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Season 1 Podcast – Greatest Sitcom Challenge – 2000’s Bracket

Sophie’s choice. That’s all I can say here. Sophie’s goddamned choice. Good luck. It's time to continue with our final first round bracket – the era of the 2000's. First vote is Big. Really big. — Season 1 Podcast (@season1pod)… (READ MORE)

Season 1 Podcast – Greatest Sitcom Bracket – 1990’s

Continuing on with our Greatest Sitcom bracket (you can see full results here) – today, we’re looking at the 1990’s. Alright – here’s the first of 8 matchups tonight in the first round – 90’s Bracket. A radio doctor versus… (READ MORE)

Season 1 Podcast – Greatest Sitcom – 80’s Bracket

We continue with our bracket to determine the greatest sitcom of all time. (Prime time, 30 minute shows that ran from 1970-2009.) We turn our focus now to the era of the 1980’s. You have two days to vote and… (READ MORE)

What is the Greatest Sitcom? Let’s Decide

[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5174878/height/90/width/450/theme/custom/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/88AA3C/” height=”90″ width=”450″] Friends? Bob Newhart? ALF? Scrubs? What is the greatest 30 minute sitcom? In the spirit of March Madness, Rambling Morons in cooperation with Season 1 Podcast is hoping to find out. Every few days, we’ll be… (READ MORE)

Season 1 Podcast – Freaks and Geeks Episodes 1 and 2

We’ve moved onto Freaks and Geeks on our Season 1 Podcast. F&G only ran one season and is widely considered (along with Firefly) as the best cancelled show in recent history. Chris and I have started reviewing it and here… (READ MORE)

Seoul Travelog – Day 6.1 – Brett’s Journal

About a week before we left for Seoul, I bought Brett a journal to capture his moments and reflections on the trip. It’s sitting right next to me – still in the shrink wrap. He even had an assignment for… (READ MORE)

Seoul Travelog – Day 6 – Johwa

This will likely be my last travelog as we leave in 36 hours and have a ton to smush into our schedule. I’ll post some additional pictures and reflections in a week or so when I’ve had a chance to… (READ MORE)

Seoul Travelog – Day 5 – Baseball

Missionaries brought the game of baseball to Asia in the late 1800’s. Centuries later, it has evolved into nearly the same game as we see in the United States — on the field, that is. Off the field is a… (READ MORE)

Seoul Travelog – Day 4 – The Edge of the World on Edge

When you find Korea on the map, it looks relatively isolated. A peninsula country, it sticks out of the north eastern tip of Asia just north of Japan. But when you get here, you realize that Korea is really wedged between… (READ MORE)

Seoul Travelog – Day 3 – The Stories

The old saying goes there are eight million stories in the naked city. Whomever coined that phrase likely grossly undercounted Seoul. Day three here and I already have dozens of stories. The couple from Minnesota that saw my Royals jacket and… (READ MORE)