Help! The Christmas spirit is fading away! Puppies are being nabbed off the streets! Late-Playstation-era CGI is running rampant! Christopher Lloyd and Richard Kind need a paycheck! This sounds like a job for none other than our LSP favorites: The Buddies. The 2009 straigt-to-DVD “Santa Buddies,” to be precise. Get ready to JO w/ ur bros, Lonestarinos, it’s time for a children’s Christmas movie. Brought to you by your gin and egg nog addled Uncle Greg.
In the spirit of holiday cheer, Evil Villain Krampus Lone Star Host Ben is replaced by Benevolent Heroic Christlike Guest Host Larry to talk holiday-themed fast food with Where Am I Right Now Host Alex. The father/son duo brave the Fatburger Turkey Cranberry Burger, IHOP Jolly Cakes, Coca Cola Cinnamon, Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry (yes, they too don’t quite know what “winter spice” is), and the Doghaus Turducken Dog. Tune in to find out which one of these food items doesn’t absolutely suck! It might not be the one you think. Brought to you by… nobody. When Ben is gone, so goes the money.
We did this twice. We stopped doing it. And by, um, popular demand, we’re doing it again, baby!! Join Ben and Alex as they take a break from their usual garbage programming to bring you… more garbage programming! Today on tap: New Yorkers laying on their horns, Tik Tok influencers, fluoride, lectins, Counterstrike, and falling on your sword for centrism in 2019. At the end of the episode, our Lone Star Hosts share a special moment you won’t want to miss! Brought to you by Bernie Sanders.
OooooooOOOOOoooooooooOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooo. Verrrrry spoookkkkkyyyyy (iiiffff you’re literallllyyyy threee years ooOOooolllddd liiikeee MoooOOoooRRrrrggGaaannn)!!! There’s cErEaL and CaPiTaLiSm and pOp-Up books and nAuGhTy wOrDs galore in this fRiGhTeNiNg episode of the pod!!! Brought to you by Pennywise the Clown >:)
In the whimsical world of so-bad-it’s-good cinema, we at the Lone Star Podcast tip our hats to the greats: Wiseau’s infamous “The Room,” Fragasso’s prequel-less “Troll 2,” Warner’s 0% Tomatometer-awarded “Manos: The Hands of Fate…” the list goes on. Among the grand devisors of these insufferable cult classics lives a titan by the name of Neil Breen. For the last decade, Breen has gifted the world with a panoply of true Lone Star content. Today, Alex and Ben will guide you through his awful, wonderful, baffling masterpiece(ofsh*t), “Fateful Findings.” Hide your laptops and your daughters, folks–Breen has no mercy for either. Brought to you by global warming.
You are podcast listen to?Haha, sorry, no way!Come and Vrooooom in the Night Sky to friends Alex and Ben will be there.Badder than the baddest game on Nintendo Switch, 17% Metacritic, oh no!!Collect bikes now and press B to go, Lonestarinos!Big special surprise at end of fun podcast?Whoa, you need to find out today!Bringing by to you Game Juice.
Y’all know what time it is, Lonestarinos. On today’s premium content jubilee, the boys talk about Tora (the band, not to be confused with the scripture), Jack Stauber, Star Realms, Nederland CO, Rochester NY, NPR’s Laura Sullivan, cookies (yes, cookies), student debt cancellation, and Dragon Quest Builders 2. Brought to you by Ye Olde Skleeble.
It’s 2002. You’re in a Sharper Image. You’re getting over a recent break-up. Phil Collins’ brand new comeback album, “Testify,” comes on over the speakers. You remain uninspired. You sit in a massage chair–decide you’ll wait until you get a bigger place before you buy it. You leave. Flash forward 17 years: you sit down and listen to the Lone Star Podcast. Alex and Ben give voice to your moment of ennui from that dark time. We cannot feel it coming in the air tonight, folks. Brought to you by… nothing. Nobody. Nothingness.
Your favorite Garbage Voyagers embark on a most daring journey into the depths of online, fan-made choose your own adventure games. They’re joined by Dumpster Dilettante John Zdrojeski as they brave the high seas, 19th century London, and a… beehive? Brought to you by socks and good music.
It’s our 20th episode!! Let’s celebrate by talking about the finer things, such as Muse, Zelda, Charlie Kaufman, Name of the Wind, Maximum Fun, The Love Below, and… each other (awww). Parting the Curtain™: This episode was recorded the day LeBron James went to Los Angeles. Brought to you by GoGurt (not really, though).