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TANcast 170 – Magical Butthole Lava

October 9th, 2011 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

This week, the boys say goodbye to Steve Jobs and along the way talk tech, movies, and tv. Plus a Monday Night TANfight pitting Damien from The Omen against Kevin from Home Alone!

[CONTENT WARNING] TANcast features mature language and immature hosts but is NOT a representation of the stand up act of Tim Babb. Listener discretion is advised.


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This week’s TANlaughs were sent in by Reddit, Dave in the UK, and Dan.
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***SHOW LINKS***

@SOWTblog on Twitter
http://twitter.com/SOWTblog

People Looking Scarred at Haunted House
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nightmaresfearfactory/with/6140976273/

Scared Lady with Arm Flab
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nightmaresfearfactory/5985158823/in/photostream

The Evolution of Scared
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nightmaresfearfactory/5985158501/in/photostream/

Louis CK Phone/Wi-Fi Bit
http://youtu.be/8r1CZTLk-Gk

Naked Lady Bounce House (NSFW)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27fLMvryCn4

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7 Responses to “TANcast 170 – Magical Butthole Lava”

  1. Tony (TANcast's #1 Blues Brothers Fan) Says:

    First, I’m glad to hear that I’m not the only one that’s tempted to go through ALL the TANcast episodes and do a list of all the TANlaughs.

    Second, there was a death the same day as Jobs. The actor Charles Napier (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0621008/) passed. Adam from the Star Trek hippie episode “The Way To Eden,” Tucker McElroy of the Good Ol’ Boys in “The Blues Brothers,” and a million other parts. Greatly overshadowed by Steve Jobs, though.

    Also, more times I have EVER wanted to hear the phrase “magical butthole lava.”

    Top 5 Cover Songs?
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    4) Hurt – Johnny Cash
    3)Rainbow Connection – Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
    2) The Unforgiven (on 4 Cellos) – Apocalyptica
    1) Last Kiss – Pearl Jam

  2. Jesus(fomally Latino Jess) Says:

    WTF?! That wasn’t what I thought it was! I’m here eating dinner and I click a link that says naked lady bounce house, but it’s not what I think it is, oh no. I see panocha, but there’s something coming out of it, a grown ass man! You tricked me! Tim, if I may borrow a quote…..ahem.. YOUTUBE!….you suck.

  3. Kevin (TANcasts's #1 Missourian fan) Says:

    The Nightmare Fear Factory is located in Niagara Falls, Canada. My wife and I went there on our Honeymoon about 5 years ago and we too have one of those scared-shitless up in our house. It must have been before they started posting them to Flickr.

    We went to several haunted houses in Niagara Falls and this was by far the best one there and has been the best one I have ever been to. The part where they take the picture is rigth after rounding a corner in pitch black, and all of the sudeen car lights come on, the horn starts blowing and a Jeep comes barreling at you on a track and stops about 5 feet from where you stand. I’d recommend it to anyone going to the area.

  4. Chelsea (not Lately) Says:

    Congratulations to Tim for integrating some Disney into the podcast, yes it was Pixar, but isn’t Pixar basically Disney 2.0?

  5. Lindsey #1 Harry Potter/Doctor Who/Merlin/Is it British? I'll watch it Fan Says:

    I tried to write Damian/Kevin slash, but it didn’t work. But I also can’t write fan fiction that well.

  6. Dean Says:

    Just wanted to give kudos to Tim for fearlessly shoehorning TANLaughs lyrics into all manner of music. Yes, I’m looking at you droning, funereal Terminator 2 theme…

  7. Andy (TANcast's #1 Ear-Rapist) Says:

    @Chelsea (Eventually): I think of the start of the Eisner/Wells years as Disney 2.0, and the infusion of Pixar was part of creating Disney 3.0 (which also required the “resignouster” of Eisner).

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