The Comedy Button: Episode 98

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The Comedy Button — Episode 98 (2013-10-11)
This week, Anthony gets in touch with his inner Mexican, Star Trek is still dumb, Scott has a Donald Duck butt, we play “Racist or True,” Brian encounters a time-traveling vagrant, Scott follows in Brian’s footsteps, people sell some weird Grand Theft Auto-related merchandise on eBay, old video games are awesome, the Mile High Club might not actually be legal, E.T. is weird, Super Mario World is totally better than Donkey Kong Country, we discover that ’80s funk is the prequel to gangster rap, we try to figure out WTF “joggling” is, one listener gets some action, and we want you to nominate us in the 2013 Podcast Awards! Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 18m 45s
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3 Responses to “ “The Comedy Button: Episode 98”

  1. Ricky B says:

    In response to Max’s inquiry about Donkey Kong Hip Hop Remixes…I submit to you the album Donkey Business by Norwegian Recycling

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZrNH1at94U&list=PL9A9E05D9FAC072BD&index=1

  2. TheEggplant says:

    My mother insisted on getting a VCR combo unit when I bought her a Blu-ray player.

  3. DarthEnderX says:

    I’m just going to go ahead and tell you right now Ryan, I refuse to kickstart Retro without a guarantee of a weekly podcast from the staff.

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