The Eleven Most Metal Episodes of Space Ghost Coast to Coast

In 1994, Cartoon Network aired its first ever fully-produced, original series. That series was Space Ghost Coast to Coast, a re-imagining of the popular 1960s action cartoon as a satirical, adult-oriented take on late night talk show humor. The show featured retired superhero Space Ghost as a talk show host with support from two of his nemeses, the giant mantis Zorak as his musician and the helmeted molten lava man Moltar as his producer. The show had an offbeat, nonsensical humor that appealed to both children and adults alike, accented by the fact almost all of the animation was culled from scenes from the old cartoon, and though later episodes would delve deeply into absurdist humor, subverting the norm of the talk show format almost entirely, it remained acerbically witty and eminently quotable throughout its entire run.

Space Ghost Coast to Coast is easily one of the funniest shows ever produced, one that blended and juxtaposed the surreal world of bygone superhero animation with real-life celebrities moored in the social climate of the 1990s. These celebrities ranged the gamut from AAA musicians like Metallica to major television stars at the height of their popularity (Fran Drescher) to counterculture icons like Timothy Leary railing against a the modern world, but no matter the stature, all guests were lampooned and satirized in service to the show’s uniquely off-kilter brand of comedy. Among this list of who’s-who’s and has-beens were a surprisingly large number of heavy metal and hard rock celebrities and musicians, and this post is dedicated to some of these most memorable appearances.

As you’ll see in the clips below, a key ingredient to SGCtC‘s humor was the bizarre, even aloof way in which most of the celebrity interviews were presented. Rumor has it that the celebrities were taken into a dimly lit room and asked a series of deadpan questions by George Lowe (the voice of Space Ghost) dressed up in a full, albeit cheesy, Space Ghost costume. If that wasn’t sufficiently disorienting, the answers themselves were then cut and rearranged to match Space Ghost’s general cluelessness (he’d usually start each episode by asking each guest what his or her superpowers were) with an equal confusion on the part of the celebrity. Some of the best episodes then either featured celebrities who played along with the shtick and treated the cartoon character like a real host (like Bobcat Goldthwaite) or those who became exceptionally flustered and refused to play creator Mike Lazzo’s game.

The questionable interviews and dodgy responses are just one part of the show’s humor and charm, though, and if you find yourself thinking, “Man, I just don’t get it,” after watching an episode, that’s entirely reasonable, even expected. Space Ghost Coast to Coast’s comedy is, at its core, rooted in the French farce tradition; it’s sublime and surreal and absurd for the sake of absurdity, and that absurdity juxtaposed against some starkly relevant social commentary transforms the show into a petri dish of dada-esque one liners used to create visceral satire. In its devotion to transcending the trappings of reality and examining the ridiculousness of it all in a way that would surely have made Salvador Dali proud, SGCtC is distinct from its adult-oriented animated contemporaries. Despite maintaining some semblance of character progression (Space Ghost’s incompetence as both a superhero and talk show host becomes ever more pronounced as the seasons progress), the show is far too dependent on celebrity guest appearances and left-field in-jokes, many of which take seasons to come to fruition (Bobcat Goldthwaite’s crack about opening a window in Season 1 really only coming full circle upon Willie Nelson’s appearance in Season 7), to be comparable to The Simpsons or King of the Hill. Lazzo’s dedication to the surreal, replete with non-sequiturs, never delves into the sort of debased self-congratulating “Gee, look at how nostalgic I am,” pastiche that is Family Guy, and the show never lost itself too far down the chemically-altered rabbit trail to be truly comparable to the Adult Swim shows it spawned, namely Aqua Teen Hunger ForceSealab 2021Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, and The Brak Show. The show struck a perfect balance between off-kilter hyperbole and scathing irony that could simultaneously mock itself and tear down the ivory towers of 1990s celebrity hero worship, and it did so in such a sincere, convincing way that we’re unlikely to ever see another comedy quite like it.

