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Episode CXXXIV: I’ve Been Watching You Since You Had Two Braids

The Bastards would like to warn you of massive spoilers in this week’s episodes, but they just love ruining everything for you!

After almost OD’ing on laughing gas the B3 crew takes some good and weird shots at the new movie The Hunger Games, which has all the guys (and gal) on the fence on their real feelings towards it. Anvil gives his weekly sports report, revealing the latest in NFL trades and Red Sox spring training. Finally the demos for Sine Mora, Birds of Steel, Blades of Time, and Kinect Rush are reviewed.

May the odds be ever in your favor! It’s Episode 134: I’ve Been Watching You Since You Had Two Braids.

Episode XCIX: In Thomas We Trust!

Bruins, Bruins, Bruins!!!

The Stanley Cup is ours, and Vancouver doesn’t take it so well. Hear King Baby Duck and Anvil’s take on the celebratory parade, as well as the rest of the weekly sports report from him and Mr. Cuse. King Baby Duck shares why Kung Fu Panda 2 is a worthy sequel, and Mr. Cuse give his take on Super 8. Anvil also looks at the films Sniper: Reloaded and No Strings Attached. King Baby Duck and Anvil review the demos for Eat Them! and MotorStorm: Apocalypse, and Blueonic hails to the original king with his first-thoughts on Duke Nukem Forever!

Sing along with the King & Anvil in the beginning! It’s Episode 99: In Thomas We Trust!

Episode XCVII: Horton Comes To Life

Can Blueonic go one episode without dropping the f-bomb? He tries…

This week the B3 crew go off nostalgically regarding old commercials, pizza and POGs, and King Baby Duck and Anvil share their thoughts on the new Fucked Up album David Comes To Life. Plus Anvil introduces an up-and-coming band from the local area called Scare Don’t Fear. The Bastards show their excitement regarding the Bruins entering the Stanley Cup Finals, and Mr. Cuse reports on the now-first place Red Sox and NBA Finals. Finally everyone gives their two cents on what to expect at this year’s E3.

It’s all right here on Episode 97: Horton Comes To Life! (Warning: This episode may cause Sweaty Ball Syndrome)

PS: Congratulations to Angela Grant from Framingham, the winner of our Widow Sunday meet-and-greet contest!

Episode LXXXVII: If It Walks Like An Asshole, And It Talks Like An Asshole, Then It Must Be Phil Collins!

The Bastards bring you another fun-filled episode that is sure to turn your frown upside-down.

This week King Baby Duck looks at the demos for Rage of the Gladiator, Dragon Age 2 and Marvel Pinball, and he & Blueonic give opposite viewpoints on the sports demos Major League Baseball 2K11 and Top Spin 4. Plus Blueonic shares his excitement about Mortal Kombat and the ultimate edition of Duke Nukem Forever, and his dismay over the fact that he has to miss out on the fun at PAX East this year. Next Anvil & Mr. Cuse share the sports duties, covering the biggest news from this past week.

Anvil reviews I Am Number Four, Blueonic gives his thoughts on Where In The World is Osama Bin Laden and the B3 crew compare their Oscar picks with their winners. Mr. Cuse shares his opinion on the funk album Inner City Sounds, and the gang end it all with a couple of Oh For Fuck’s Sakes!, one dealing with the MBTA (again!) and the other with filthy protesters.

So what are you waiting for? Click on the link here for Episode 87: If It Walks Like An Asshole, And It Talks Like An Asshole, Then It Must Be Phil Collins!

Episode LXXXIV: And Who The Hell Is He?!

A new Bastard joins the crew…

This week the B3 crew welcome Mr. Cuse to the team, as they chat about the massive week in sports, share their thoughts on the Super Bowl and the crazy week on the Bruins’ rink. Plus King Baby Duck & Anvil share their thoughts on the recent album by Far East Movement, and Anvil tells you why you should run to see Widow Sunday, Tight Rope and Absence, but avoid Treachery, Smite the Fight and Martyrs & Madmen like the plague. Mr. Cuse give his opinion on the game Kinect sports, and King Baby Duck and Blueonic say bye-bye to three gaming franchises and one beloved company.

The videocast:

Episode LXXXII: And The Oscar Goes To…Chuck Norris!

And if he were nominated, he’d make sure he’d sweep the ceremonies…with his roundhouse kick!

This week the Bastards do everything they can to piss off Glee creator Ryan Murphy, siding with Kings of Leon on why he’s such a bitch. King Baby Duck reviews the demos for the WiiWare games Furry Legends and Fish ‘Em All, he and Blueonic share their thoughts on the Crysis 2 multiplayer demo, and the Duck goes gaga over the demo for Bulletstorm and somewhat shrugs off the PS3 remake of Dead Space: Extraction. Anvil and Nenya give their take on the world of sports, Anvil takes a look at The Mechanic and the B3 crew give their picks for this year’s Oscar Nominations.

Episode LXXXI: Hail To The King, Baby!

After recovering from the bad case of the common cold Blueonic returns for a brand-new episode.

This week the Bastards tackle what happened in the world of sports, and Blueonic chats about the new Sparticus series. King Baby Duck gives a second opinion on Black Swan, Blueonic reviews the movie Knucklehead, King Baby Duck praises the Banksy film Exit Through The Gift Shop, and then both look at the film Operation: Endgame.

The B3 crew share their excitement about the upcoming Duke Nukem Forever game, give their opinions on the demos for Zeit², Spare Parts and Modern Combat: Domination, and Blueonic reviews the games Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam and Naval Assault: The Killing Tide. Angry Birds also gets a mention…

Episode LXXV: That Tumor Is Such A Killjoy!

With Blueonic out for the week, Nenya steps in and fills his big shoes.

This week the B3 crew share their thoughts on the new My Chemical Romance album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, and Anvil & Nenya give their take in the week of sports. Demos of Fluidity and Super Scribblenauts are looked at, and King Baby Duck puts the free Xbox 360 games Dorito’s Crash Course and Harms Way under the microscope. Finally the trio reviews the new Jolie/Depp film The Tourist.

Episode LXXI: And I Thought The Grand Canyon Was Man-Made

The Bastards may not be traveling to L.A., but they’ve got Hollywood on their minds.

This week the B3 crew takes a look at the film Due Date, followed by Anvil’s reviews of Paranormal Activity 2, Leap Year and Legendary. King Baby Duck shares his thoughts on the Dresden Dolls reunion tour, and he and Blueonic stand at opposite ends regarding Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band. Anvil gives his weekly sports report, and K.B.D. and Blueonic try to figure out why it’s so damn hard to control the games Apache: Air Assault and F1 2010.

Episode LXIX: Bringing The Pain!

The Bastards know how to take the pain, too.

This week the B3 crew discuss their thoughts on this year’s Lovesac Speedrun Classic, as well as the new album from Serj Tankian. Anvil gives his weekly sports report, and the guys review the film Circle of Pain and the anime Desert Punk.

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