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March 25, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Got Junk, The BSG Finale, March Madness, and F.F.W.D.-P.P.O. Syndrome.

The Dude on the Right had some redecorating and key-losing issues to deal with, hence a "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast being posted on a Wednesday, but hopefully by now The Dude is getting over his issues he had at church on Sunday, which he relates to Stu Gotz in detail during the podcast. Stu is at least keeping up with some TV watching and regales The Dude with some "Battlestar Galactica" finale talk, The Dude did catch a movie, "I Love You, Man", with his BFF, and tells Stu if he should take Mama Gotz to see it, and with The Dude's redecorating, he found a company that will take away your junk, yet leave their own junk behind. And lastly but now leastly, Stu may have discovered a new ailment affecting dog owners, namely "F.F.W.D.-P.P.O." Syndrome.

Posted by Rightdude at 6:56 PM | Comments (0)

March 16, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! FedEx & Starbucks Woes, Fun at Disney, Parties, TV, and a Scrumpy's Can Huggy.

Stu Gotz turned 41 last week and what better way to spend your birthday than at Disney World, and what better way to tell the world about it than during a "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast, even if the trip wasn't over the weekend. So Stu tells The Dude on the Right about some of his Disney travels, The Dude tells Stu about the demise of a "Scrumpy's" can huggy, and they both have problems with a couple of major corporations, though neither of them are AIG and them giving themselves some year-end bonuses. They both are watching "Celebrity Apprentice" and are awaiting Dennis Rodman's meltdown next week, Stu doesn't want the little Gotz's playing soccer, The Dude (and his BFF, but mostly his BFF) are cleaning the, well, soon to be Dude & Dudette Pad, and Steve "The Woz" Wozniak can't dance that great, but he is "fantastic" on "Dancing With the Stars."

The boys pack a lot of topics into twenty minutes of a podcast, so go ahead and listen.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:29 PM | Comments (0)

March 10, 2009

What's New? Blu-ray DVD review of: South Park: The Complete 12th Season

The Dude on the Left has been absent for a while, but there's nothing to bring him out of hiding like a request to review "South Park: The Complete 12th Season," and since he's got a Blu-ray player, he busts his butt to give a complete review of all aspects of the 3 DVD set. And since he figures most "South Park" fans have already seen the episodes, he begins his review immediately commenting about the special features of the set, and then delves into the various episodes (like "Britney's New Look," "Major Boobage," "The China Problem," and "About Last Night"). The boys of "South Park," Cartman, Kenny, Kyle, and Stan, looked better on Blu-ray, but The Dude on the Left is bummed a little because other than really looking good, there really isn't that much extra in terms of special features on the Blu-ray version.

Posted by Rightdude at 11:24 PM | Comments (0)

March 9, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Adult Toys, Watchmen, March Madness, Jim Cantore, and More!

Good golly, Miss Molly. The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz get together for another "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast and you might not be prepared to hear it, but old people are buying adult toys, from The Vermont Country Store no less, and the boys have some frank discussions about what the folks are buying, or at least what the store is selling. The podcast isn't all about massagers that aren't meant for your back, as The Dude does tell Stu if he should ditch Mama Gotz and see "Watchmen," Stu made it through the stormy, Chicago weekend, a Little Gotz is feeling better, The Dude is getting ready for March Madness, and who knew The Rock, a.k.a. Dwayne Johnson, could sing and dance? All that and a little more are discussed in this week's edition, so lock up the kids and yes, go ahead and Google "The Vermont Country Store." You know you want to.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:34 PM | Comments (0)

March 8, 2009

What's New? A Movie Review of: Watchmen

The Dude on the Right wanted to like "Watchmen," especially since it included gratuitous nudity, lots of quality kills, and space travel, but what he didn't count on was a lot of dialogue, back-story he didn't really care about, and over two hours sitting on his butt. That's not saying that "Watchmen" is a bad movie, and for some people it will totally be their cup of tea, but he sort of feels duped by the trailers because they tended to show that this movie was a lot more about action and adventure than about a study in human nature and political powerhouses. With that, The Dude feels "Watchmen" is much more of a drama than an action film, so make sure you drain your bladder and expect that before you plant your butt in the movie theater.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:59 PM | Comments (0)

March 5, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: The Dude on the Right & The BFF: Tatiana is Back, The Suburbs, Home Improvement, and a Toaster.

The Dude on the Right and The W.G.N. couldn't align their schedules to podcast today, so The Dude enlists the help of the most special of special guest podcasters, his BFF! The Dude is a little off his game because, well, his BFF gives him butterflies, but he powers through and discusses, with her, things like "American Idol," "Dancing With the Stars," and "The Real Housewives of New York City" which then diverts the podcast into talk of how the suburbs are different from city life (Why are the stop lights so long in the suburbs, anyway?).

Since they have family things coming up, The BFF reminds The Dude of some upcoming events, and since they have home improvement going on at The Dude-Pad, they also talk some painting tips and toaster alignment. Somehow The Dude thinks The BFF's toaster alignment will win.

Posted by Rightdude at 8:40 PM | Comments (0)

March 3, 2009

What's New? A Podcast of: Stu & The Dude's Weekend Wrap-Up! Casimir Pulaski & Dupa's, Square Roots and Pi's, The Bachelor and BSG, iMacs and Flooring, and More!

The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz are a day late for this "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast, but it's only because they were celebrating with their people, thanks to Monday being Casimir Pulaski Day. They tried to celebrate Square Root Day, but Stu had trouble with his math, so instead, for most of the podcast they talk about Stu catching up on his TV viewing without Mama Gotz being around, The Dude saw "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" and some other movies on TV, but neither of them hit the movie theater. There's a huge shout-out to The Dude's sister (well, maybe not huge, but at least a "good job") for her latest accomplishment, The Dude has to re-enact "The Bachelor" finale since Stu didn't watch it, and a new iMac isn't as important as other purchases that The Dude on the Right is planning to spend his money on, at least, until, The Dude wins the Mega Millions jackpot.

Posted by Rightdude at 7:37 PM | Comments (0)

March 2, 2009

What's New? A DVD Review of: Beverly Hills Chihuahua

The Dude on the Right wondered if Stu Gotz was in "little kid" euphoria mode when he originally saw the movie in the theaters, so for this DVD review of "Beverly Hills Chihuahua," The Dude tests the waters to see if the movie is as entertaining for adults as it is for kids. Well, The Dude thinks that for the most part, if you are a parent you'll enjoy the movie and won't poke your eyes out, but unless you're a big, burly dude who owns a tiny dog, you'll probably want to steer clear because this movie probably isn't for you.

Posted by Rightdude at 8:46 PM | Comments (0)


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