One of the more underrated movies in the last five years is Hot Tub Time Machine. The ensemble of Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Clark Duke and John Cusack was simply awesome.
Even without Cusack, the sequel looks to entertain and leave you with lines to repeat to your friends for years to come. Think “Great White Buffalo“.
If you are a baseball fan then there are certain things you know to be true.
Like hot dogs always taste better at the ballpark and peanuts are a must at every game. Also, you know that you never, ever, under any circumstance mention a no-hitter or perfect game while in progress. You just don’t. The players won’t even talk to a pitcher who is bidding for one.
Frank Caliendo was on Mike and Mike this morning and has gifted to us the best thing you will watch today. His Shawshank Redemption-like narration of LeBron James “Coming Home” letter is probably the best Morgan Freeman impersonation you will hear.
This week’s Hump Day Hottie is Jordan Carver and God bless this young woman because I am sure she tips over a lot.
Jordan is a glamour model from the UK who has been seen in the pages of one of our favorite publications, ZOO Magazine (NSFW-ish). Born in Germany with Italian decent, Jordan has been living the good old US of A for a little while now.
Thunder Treats Podcast Episode 079: DiNunz Hosts, Acro-naming, Things You Hate At Concerts, Is Cleveland Doomed, Fart Bottle Roulette & More Urban Dictionary Trivia
Welcome to episode 79 of the Thunder Treats Podcast! I came home to find DiNunz sitting on my back porch with a notepad taking notes for the podcast. Obviously, since Lydell and I hate to prepare, we handed the hosting reigns over to DiNunz. As usual, he delivered as only he can. We even dusted off the classic DiNunz intro.
We had a busy weekend. We came up with a nice, new bar game for all you degenerates to play and we are sure you will love it.
The White Panda kicked off a week full of new music by going back to their roots with this vocal edit of Flume’s “Insane”. It’s a smooth remix that is worth a few listens back-to-back.
While The White Panda is moving into original content and remixes like so many mash-up artists have, they will still be delivering their sample based music that made them who they are.
The all seeing eyes of TMZ recently caught up with the Velvet Teddybear Ruben Studdard and found out an interesting fact about one of his biggest hits.
It was co-written by former Cleveland Indian Kenny Lofton.
Studdard told the photog that Kenny Lofton did serious writing work on the hit “What If” from his 2003 album “Soulful”.