In this episode, Scott and Aaron explore a bizarre pocket of the internet called tiny kitchen: a series of youtube videos and channels dedicated to cooking tiny meals with a tiny kitchen. Is there anything more to it? No, not really, but you should listen anyway.
The answer to life may be 42 but the question should have been hash browns or breakfast potatoes. Scott and Aaron ponder on that and then talk about their diverse and expansive work history in this over bloated resume.
Scott and Aaron talk about the expansion of their platform after a month into experimenting with RomanBear Productions while Aaron tries to convince Scott that breakfast tacos are the best thing to ever grace the 21st century breakfast community.
It's the year 2019. Scott and Aaron are trying desperately to hold on to hope for their pathetic podcast. Will they succeed? Will they perish in the endless void of consumable media? Find out on this all new episode. Starring Scott and Aaron as themselves with special guest, breakfast sausage.
Continuing with the General Mills Cereal Cinematic Universe, the monster cereals are up next. Meanwhile, Scott and Aaron have a fan and they demand satisfaction so listen in as they try to decipher the strange and glorious masterpiece that is Shrek Retold.
The General Mills Cereal Cinematic Universe continues with a familiar white rabbit and his journey for Trix. Meanwhile, Scott and Aaron discuss anime music videos (AMVs).
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Scott and Aaron continue to build the General Mills Cinematic Universe and Scott has some gripes about traveling.
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Excelsior! Latin for 'ever upward' takes on a new, possibly quite literal, meaning as the iconic Stan Lee passes away at the age of 95. Scott and Aaron discuss the legend through their personal experience with his work but first ramble on about Detective Pikachu and the cerealization (misspelling intended) of breakfast food. I guess that's just how they cope with loss.
For Halloween, Scott and Aaron dissect an exceptional cartoon miniseries called 'Over the Garden Wall'; from exploring the shows themes and references to drooling over the beautiful clashing art styles and incredible score. If you haven't seen it yet, all ten episodes are available on Hulu or to rent on Amazon (It's worth the money).
Scott and Aaron try to get personal by exploring five shows that represent our personalities. More Important than that, donate to Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in need: https://www.extra-life.org/team/38612