Let us cherish our last few moments of summah before the drab and dreary non-summah seasons take over. Let us spend the twilight of the finest season enjoying charts and the delightful Todd Barry. Let us learn what is on the Billboard Country Singles Chart and what the heck Straw Dogs is about. Let us enjoy Todd's impression of dubstep music and a rousing game of Chart Piata. And most importantly, let us design Who Charted? themed cups and koozies for a chance to win the 12.5 Cups of Summah. Goodbye summah. We'll miss you dearly.
Episode 42 — 12.5 Cups of Summah
Posted 21 September 2011 - 07:17 AM
I consider Coachella to be the official start of summah. Therefore, I propose that you take a trip to Target, pick up one of those tailgating tents, pitch your own Who Charted? tent at Coachella next year, and have a summah. If you happen to see a slip n slide while you are out, pick that up too.
Posted 21 September 2011 - 09:39 AM
Summah here with your I Dream of Jeanie info: it was set in Cocoa Beach! As a kid I watched A LOT of Nick at Nite. And my "pretend time" consisted of my friend and I playing Jeanie and Samantha from Bewitched (I was Samantha. As an 8-year-old I already knew that I would never be dictated by a "master")
Posted 21 September 2011 - 01:54 PM
I totally had the idea to make a dubstep song out of this episode before H&K even brought it up, I'm gonna try to do it. Very interested in the 12.5 cups contest as well.
Awesome episode, Todd Barry is hilarious, I think his realization that the chart game was about him was my favorite yet, this is why you shouldn't tell the guests ahead of time, it's always funny to hear them figure it out and be confused by Howard's weirdly worded clues.
Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:49 PM
Todd Barry's dubstep impression was hot, not to mention spot on.
So I was thinking to remix it, but then I decided to use it alongside Alex Taylor's acappella Movie Chart theme from the same episode (hope you don't mind, Alex) for a dubstep RE-remix of the Movie Chart Theme: