Sneaky Dragon Episode 180

by David Dedrick on May 16, 2015


“Sneaky Dragon!”

Hello, Sneakers, and welcome to another episode of the hit show “Not A Hit Show”. This week, it’s Episode 180 and Ian can’t believe it. It is a pretty big number. Also, Ian and Dave wonder if they are just brains in a vat; what was the name of that movie; don’t be honest to waiters; Ian is missing the point about Dave’s honesty thing; Ian is uncomfortable beating up princesses…the sexist; bad movies redux; the curse of the basset hound; Ian enjoys Maltin on Movies; Dave doesn’t hate all of Robot Monster: Ian reveals a secret about the Marvel movies; Dave is SO MAD about a burnt trailer; Ian is SO MAd at This Hour Has Twenty-Two Minutes about This Hour Has Twenty-Two Minutes being mad at SNL; Mars needs weirdos; Ian and Dave impress a waiter; and, finally, Dave has some trouble with his ball.

Our two hundredth episode is coming up, what would you like us to do?

Don’t forget to come and see Ian and Dave at VanCAF if you’re in the Vancouver area on May 23 and 24. It would be great to see you at the show!

Thanks for listening.

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Marcus Harwell May 17, 2015 at 12:41 pm

Must remember not to listen to the show while working out. “Dumpster orgy” almost caused me to crush my sternum under the bench press bar.


Thomas Callaway May 17, 2015 at 12:54 pm

Episode 180 the truth finally comes out.

Ian hates hashbrowns.


David Dedrick May 17, 2015 at 4:22 pm

Really, that should just be the sub-title of the podcast: “The truth comes out…”


Ken May 19, 2015 at 9:10 am

I would suggest for the 200th episode doing a live podcast. But have guests come on and do it celebrity roast style. That would be fun, and could take “I Blame Dave” to a whole new level.


Thomas Callaway May 22, 2015 at 4:22 pm

Despite what Ian said about Grace & Frankie, I watched the first episode and it’s terrible.

But what really bothers me is that the two husbands admit that they’re gay and immediately every other character is angry they didn’t keep it secret.

The message of the show seems to be if you are gay and no one else knows then just keep it that way.

That’s despicable.


Craig M May 25, 2015 at 3:18 am

I was very concerned about this as well, I found it quite uncomfortable. However, I have since watched a few more episodes and they do a much better job of addressing complexities of the situation and the difficulties that all parties face in coming to terms with and adjusting to the changes in their lives. Still, regardless, its not a great show.


David Dedrick May 25, 2015 at 9:02 am

As I have not even finished watching Daredevil, I haven’t watched the show, but it sounds eminently avoidable.


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