Dmitri goes dancing while Adam films an Alice In Wonderland short. Will anything happen before Dmitri has to return to Chicago? Will Adam follow him back to Chicago? Or will he go back to work and be sad about everything, including his weird friendship with Clarissa, his aversion to boysenberry syrup and Papa Roach, and his chance encounter with someone who may or may not be God.
Featuring: Dmitri, Celeste, Clarissa, Landlord, God, and others.
Intro Music: "Painting The Roses Red" from Alice In Wonderland
Incidental Music: "Wise Up (Sucker)" by Pop Will Eat Itself
Incidental Music: "Walk Away" by Kelly Clarkson
Incidental Music: "Sleep Alone" by Bat For Lashes
Incidental Music: "A Spoon Full Of After Hours" by Mary Poppins (Alyson Calagana Remix)
Outro Music: "Lose Yourself" by Eminem
The final portion of "All My Exes Live In Sex Flicks" finds Adam taking on the role of Pumpkin Claus, in order to help out some beleaguered Christians. Then, Adam goes on a date booty call, and continues to get all meta.
Also, so as not to end on a short podcast, Adam then presents you with a Listener's Guide to "All My Exes Live In Sex Flicks" so that you can pretend there is some literary merit to this podcast.
This episode features nobody you will ever hear about again.
Intro Music: "The Great Pumpkin Waltz" by Vince Guaraldi Trio
Outro Music: "Southside" by Common (featuring Kanye West)
One night of potential fun turns into a night of self-doubt and a schism between the real Adam and The Insafemode version of Adam. Madonna posters, terrariums, freckles, and some serious self-image issues come in to play as a week of minor disappointments threatens to become a major problem.
Featuring Wiz, and two people you will never hear from again.
Intro Music: "Good Vibrations" by Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch
Incidental Music: "Good Vibrations" by Mark Wahlberg and The Parliament Lites
Incidental Music: "Good Vibrations (Instrumental)" by The Beach Boys
Outro Music: "Good Vibrations" by Nina Hagen
Adam goes to Nantucket and live trolls a David Bowie fanatic who constantly talks about how he used to be fat. Also, glass breaks, there's a PJ Harvey concert, and oh yea, this all happens the weekend after September 11th, 2001.
Featuring Adam's mom, and nobody you'll ever be hearing from again.
Intro Music: "When You're Traveling From Nantucket" by The Animaniacs
Incidental Music: "Shattering" by glasses
Incidental Music: "Red Alert!" by the computer from Star Trek TNG
Outro Music: "The Good Morning Song" from Singing In The Rain
Illness and kidney stones bring Adam a special guest from South Carolina. A guest who will change everything, or at least some things. Plus, video games!
Featuring Rex, my mom, and people I'll never hear from again.
Intro Music: "Don't Talk, Just Kiss" by Right Said Fred
Incidental Music: "From The Heart Of Glass" a MadMixMustang mashup of Phillip Glass & Blondie
Incidental Music: " Brother" by Alice In Chains
Incidental Music: "Casually (Overworld Theme)" from Breath Of Fire 3
Incidental Music: "Donden (Metal Remix)" from breath Of Fire 3
Outro Music: "Pure Again (Ending Theme)" from Breath Of Fire 3
Is there really more to say than that this podcast contains two versions of My Chemical Romance's "Teenagers"? Don't get too worried, nothing illegal happens. And nothing any less moral than is usual on this blog.
Featuring Tommy and other characters you will never hear from again.
Intro Music: "Teenagers" by My Chemical Romance
Incidental & Outro Music: "Teenagers" by Macy Gray
Back to Cape Cod for adventures in a gay bar in Provincetown, a hook-up over American Online (hi there, 1998, I see you waving at me), and an awkward conversation with a long-time acquaintance.
Featuring Ryan, internet dating, alcohol, and Old Cape Fucken Cod.
Intro Music: "Old Cape Cod" by Patti Page
Incidental Music: "Red Rover" by Rosie Thomas
Outro Music: "Old Cape Cod" by Jon Davis