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Normal podcasts usually hit their 50th podcast roughly before their first year of existence. Good podcasts that pump out constant content on a normal basis won’t even make a big deal about their 50th podcast. Superior podcasts will look at what we’re doing and probably scoff at our sheer ineptitude to barely put out a single podcast every month. Well, it’s a good thing that we are neither normal, good, and…well…the only time we’ve been called superior is when we show up to our parole hearings on time. Come to think of it, I better call Justin, I haven’t heard from him in a while.
With that being said, get ready for some “high”-jinks as DJ, Justin, and Matt celebrate in style with the 50th edition of The Simplistic Reviews Podcast. There will be laughs galore as the guys invite, or some might say “force”, guests from other more well-received podcasts to share in their debauchery. Guests like JD Duran from the Insession Film Podcast. Barry and Jairo from the homo”neurotic” True Bromance Podcast. Let’s not forget, damn I forgot his name…oh yeah…The Vern, from the As You Watch Podcast. Throw in a touch of Tim Costa from The First Time Watchers Podcast, Elwood from The Depths of DVD Hell, and a guest so special and so…well…scary, that even I can’t tell you who it is.
Oh, so you’re not impressed with that guest list? Well, how about the thrilling conclusion to our months long saga of Julie and her quest to kill the Simplistic Reviews guy? Yeah, you forgot about that didn’t you? Well…yeah…now you’re gonna get some closure.
Finally, we talk a trip back in time to the segment that put us on the map; Word Association with Justin, where we ask Justin about things in the news and he gives a monosyllabic answer.
All that, and so much more on this petty way to celebrate mediocrity with The Simplistic Review Podcast’s 50th episode. Oh, by the way, the show is like 3 hours long, but what else are you going to do, watch the extended cut of “Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King?” Hmmmm, wait, that actually does sound like a good idea.