144 Cursed!: May 8, 2009

71 minutes

Sad News: The passing of Bea Arthur, the patron saint of WCR. RD ponders what would have happened if Blade hadn't mentioned her in the first episode, perhaps making some sort of mirror universe podcast where they have actual wrestling talk and not discuss breakfast cereals and old TV shows that no one watches or remembers anymore.

This fine radio progrem seems to have some Curse - almost everyone from the pilot episode is dead in some way. Don Knotts is dead (for real this time), Johnny Carson has passed on (and so too has Ed McMahon after him), Get In The Ring Radio has gone off the air, Clumsy Girl is jobless and probably less clumsy, Leila "Naked Girl" Milani lost in the Diva Search, Christy Hemme was fired, Rob Conway's career has gone up the Conway, Jillian Hall's mole has vanished, there are no new Austin Powers movies for the time being (but Mike Myers still continues to make unfunny movies at our expense), L.O.D. has split, and the Boogeyman has been fired - twice. Thus RD and Blade are understandably concerned about Tom Wopat and Joyce DeWitt, both still alive but threatened by the scepter of death. Blade saw some John Schneider tape in a flea market so HE'S in threat too. (:07) As we remember Arthur through her Star Wars Holiday Special Blade wonders which Golden Girl he would most have sex with. That show's theme song is played. ("Thank You for Being a Friend")

Meanwhile we have the May Mayhem Sale going on during, well, May. (:13) There is some nostalgia about mailing actual physical letters or some such. RD wants to read from Apter mags every week. (:18) This week he took a TRIP for Business (:19) and during his trip saw a closed down Mix'n'Match Cereal restaurant. He also had to explain what Quisp was to the younger geeks/nerds/poindexters with him. Some cereal in Blade's past reminded him of/tasted like dog food, but he have no idea what it was. (Mystery solved, it's actually Kellogg's Cracklin' Bran.)

No Fan Fiction Theater today. (:24) Sir Alec is no-showing, and in his own hand-written letter pouts on his segment taken over on the earlier show, making him - surprise surprise - get drunk. Blade reads it to music of course, but not as Sir Alec unfortunately. As 'compensation' Jim Ross phones in (:27) He's angry over something or other as he usually is. As far as I can tell he's angry at Backlash making fun of him, he has an idea for a BBQ Man mascot for his franchise (with a weakness against vegans) and some random commentating gigs on Dolph Ziggler.

Obscure Wrestling News (:33) How would you like to get your own Tag Team Demolition Championship Belts delivered to you personally by Ax and Smash? Of course, that's if the thing actually sells, as of this writing there are no bids for the thing. I bet for just $1000 you could get them to deliver it to you with free pizza.

The recently laid off Billy Graham has returned to his Satanic self (:36) and sent another daemonic email to some Cauliflower Alley Club about some missing payment, and another to Vince about the copyright on his name. The Midnight Rose has a random cameo in Mil Mascaras' new movie (:43) and had a face-to-face encounter with the man. He's moving up! He promises another 'Big Announcement' for him to instantly forget about.

The HorseTrolla lifts the tail. (:45) Mickie James has a new clothing designer. Some discussion on what she wears. Blade bewilders RD as he normally does. Blade has a new favorite fan-made sign (on wwe.com): "I'd make Mickie sticky".

RD skips past the Question of the Week and summons Mike Check to try and cut off Blade from doing any more damage to the show (:48) The grizzled DJ is also very sad on the passing of Dom DeLuise. Weirdly enough RD mentioned him in his first cut promo. Also Don...Don Mason was once called "Domb" Sadly though Mike does not take Blade's requests to play some Human League. "Fascinating," says he in response. What's even more fascinating is he briefly mentions the new TNA Women's Champion, Angelina Love, and he almost breaks down giggling. Nice professionalism going there Mike. Remind me again how many years of experience you have? He plays The Ohio Express for us. Thank God, the Tee Hee Tickle Party is back for a few fleeting moments!

No doubt using this fine site of Iggy's and mine, we learn that around now would be the one year Anniversary of Johnny Six's 'mishap', and that he was the longest running TNA correspondent for about four months (:59) Blade wants to see if Mike will break that record (he's currently at three). Does RD need to break out the ClockTrolla for this? (Assuming it still works.)

Current Wrestling News (:62) A new Allied Powers DVD is out. Blade's Mike McGuirk impression is dubbed over some alluring remix of Lex Luger's and Davey Boy Smith's themes. Blade wants to review the DVD's Demolition tribute. Linda Hogan wants more money as protection from Hulk, (:65)that greedy cow - labelled pun fully intended! Some talk on Tyler Mane. RD reverses his greasy stance on Maryse.

Seventeen Syllables about Jared on RAW:
Jared and Miss James.
Fuck Subway. Mickie still has
me thinking Arby's.

2 comments:

Empire Hancock said...

Was this the episode where Angry Jim Ross got beeped for something he said about Michael Cole? I'm still wondering what he said. My guess: "faggot." I could see RD going back to beep that, hoping not to offend anyone.

Empire Hancock said...

Ok, I guess that was on the 5/22/09 episode, but still.