Toronto's Molar Radio #43: The sell-out episode.

Guest-starring Chris's hands as The Man.Listen as we heave a sigh of relief at our return to the land of podcasting, where the median IQ of the audience sits in the triple digits. Well, for our show, anyway.

We missed you terribly in TV land, but we’re back now, and you’ll find the complete listing of people and things eviscerated in this episode just below, in the typically ridiculous show notes. Looks like we won’t be getting a video of the MTV Live appearance, but listening to this will be far more entertaining, I promise. The only drawback? No miniskirts. Drat. Hey, go ahead and take a picture of yourself listening to Molar Radio while wearing a miniskirt, and send it in! Tee-hee!

Erin’s still looking for full-time nanny work, preferably in downtown Toronto, ideally close to Lansdowne station. Kindly pass along any leads you may have.

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Molar Radio: 2006-06-07

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Contents
00:00 Kill Cheerleader: Turn It On
01:00 A moment for curse words
01:35 Chris was busy helping Greg move and doing French homework
02:50 Erin has been spazzing on the pole
04:20 Also, she’s still looking for a nanny gig
05:05 Cute haircut from Jessica at Shampoo
05:45 Adam Cohoon‘s elite Dr. Pepper
07:15 Goat Horn (RIP) plays a rave
08:55 Illuminati/Die Mannequin show
10:15 Tales of the TTC strike
14:00 MTV: the call/confused audio comment
15:20 No music videos!
16:25 “Skewing older” = tee-heeing through the headlines
18:05 Look at this complicated bomb, folks
20:40 Low attention sp — LOOK OVER HERE!
21:50 Even soulless stick figures love us!
23:45 “Concept album“?? What’s that? Tee-hee!
25:25 New friend: “Call me… Phoenix!”
26:30 Phoenix meets the Blair Witch
32:25 Film: X-Men: The Last Stand (selected awful moments)
41:20 Instead, buy Morrison‘s New X-Men or Whedon‘s Astonishing
41:30 District B13 (the parkour movie) [misrepresentative trailer]
43:00 District B13 action sequence on YouTube
43:30 Comics: Put The Book Back On The Shelf: A B&S Anthology
47:35 Postcard from Rodney! [.JPG]
48:30 Erin’s sighing… Time to wrap up!

Shows & Events
06/23 Kill CheerleaderEl Mocambo
06/25 The HollowLee’s Palace
06/25 Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market: Fire!
06/27 Kill CheerleaderReverb
06/29 No Logo (film screening) — Bloor Cinema
06/30 No Logo (film screening) — Bloor Cinema

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12 thoughts on “Toronto's Molar Radio #43: The sell-out episode.”

  1. Hey, it’s Ethnically-Ambiguous Elle!

    Somehow, I neglected to mention G-spots in the show notes… We get enough creepy hits from search results for “mp3 orgasm panties” as it is!

    Ah well, looks like we’ve got two references now (so far). Index that, Google!

  2. Man, if we want to start listing every terrible line of dialogue… We might as well post the entire script.

    We got your Star Wars postcard, and we’ll put a scan up with the next episode!

  3. Karen, I see Moe Berg around my neighbourhood all the time, and now I’ll think of that and try not to laugh every time I pass him by.

    My strategy: Cover mouth, pretend to cough, fix eyes on ground.

  4. You are absolutely correct.

    We hope to find time to record in the next few days, so it won’t be long. I’ll throw an update post up there — apparently, people thought I was on vacation and/or dead. Can’t a guy hermit out for a few weeks?

  5. Cool, thanks for the link! I actually missed that show, and just when Kriss had finally remembered to bring my Primer DVD… I was on my way there, but ended up at Brandon Wars‘s, watching Kids in the Hall on VHS.

    I also highly recommend the Swoosh from Fresh. It’s got peanut butter; how can you go wrong? Oh, right. Peanut allergies. Let me qualify that, then: If peanuts will not kill you, I highly recommend it.

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