JT and Stefan, or as many call them, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes*, watched Avengers: Age of Ultron and they were super pumped for it (both went to the bathroom multiple times beforehand). So did it reach the heavens like the mighty Odinson? Or did it sink to the depths like, um, that Triathalon guy who joined the Avengers in the 90s? More importantly, how do the dudes end up singing a TV theme song from their childhoods? FIND OUT HERE.
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Still giddy from their excursion to Supanova the lads wrestle with guilt over a lonely 80’s superstar, Sharpies on nipples and what to call their Daredevil themed bar they’ll probably never open.
Determined to turn out a breezy, fun episode for Easter and April Fool’s Day, the Level 30 Lads have a chat about terrorism, September 11, religious intolerance, anthrax and JT’s latest project: The Organic People’s Militia in Support of the Drone Uprising.
JT – possible psychopath, welcomes the zombie apocalypse, loves renewable energy.
SD – Loves Netflix, reads books, sees the light on glad wrap.
Both – Forget Trey MacDougal/Agent Dale Cooper’s real name.
Some people are mad about a comic book cover with Batgirl and Joker on it. Some people are offended. Some people are mad at the people that are offended. Some people are offended about how mad some people are. It’s very complicated.
Stefan and JT resist the lure of the ladies at “the club” to deliver a steaming hot bowl of nonsense chowder. Between reminiscing about 80’s toys and plugging other peoples’ podcasts, we still manage to get some nerd discussion on S.H.I.E.L.D, Star Wars, Bojack Horseman and Stefan’s blazing fast review of Civilisation: Beyond Earth.
JT has just gotten up for a nap and Stefan’s new glasses have got him all out of sorts, making for a bit of a weird episode in which JT tries to reverse engineer a new nickname for his four-eyed friend.
Basking in the glow of the savior, Stefan is educated on what a Smart TV is after JT’s suggestion of a donkey named Peter as a replacement remote control is rejected.
JT wants to talk about Where’s Wally, but Stefan interrupts him so badly that he begins to question if he is a good person at all. After spirited discussions of Spiderman, drag queens and what happens to your Facebook page when you die. Stefan redeems himself by highlighting the connection between racism and bicycles.
We’ve managed to fight off the paps that continually follow Stefan to produce a new Level 30 episode. JT has also managed to stay awake despite his Spotify Night Terror experience…perhaps he’s using the electric condom???