Montreal’s best podcast has the worst sound quality!

 

Seriously, before we kick things off we would obviously like to take a moment to acknowledge the abysmal sound quality of this episode. What is this, 2012? Basically we lost some of the “good” sound files and are forced to present you with some mutant Frankenstein backup version of the recording.

 

The content is still there though. We have to believe in the content.

 

There is so much content.

 

The theme of the show this week is drama.

 

Drama about shipping people in planes from Texas to Massachusetts, drama about chess Grand Masters possibly getting chess tips over the air via remote controlled anal beads in their butt and drama about one of hip-hop’s highest selling artists getting into a beef with an internet music critic.

 

Also Queen Elizabeth II died. We speculate whether or not Canada should cut ties with the UK and Scott brings up the idea that as a Canadian citizen you can go to a British embassy when you’re traveling abroad as a fun perk.

 

According to VisaPlace Canada has about 145 embassies and 185 Consulates across the world. The UK has 162 embassies and 185 consulates and 33 “other representations”.

 

Not a bad perk to more than double the number of places you can go to if you are proper fucked in another country.

 

This week’s episode of Garbage Time is yet another ultra special garbage spectacular! This week we take a look at the wonder that was Burt Sugarman’s “Midnight Special” before talking about some television shows that we’ve been watching like Sandman, Hacks and Harley Quinn, we also talk a little about BrightBurn. If all that sounds like the best (because it is), show your support and head over to Patreon and subscribe at the 9ES Deluxe tier to listen to this and all past episodes of Garbage Time!

 

 

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