Tag: video game girl

34 – Depression

Tommy Had a Bad Week
Tommy starts the show with an “announcement” of sorts. He openly talks about how the past week was one of the worst weeks of his life. He talks openly about how he’s been struggling with depression for several months and this past week it was unbearable. Unable to sleep or eat, he became physically ill from the anxiety. Both he and Alex talk about past suicidal thoughts and if they could ever go through with it. Tommy then talks about an ex-relationship he had in Florida that has left him permanently scarred and the time she broke in to his apartment.

Too Big In To the Deep?
Alex admits to liking a pop song. Tommy is disturbed by the amount of knowledge Alex has about Nickelodeon and kid shows. Alex then talks about a year long feud with a CVS employee over a CVS savings card. Tyrone Thompson calls in to help Alex confront the employee. Alex updates us on his most recent date with “Video Game Girl.” She calls in and Alex screws everything up. Plus, a review of “Let’s Be Cops” and the strange couple that was sitting next to the guys in the theater making them uncomfortable.

33 – FT

FTWhat Time Is It?

FT… Alex’s family friend met Tommy and she thought he was hot. Tommy says it’s “FT.” Listen for an explanation and a new “Alarm,” that has been added to the show. Plus, Uncle Vinny calls in to represent the Corolla family in a “better light.” FT is “So Good.”

Tommy is starting to hate FaceBook because he obsessively checks his the FaceBook page of a girl he has a crush on because he’s “too weak.” Alex talks about how hates FaceBook because he has to see how happy all of his ex-girlfriends are. During the “stalking” discussion, Alex reveals how he was “reversed stalked” by Video Game Girl. He recaps the date they went on, and she calls in again… The guys also discuss if dating/relationships are better now, or worse with modern technology.

Tommy’s alter ego, “Negative Tommy” calls in and ruins Tommy’s day. Plus, Alex gives Tommy a sixth & seventh grade quiz on American History… and soooooooo much more.