This is where Jon Turley helps us bring TADPOG from yeah to yes. We kind of talk about Darkwing Duck for the NES. What we really do is argue about Harrison Ford, Dave brings shame to his family by catastrophically failing a quiz about CAPCOM, and Tyler filibusters Jon.
It’s time. Time to answer some voicemail and read some text messages. We TADPOG Boys investigate a (Beloved) Long package! We listen to Chandra read a Leonard Delaney story about Idris Elba and then hear real live British people talk on the show! Dave shares a poop story most foul! We list every TADPOG guest host confidently without flaw.
We’re talking about Clock Tower, the 1995 survival-horror point-and-click adventure game for the Super Famicom. What you heard from your friends is true: maybe we bring some weak-ass intro stories to the table. Cut us some slack — it’s been a day. There’s some good discussion about survival horror video games. Also æggs.
Fresh off the heels of A Week of Garmfield, Sandwich Pope Phil Hawkins returns for his interview (for a mere half-dollar). He talks about games. He talks about kissing. Y’know, just games and kissing. Bonus: Tyler talks about fingering caramel dip and Phil reveals his favorite Look Who’s Talking Movie.
By order of The Friendship Pact and Duck Law, Tyler is honor-bound to stop playing awful games for at least one episode so Dave can get one fresh breath of air before plunging back into the dark waters of mediocre video games. The palate cleanser of choice? DuckTales for the NES and DuckTales: Remastered. That’s right: just two old guys talking about naughty ducks. We drink margaritas, talk about Deadpool, and figure out who would win in a fight between Darkwing Duck and Gizmoduck.
The Congratulations Boys decided to blow the dust off their trusty Famicom and throw in A Week of Garfield. Sandwich Pope Phil Hawkins joins us to talk about why we love lasagna so much: Garmfield. I mean, Garfield. Phil introduces a new segment entitled “YouTube Comments Presented by Phil’s Wife’s Money” and a random Darkwing Duck pop quiz appears.
We’re talking about the 1994 SNES game, Eek! The Cat. We each drink a Peach Bellini. We talk about how to flirt with men. We have an update on what a Walgreens Code Four is. Tyler explains to us what a pain particle is. Dave was a frog. There are two quizzes.
Ryan (of Saberto’s brother fame) joins to help Saberto and Dave talk about Captain Novolin, the diabetes education game for the Super Nintendo. Two-thirds of us are sick, we all try appletinis, and talk about doctors with neck fat. Also, Sean Connery calls us.