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Your Weekend Justice #63: As Funky As a Classicist Needs to Be

And we’re back. Please note: this podcast, if you haven’t figured it out, is profane and not safe for consumption by children or animals. Or sentient creatures of any sort. Or even cardboard boxes. Nothing. Nobody. Got it?


Badass Bootsy Collins


  • iTuffley
  • Scott Returns
  • Rox’s neighborhood
  • Widge loses his Dr. Who virginity
  • Dr. Who discussion continues
  • Widge’s sexual harrassment lawsuit
  • Rock lobster!
  • George Takei vs. ScottC
  • Bill Nighy, the Science Guy
  • Dindrane and the deity of the day
  • The second hell
  • A Tribute to Paul Lynde
  • Liberace, too
  • Match Game vs. Hollywood Squares
  • DreamCasting the Needcoffee Squares
  • The Whammy in Classic Literature
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  • Night of the Whammy
  • Scott vs. Shakespeare
  • The phrase that pays
  • Naval barrage
  • Kevin Kline
  • Din needs to get funked
  • Serv’s absence explained…again

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1 comment

  • I have to correct Mr. Plume on a point made in the podcast. “Doodles” Weaver and Charley Weaver are two seperate entities. “Doodles” Weaver was a sideman for Spike Jones, who eventually was fired due to his battles with Spike. “Doodles” was also know for his sketches and short films notorious for their word play and slapstick. His brother Pat created the Today Show, and his daughter is Sigourney Weaver.
    Charles Weaver was a folksy character created by Cliff Arquette for the Jack Paar Show, which hemoved over to Hollywood Squares. Also, as Charley Weaver, Cliff played Mrs. Butterworth in a series of ads for the pancake syrup.