Your Weekend Justice #136: For Legal Reasons, This Episode Has a Different Name in Ireland

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that has no budget but comes over like solid gold. This podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.


Weiner King


  • The Irish James
  • 32 Days of Scott Being Overexcited
  • Odd names in Ireland
  • Burger Despot!
  • Odd math in America
  • Drinking and…drinking
  • Scott learns liters
  • Useless fast food fact!
  • Widge pisses off the Skype gods!
  • The new Monster Mash!
  • Rox, The Equalizer
  • The Grand Prize Game reborn!
  • Rox vs. Officer Bill!
  • Aaron and ladies in beards
  • The severe lack of Funky Winkerbean internationally
  • Aaron and the Scarlet Spider
  • Choose sides carefully
  • (more…)

    By | 2017-09-24T22:35:45+00:00 November 4th, 2011|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|2 Comments

    The Stepford Wives (2004) – DVD Review

    stepford wives 2004 dvd cover


    Written by: Paul Rudnick, based on the novel by Ira Levin
    Directed by: Frank Oz
    Starring: Nicole Kidman, Bette Midler, Matthew Broderick, Glenn Close, and Christopher Walken


    • Commentary by Director Oz
    • Deleted/Extended Scenes
    • Gag Reel
    • Featurettes:
      • A Perfect World: The Making of The Stepford Wives
      • Stepford: A Definition
      • Stepford: The Architects
      • The Stepford Wives
      • The Stepford Husbands

    Released by: Paramount
    Region: 1
    Rating: PG-13
    Anamorphic: Yes

    My Advice: Skip It


    By | 2017-09-24T23:05:02+00:00 March 16th, 2009|DVD Reviews|0 Comments

    Arsenic and Old Lace – DreamCast

    To learn more about this, we suggest checking out the DVD of the original, available here. Or if you just want the original play, that’s here.

    Also, in reviewing this to port it to the new version of the site, I thought I was satisfied with the cast. Then Cosette threw doubt on my Mortimer choice…and it all unraveled from there. So there I went and moved the majority to the Ultimate side of the house. Then that meant we needed a new Mortimer–and she nailed the new one. So that’s why we’re here. Let’s proceed.


    Role DreamCast Ultimate DreamCast

    Mortimer Brewster Simon Pegg Tom Hanks, circa Apollo 13
    Jonathan Brewster Jeremy Irons Boris Karloff, circa 1941
    Dr. Einstein Billy Crystal Peter Lorre
    Abby Brewster Joan Plowright Joan Plowright
    Martha Brewster Maggie Smith Maggie Smith
    Teddy Brewster Nathan Lane Mel Blanc
    Elaine Harper Amy Adams Audrey Hepburn, circa Charade
    Officer O’Hara Dylan Moran Spike Milligan, late 60s
    Mr. Witherspoon J. K. Simmons James Whitmore, early 70s
    Lt. Rooney Brian Doyle-Murray Ron Carey, circa History of the World
    Directed by Frank Oz Frank Capra


    By | 2017-09-24T23:05:54+00:00 February 14th, 2009|DreamCasts|6 Comments

    The 39 Stairs Starring Grover

    Grover in 39 Steps

    While I fully realize that Ectoplasmosis already brought up the whole Sisyphus angle of this particular Sesame Street piece and thus have already deflated any attempt I could make at tying this in to your work week…well, it’s just perfect. From Cookie Monster‘s head angle with pipe at the beginning, to the ending “Hurry.” Just perfect.

    Bonus for you after the break.

    Direct link for the feedreaders.

    By | 2017-09-24T23:23:31+00:00 December 21st, 2007|Stimuli|0 Comments

    Behold: 13 Days of Xmas

    John Denver Muppets

    That’s right. Because I’ve got more time than sense (which if you know how little free time I have is really saying something) and because people seemed to dig our 32 Days of Halloween mayhem, I hereby kickoff the 13 Days of Xmas. (Not to be confused with the children’s book of a similar name but with a different spelling.)

    Now I realize that the 12 Days of Christmas are supposed to actually start Christmas Day, but if you’re like me, you want all the carols and shit to stop at 12:01am on December 26th because you’re trying to get ready for New Year’s and, you know, they’ve been playing the goddamn carols and having Santa run around since mid-October. For our purposes, we’re starting this today, December 13th. Right? 13 Days, starting December 13th? Right?

    Might as well nod, that’s as clever as we get around here, folks.

    Anyway. So. From now until Christmas Day we’ll be posting bits and clips and whatever we can lay hands upon that fits in with our idea of celebrating everyone’s favorite Christianized pagan holiday. Ready? Go.

    By | 2017-09-24T23:23:44+00:00 December 13th, 2007|13 Days of Xmas|0 Comments

    Early Muppets & The La Choy Dragon: Looks Like a Buncha Sickos If You Ask Me.

    La Choy Dragon

    Here we have the presentation that the Muppets folks put together for La Choy, starring (getting their full names from the Muppet Wiki) Delbert the La Choy Dragon and his accountant-esque companion, Mert. Great cameo appearance by Rolf.

    Direct link for the feedreaders.

    Another vintage commercial from Henson after the break, this time for Marathon Oil, featuring singing gas pumps. It was a simpler time then. These days they won’t even speak to you unless you pre-pay.

    By | 2017-09-24T23:28:34+00:00 August 6th, 2007|Stimuli|0 Comments

    Trading Places (1983) – DVD Review

    Trading Places DVD cover art


    Written by: Timothy Harris and Herschel Weingrod
    Directed by: John Landis
    Starring: Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphy, Ralph Bellamy, Don Ameche, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kristin Holby, Frank Oz, James Belushi, and Al Franken

    Released by: Paramount
    Region: 1
    Rating: R
    Anamorphic: Yes

    My Advice: Rent it.

    Louis Winthorpe (Aykroyd) is an up-and-coming Wall Street tycoon who is about to get married. Billy Ray Valentine (Murphy) is a panhandler who has seen better days. Randolph and Mortimer Duke (Bellamy and Ameche) have other plans in mind for both of them. See, they have differing theories as to what makes successful people so successful. Randolph believes that people are influenced by their surroundings and Mortimer believes that breeding is what makes people successful. So, they place a bet with one another: They will have Winthorpe and Valentine will be forced to trade places with one another so that each can try to prove each other’s theories.


    By | 2017-09-25T00:01:09+00:00 December 7th, 2003|DVD, Reviews|0 Comments