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TANcast 102 – I Like to Eat My Skin Flakes

June 7th, 2010 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

To celebrate two years of TANcast, the boys talk about their data plans, review Get Him to the Greek, give “advice” on starting your own podcast, discuss sodas and other sweets, and spitball ideas for future Batman movie villains.

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15 Responses to “TANcast 102 – I Like to Eat My Skin Flakes”

  1. Chelsea (TANcast's #1 Female Fan named Chelsea)No Gravatar Says:

    Ok while working on the little mini animation for the TANcast fairy tale, I was searching for chimp picture references. I came across a photo that just reminded me of Andy.

  2. Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    @Chelsea I don’t know which I find more awesome…that pic or the fact you’re working on a mini animation of the CJ’s Crocs Fairytale. Wait, yes I do…it’s the animation. That is flippin’ SWEET!!!

  3. VrejNo Gravatar Says:

    Happy TANniversary you guys. here’s to another two years of amazing.

  4. GinoNo Gravatar Says:

    BANE, totally Bane. He could be a roided out freak for the movie.

  5. Joe Anthrax (TANcast's #1 Conservative Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Andy, I’m certain you knew that you could order Dublin (real sugar) Dr Pepper online. I’ve tried it, and it really does taste better, in my opinion. Also, our local Sam’s Clubs have the Mexico Coca-Cola (made with sugar), but I’m not willing to try it, as it costs $20 for the equivalent of a 24 pack (which costs about $7).

  6. Andrew, TANcast's #[square root of -1] Australian fanNo Gravatar Says:

    In Australia our Coca-Cola is made with sugar. From sugar cane. We find this high-fructose corn syrup thing bemusing.

  7. Mysterious Matt (TANcast's #1 Mysterious Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Yay – I meant to email Tim in case he hadn’t heard Wait Wait… (which I owe Andy thanks for – I subscribed after he mentioned it ina long-distant TANcast). I lost my shit laughing at that bit, thinking of poor ol’ Andy.

    Nice work, guys.

  8. CJ (TANcast's #1 Mormon Fan)No Gravatar Says:

    Loved the episode guys! This is slightly off topic, but hey isn’t that what TANcast is about?! Anyway, my friend and once discovered by accident that Coca-Cola that has been aged is far better than fresh Coke. And even better than that is aged Mexican Coke. It really adds something! Try it! it’s really easy and only takes four years! 😉

  9. Andrew, TANcast's #[square root of -1] Australian fanNo Gravatar Says:

    The muppet joke was awesome.

  10. GeoffNo Gravatar Says:

    Best TANlaugh intro ever.

  11. Andy (TANcast's #1 Ear-Rapist)No Gravatar Says:

    Chelsea, it’s like looking into a goddamn mirror.

  12. Dave de MeanDawgNo Gravatar Says:

    Nerd time… there’s a version of Clayface like the one you guys are talking about. There are actually 4 different versions, and the first one was a dude who used actor’s putty to reshape his features and impersonate people so he could pull off heists and whatnot. Nothing supernatural.

    I like your Zodiac killer idea for the Riddler. I’d also throw in Penguin (the deformed crime boss who owns half of Gotham), but they’ll probably throw in Catwoman to give him a love interest.

  13. NoahNo Gravatar Says:

    @Dave de MeanDawg I recall in Batman the animated series that Clayface’s origin was he was this master of disguise that fell in a vat of something and then got his Clayface powers. Why is it always a vat of some chemical?


    I actually just watched the clip and a vat of stuff was poured down his throat in the animated series. My bad.

  14. Dave de MeanDawgNo Gravatar Says:

    Yeah, that was one version of Clayface… there were 4 of them. The first one was from the 40s and just a master of disguise. The second one got jacked up by chemicals and could mold his body into anything, kinda like Plastic Man but made out of clay. The third one got Robocop jacked up and had to wear a protective bubble-boy suit, and his touch would burn people’s faces off. The fourth one was a lot like the second one, but a chick. I think that’s all of ’em.

    If you want to know more, find a copy of this comic:

    (I am a nyerd)

  15. NoahNo Gravatar Says:

    @Dave de Meandawg look at you dropping nerd knowledge. That links reminds me of the who’s who’s comics DC would put out where they would have a bio of all the characters, I used to love those.

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