When you’re going to bring up things like offensive board games and house partying bros, then you have to bring in our favorite guests, Nate and Greg. Now, with even more Craig!
Guests are plentiful
It’s raining guests as Brian and Mel welcome Greg Dziadosz, Nathan Johnson, and newcomer Craig Wilkinson. Things start off going off the rails almost immediately. There’s little that can be said to explain this introduction which bounces between North Korea, #NaPodPoMo, and former host Robert Poe. If you can figure out the thread that ties those things together, you’re a better man than I.
From bad to Public Assistance
Brian brings to the attention of the group the board game known as Public Assistance. This game was created in the 80’s and has offensive rules and manages to leave no group of people untouched by offensive statements and ideas. The group goes over and comments on the basic rules of the game and some of the available bonus/penalty cards. This is the point at which we are introduced to “boat people.”
The games gets worse
Thanks to an article from the Atlanta Black Star, we discuss even further offensive board games. The less said about this the better. As terrible as we have been/can be, these went too far even for Simple Nate and the rest of us.
This Week in BS – Epic Bro-Down
Only one story this week and it includes a couple of videos from a City Council meeting in Los Angeles.
The gang wraps things up by discussing Jerry Lewis’ unreleased film, The Day the Clown Cried. And then things get even worse. We’re sorry. Everyone in attendance loves everyone unconditionally. We promise.
See you next week for our Christmas episode! Guests, songs, and lots of Christmas fun!
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