Sadly the show reached its televised finale in 2004, outpaced by its own Adult Swim offspring, and despite a brief resurgence as a Gametap webseries from 2006-2008, it was never quite able to recapture its spark in a medium dedicated to video games more than comedy itself. Thankfully, Space Ghost’s legacy lives on in the modern iteration of Adult Swim, the house that show creator Mike Lazzo now runs, and though the modern Adult Swim demographic likely will never know the true treasure that was Space Ghost Coast to Coast during its initial broadcast season, its memory lives on in the minds of brilliant new comedians like Eric Andre who look to its nihilistic, Big Lebowski-esque irreverence as a source of inspiration.

But enough waxing nostalgic, let’s get to those metal guest appearances.


11. S1E5 – Bobcat – The Ramones

This episode features comedian Bobcat Goldthwait and punk band The Ramones, the latter fact elating Space Ghost’s musician/prisoner Zorak to no end. This episode spends far more time in the realm of the surreal than in any sort of satirical frame, with a number of breaches of the fourth wall, including when Bobcat asks Zorak to “play something public domain” just after Space Ghost explains that the show’s short duration is the reason for him switching between zany, disconnected jokes. The comedic peak of the episode is probably The Ramones randomly acquiring a cake and CGI party hats, though Bobcat mocking Space Ghost’s real name Tad Ghostal may be the metal highlight.


10. S3E26 – Freak Show – Bill Manspeaker

This episode features cast member and voice actor Andy Merrill as the nefarious Commander Andy, a desperate lurker intent on forcing his fandom and obsession upon Space Ghost. Commander Andy keeps interrupting the broadcast in a lo-fi take on public access television that’s not dissimilar from Mystery Science Theater 3000. The clips featuring him are quite painful and extremely awkward, poking fun at the basement mega-fan stereotype. Things then get really weird when Bill Manspeaker from Green Jelly shows up in his full costumed regalia to act even stranger than Andy Merrill. Zorak then turns the metaphorical mirror on Space Ghost, arguing that only sad, desperate dweebs dress up in costume. The whole episode is one of the more uncomfortable segments to run in the show’s history, but this antagonistically self-abasing delivery is done with the express purpose of making fun of superheros, costumed performers, and the fandoms that idolize them. It’s nearly unbearable to watch, but then again, so are many people who take entertainment too far.


9. S7E79 – Kentucky Nightmare – Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson, despite playing country music, has long been heralded by metalheads as a compatriot in spirit, if not in style. Nelson’s rebellious, laissez-faire attitude comes to the fore in this satirical take on cynical corporate mergers. That subtext is partially submerged beneath some of the show’s most obtuse humor, though. At this point in the show’s development, Space Ghost himself has grown jaded and bitter with the success of others, caring little for the direction or structure of his show; this slackening of the pace opened up the series to some of the better left-hand hot takes it would explore, and this episode was no exception. That cynical corporate merger? Ghost Planet gets bought out by a liquor company who insist that a shark hangs out in the studio. Inexplicably, the shark attracts a bear who goes on to maul Space Ghost while Willie Nelson laughs in equal amusement and confusion. It’s exceptionally out there, even by Space Ghost standards, but you have to watch it. P.S., one particularly libelous offhand joke implies that superhero costumes are produced in a Malaysian sweatshop owned by Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn.


8. S3E28 – Surprise – Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde

This episode features a whirlwind rotation of guest celebrities, all of whom Zorak blasts after complaining that each is unable to make him laugh. As this cavalcade of stars is paraded through the studio, Space Ghost battles the most brutal of all enemies: inter-office bureaucracy. While Space Ghost is trapped in the mail room, making quips about Adam West and Wonder Woman, Moltar is planning a surprise birthday party for his boss with a who’s-who of villains from the 60s cartoon. This episode’s humor is derived from its contrasting of seemingly binary forces, namely humdrum office life for aging professionals with the fantasy and whimsy of youth. Plus, Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde of Primus fall victim to Zorak’s blaster.


7. S3E24 – Sharrock – Thurston Moore

This episode is a tribute to free-jazz guitarist Sonny Sharrock who composed the original theme song, “Hit Single,” and several other songs for the show to use. It also, for some reason, features king of the hipsters and the once and future lord of all black metal, Thurston Moore. If you can’t stand Moore’s decidedly punchable face, though, just focus on the excellent Sharrock tunes and the way the camera slowly zooms in on Space Ghost’s look of annoyance while the band just jams.


