Jason and returning guest Beau Brown discuss problems with Castle Grayskull’s architecture, viking funerals for puppets, the Nick Nolte/Eddie Murphy film 48 Hrs., haikus, and the pros and cons of The Doctor’s transformation into a woman.
This essay was originally written and performed for Write Club Atlanta, a monthly competitive writing event.
When I think of madness, I think of a girl I once dated who looked like Huckleberry Finn. Right off the bat, let me clarify that I wasn’t thinking, “She looks like she’d subvert the racial intolerance of a bygone era with the power of friendship. I gotta’ put my dick in that!” By which I mean, put my dick in the power of friendship, not in racial intolerance. Nobody wants to fuck a racist. And it wasn’t some kind of Mark Twain sex thing. Though I did want to put my Connecticut Yankee in her King Arthur’s court. She just had this kind of freckly androgynous thing going on.
This preview leaves you with absolutely no idea what the plot points to expect in the associated movie. My pet peeve lies in those trailers that detail the entire movie for you, but this one goes the simpler route. Much simpler. “I am an action-adventure movie starring a handsome man!” it declares, and leaves it at that.
Bunny and Jason discuss Game of Thrones and Men in Black 3. Other topics include jean shorts, Kevin Smith, poetry slams, the pros and cons of popsicles, 4-H camp confessions, tanning beds and the late Ray Bradbury.