Misinformation 21.1: If Zombies Could Fly

The Guys are separated by the Atlantic Ocean, so Zac again seeks the help of Eric to balance the debauchery.  They tackle the definition and description of odd sexual phrases before jumping in to a conversation about tremendous weight loss.  Some time is taken to mark the passing of a Golden Girl and ponder the difficulty of besting the aerially inclined undead.  The Lost Boys are discussed, in two completely different incarnations.  Ninja Turtles are given their due respect, Eric’s cool brother is acknowledged, and Marky Mark’s brother is lambasted.  Shame on you, Donnie Wahlberg.  Shame.  On.  You.   Zac and Eric also wax philosophic about the having of cool stuffs, excluding a copy of Strange WildernessStrange Wilderness can go to hell.  It can go to hell and it can die. 

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  • dtcb

    as always. Excellent! except Zac singing. I am now hunting for babies to fart on after hearing Zac sing.

    Aug 8, 2008 at 2:20 am
  • misinformation

    Zac sings like a choir of angels. Fact.

    Aug 8, 2008 at 10:50 am
  • Aaron

    FUCK YOU, stop trying to steal my staff. Lame show as per usual

    Hugs and kisses

    Aug 9, 2008 at 7:15 pm
  • misinformation

    It’s not stealing if they love us more.

    Aug 10, 2008 at 8:47 pm
  • jk

    It is the Lost Boys. And (according to ‘Hook’) Wendy was getting old while Peter Pan was still visiting her. And then one day Peter fell in love (lust?) with Wendy’s daughter and that’s why he left Neverland for good and went to live in the orphanage Wendy ran. He grew up, married Wendy’s daughter, and spawned a couple of tricycle motors…

    I had to process “Hook” about a month ago at work…

    Aug 18, 2008 at 4:07 pm
  • misinformation

    Thanks JK, I like your version better than, “Peter was tagging that old lady.” :)

    Aug 19, 2008 at 11:46 am