Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Episode CL- The Big One-Five-Oh

Sloofus:
Since the late Greco-Roman period, mankind has celebrated the Fifty. Whether it be doubled, trebled, or merely laying by itself, a five followed by naught is not a force to be reckoned with. For their hundred and fiftieth episode, the Comic Book Haters take a walk down reckoning lane, as they present some of the greatest moments of the show's rich history. Hosted by a slew of CBH regulars (and quite a few irregulars), the CBH 150th Special Spectacular features a plethora of choice cuts, which have been carefully selected at random. It's a special double-sized, media-savvy, week-late celebration, and you're all invited. Except for you, Cappy.


Schooly:
Can you believe it, listener(s)? We've pumped out 150 episodes of this shit. And you keep coming back for more. Well, the joke really is on you because we put so little thought and effort into this episode, we're practically STEALING your money! Fuck you, asshole(s). You'll be so pissed that you paid good money for this shit that you'll be demanding we pay you back for time and suffering, too.

Ok, I've just been informed that not only do you, dear listener(s), not pay for this podcast, but I'm also not getting paid. What the fuck. No wonder Sloofus looks at me like I'm fucking crazy when I bitch about him giving me my checks.

Well, fuck it all. If anyone needs me, I'll be hiding in the park, taking pictures of Umbrellaman sniffing bicycle seats at the bike rack.

Just click here to download this piece of shit.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Ryan O'Hara said...

I think there was more effort put into the graphic than the podcast. Keep up the good work.

10/23/2008 04:51:00 PM  
Blogger The Comic Book Haters said...

you could say the same thing about every episode so far. Except the "good luck" part.

10/23/2008 07:57:00 PM  
Blogger eclipsespilce said...

He said "good work".

11/01/2008 12:48:00 AM  

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