Flopcast episode 196! Kevin and Kornflake check out the new MarsCon Dementia Track fundraiser album, and you should too. (Warning: Contains goofy songs by The Sponge Awareness Foundation, and lobster songs by Kornflake!) Also: Astronaut Cady Coleman has a space flute, we have mixed feelings about a new ninth planet
Live from Chickentown, Kevin and Kornflake sip nasty black coffee and talk about silly & geeky things.
Frequent subjects include: Saturday morning cartoons, Dr. Demento-style funny music, TV and movies of the 1970s and 1980s, comic books, classic video games, and, uh, chickens. (We like chickens.) There’s also lots of convention talk, as we regularly attend DragonCon, MarsCon, and other nerdy gatherings. We’re frightened and confused. Join us!
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Flopcast episode 195! Kevin and Kornflake are full of excuses this week, because somebody decided “excuses” should be the subject of this week’s Top 4 ½ List. (We won’t name any names, except for the name “Kornflake.”) Some of our favorite excuses come from Steve Martin, Marcia Brady, the Blues
Flopcast episode 194! After a three year absence, Kevin and Kornflake went creeping back to Arisia! (A science fiction convention on the Boston waterfront in mid-January… this is how we eliminate the weaker nerds from the pack.) Kornflake was there on Saturday, and enjoyed a game of Munchkin, a Princess
Flopcast episode 193! We have a quick show for you this week, because we’re sleepy, and Kornflake keeps spilling the coffee. In our “Chickens in the News” segment: It has been suggested that in order to sustain the human population, we should shrink everyone down to the size of chickens.
Flopcast episode 192! It’s time for a Flopcast-style look back at those we lost in 2015. The Mayor of Chickentown joins Kevin and Kornflake as we recall some of our favorite recently-departed actors, musicians, writers, artists… and maybe even the guy who invented plastic pink flamingos. Including: Stars from The
Flopcast episode 191! We’re kicking off the new year with one more convention report from the old year! Northeast Comic Con featured the stars of A Christmas Story; a round of Press Your Luck (No Whammies!) with Big Bucks Entertainment; legendary comic book artist George Pérez; TV Guidance Counselor with
Flopcast episode 190! It’s our final Flopcast of 2015! Almost time to flop over and relax! We celebrate with the return of Kornflake’s regular National Whatever Day segment, in which we learn why paper snowflakes can be disgusting. (You’re welcome!) Then Kevin reports on last month’s Super Megafest convention, featuring
Flopcast episode 189! Happy Holidays from The Flopcast, where we hide our toys inside rubber chickens, so the Burgermeister won’t find them. This week Ed joins us again, to talk about yet another pre-Sponge Awareness Foundation project: his goofy 1989 college band, Wet Paint! We look back on this short-lived
Flopcast episode 188! This week we’re joined by a special surprise guest (it was certainly a surprise to Kornflake): Ed, of The Sponge Awareness Foundation! (That’s Kevin’s old comedy band, which you probably knew already, because we’re super-famous.) And we’re talking about 1988, which was the year Ed put together
Flopcast episode 187! Kevin and Kornflake’s ill-conceived trip back through the 80s brings us to 1987! It was the year Debbie Gibson taught us to shake our love — a practice which is illegal in most states these days. Kornflake reminds us of the 1987 debut of the San Francisco-based
Flopcast episode 186 — this week our excruciating ten-part look at the 80s brings us to 1986! ‘Twas the year we danced on the ceiling, had fun tonight, and were rocked by Amadeus (which explains the headache we’ve had for the last thirty years). Kornflake tells us about the 1986
Flopcast episode 185! We’re halfway through our court-ordered ten-episode celebration of the 80s, which means it’s time to talk about 1985. Kornflake has a song by Passion Pit (not from 1985, but still thematically appropriate… well played, Kornflake). Meanwhile Kevin selects the classic Pat Benatar-meets-Supergirl film The Legend of Billie