See? I told you we were getting our feet back underneath us! This is totally a new episode of 9ES! It’s barely been 2 weeks since the last one! Ok, technically there was no new podcast last week, but two weeks ago we had an episode of both, so quit your complaining. I know, you’re going to tell me that you weren’t complaining, but I know you were. You did it with your eyes. Anyhow, listen in as we get our geek on for your listening pleasure Oh yeah, this is a mini-announcement that’s about to happen! I’m gonna try to make Thursdays the podcast day! That means there will either be an episode of Go Plug Yourself or 9to5 Entertainment System every Thursday! It’s only really a mini-announcement since I don’t know if we’ll actually be able to accomplish that, but by God we’ll try.

I burp a few times and spend way too much time talking about different types of horses and their different speed of forward momentum. I apologize for both of these things, but refuse to edit them out. I spent too much time editing Stevie’s podcast.

For the official record: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves came out in 1991, The Crow came out in 1994, so technically, Michael Wincott DID graduate from sidekick to main bad guy.

Here’s another weird thing that I just learnt: according to Wikipedia, Waterworld actually made almost 90 million dollars at the box office, what the fuck? Also, it turns out that Scott and Jon are both sort of right, the set for Waterworld was actually an aritifical seawater enclosure located in the ocean.

Let’s Mount a Midget on a Retard and Make Him Fight is really what I wanted to call this episode, but I feel like Scott would be mad at me if I forced that sort of thing into his Facebook feed.

Did You Know There is a Heroes Season 4?

I know all of that seems pretty random and disjointed, but if you listen it will all make sense. Also, stay tuned for the last 5 minutes where we crack in Michael Bay’s subconscious and discover exactly what the fuck he’s thinking when he says he’s gonna make the Ninja Turtles aliens. It’s a revelation.

The song we use in the intro is “Shiny Spaceship” by the 8-bit Ninjas.  Used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.