In this episode we discuss the wildly popular Netflix film, "Making a Murderer", about Steven Avery and his mildly retarded nephew, Brendan Dassey.
When that segment is over we have an exclusive interview from the Green Bay Correctional Facility with Brendan. We "reached out" to Steven Avery but he told us he does not do interviews until after he gets his appeal.
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We're back and fresh as daisies for Season 4 of Checked Out. We've got big plans for this year on the show which might include some changes, but we need your help to do some of it! Listen to find out why.
One of those changes requires us to curb our language a bit and structure the show better. Why? Well, we've targeted NJ101.5 and WDHA in New Jersey. Not in a bad way. Rather, we've set our sights on getting ourselves on one of their airwaves. Even if it's at 3am. We're just too good at this to not get paid. Plus we love it and miss taking callers. So how will we curb our language? With self-discipline. And when that doesn't work, Mario the Millennial will shock the cursing cast member with a shock collar. BUT there's a caveat. You have to show us that you want to hear us get shocked. How? By going here and buying one or all three of the shock collars for us.
Oh, by the way, we also welcome Mario the Millennial who, in true Millennial fashion, showed up…
The shock collars have arrived with all thanks going to Matt for having the great idea to create a wishlist and then come up with a way to, not only, entertain the fans, but, also, discover who the most sadistic fan is. That fan is none other than Superfan Mark. Thanks, Mark for buying the collars for us. And as an added bonus, these collars helped us discover that the real masochist on the show is Jimmy the Italian. There's no rule saying you have to put the shock collar on your balls, James. Oh and, by the way, if you use those things on your dog, you're an asshole. They hurt like a mother
We also discuss the hurt we feel that our interview with Kevin MacLeod looks more like an afterthought on his website (www.incompetech.com) than anything he is proud to have done. The sad part is, our interview with him was 20 times more entertaining. But we still love Kevin MacLeod and can't wait to have him on again.
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It's fitting and totally accidental that we do a show about a film right on the heels of Warren Beatty's gaffe at The Oscars and Bill Paxton's death. In this episode, writer/director Anthony Germinario talks filmmaking and his directorial debut "Bad Frank". This is a great interview for aspiring filmmakers. And, on a sad note, we bid a fond farewell to our resident Millennial, Mario. Yes, between being offered a promotion at work, school, the distance to the studio and having turned 21, he just has no time for the show anymore. So this is his last episode. Good-bye, little bird. Fly far, far away and spread your seed and urine wherever you can! We will never forget youCOIJ is produced by the New Jersey Podcast Guys. www.njpodcastguys.com
We will be in Gettysburg from Sept 13-15. While there we will be recording the first two episodes of season 3. If you are in the Gettysburg area and want exposure for your business, send us an email in the contact box at the top of the righthand margin. But the catch is that you or someone associated with you has to come on and be able to "hang" while talking about the business. In other words, have a good sense of humor. 😀
People Love to Choose Sides. Lines Are Drawn, and Debates are Had. Listen in as the guys discuss something near and dear to them: Breasts. Specifically the #NormalizeBreastFeeding campaign. Do you have an opinion? Please Share by leaving a Comment...you know you want to...
Next the Boys ask the age old question: What Would You Do? They discuss the ABC Television show "What Would You Do?" with John Quinones. Hear Matt and Pete tell what they would do, but the final answer comes when they learn WWJD: What Would "Jimmy the Italian" Do. The bigger question is What Would our Listeners Do? Leave a Comment Below.
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Dontcha hate it when adults get more excited about Halloween? Arntcha bewildered how every single costume for an adult female is the slut version of what it's supposed to be? Or dontcha shake your head in shame that our society has created such a thing as "Trunk or Treat"? Really? all that stuff bothers you too? Wow, you're just as much a curmudgeon as Matt, Pete and Jimmy. This episode is for you. Now, the new tradition on Checked Out is to have the last segment of every Monday show be "News Potpourri". Once again, however, Pete goofed and we lost the news potpourri segment. Luckily, while recording episode 311, Matt had the foresight to record a segment discussing Jared from Subway's phone sex tape as played on Dr. Phil even though there was no time for it in episode 311. His genius, once again, has paid off. The last segment of this episode discusses Jared from Subway's disgusting phone sex tape with an equally disgusting heifer. Music CreditsAll…