Two scriptwriters write secret scripts for each other.
Episode 7: Just Bowls With Ideas
Have you ever considered giving it all up? Getting back to basics? Ditching all technology. Shutting down your social media accounts. Growing out your hair and moving into a hole in the ground?
Well you're in luck!
In this episode we teach you how to live a rewarding life free from the stresses of the modern world. One where you can finally be who it is you always wanted to be.
And we also read some scripts.
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Episode 6: The Tale of Bobby Joe
This week's episode takes place in a tunnel. A dark tunnel. A tunnel filled with the profanities of Stepney Green's unwanted stepchildren. The bastard sons of staccato speakers - you know the sort - goose fat waddlers, snout seekers, light smashers. Bloody good men.
But what's that in the distance? Those words stepping through the wind? Who is that parading their naked arse downtown, waving the red white and blue? That sticky liquid? Is it blood?
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Episode 5: The Chub
Can we really know if we think? Like, can you describe what thinking is? We can't. Which is why in this episode I am joined by my cohost Robin Jonhill to discuss the previous success he had with his groundbreaking film, "The Chub", as well as to learn more about its spin-off(?) sequel(?) Hollow Hill Hotel. It's a wild ride. One that takes us all the way to Boston or Baltimore, or somewhere, where two cops are on the tail of The Sandman and his sick, sick fantasies. We also, finally, address all the accusations of anti-Semitism that have been levelled at us.
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Hollow Hill Hotel
Episode 4: Guns For Arms
How would it feel if you lost your arms, and in their place grew two guns instead? What would you do with them? Where would you go? What if you had to choose between the death of an eagle or the death of a tiger, or the death of a small Indian man? How would you make that decision? All that and more in this week's instalment of the Burn After Reading podcast.
Episode 3: Hats, Hats, Hats
Hats have been a staple of human attire for thousands of years, ever since they were first invented in Ancient Greece. From the classic fedora to the modern visor, we've all known a hat or two in our time. They bring us joy, mark an occasion (such as a wedding), and do a great job at framing the face. They have also been used to keep heads warm, and spirits high, as well as to protect soldiers from bullets. Where would we be without hats? Let's all take a minute to think about that question. And then let's all take our hats off to hats. Hats - what even are they? Is a flannel a hat? Is a hat a hat when it's not on your head? If I can put a box on my head and call it a hat, is it a hat before I put it on my head? What about after? Also, Kangol hats. They sure went out of fashion didn't they? God, they used to be huge. But where are they now? All this and more in an episode of a podcast called Hats, Hats, Hats.
Content warning: gratuitous sex, drug references, SEO.
Episode 2: Prison Breaking The Fourth Wall
Is it a spoiler to say that they actually break out of prison? Idk, it's been out a while, hasn't it? Well, Michael Scofield dies at the end. That's definitely a spoiler. But not a spoiler for this episode. Not by a long shot.
You're just going to have to listen in to find out what happens in Episode 2 of the show that now officially has 2 episodes. Not including all the crap unreleased ones, of course, but who's counting them?
Makes me laugh out loud. Love the ideas and stories 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Really made me stop and think about things and also laugh, which I rarely ever do, so for that reason 5*.