6. S2E17 – Sleeper – Hulk Hogan and Slash

This episode opens with a cantankerous Space Ghost breaking the fourth wall in an overt manner (even by Space Ghost standards) as he laments the need to keep making episodes. After some poorly-written haikus, the show then slips into a satire of the bloated and often silly marriage between metal and professional wrestling by taking pot shots both at Slash and Hulk Hogan’s erstwhile action romp Thunder in Paradise. Although the show creators splicing a bunch of random quotations from Hulk Hogan together to simulate a lack of oxygen to the brain is certainly one of the funnier moments, the real highlight of this episode is Slash’s utter befuddlement as he refuses to answer questions, cooperate, or provide a “zippy guitar solo with his mouth.” keep an eye out for some gags at Ted Turner’s expense, too.


5. S2,E13 – Girlie Show – Alice Cooper

Although Space Ghost Coast to Coast was content to generally avoid overt political commentary, the showrunners were not shy about slipping in poignant observations when the time was right. The humor in “Girlie Show” is actually somewhat dire compared to most other episodes, taking a clandestine but scathing look at the way the entertainment industry treats women. As a kid, this fact was completely lost on me, though I did find Alice Cooper as glib and winsome then as I do now. Though Cooper’s inclusion on the all-girl episode seems to be a rather direct play on the gender-bending tactics of the old school shock rock and glam scene, it certainly works as an effective microcosm of gender politics in entertainment. Thankfully, Space Ghost’s mooning for Fran Drescher  and Zorak’s mooning for Jack Klugman save this episode from being a bit too heavyhanded.


4. S4E52 – Piledriver – Rob Zombie

Although the metal credential for this episode is an increasingly frustrated Rob Zombie screaming, “Look, if I said it wasn’t true the first time, it’s not true the second time, buddy!” the guest appearance of Space Ghost’s grandfather Leonard Ghostal voiced by none other than the magnanimous Macho Man Randy Savage truly sets this episode apart. The Macho Man’s presence allows for a fun and infectious deconstruction of professional wrestling as the former heavyweight champion, in the guise of a wizened superhero/wrestler, reminisces on his past glories while talking smack on Raven-Symoné, Zorak, and anyone else who gets in his way. That is until Zorak decides to hit him with a metal chair while Moltar does his best impression of a pro wrestling announcer. The show’s abstract humor proved the perfect vehicle for Macho Man’s over-the-top personality.


3. S3E30 – Jacksonville – James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett

Metallica are easily the biggest metal musicians ever featured on Space Ghost Coast to Coast, so you’d almost be inclined to think their appearance was wasted on an episode constructed as a silly spoof of action shows like The A-Team. Almost, but the ironic format features such ridiculous jokes (such as Lokar confessing a pregnancy to Space Ghost) and baffling development that the metal mega-stars are somehow overshadowed by the cartoon characters, particularly the cruel-hearted locust who responds to a potentially drunk Hetfield’s terrible ad-hoc Space Ghost song with, “Well that was stupid” in that deadpan, insectoid voice only C. Martin Croker can pull off. Spoiler: Metallica dies at the end after Space Ghost delivers a series of firm spankings to Moltar and villain whipping-boy Tansit.


2. S7E83 – Sweet for Brak – Jack Black and Kyle Gass

Tenacious D’s guest appearance is perhaps the most overtly metal in the entire run of the show. In fact, the metal attributes of this particular episode include: a giant flaming goat head, Zorak playing a metal song called “Explosivo,” a hand-puppet version of The Omen, Zorak vomiting and devouring a goat, Tenacious D making fun of Space Ghost for attending Bat-camp, Zorak’s horror comedy Blood Dumpster, a censored version of “Fuck Her Gently” set to images of Space Ghost wrestling a giant snake, and Yogi Bear arriving as Satan wearing a crown of femurs. Yes, you read all of that correctly.


