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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 422… This is a short one, kids, because this seemed like a week for the Flopcast to mostly shut up. The plan is to get back to our usual silliness next time. Meanwhile, pay attention. Be careful. Get to work. Episode 422 complete show notes and links at
Flopcast episode 421! It’s our third and final show covering Saturday morning TV from four decades ago, and we’ve arrived at NBC. The network offered an odd cartoon lineup in 1980, consisting almost entirely of reruns! Even Godzilla and his tricky pal Godzooky were in reruns at this point, along
Flopcast episode 420! Chickentown is still locked down, for the safety of humans and poultry alike. But as we learn in this week’s Chickens in the News segment, citizens of Louisiana are dealing with a crazed non-social distancing chicken, and we love it. Also: Creepy mannequins are enjoying some fine
Flopcast episode 419! We’re continuing our look at the Saturday morning cartoon landscape forty years ago, but we’re changing the channel to see what was happening on CBS. (Sorry, no remote control, kids. Gotta get off the couch and turn the stupid knob.) CBS ran a bunch of Filmation shows
Flopcast episode 418! It’s the Flopcast 8th Anniversary Spectacular! (And yes, we’re lying about the “spectacular” part.) Including: Some fascinating Flopcast stats (now we’re lying about the “fascinating” part), a baffling look back at some of our weirder episode titles (“Hillbilly Burrito”… why?), an update from Flopcast Superfan Bob, and
Flopcast episode 417! Grab a bowl of Cookie Crisp; you’re gonna need it. The plan is to discuss every Saturday morning cartoon from way back in 1980, even if it takes three episodes (one for each network). We’re starting with ABC, whose Saturday morning lineup included Super Friends (with evil robot space
Flopcast episode 416! It’s another week in Chickentown Lockdown… so Kevin and Kornflake are playing weird secret online games with their weird secret online friends, Niki Luparelli is entertaining the world from her kitchen, Jay Leno is distracted by Kevin’s t-shirt, and a trip into the Pudding Pages leads to
Flopcast episode 415! We’re back for another round of the dumb game we invented last week, Trapped in the House. (This is the most timely we’ve ever been on the Flopcast… by about thirty years.) Kornflake is in charge this time, forcing Kevin to choose his quarantine roommates from a
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Flopcast episode 414! This week we’re starting with even more TV talk, as Kornflake is reunited with her long lost Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Meanwhile Kevin recounts what is probably, hopefully, the most bizarre episode of The Love Boat ever. And you’d better believe Janet Jackson and a robot duplicate of Isaac the
Flopcast episode 413! In these weird scary times, we’re keeping the Flopcast short, simple, and (hopefully) silly, as we review our latest trapped-in-the-house activities. Kornflake has been checking out music from Vance Gilbert, Jim Infantino, They Might Be Giants, and Carbon Leaf… and she also invented a goofy potato game.