Slower and Creepier

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Slower and Creepier
Number 81
Broadcast Date June 21, 2011
Episode Length 1:11:02
Hosts Brian Brushwood, Justin Robert Young
Guests Rhett and Link, Old John Smokey

Rhett and Link are here to help film a commercial for the NSFW show.

Contents

Opening Video

Mexican Nyan Cat

Commercial Kings

Similar to the Zombie President episode, Brian and Justin, with the help of Chatrealm and Rhett and Link are going to make a 10-second NSFW commercial.

View all of the edited commercials here.

Squarespace

Go to Squarespace.com and use the offer code "NSFW6" for a 14-day free trial and 30% your first 3 months once you order.

Netflix

Go to Netflix.com/TWiT for a 1 month free trial.

Summer Music Series

The master of the Spoons, Old John Smokey came on to perform. Unfortunately, NSFW had a hard-out, so his performance got cancelled. They cut to him on Skype to apologize, but he just threw down his spoons in disgust.

New Champion! Woo!

Not Old John Smokey, who was bumped.

Great Quotes

Fun Facts

  • The episode was the origin of the phrase "the, the awesome!" and is possibly the origin of the "brum brum".
  • Brian was broadcasting from Patrick Delahanty's studio where he records AnimeCons TV (without the Flubber banner).
  • Internet connectivity issues can be blamed on Comcast.
  • While pulling out random items to use as potential props for any commercials, Patrick pulled out a Flubber banner. Upon seeing it, Brian asked for it to be hung behind him for the show. The Frame Rate episode filmed earlier shows the backdrop without Flubber.
  • Enough people were accusing Tom Merritt of being Old John Smokey that he called in later to find out what was going on.
  • True gumshoes may also have noticed that Old John Smokey was able to post to Twitter the following weekend while Tom was flying to Canada on a wifi-less flight.

Adobeshops

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YouTube

Episode

Aftershow

Links & Downloads


Preceded by:
"Full Frontal Anonymity"
Slower and Creepier
Followed by:
"Steamed Mayne Special"