153. matrix makeover

Sterling and Kortney start out with a spat about fungi before revelling in the return of The Matrix. Later, someone is finally going to deal with the growing space junk problem Earth is having which bothers the hosts more than they realized. Sterling possibly encounters a ghost, maybe? Also bothersome are the hosts of a reality show on Netflix, but there are recommendations for better things to watch and listen to.

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Sterling reflects on Kanye West's new album Donda, director Nia DaCosta makes it in the record books, Kortney builds a pergola, Sheboygan makes the top 3, and Seinfeld is coming... 

151. a whole wife

After a much-needed hiatus, Sterling and Kortney return with a very very special guest: Sterling's brand new wife Ashley! They give a brief recap of behind-the-scenes at the wedding and honeymoon adventures in Cape Cod. They struggle with the ice breaker question, move on to a story about Samuel L. Jackson, visit some singing pipes, and play an extended version of Floriduh or Floridon't.

Sawfish! 

Land Lobsters!

Sam Jackson History

Pipe Trees!

Wedding photos/recap (coming soon)

 

150. it sets itself up

WE MADE IT TO 150! And we're taking a break! Sterling and Kortney take time to discuss the latest Fast and Furious movie, F9, and how it rates compared to the others in the franchise thus far. There aren't spoilers if you've seen the trailers. Later, Sterling talks about the people who talk to him at work about aliens. The big topic is the big events coming up, one of which you can visit here: bit.ly/WatsonPerry2021. Lastly, Kortney quizzes Sterling with Floriduh or Floridon't

It's a joyous holiday season as an ailing Sterling celebrates his official first Father's Day and Juneteenth by hanging out at Virtuous Con and the fascinating panels he attended. A quick trip into a black hole storm (very brief due to a tech-heavy read) followed by the confirmation of UAPs (or as we know them, UFOs, but also a heavy read) and the return of Sheboygan News and a very large octopus. Sterling takes Kortney for another round of "Florida or Floridon't" and then attempts to fry her mind with the concept of a tachyonic antitelephone. Lastly, tell us what you call the objects Sterling describes since we all have different names for them.

148. millenial checkmate

DISCLAIMER: This, unfortunately, is another episode with audio issues particularly in the latter half of the show. We apologize for the inconvenience if you have trouble hearing/understanding. 

In this episode, Sterling learned that he's not as young as he used to be and the importance of stretching. Another Word Watch article about obscure punctuation marks, #askindoob listener mail, and BHF: AJ Smitherman. There's a huge plug for our good friend Portia and her recent interviews with Bloomberg and CNN regarding remote work post-pandemic lockdowns. 

147. bat-crap cray bray

Sterling and Kortney are here to buck the trend and end the cliches... or at least discuss them and if they truly are cliches that need to retire. Sterling also rehashes ideas for ice cream, and cereal, and why they need to join forces someday. And lastly a big thank you for your continued support in listening, donating, and sharing this podcast. More ways to help: indoob.com and patreon.com/indoob. Coming soon: tsterlingwatson.com

146. felicia the sandwich

Sterling plays a new game with Kortney called "Florida or Floridon't" and attempts to freak her out with the legendary footballfish. A question about birthdays; and a cautionary tale and a PSA regarding Zoom calls that apparently still need to be heard in the year 2021.

adventures in parenting

Possibly the first in a series as Sterling reflects on parenthood thus far, a brief overview of his experiences with a 5-year-old and what that has to do with Invader Zim.

145. artial marts

The majority of this episode is an in-depth review of both Mortal Kombat (2021) and Godzilla vs Kong. However, it begins with Sterling's recap of the Oscars and what predictions he got wrong, and it ends with the new words brought to you by the pandemic. You're gonna want to read along because Sterling can't speak German, Dutch, Lithuanian, etc... 15 Useful Pandemic Words

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