Episode 82: Thorbjoern Jagland wants to kick drum your heart

Episode 82 of The Scope comes at you with a distinct lack of Adam but makes up for it with a brand-new (ripped off from Entertainment Weekly) bit. And to show we really do care, our lone music review comes directly from fan request.  But we worry because he probably expected a typical Scope score of three stars. Will our petulant behavior erode our fan base by 29.47%? Hopefully, our focus on sports and G.I.Joe comic history will dull the blow.

Episode 82 can fully support The Beatles. (That’s what happens when Adam doesn’t show up.)


2 ¼ Stars – I and Love and YouThe Avett Brothers

Scope Sounds:
“1901” – Phoenix

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5 Comments on “Episode 82: Thorbjoern Jagland wants to kick drum your heart”
  1. thosquanta said:
    October 12th, 2009 2:27 PM

    4 stars. too much football!

    i should send you guys a link to my last album to review. even i don’t like it that much. but this way we could put “the scope says 1 star!” on the package or whatever.

  2. AJaclyn said:
    October 12th, 2009 4:40 PM

    Yes, I agree Episode 82 had too much football.

    Re: The IT crowd. Gary introduced me to it. “0118 999 881 999 119 725…3” is brilliant indeed!

  3. Mike said:
    October 13th, 2009 9:32 AM

    It snows in Minnesota?
    Jared is over Loggers?
    Sir Cumming?

    What a show!!!

    Overall, a great episode in my opinion. I disagree that there was too much football talk. Sports is a huge part of pop culture and it deserves a mention every once in a while on a show that is one of, if not the best pop culture podcasts, out there. Keep up the great work guys, can’t wait for the review of Taylor Swift.

  4. Keith F said:
    October 19th, 2009 2:57 PM

    I don’t know what these idiots above my review are thinking, but I thought you did a great job covering football. Mike is correct that football is a huge part of our culture, and it does deserve to be brought up every so often during football season.

    Too bad Adam was ‘indisposed’ once again. If you need a last minute fill-in, I’d still enjoy a try-out.

    I can’t wait for a review of a new Miley Cyrus after you give a listen to Taylor Swift.

  5. Cyrus from Albuquerque said:
    November 24th, 2009 2:19 PM

    I loved the football talk guys, please don’t can it because a few people don’t like it. And we miss you! Come back!