is going to be great. We’ll talk soon about participation, I promise!

  5. Al said:
    October 12th, 2006 5:28 PM

    Very MANLY show this week. You started off with Sportcenter (or shall we call it Scopecenter) and talked War and Taliban. Okay, we get it. You guys must have picked up Shane’s dad from the hardware store in your Hummer.

    To use Shane’s lingo, the show was tight. The new streamlined “Nerd Degree” was fantastic and the reviews were “hit the post”-esque. And most importantly, your show anally clocked in under its unofficial 80-minute time limit.

    Keep up the good work gang. You are my favorite podcast about nerd and pop culture.

  6. Dale Palmersheim said:
    October 17th, 2006 1:44 AM

    Finally got to listen, the show is very good, guests seem happy to be on the show. Keep up the good work.