These clips are guaranteed to never tie or lose, so at least we have that.
Clips Featuring: Mary McNear, Jon Dore, Bill Dwyer, Godfrey
If you aren’t Minnesotan, you might not know about apple orchards. It’s the kind of thing that sounds stupid until you do it. Kind of like thick accents or going to high school.
On this episode of Shy’s Bizarre Life, we learn that she was a champion boxer in New Jersey. We also talk about other things but they feel less important by comparison.
Remember the good old days when you could kill dozens if not hundreds of people and nobody would ever find out? Would that we could return to such simpler times. Jeff might not agree.
We’ve got Laurel and Hardy, we’ve got shattered toes, we’ve got Jeopardy, and then like five more topics. There’s a lot to talk about today.
If you’re a kid, we have two things to say. First, stop listening to our show. It’s inappropriate. Second, don’t message Momo, even if your friends tell you to. Also if you happen to know Tommy Wiseau, tell him to give us a call.
Exciting news: we have a new Keurig. Also exciting news: segregation has been abolished. The latter might not technically be news any more. Still, it’s something we talk about today so it counts.
Have you ever been to Butternut, MN? Probably not, because it doesn’t exist. Unless you count one of the three lakes with that name. While the town may not be real, it’s real in Mary’s books, and apparently she’s done her research into how Minnesotans are.
We’ve been talking about The Nun for a while now, and Tom finally saw it. Surprise, he hated it. Then again, so did Kristyn. It’s still better than fleeing gang violence at Valley Fair, but you know.
It might be time to reconsider how easy it is to turn food stamps into cash when people start buying drugs and private dancers with them. Wait, this just in: a private dancer has been flagged for putting her whole body weight against a client.