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Every year we have done the 12 Days of Christmas we have managed to slot in an episode of "The Simpsons". This year we look at season 11 episode 9 "The Grift of The Magi", which for a Christmas epsiode, really isn't that Christmasy.

Sure, it still has all the absurd humour we'd expect, plus the added bonus of Gary Coleman as guest star, however the biggest laughs come from the non-Christmas set up.

 

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Have we got a treat for today! For Day 4 we go back, way back, all the way to the year 1970 before our hosts, and most of our fans, were even born. This show was so long ago it's even in black and white!

Starring Reg Varney as bus driver, Stan and Stephen Lewis as Inspector Blake, it's the "Christmas Duty" episode of "On The Buses". However, don't let the age fool you, so far this has been our pick of the bunch.

 

 

 

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Slightly burned by yesterday's effort, today we go back to the classic days of the sitcom with this episode from 1982, as we look at Season 5 Episode 12 of "Diff'rent Strokes" called "Santa's Helper".

There is a slight callback to "2 Broke Girls" though, as Garrett Morris guest stars as a street Santa who befriends Arnold, but things aren't exactly as they seem.

 

 

 

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For the second of our 12 days of Christmas comedies, today we looked at the Season 4 2 Broke Girls episode titled "And A Loan For Christmas".

Both of us were fans of the series but kinda dropped off somewhere along the way before getting to season four. Watching this ep made us realise the codemy writers for the show probably did too.

Somewhere between the racial stereotypes, not-at-all subtle innuendo and forced punchlines there is a Christmas story hiding somewhere here, but hey, they can't all be winners can they?

 

 

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It's that time of year again, when the decorations are up, the shops are starting to get crazy and the boys embark on their annual 12 Days of Christmas mini episodes.

This year we have pick twelve Christmas episodes of sit-coms, and seeing as we mentioned it recently when talking about "The Young Ones", we're starting with the "Bottom" episode from Season 2, "Holy".

We also start a Christmas tropes tick sheet to work out exactly how Christmasy each epsiode will be.

 

 

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We've made it to the end of the alphabet, so what better way to celebrate Z than with an ex-James Bond getting about in a zapata moustache, wearing thigh-high boots and a red leather nappy.

That's right, this epsiode we look at John Boorman's 1974 cult classic, "Zardoz" starring Sean Connery as Zed, and wizard with a drawn-on beard, and featuring some of the strangest scenes to ever hit the silver screen.

We also look back at the past 26 epsiodes and our favourite topics we covered along the way.

 

 

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With the end of the alphabet drawing nearer, this episode we look at the letter Y, and the British comedy series, “The Young Ones”, which coincidently originally aired 35 years ago this month.

We look at the a few of our favourite episodes, discuss who are favourite characters were, the famous faces that turned up, what the actors did after the series finished, and even touch on the mysterious fifth housemate.

And, based on the fact that they were voted in as the 31st best British Sit-Com in a 2004 BBC poll, we also look at some of the other shows that made the list.

 

 

 

 

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Seeing as we have both had our Xbox One's for twelve months now, we thought that the X for the A to Z would be a good change for us to talk about them.

We cover what games we've played, the apps we use, what we like and what we don't like about the system.

 

 

 

 

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For anyone that knows us, they know we both really love wrestling, however if we were to try and cover it in an episode it would end up being a very long one, so we narrowed it down a little by combining it with our other great love.

So, with that being said, this episode we bring you the letter W and Wrestling video games!

We give bit of a run down of our history playing wrestling games, briefly talk about some of the vast array of games out there, and then Joe goes indepth with three of his favourite game series: the WWE 2k games, the run of mainly N64 titles developed by the AKI corporation, and The Fire Pro Wrestling series.

 

 

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Every now and then we cover a topic we thought we knew a lot about until it comes time to actually talk about it, and this is one of those episodes.

As the A to Z nears the end, the letter V finds us talking "Voltron" from the cartoons beginings in the 80's,  the 3D computer generated "Third Dimension" in the 90s, and on to the latest Dreamworks series airing on Netflex. We even manage to chat a little bit about the various toylines too.

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October 5, 2017

Episode 80 - U is for UHF!

We've made it to the letter U, and after toying with the idea of covering everybody's favourite pre-mix cans, UDL's, we instead look at the 1989 "Weird Al" Yankovic feature film, "UHF".

Both Mitch and Joe were big fans of this as youngsters, so was a lot of fun re-watching it and letting the memories roll back in.

 

 

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With the end of the A to Z getting nearer, this episode is the letter T so we look at a favourite from our youth, Transformers.

We concentrate mainly on G1 stuff, with a rundown of the toys we had as kids, the original TV series and the animated movie, plus we talk comics, video games and what they got right and what they got wrong in the new movie franchise.

 

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