We're all back in the good ol' US of A to talk about haircuts, cool boy names and dumb Kickstarters, then we finish it off with a discussion about the 2016 Winter Movie Draft and some unfortunate jokes.
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Of course old people play bridge, how the fuck else did they entertain themselves in the middle ages?
Justin is So Much More Evolved Than You
Justin is back from the UK, he has a gin and tonic and he's way better than you.
Also Brian came up with the perfect New Yorker comic.
Bonnie Got A Haircut
Bonnie cut her hair short and it looks really cool… PLUS SHE SHAVED A DIAMOND INTO THE BACK OF HER NECK. SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!
Apparently the last time she cut her hair this short, one of the Brushwood girls got upset and cried. This time Bonnie made sure to get permission from all three of her girls. She got what the kids call and "undercut".
Ken Bone is the loveable looking guy that asked a question at the second 2016 Presidential debate and has become a sort of a meme online. He did a Reddit AMA shortly after the debate and he used his real Reddit account. Naturally people looked through his comment history and found comments from him about the Trayvon Martin case and he is also apparently into pregnant port
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Brian and Bonnie agreed that if they had ever had a boy, they would name him Baxter Thunder Brushwood, but they never thought of Remington as a name. Remington Brushwood. That'd be cool.
Brian's Barack Obama Sketch
Eight years ago when Obama was campaigning for the Presidency for the first time, Brian came up with an idea for a sketch. The sketch involved Barack talking to his image consultant about how to best market him to the American people. Instead of calling him "Barack Hussein Obama" they would call him "Barry O'Bama" and try to market him as an Irish man.
This is the game where we take a look at some shitty Kickstarters and they have to guess
- Brian's guess - Asking for $9,000 - Got $600
- Justin guess - Asking for $5,000 - Got $1,500
- Funding: Asking for $7,713 - Got $10,526
- Justin - Asking for $6,000 - Got $6001
- Brian - Asking for $3,000 - Got $20
- Funding - Asking for $15,303 - Got $122
- Brian - Asking for $12,000 - Got $1,000
- Justin - Asking for $50,000 - Got $11
- Funding - Asking for $7,000 - Got LITERALLY NOTHING
- Bonnie - Asking for $50,000 - Got $100
- Funding - Asking for $814 - Got $331
- Brian - Asking for $25,000 - Got $1
- Justin - Asking for $13,000 - Got $74
- Funding - Asking for $10,000 - Got $1,086
- Justin - Asking for $200,000 - Got $15,000
- Brian - Asking for $80,000 - Got $30,000
- Funding - Asking for $55,000 - Got $5,263
I think Justin won? Nobody really cares about the competition though.
Brian and Justin kept making jokes where they pretended to be on stage talking about people who died of cancer and how they could have been so much more amazing had they not died of cancer. Despite being the one that started it, Brian was genuinely disgusted by their goofs, but Justin found the idea of a CEO using cancer victims to sell a product to be hilarious.
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2016 Winter Movie Draft
- Brian - Arrival, Sing, Gold, Hidden Figures, The Founder, xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, Fifty Shades Darker, John Wick: Chapter Two, Logan
- Justin - Inferno, Doctor Strange, Allied, The Great Wall, The Dark Tower
- DTNS - Trolls, Kidnap, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
- Mikey - Bad Santa 2, Assassin's Creed, Why Him?, Live by Night, Rings, The LEGO Batman Movie
- Kristi - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Comedian
- Mulango - Moana, Office Christmas Party, Passengers (2016)
As always, members of the Chatrealm will be able to get 100 fake dollars to assemble their own movie lineups using the prices set during the official draft. The form to submit your lineup will be available at draft.diamondclub.tv/form, but as of the recording of the show, the form isn't yet available.
The guys watched the Aunty Donna Parody of the Television Show Ellen and then they watched this MasterCard ad featuring Broden Kelly. After that it was a bunch of random "preshow" videos since the preshow was super short this week.
They finished it up with like 10 minutes talking about John Oliver's bit about third party candidates and how annoying people who only get their news from Last Week Tonight are.
This is officially no longer a thing.
- "Ya know what makes people respect you? Beating cancer." - Brian
- "Never leave a Q-tip story behind." - Brian
- After months of ambivalence toward The Belt, Brian and Justin finally acknowleged it and concluded that they're done with The Belt for a while.