Episode 032: Guess Who Died 2 (The Camping Trip Is Still Available)

TheCampingTripIn this episode, the fellas return from a recording hiatus caused by a death.

Buckle up as we reminisce a bit about a recently fallen father with some stories of near fiery death and a penguin induced asskickin’.

After they talk about that sadness, they celebrate the 1 year anniversary of The Camping Trip.

They answer questions from @SteBoost & @CornyJenkins (thanks fellas) about the Audio Drama, then they play casting director and make their picks for who they would get to play the characters in a film version.

It’s not all mopey, lots of fun ahead, so come on in and enjoy, gang.

And buy The Camping Trip HERE!

URL: Episode 032: Guess Who Died 2 (The Camping Trip Is Still Available)
Direct Download: tnb032.mp3

The Undertaker Returns!

Last night, on the 900th episode of Smackdown, a dude I’ve always had great admiration for made his long awaited return to the Blue Brand.
That’s right, Lads and lasses, The Undertaker returned to Smackdown for the first time in 3 and a half years.

Curiously, he said he’d returned and that he wasn’t going to let WrestleMania define him anymore, which led to many speculating that maybe the future hall of famer would be increasing his workload for the foreseeable future.

But what do I think?
Give his threat to Team SmackDown that they’d better win their traditonal Survivor Series elimination match this Sunday against Raw, I think maybe he’ll be making his last run in WWE.
Probably have a few matches in the coming months culminating in a fued with either Chris Jehrico (who, though on a RAW at the moment, sent out this rather interesting tweet this morning) or John Cena (who has been rumored to be on the list of potential opponents for The Phenom the last few years) at WrestleMania next year.

Watch the video yourself and let me know what you think: https://youtu.be/4DyCnA8sOG8

And here’s a little bonus reunion of the Brothers Of Destruction from after the show:2 https://youtu.be/r9Qo64l6Se0