Monthly Archives: June 2017

Episode 61: John Discusses G-Gundam Instead of Aunty Donna

It’s a personal week here at Zero Credit(s) as the Henry and John head into the depths of recent loss and the process of insurance claim procedure for the tragic demise of Henry’s Scion Tc. This discussion naturally leads to Austin, TX, as all roads do, where we find the ZC boys have spent quite a lovely weekend together in the blazing heat that is the Austin Summer of 100 Degrees. Somewhere along the line, John forgets that he desperately wanted to talk about legendary Australian sketch comedy group Aunty Donna and starts talking about G-Gundam, a show with boxing robot piloted by a cheap knock off of Davy Crockett, king of the wild frontier. Isn’t it kind of weird that he’s “king” of the wild frontier in a country that’s notorious for not liking kings? Wait, how did we allow Burger King to exist this long? It’s tragically too late for any more Aunty Donna description, so I guess we’ll discuss them next time. Sorry Broden, Mark, and Zach, we ran out of time. It’s all going down and around town, right here on Zero Credit(s)!

Supplemental Reading: Wonder Woman

Hey listeners. Henry and John managed to both see a movie within a week of it coming out. Isn’t that cool? We’ve got thoughts about this particular film. Directed by Patty Jenkins, starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, etc, this movie promises a superhero action from a different perspective and it delivers¬†hard. Bullets bouncing off bracers and thoughts slinging out of mouths and into ears, it’s Zero Credits presents a Supplemental Reading of Wonder Woman.

Episode 59: The Terry-Crews-or-the-Egg Causality Dilemma

It’s fidget spinner o’clock on this culturally frozen episode of Zero Credit(s), and Henry and John are gonna dig deep. The specter of famed actor Terry Crews darkens the ZC doorstep once again this week, haunting the boys with visions of furniture and happiness. His specter is no match, however, for that of the Time Ghost, but the crew dispatches that ghoul just the same by wondering at the meaning of meaningless objects. To round out a pretty square podcast, What Did You Watch is back in FULL EFFECT with Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang’s exceptional Master of None. By the way, John had to Google what “NEAT” meant. C’mon.