More Than She Could Swallow

Forget dancing in the rain, things get kinky and personal on episode 73 of Nothing Serious when we send in the clones.  It’s got nothing to do withe viagra laced beer, we swear. If we had known it was a sexbot we’d never had approached her, I mean it’s not like we got caught banging an inmate… twice! Right? While we stand behind Adam Carolla, it’s really hard to stand behind Ohio, especially when Plato and Aristotle are on the line. Oh, and go stick your seven-incher elsewhere because Burger King ain’t raping our faces!

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Releasing Our Demons

It may be the Valentines Day episode, but that doesn’t stop Paul, Steven and Daniel talking about some decided non-romantic topics on episode 51. From a case of mistaken identity for the BBC, how very lucky the 99% are, being buried like a King of old, suing because you can’t use Facebook, to performing exorcisms via Skype – not a single tear was shed in the name of romance. There may have been some tears of laughter, but we can’t verify that…

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Miley’s Wrecking Balls

Daniel returns to this week to join Steven and Paul as they talk million dollar toilet paper, not fat “fat kids”, staging your own kidnapping so that you can party, swimming in a beer pool, and chowing down on ghost burgers.

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