How Rude! The Full House Podcast
About This Show
An exhaustive deconstruction of the classic (?) '90s sitcom by Jon Pernisek, Brandon Shockney, and their cavalcade of guests.
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131. Comet's Excellent Adventure
2 days ago
Lindsey Smith had a dream of one day visiting the mysterious and exciting world of her local (dilapidated) mall's Under 18 dance club. Alas, like the dreams of sitcom characters we know all too well, her dreams were stymied ... by FAMILY. Oh, family, when will you set us free? Why do you pin us to the earth when we so long to FLY? Lindsey, otherwise known as Boss Mommy, is here to help us discuss "Comet's Excellent Adventure", in which Jesse's dream of being a rock star officially dies because no one will leave him the fuck alone for two Goddamn minutes. Meanwhile, Comet is getting straight fucked as if he's not going to be dragged kicking and screaming back to the Astroturf hellscape that is the Tanner home. Live life while you can, Comet old boy, because that sweet Lassie love won't last forever! XOXO
Rated 5 out of
This is really empowering
keep doing this and my self confidence will continue rising.
Date published: 2014-05-19
Rated 5 out of
JON PERNISEK LOVES THIS PODCAST
Hello! I am Jon Pernisek and I love this podcast. Are you listening to it right now? You should be listening to it right now. Also: Subscribe through iTunes because literally why the heck not?
Date published: 2015-05-04
Rated 1 out of
Painful to listen to
Listening to this podcast is like listening to three special needs children give an oral report on a book that they barely skimmed. I downloaded this podcast with hopes of hearing a viewpoint and review of Netflix's new series "Fuller House", but instead was greeted by three immature, ignorant hosts (I use the term hosts loosely) that seem to use the pod to fill their already inflated egos. Their idea of reviewing a show is to only make passing remarks about the actual story and instead focus on such important issues as an actors pimple, makeup, and their belief that Dave Coulier must smell. The description of unprofessional doesn't do this pod justice, as the host stopped twice so that they could use the bathroom (I guess hitting pause was to difficult). When the host did briefly touch on any plot points of an episode, their arguments were backed up with very little as they seem to want to gravitate towards what they believe to be important such as poking fun at Cameron's conservative views, the number of people of color in the show, and how anti gay the show secretly is. Listening to this train wreck reminded me of the wannabe cool kids in high school, sitting alone and finding fault with the world around them therefore giving some justification as to their stature. The hosts should have some type of direction, should talk about each aspect of an episode, and save the corny jokes for when the mic is off. Another suggestion is to fade out your intro music before you start speaking. In their latest episode the theme song plays over everything they say in the beginning. Other than interesting hosts, witty banter, knowledge of the series, and technical skills this pod is perfect.
Date published: 2016-12-27