1. S4E31 – Late Show – Dave Grohl

Remember when I said the episode with Bill Manspeaker was incredibly awkward? Our number 1 choice somehow tops that, but the painfully deadpan nature of the delivery and cruel murder of comedy is all done to drive the show’s natural satire of late night shows to its painful and violent conclusion. This episode is a sketch-by-sketch take on an episode of The Late Show with David Letterman wherein every single joke, every zing, every instance of Zorak ecstatically pronouncing, “Yes!” like David Shaffer is delivered with nose-diving aplomb. It’s entirely as unfunny as an actual David Letterman segment and cannot even be saved by a guest appearance from our lord and savior Dave Grohl, and that’s the entire point. It does have a fantastic quote near the end, though, as Space Ghost yells, “Jazzbox! Jazzbox! Jazzbox! Start dancing, metalhead” at Moltar.


Bonus Round – S4E54 – Dam – Charlton Heston

This episode is undoubtedly and my favorite and is the source of one of my most cherished lines, “Thou shalt not hesitate!”

Do you have a favorite episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast? Let me know in the comments below.

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  • Boss theSpeedMetalBastard Ross

    Well, I guess i need to get off my ass and watch Space Ghost.

  • CyberneticOrganism

    Great article idea. Further proof that Rob Zombie is a complete dick in interviews.

  • Brock Samson

    I killed Space Ghost and made the greatest Adult Swim show Dubs. Venture Bros all the way. But seriously, Space Ghost was awesome

    • Dubs

      Venture Bros. and Space Ghost fair a very common theme, actually. Both look at the roaring optimism and childish bravado of the 1960s era of superheros and super-science and translate that optimism into a modern setting where those dreams never panned out.

      • Brock Samson

        Exactly. While hilarious, there is a underlying darkness about the humor due to becoming overtaken by the evolution of society and the failures we experience that were supposed to turn into our dreams and desires.

        • Dubs

          Although Aqua Teen, etc., were the actual successors to Space Ghost, I think Venture Bros. is definitely the spiritual successor.

          • No!

          • Dubs

            Nephew breath!

          • hieronymus bossk
          • Doctor Girlfriend >>>>>>>>
            oh crap, was that out loud?!

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Lol, that’s who Cailtlyn Jenner reminds me of when she talks!

          • hieronymus bossk

            Very true. The shame.

          • I was just quoting Zorak, not disagreeing. Venture Bros. is supreme

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            I’m amazed that AS actually cancelled Aqua Teen, considering that was practically the show that made AS a success. And don’t even get me started on them and Metalocalypse, my all time favorite show, getting cancelled.

        • hieronymus bossk

          Venture Bros. leaves the other shows caked in its sticky triumph.

          PS: I love that disgusting line.

  • I don’t know if this will work as well for newcomers, but fans of Space Ghost, play this in the background and don’t watch the video at all. Listening to it like a radio show makes this even funnier to me. All the sound, quick dialogue, and other madness shoots my imagination into overdrive

  • The first time I saw Metallica was in this show.

    Overall, I never understood it in my teens. But I can appreciate it right now.

  • Surprised Rush wasn’t featured since they seem to be referenced a lot. Especially on cartoons.

    • Dubs

      They pop up on Aqua Teen, right?

      • Yeah, more than once.

        • Owlswald
          • Classic. Saw this movie in the theaters. I actually paid to see this, TWICE!

          • Dubs

            If you’ve never seen the Aqua Teen pilot that was an episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, it’s linked at the top.

          • I have seen that. The movie has a reference to Space Ghost in it as well. I tried to find a video, but came up empty.

            ” I Am Smelling A Missile. Naa, There’s, There’s No Way! Greetings! I’m Space Gh-(Gets Impaled By Missile And Blows Up)”

          • Dubs

            lol. I never saw the movie all the way through.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Did you get cut with a linoleum kniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiife?

      • Also featured on King of the Hill, Family Guy, Beavis and Butthead, South Park, and American Dad.

      • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

        Neil was on the Aqua Teen movie, that much I know.

  • Boss theSpeedMetalBastard Ross

    Dubs, your “Thou shalt not hesitate!” from the other day makes more sense now. Haha! It is apparent that you have a passion for the show, thank you for the write up!

  • Excellent work, W !

