Ep. 62: Scream/I Know What You Did Last Summer

The Clown Princes of Saturday are back with another installment of the Six Weeks of Horror: this week, we tackle SCREAM and I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER! Also, talking New York Comic Con and some “This Week In Funko Pop” where Joe tries to track down all his NYCC exclusives! Rick and Morty and the return of szechuan sauce at McDonald’s! George Foreman vs. Steven Seagal! Gomez vs. Pixie Stix! Jennifer Love Hewitt’s boobs! And more! Listen on all formats and remember to subscribe, rate and review!

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Taxing Thoughts: WCW Monday Nitro Premiere Episode! 9/4/1995

I’m the Abominable CPA (@cpawrestles on most social platforms): independent wrestling superstar*, and emotional punching bag to the massive men and women I lock horns with in armories and high school gyms around the country.

* for formalities more than anything else

We return to the way-back machine to the September 4th, 1995 first ever episode of WCW Monday Nitro, hosted by our Saturday Night specials: Eric Bischoff and Steve ‘Mongo’ McMichael, from the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota!

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Taxing Thoughts: WCW Saturday Night 8/19/1995

I’m the Abominable CPA: independent wrestling superstar*, and emotional punching bag to the massive men and women I lock horns with in armories and high school gyms around the country.

* for formalities more than anything else

I’m a huge fan of all things WCW, and asked Joe and Gomez to give me a platform to educate the masses on the likes of the Gambler, ‘Hole In One’ Barry Darsow, and the Dungeon of Doom.

I’ll warn you that this is not a ‘review’ of the show, per se, as there are enough uninitiated voices who are all too willing to review shows for the purpose of trashing them, or deciding whether their contemporary view of what wrestling is supposed to be deems the shows worthy of viewership. It is simply me revisiting a simpler time when wrestling was fun and wrestling television more resembled the things we all grew to know and love about our fine sport. Plus, pro wrestlers shouldn’t be critiquing shows publicly, because they look like silly billys when they do.

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