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Episode CXIV: Where Are All The Sharp Things?

The Vagabonds stop by the Bastard realm for an all-new episode.

This week the Vagabonds share their experiences at the first annual Great New England Steampunk Exhibition, where they took part in many panels and witnessed some unique artifacts and designs being displayed by the con-goers. Anvil shares the sour week in sports, including the failed run of the Red Sox season and the farewell of Terry Francona. Next the nominees for the 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are looked at, as the discussion of a couple nominees are put into question. Finally the demo for Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster is reviewed for our parental fanbase, and a longer discussion on Dead Island is held for Anvil and Locke.

Stabby-stabby kill-kill things sold separately. It’s Episode 114: Where Are All The Sharp Things?

Episode CII: Jeter The Deadliest Bobblehead

After filling their bellies with tons of burgers ‘n’ dogs during the Fourth of July Week the Bastards get their composure together for an all-new Podcast episode.

This week the B3 crew share how the calendar photo shoot went with the people from Cage Titans and Contemporarily Out of Order, and then review the latest release from Seether. Blueonic tries to figure out what happened to all the bands he liked back from the 90s, and Anvil gives his weekly sports reports. Finally King Baby Duck looks at the demo for MLB Bobbleheads Pro, and he and Blueonic give their takes on Deadliest Warrior: Legends and Dead Block.

It’s all right here on Episode 102: Jeter the Deadliest Bobblehead!

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 XCV: Leave It To Steampunk

The Bastards welcome a couple guests, who in return bring them into their world.

This week Anvil & Mr. Cuse give their weekly sports report, including their feelings on the playoff losses of both the Celtics and Bruins. Then special guests Locke and Adie of The Vagabonds take the B3 crew on a strange trip through the world of steampunk. Hear their thoughts regarding the recent International Steampunk City in Waltham, a semi-review of Sucker Punch (with spoilers!) and various other films, games and TV series that feature steampunk predominantly, and give their thoughts on why steampunk isn’t “the new goth.”

It’s all right here in Episode 95: Leave It To Steampunk; a tuition-free, lesson-filled show that will give you the 411 on one hell of a genre!

The Videocast:

Episode XCI: Three Men & A King Baby Duck

The Bastards say “Good riddance to bad Ramirez!” in an all-new episode.

This week the B3 crew discuss why they tend to avoid certain movies for obviously good reasons, and why they go too far in some cases. Anvil and Mr. Cuse say adios to the crybaby known as Mannie Ramirez, Mr. Cuse reports on the PGA Masters, Anvil gives his NFL Draft Picks and much more in the sports segment. Then the guys give their thoughts on UFC Personal Trainer, the new Twisted Metal and Sonic Generations, and King Baby Duck and Blueonic review the demos for Red Faction: Battlegrounds and The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile. Finally Mr. Cuse takes a look at the artist Eric Hutchinson and the others give their opinion of the new album from m-flo/Teriyaki Boyz member VERBAL.

It all happens here on Episode 91: Three Men & A King Baby Duck!

Episode LXXIV: You Don’t Have To Reload A Sword

The Bastards are quite joyful this week, and it has nothing to do with the holidays. (That episode’s in two weeks.)

This week the B3 crew excitedly chat about the live return of two of their favorite bands, and one of King Baby Duck’s favorite anime series is hitting the big screen. Anvil shares his thoughts on sports, and the trio talk about the movie The Warrior’s Way. The video game nail’d is discussed more, and K.B.D. gives his two cents on the demos The Undergarden and Funky Lab Rat, Blueonic reviews the game Reload, previews the upcoming Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam and he and K.B.D. look at the demo for Unbound Saga.

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.

The video version:

Episode LXV: How Easy Was That A?

The Bastards are in no need of being saved. They’ve got enough protection as is!

This week the B3 crew discuss the new film Easy A, and why or why not it’s a chick flick. King Baby Duck and Blueonic cover the full games and demos of Worms 2: Armageddon, NBA Elite 11, Dead Rising: Case 0, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, Blade Kitten, MySims Sky Heroes, DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, and Blueonic and Anvil give their two cents on the arcade game Terminator Salvation. Plus Anvil reports on the week of sports, accuses a Blue Jay of steroid abuse and speaks his mind on the subject of degenerative brain disease.

The videocast:

Episode LXI: Blood, Sex & Violence on a Saturday Afternoon

The Bastards break the world record for “Most A.D.D. Moments In A Podcast Episode.”

This week the B3 crew welcome D-Rock to their crew, and discuss the new movie Takers and the new album from Apocalyptica (as well as their concert at the Royale). Next the King and D-Rock review the Flaming Lips cover album of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, and Pink Taco rants about her love for Mumford & Sons. Anvil and the rest of the crew choose their picks for UFC 118, and talk other various sports. Finally the crew puts their two-cents in on the video game Shank, and Blueonic looks back at the XBOX 360 game Darkest of Days.

Apologies in advance for the audio quality. Our current microphone does not work with the Mac, so hopefully by the next episode we’ll have one.

Episode LV: Mindfuck Monopoly 101 With Christopher Nolan

The Bastards have prepared a snack-sized version of their show for those with less time to listen (and need more time to dream).

This week Anvil discusses the week in sports, ranging from Celtics draft picks to the death of a Yankee legend. Plus all five B3 members give their take on the new Christopher Nolan film Inception, Dark Heart reviews The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Anvil & Pink Taco give their own opinions of Despicable Me.