In the finale of our inagural podcast season, we learn about a new demographic we never considered for our audience, we insert ourselves into horror film scenarios, and we have way too many discussions involving urine. Thanks again for all the support and e-mails over these first 12 episodes. As always, please send us your questions to email@example.com or hit us up on Twitter @RealMenIssues. Leave us a review on iTunes so we shoot up the charts and get big enough that Guy Fieri will be a guest.
A well overdue discussion of the Air Bud and Land Before Time film franchises kicks off this week's episode. We also dive into special instances that would instantly end sporting events, and each person's airplane seating preferences. Be sure to send us questions you want answered either on Twitter @RealMenIssues or you can e-mail us(apparently while using a strange nom de plume) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Two man crew this week with John and Corbin off at a wedding(not their wedding, just a mutual friend's). Some good hypothetical discussions with somehow all of them ending up with someone being in the nude. Special guest appearance from our favorite soldier Mark in the final segment. Thank you for your service both to this country and more importantly, this podcast.
The guest stars came out in full force this week to help us discuss everything from what food to pick for the rest of your life to what fictional characters would make the best parents. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @RealMenIssues, or e-mail us at email@example.com if you have any problems you need solved
We tackle a serious relationship question this week...as well as how many clones it would take to kill a rhino, and the terminal velocity of a chicken nugget. So pretty much this is a typical episode. Be sure to send us questions via Twitter @RealMenIssues or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're back! Fresh off a holiday break we dive right into a way too long discussion about super heroes, Adam's poor attempt at a new segment, and how to deal with elderly who want to kill you. Apologies for the audio issues on this one, but at least you have the ability to hear cause some people can't even do that, so be grateful.
The far too long superhero discussion is from 33:20-48:49 if you want to just skip over that part.
How would you defend yourself against an immortal snail? Could you fend off a teleporting tiger? Do you love your wife or your mom more? This week we tackle these topics, plus all you need to know about the impending zombie apocalypse.
Can anyone run for mayor? What would the human equivalent of cat litter be? How many already existing products can Clayton invent? Do kids who love fast cars supercede traffic signs? All this, plus a very conveniently timed discussion of the 2017 eclipse.
This week we discuss how outmatched we would be at professional sports, Mike Tyson ramifications, babies that turn into muffins, and a gritty reboot of everyone's favorite talking produce films. I guess you could say we have all our bases covered. Thanks to Luster for letting us use their song "You've Got the Heat". Go check them out immediately or your baby will turn into a muffin.
How would you sell something on the dark web? Is time traveling really worth it? Is your past or future more valuable? Did Adam Sandler get it right in the hit film "Click"? Which cereal mascot could best lead a country? Buckle up everyone, this ride gets bumpy.
Time codes if you want to jump around:
4:40 - 12:45 Selling the Hope diamond
12:48 - 22:29 Time traveling inventions
22:43 - 31:57 Most valuable body part
32:03 - 37:05 Losing your past or future
37:06 - 40:39 Undo time vs. copy and paste
40:41 - 51:05 Cereal mascot world leaders