    GL

  • Zorak repeatedly saying no to any questions asked during the metallica episode is deadly, I couldn’t stop laughing at work

  • hieronymus bossk

    Number 1 surprised me, I never knew Tenacious D was on Space Ghost!

    • Dubs

      That Tenacious D episode is just so good, dude.

      • hieronymus bossk

        That’s why it’s number 1! (As I purposefully ignore the other episode/person at number 1)

  • Janitor Jim Duggan

    Such a good show. Shame the Brak spin off wasn’t as good.

    • Dubs

      Which one? There was Cartoon Planet, Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak, and The Brak Show.

      • Janitor Jim Duggan

        The Brak Show. I didn’t like it at all.

        • ♫ Three hams will fill him
          ♫ Three hams will thrill him
          ♫ Why don’t you feed him… three hams!

        • There was an awesome moment in a Zorak song:

          “Te voy a patear hasta no poder más…
          Ese hermoso trasero se te caerá…”

      • Waynecro

        Cartoon Planet was awesome.

  • High on Vallenfyre

    I have never actually seen this show. I should remedy that.

    • Dubs

      Which one are you going to watch?

  • Ol Dirty Blastbeard

    SEALAB 2021 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    • BIZARRO!

    • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

      And Frisky Dingo!

      • Janitor Jim Duggan

        Drinky Crow is also a good one. Same with Assy McGee and The Eric Andre Show.

        • Gene Hoglan was on The Eric Andre Show.

          • Dubs

            Hoglan >>>

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Hoglan = swole as fuck.

            Met him when I interviewed SYL. He’s about my size (5’6 or so), but built like a goddamn refrigerator!

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            Exhumed performed with the Supremes on the first episode of season 3.

          • Oh that’s right, totally forgot about that.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Wow, that’s odd.

          • Really, odd? We are talking about Eric Andre here.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            No clue who that is.

          • Well, he’s the guys on The Eric Andre Show.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Never seen it. Lol, he’s two people/guys?

          • if you’ve seen the show, even once, you would never ask a single question.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Cool, I’ll check it out a little later. In the middle of a Babes In Toyland playlist.

          • let me know what you think of the show too. start with the first episode. it’s pretty brilliant (at least to a small audience!)

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Will do, sugar pie honey bunch!

        • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

          Assy McGee was a masterpiece of high brow comedy! Haven’t seen Drinky Crow.

          • Spear

            I think Drinky Crow was a spinoff of a SNL skit. Pretty dark, though not on the level of Moral Orel.

          • Dubs

            If you’ve ever struggled with alcoholism (or been there for someone who did), Drinky Crow is a pretty depressing affair.

          • Spear

            Oh, no doubt. Moral Orel hit a little closer to home with me, though.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Eh, I’ll still check it out nonetheless. Been through alcoholism, and most likely have seen much more depressing movies and shows regarding alcoholism (Under The Volcano, Leaving Las Vegas, Withnail And I, etc.).

        • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls
          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            I heard. It’s very sad.

      • A.P.

        Frisky Dingo is so unbelievably underrated.

        • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

          Hopefully they’ll get back to doing FD, especially since there was a ton of things left up in the air at the end of season 2. They’ll probably do that after Archer wraps up. I’m calling it!

          • A.P.

            I haven’t seen or heard anything about it, but I had definitely assumed it was just completely done and would be pursued no longer. I hope you’re right, though, that would be awesome to see after so many years left dormant.

    • JWEG

      I think Adult Swim really topped itself with Moral Orel. Especially when it got super dark in the last Season…

      • Moral Orel is by far the best thing AS ever did.

        • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

          Especially the alcohol and crack/heroin episodes. Awwwwwwwwww, maturity juice!

      • have you heard the Nerdist interview with [i think] Scott Adsit, regarding the show? fascinating

        • JWEG

          I don’t recall reading any Nerdist interviews about it. But I might have accidentally once read it before noticing the site source.

          I do recall some stuff about the battles over last-season content and the fallout thereafter, though.

          I will look it up.

