[audio:http://www.whoaskedyoushow.com/media/who_asked_you_episode_112.mp3]Open in external playerIf you wanna be on the show just E-Mail us! It’s true… ask Warren, aka Katsuhiko Jinnai. As you’ve probably heard the last several shows, Warren has been E-Mailing us weekly. He was on the show once before, Episode 96 to be exact. And we thought, he’s paid his dues via electronic mailing… lets get him back in the Who Asked You? Fortress of Doom. So he sits in with us this week as yet another special guest host. We’ve been having a lot of those lately haven’t we? Strangely enough, we never really planned on it. Folks just came available, so they stopped by. Or in Evan Pederson’s case, Skyped by.
But Warren is in studio with us for another fun-filled edition of our show. First off, we read an E-Mail, from Warren! We told you he’s a faithful comment sender. Even the sending something the week he stops by to be on.
One of his questions is whether or not any of us can cook. We posed this same question to all of you in last week’s We Ask You Online Poll. Come to find out, the Who Asked You? Crew all have their own rudimentary recipes they’re capable of conjuring up. As with all of our conversations on the show, this one latches onto one thing and derails with it into a less related discussion. At least this time it’s still food… if you can call Pop-Tarts food. Yes, we get into an analysis of Pop-Tarts, Kellogg’s depressing attempt at a morning pastry. That again, veers off into spaghetti and hot dogs from Jollibee, a Filipino fast-food restaurant. Somewhere in all of this Mike brings up a product for the ladies called “Shake Weight”. It’s a small weight that uses centrifugal force to burn fat off of a chick’s arms. The unfortunate part is that it looks like the female using the device is jerking it off. One can’t help but wonder if the designers of this thing weren’t cracking up and high-fiving each other as it went to the manufacturer. You can have a look at the thing for yourself in our Show Links.
A second E-Mail is from another fellow who has dropped us a line from time to time. Patrick in Missoula, Montana asks us if we saw Alice In Wonderland yet. The answer is yes. He then gives us a very Who Asked You? review of the film that gets us laughing pretty hard. He also wonders if we’d watched the new trailer for the Tron Legacy movie. The film looks visually stunning! Lets hope the story is just as enticing. You can check out the trailer yourself by following the link in the Show Links.
After E-Mails it’s onto new DVD releases. And from there it’s onto Chapter 2 of Dirty The Pooh and the Hundred-Acre Shit Pile. Dirty Potter is keeping busy with the tale of Pooh and friends as they masturbate uncontrollably on each other. Poop everywhere and cuss each other out. All told by that prince of British entertainment, Jim Dale. Warren’s a fan, as he has stated in previous E-Mails, of the Dirty Potter clips so this is a special treat for him.
We also finally get to Idaho’s edition of It’s The Law so that we may finally tell you which two animal’s backs you may not fish from in the state. There’s actually three animals, but one is only illegal in Boise. There’s also a law forbidding one to walk down the street with a red-tipped cane. What profession comes to your mind where a person would have a cane and is one we would immediately go to on our show? It’s in the title….
We end the show with a story of a sixth-grade teacher trying to identify with his students by calling them names on their graded papers. One mother gets pretty pissed when he writes “loser” on her daughters homework. We weigh in on this one. And you’re more than welcome to also. And if you weigh enough, you might just find yourself on the show!
The Bowel Movement with Dennis Wright
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New Releases for Tuesday, March 16th:
The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Two-Disc Special Edition)
The Princess and the Frog
Mystery Science Theater 3000: XVII
Did You Hear About the Morgans?
The Fourth Kind
Slayers Revolution (Season 4)
One Piece (Season 2, 6th Voyage)