Flooping the Pig – Episode 83: “Larry”

Brad, JUSTIN, and Kevin are to discuss “Wizard City”, the fourth and final Adventure Time “Distant Lands” episode. They discuss how episode ordering may have sabotaged the episode, and if and how it fits Adventure Time at large.

Discussions of Adventure Time’s next television project leads to overall discussions of television trends in general, which somehow leads to pro wrestling. Check out the last Floop for a little bit!

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Jerome and Kevin Present: Brockmire (Season 1)

Jerome and Kevin return this month to discuss another comedy, IFC’s Brockmire. They break the first season down and discuss podcasts. Just remember. It’s like the radio, but it’s not on the radio.

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Flooping the Pig – Episode 82: “Death”

The third Distant Lands reunites the two main characters in the Dead Worlds, with cameos and easter eggs aplenty. Brad, JUSTIN, and Kevin discuss the episode, if Adventure Time utilizes fan service the “right” way, New Death, general musings and inquiries from Brad, and the return of the #SnailSearch! Check out what could be the penultimate FTP episode!

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Jerome and Kevin Present – Episode 1: Barry (Season 1)

As Jerome and Kevin bide their time until Better Call Saul Season 6, they turn to a show that in some respects is a “reverse Breaking Bad.” HBO’s dark comedy “Barry” explores the life of a bored assassin whose lust for a “regular” life is sparked by a visit to Los Angeles, and (some very dark) hilarity ensues!

Jerome and Kevin discuss Bill Hader, how they discovered the show, and go through the first Season episode by episode. Throughout the discussion they sing the praises of Henry Winkler, Stephen Root, D’Arcy Carden and Anthony Carrigan, talk about how some of the more understated acting makes for the best moments, and the problematic nature of some character choices, especially with hindsight! 

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There’s Always Another Podcast: Episode 3

Jerome and Kevin continue their journey through AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, covering the penultimate season of the show which has moved from the setting of Dallas to the more apropos San Francisco.

Jerome and Kevin discuss the strength of the ensemble cast, cover some of the best moments and episodes of the series, the good and bad of the time jumps, and Kevin makes two bold predictions for the final season of the show.

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There’s Always Another Podcast: Episode 2

Jerome and Kevin continue their journey through AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire with Episode 2 of There’s Always Another Podcast.

Jerome and Kevin discuss the show morphing from a showcase for Lee Pace into an ensemble cast in its second season, both with success, some growing pains, and a notably weak addition to the cast. Jerome even retcons a Season 1 blunder! 

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Flooping the Pig – Episode 81: “Larvo”

For the second Distant Lands, Adventure Time gave us a glance into the past and future of Marceline and Princess Bubblegum’s relationship. Brad, JUSTIN, and Kevin discuss the episode, their overall thoughts, and the surprise appearance of some other characters and what they think that could mean.

Additionally, the hosts discuss the first season of Bravest Warriors, another Pendleton Ward led cartoon that aired on Cartoon Network and later VRV. How does it compare to Adventure Time and will other seasons be discussed in future Floop episodes?

Finally, the hosts talk about some of the current animated television they have been watching in between Distant Land viewings. Check it out.

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Reel Bad – A Breaking Bad Podcast: Episode 12 (Better Call Saul Season 5)

The fifth season of Better Call Saul may be the best yet, and Jerome and Kevin break down why.

A long discussion of the characters and stories leads to some gushing over some of the series’ top episodes, and bellyaching over the Emmy snubs of Bob Odenkirk and especially Rhea Seehorn. Some old Breaking Bad characters make some first time appearances as well, and we see some characters going down the darker paths that will lead them to their Breaking Bad destination.

With the show’s final season in abeyance, Kevin and Jerome lay down some Season 6 predictions to end the episode, and reveal their next project. Don’t worry, Reel Bad will wrap up whenever Season 6 is released!

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Reel Bad – A Breaking Bad Podcast: Episode 10 (Better Call Saul Season 3)

As “Reel Bad” enters double digit episodes, Jerome and Kevin explore the most robust season of Better Call Saul to date.

The return of a beloved Breaking Bad character shakes up things in the Albuquerque drug scene, causing problems with the Salamanca family and causing Nacho to make some difficult choices when Hector’s orders begin to affect his family. Jimmy’s relationship with his brother Chuck turns ugly in the wake of Jimmy learning Chuck taped their encounter at the end of Season 2.

This leads to a battle in court, and one of the hosts favorite episodes of the entire series. Meanwhile, Kim is burning the candle at both ends to make her solo career work. Finally, as Jimmy looks to help make ends meet, we see him inch ever closer to his Breaking Bad fate.

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Flooping the Pig – Episode 80: “Hugo”

The HBO Max streaming service launched in May of 2020. It was announced that the service would revive Adventure Time as a new series called “Distant Lands”, which as of now is set to contain four forty minute-ish stand-alone episodes. The first of those four episodes, titled “BMO”, dropped in June 2020, which Brad, JUSTIN, and Kevin review in today’s episode. They discuss the episode itself, including their likes and dislikes, their thoughts on doing a prequel, and the possibilities of what the events in this episode could have on the remaining Distant Lands episodes. They also talk about how it does or doesn’t correlate to the Cartoon Network show.


The gang then discusses Pendleton Ward’s Netflix animated series “The Midnight Gospel.” The hosts have some conflicting thoughts on this very bizarre show, easily the most adult and difficult piece to be featured on FTP.

Flooping the Pig is going on hiatus until the second Distant Lands episode, “Obsidian”, is released, and at this time has no release date. Thanks for your patronage, and we’ll see you again for Episode 81!

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