      • Ol Dirty Blastbeard

        i can get down with Moral Orel.

        i also like some of the more cult ones like Perfect Hair Forever

        • Does anyone remember The Heart, She Holler? Goddamn that was a fucked up show.

          • Ol Dirty Blastbeard

            doesnt ring any bells.

            seems like they have a bunch of Brendan Small type shows on now

          • It only aired for a couple of seasons. I’m surprised it lasted one season honestly. It’s the same guys that did Wonder Showzen.

          • Dubs

            I caught a few episodes randomly but never had any clue what was happening.

          • It was a hot mess for sure.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            Haven’t seen it, but a couple of friends recommended it to me (same ones who recommended Bad Boy Bubby, Philosophy Of A Knife and Blood Sucking Freaks, so yeah I’m imagining it’s fucked up judging by their track record)

  • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

    AAA musicians like Metallica = they come to tow your car when it breaks down on the side of the road and give you a lift.

  • JWEG

    I really do wish Cartoon Network/[AS] Canada would show SGCTC even late at night, especially considering that even its “brand new episodes” of new programs are shown two years later than the U.S. parent network. If you’re not going to do new TV just go right back to the roots please.

    Either that or just fold altogether, and bring back Teletoon Retro which CN Canada unceremoniously replaced last Summer. I miss reliving my childhood Saturday mornings through mini Ghostbusters, TMNT and He-Man marathons.

    • Dubs

      I have the first three seasons on DVD, but it would be nice if there was an easier way to watch them. They get scrubbed from youtube pretty frequently.

  • A.P.

    I’m so pleased that this got an article. I make a point of watching the whole series over a couple of days every year or two because it’s probably my favorite show ever aside from Metalocalypse and since it debuted the same year as my birth, some of my earliest memories are actually watching Space Ghost.

    • Dubs

      I’m a bit older than you, but I actually remember watching some of the earlier seasons of this as a kid with my mom.

      • Waynecro

        When the show began airing, my family didn’t have cable. I only got to watch it when I was babysitting for my drunk neighbor.
        Neighbor: “You can watch the Playboy channel after the kids go to bed if you want.”
        Me: “No thanks, dude. Space Ghost Coast to Coast is on.

        • Dubs

          I’m glad to see your priorities were straight from the start.

  • IronLawnmower

    Weird ass adult swim TV shows and lead paint shaped my sense of humour and me as a person.

  • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

    Superjail >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  • Crab Nicholson

    What, no Bjork?

    • Dubs

      I laughed pretty hard at Thom Yorke in that episode.

  • Waynecro

    Dude, I love this show. Thanks for the awesome article! CROWN OF FEMURS!!!

    • Dubs

      Your eyes rolled back in your head and you were chanting, “Satan, daddy, satan, daddy!”

      • Waynecro

        Hell yeah! Man, that’s probably the episode I remember best. There’s something terribly unsettling about a crown of femurs–even when that crown is sitting on Yogi the Bear’s head. If I were a black-metal singer, I’d totally wear a crown of femurs.

    • more beer

      Me too!

  • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

    In other news, a man claims that too much music and masturbation caused him to vandalize home:

    http://nbc4i.com/2016/04/11/man-says-too-much-music-masturbation-caused-him-to-vandalize-home/?utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link

    What’s his TOH handle?

    • more beer

      KJU!

      • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

        Hey now, I’m not a vandal! Everything else though………

        • more beer

          Hey I don’t know. The top bunk could have finally pushed you over the edge.

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            The top bunk is a place of peace, unwinding and getting in touch with myself. It feels like a load off my pants, um I mean back, by the time I’m back into the cold, cruel world.

          • more beer

            It is not a place of peace for those dodging your jisballs!

          • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

            That reminds me, I gotta hit my floor with a deck brush and squeegee it.

          • more beer

            Hahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

    Yep, this is actually a thing now.

  • Lisa Ling: Devourer Of Souls

    Never thought I’d say this, but the new M83 CD is fucking awful so far. I wasn’t expecting something as grand in scope or as magnificent as ‘Hurry Up We’re Dreaming’, but this is fucking horrible.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmNhhXloum4

    WTF, is this the theme song for ‘Dallas’? Porno music? FLUSH!!!!!!