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94 – I’m Not Obese

vinnie tortorichWeight Loss
One of the show members has lost 14 lbs in 3 months (don’t even pretend it’s Alex). Tommy has become inspired by Vinnie Tortorich’s new book and tries to share some tips with Alex who tries to argue that he’s not obese. Also, don’t be the fat guy that brings soda on public transportation… it will NOT end well.

Shows of the Summer

It’s been a while since we’ve geeked out on good TV, and there’s a lot of great shows you probably haven’t heard of but NEED to watch. First up is Dating Naked, a guilty pleasure of NDY. If you haven’t seen this show, you’re missing out. Beside seeing some great asses, it’s a highly entertaining show that you won’t regret checking out. Plus, Ryan has a bombshell – he has a connection to someone who is on this season.

For comedies, Andrew Dice Clay returns with a new show named after the legend himself that features some great writing, great acting, and truly memorable scenes with some great Hollywood actors. And finally, the new Netflix original, Stranger Things. One of the best produced, well acted shows you’ll ever see. Taking place in the 80’s, it’s the perfect mix of suspense and drama, that will definitely make you binge watch the whole season.

86 – Pasta Gas

alex is oldCreepy Tweets
Kate Quigley is coming to DC! But before they can get into how excited they are, Tommy calls out Alex for being so creepy to Kate on Twitter. Alex insists that his tweets are retweet worthy and loses it as he finds out that Kate has retweeted Tommy on many an occasion. To rub it in even more, he brags about having the very talented Bridget Phetasy’s phone number, which sends Alex into a mumbling rage.

Porn or Art?
To calm down Alex, Tommy plays some clips from a new “art” film that debuted on Netflix called Love. Alex calls into question Tommy’s taste as the first 3 minutes consist of a girl jerking off a guy to airy music. Ryan illustrates all of the factors of a movie which make it art. And Tommy and Alex recap some of the more “artistic” things that happened on the old show they used to be on. Carrots anyone? Not to be outdone, Alex suggests that any porn can be turned into art with just a little bit of music added to it. With that, Tommy creates one of the funniest, most outrageous, memorable audio segments ever on Not Dead Yet.

Alex is a Dying Old Man
Alex’s week consisted of going to both a funeral and a retirement party, which prompts Tommy and Ryan to ridicule Alex for being an old man who only does old man things. Alex recaps meeting someone at the retirement party that totally destroyed any hope left in his already sad, pathetic life. Complete with a brand new caller (From the future), you will NOT want to miss the final chapter of a 30 year saga spanning both the old show and the new of the girl that got away…

82 – Sam and Hitler


Chunks is horrible
NDY has NEVER gotten as many comments as they have in the past week in regards to how HORRIBLE their friend(?) Sid was at show friend Matt Albert’s wedding last week.  Though “Chunks” as Tommy and Ryan have gotten to calling him, isn’t much better.  While trying to defend himself, he flubs his speech and the flood gates open on the Chunks jokes.

TV and Time Machines
The weather in NOVA has been a bit drab lately, so the crew has been getting by with some really good TV binging until Undateable Live comes back.  If you haven’t checked these out, here’s the list with GOOD arguments why they won’t waste your time:  Love, Flaked, The People vs. OJ Simpson, Married, and lastly 11.22.63 which has Time Maaaachiiiineee elements to it.  A discussion arises as to what each member of the show would change if they had the ability to alter history.  Question:  Would Tommy go fix the world’s problems or use the power to eliminate every other man on earth?

Alex’s Nemisis
Alex thinks he was responsible for getting his arch nemesis fired from his work, while Tommy and Ryan think it was probably something else.  Alex INSISTS that it was his doing, even though Tommy and Ryan give LOADS of examples to the contrary.  After listing off all of the reasons why Alex is horrible at his job, maybe he’s the one that should have been fired.

Headlines, Needles, Samantha Sam, and Hitler
Yeah, this part of the show goes a bit all over the place, starting with a new segment involving the lovely people who leave comments on the internet.  Can you guess the headline of an article simply by reading the comments section?  Find out how Tommy and Ryan did.  Ryan comments that he could easily be one of the “creepy” comment posters, as Tommy reads out creepy texts that Alex sends him ALL the time  (Sorry Sam).  Tommy ends the show with a review on Gwen Stefani’s new song and a “special” flatulence symphony to close out the episode.