Dice Rollers


Cartoons are the best way to motivate 90’s kids and after watching HarmonQuest, Sara and Mowgli decided to blow the dust off their dice and play Dungeons & Dragons again.

Sara’s going to be DMing a short session so she’s giving Mowgli a summary of what they’ll be doing and the characters they’ll be doing it to.

If all goes well, we’re planning to do a Vampire: The Masquerade game and Sara’s going to try to convince people to do an Animorphs campaign with her.

Suicide Gods


Suicide Squad didn’t make any fucking sense, but at least we got drunk.

The acting was adequate, fight scenes were blah, Enchantress wiggled a bunch, and we’re not entirely sure what the plot was.

(The government needed deniability so they gathered up a bunch of villains, but during that process one of them escapes and…acts like a villain. To maintain deniability, the government sends in its troops and helicopters – oh yeah, and those villains – to fight Putties and blow up the mess it created. Right?)

If you have a problem with Jared Leto’s Joker, don’t worry about it; he’s only in the movie for about three minutes.

Also, Mowgli regales Sara with bible stories.

Children Believe Anything, That’s Why it’s Fun to Lie to Them (with special guest Jess)


Virtually all of America’s problems can be solved with better education. Our education expert, Jess, demonstrates the practical difficulties with not lying to children anymore.

The world is a shitty place and if we don’t illuminate that fact to kids they won’t feel the need to make it better.

Goku Bracku


Goku Black is the main antagonist (thus far) in Super’s new story arc and there is so much explaining that needs to happen.

Sara and Mowgli toss around a few ideas, landing on a possible tie in with Xenoverse. The Kaioshin and time travel are definitely involved; Mowgli thinks Black could have become a god of destruction.

Or maybe Northern Kai is sick of Goku killing him (and his friends and his planet) so he’s exacting revenge by framing him?

Regardless, it makes for more Vegeta/Goku fan service fights.

Celebrity Deathmatch (with special guest Johnny)


Our dear friend Johnny kept us on track with a number of topics which was helpful because Mowgli and Sara were pretty trashed.

In a fight between Vin Diesel and The Rock, Mowgli and Sara agree that The Rock’s size would be no match for Vin Diesel’s MMA and Muay Thai training. Johnny thinks that’s crazy.

(Vin Diesel would destroy The Rock)

He also thinks it’s crazy that Sara hates Jack Nicholson.

The conversation is rounded out nicely with a short discussion about racism thanks to our trusty racial injustice calendar.

Captain America: The Original Libertarian

Iron Man: We’re murdering a fuck ton of civilians, we need regulation.

Captain America: Get your government hands off my superhuman enhancements!

Iron Man: Bruh. The government is what enhanced you in the first place.

Cap: I love you, Bucky! Never let go!


Despite not being like the comic hardly at all, Civil War was wildly entertaining. Action scenes were amazing, Bucky was angstier than a sixteen year old goth, and this movie will totally revive the Spider-Man franchise.


  • Baron Zemo wasn’t really Baron Zemo, he was just some butthurt Sokovian
  • No concrete arguments were given for opposing registration
  • No Stamford Incident (and therefore no Penance, the best comic book character ever)
  • Needed more death

Good on them for making Redwing a robot; Falcon’s psychic link to birds is ridiculous.


Trigger Warning! (with special guest Sarah)

Yeah, our housemate’s name is also Sara(h). Mowgli was really happy he didn’t have to learn a new name.

While we do discuss trigger warnings, we mostly just talk about rape.

Mowgli and Sara realize they attract certain types of people.