It’s game time! Tonight, we chat about the old and new game we currently are playing, discuss Nintendo’s recently-announced Wii U, and share the latest in urinal game technology. Yes, you read that correctly. Along the way, we tackle Cavebabble Facebook comments, listener email, and a new addition to the Cavebabble Eats Odd Things series: Rose-flavored gum from Japan . This episode is brought to you by Two Years Ago.
We continue to prepare for our crossover episodes with Subject: Cinema by watching the kung fu “epic” Deadly Duo. As usual, the titles of these Chinese martial arts movies often have little to do with the actual plot. By the end, I still wasn’t sure which characters were the deadly duo, since for the most part there were at least four characters being randomly attacked throughout the movie. I can verify they were deadly, though, so at least half the title is true.
Yeti. Sasquatch. Chupacabras. Kappa. Tonight, we face these legends, and four of the horrible films based on them. Four legends. Four films. Four Babblers. It’s fate! This episode is brought to you by Feel Our Pain.
I love my family. We still do nearly everything together, and now and then they really crack me up. We hit Columbia yesterday to see the latest Pirates movie (average at best), and while we cruised the streets, Courtney had her MP3 player plugged into the car’s system, blaring 40s and 50s music of all things. We rolled the windows down, and shared the cheese with the world. There’s something special about rocking to Rum and Coca Cola. It’s just not something you expect a 17-yr-old to have on
In 1951, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz joined forces to produce one the most endearing and enduring American television shows in history, I Love Lucy. Tonight, we take a look at this iconic television program, and what made both it and Lucille Ball so popular. Along the way, we also cover tornadoes, read email, and even share a cookie recipe or two. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Eeeww.