Season 2 begins! On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt has questions about the TVs at the gas pump, Ivy creates a Halloween glitter trap, and we discuss the writing process behind the cartoon Chowder. Also on this episode, we review the 2003 film Looney Tunes: Back in Action and try out a brand new, unscorable game called More Likely To. Matt has once again failed to provide us with any official outro music.
On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Ivy power-reads an entire book, Matt cleans his corner of the apartment, and we discuss the circumstances under which we would do a musical episode. Also on this episode, we review 21 Jump Street, and recast movie classic Forrest Gump. This week’s outro music: “Dexter’s a Cookie”
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On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt takes us into the recording studio, Ivy rants about the prices of concert concessions, and we discuss the true name of a favorite Oreo dessert. Also on this episode, we review the new stand up special from Demetri Martin, The Overthinker, and rank the Top 5 Nintendo Games of all time (or of the ones we’ve played, at least). This week’s outro music: “Toad Work Ahead”
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In this episode, we ranked our top 5 Nintendo Games of all time. Check out our lists below, then head over to our Twitter on Friday to vote on whose you think is best!
On this week’s episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Ivy has a time at the Verizon store, Matt is obsessed with a Beatles album (but just the cover), and Rey makes a new friend. Also on this episode, we revue the new Florence and the Machine album High as Hope, and recast previously-reviewed movie favorite, The Truman Show. This week’s outro music: “Martin at Large”
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On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt feels self-conscious about short-shorts, Ivy burns her finger on a funnel cake, and people don’t understand how tickets work. Also on this episode, we review the final season of New Girl and play an intense game of Would You Rather.
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On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt gets his face cut off at the dentist, Ivy cobbles together a summer of One Direction, and we commemorate the season finale of our favorite show, Final Space. Also on this episode, we review the brand new stand-up special Kid Gorgeous by one of our very favorite comedians, John Mulaney, and we rank the Top 5 best advertising jingles of all time.
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Finally, here’s the roundup of our Top 5 advertising jingles lists. Head over to our Twitter around Friday (follow so you don’t miss it!) and vote on whose list you think is best.
On this episode of the Sleeping Situation podcast, Matt attempts an Ivy-friendly edit of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Ivy gets into spring cleaning mode, and we share the questions we’d actually have for Mark Zuckerberg. Also on this episode, we review Gary Gulman’s live stand-up set that we saw last week and rank the top 5 Nickelodeon Cartoons of all time (NickToons for you 90s kids).
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This week, we ranked the top 5 NickToons of all time, and somehow, we managed to almost exactly agree. Follow our Twitter and watch for our poll; you can let us know if you think Hey Arnold! or Danny Phantom is better. Tweet or message us what your favorite NickToon is!