5 Episodes tagged : justin rupple
This is a heated Riffin here, kids. Justin Rupple returns to regale us of his tales as an actor chef for a commercial, which somehow briefly touches on the Manti Te'o scandal, thereby leading us down a heated debate road of the media, the world, the psychology of the brain, and a number of uncomfortable moments. We round it out on happier subjects, including the discussion of the open-letter proposal for a McWorld.
Jam-packed with almost 3 solid hours of riffin', we just couldn't let the riff drop when Justin Rupple rolls through. We start with a discussion about Blackuary Blackriffin', and some highlights from the early 90s era of hip-hop, while Mitcz remembers an alternate world of music videos that Teddy & Justin think are made up. We talk about gay marriage, Pinterest, censorship, the loss of privacy, sites like IsAnyoneUp.com, the children of the future, Teddy building his empire, and... SO much more.
With Teddy out of town this week, comedian Justin Rupple comes in to riff with Mitcz. Justin and Mitcz talk about their "man date" on Saturday night, including Justin making Mitcz blush from a heaping of praise. The conversation moves towards a discussion about the attractiveness of performers, and what all men would ideally want in life. We discuss actresses who avoid nude scenes and how the digital age is tricking us, and lastly Mitcz tells a story that shocks Justin into silence. Not for the squeamish.
Justin Rupple returned for a proper Straight Riffin' episode, since we had issues last time. This time around, we cover everything from Creed and the ridiculousness of Scott Stapp to 70s-era ads in High Times to Gay Marriage being legalized in New York. Also, we discuss a hypothetical question about private fantasies, some disgusting goings-on at a Yoga festival, and a number of grim and/or serious political topics. Might be our least silly episode yet.
We took this episode down, because the audio quality was piss-poor, and the first half of the show was (unfortunately) not recorded. The resulting episode was leftover bits from an "industry-style" discussion about stand-up comedy, joke theft, and things like that. All in all, not as entertaining as we'd like and being a young podcast as we are, we'd prefer this episode doesn't count as a negative mark against us. Perhaps it will return one day, but most likely we'll just have Justin Rupple return for another show soon and we'll give you a better episode.