Archive for Season Three

150 Daniel Bush and Trey Alexander

“Homonyms”

On the 150th episode of Obscure Reference, Doug Driesel Jr., your intrepid host, is joined by Johnson Franklin and Golblax von Blackleblack (from another galaxy). Sassy emperors! Elvis Palpatine! Facetiming with Doug’s niece! The Death Star II Hotel! Crunchy towels! Shrivelled penis talk! Rev. Sun Myung Moon! Doom Patrol! Coach! Cooper has to sit! Bryan Cranston brain explosion! Storm Trooper Dave!

149 Sarah Tweedle and Drew Webber

“Narfle the Garthok”

Doug Driesel Jr. and Tweedle and the Dee! Rocky Horror Picture Show! Adam Sandler albums! Have the guests listened to the show at all? As usual, NO! Human-sized chickens! Married people! Rupaul’s Drag Race! Branson! A-HA songs! Tweets from last night! Songs! Grey’s Anatomy!

148 Brandon Speakes and Donavan Michael Winterfeld

“White Astronauts Can’t Jump”

Childhood commercials. Back scratchers. The Simpsons. Scooby Dumb. Hong Kong Phooey. Casey Kasem. Facebook algorithm. Selling merchandise. Assassin sharks. Men at Work. Apollo 13. Rosie Perez. Hangovers. The origin of Golbacca. Okay Google failure. Right Right Right Right. Canada. Body temperatures. Sasquatch.

147 Michael Underlin

“Uncle Jesse Hair”

Chekhov’s Gun. Tiny Toons. Laser discs. #HanShotFirst. Arrested Development. Z. Strongbad. Sandwiches. Andrew Garfield. The movie “Next.” Full House. Punky Brewster. Evil twins. The superpower of “memory.” Splatball. Queen Amidala. The need of glasses. Face/Off. Legal downloads. Trading Places. Mug collections. No creepy whispering at the Alamo Drafthouse. Samurai Jack. Family of Sandwiches. Back to the Future III.

146 Jake Young, Pauly Ray and Josh Wingo

“Green Bean News”

Whippits. Introductions. James Earl Ray. The evening news. Green beans. 10 minute theme songs. Killing vampires. Cauliflower. Snapping bones. Albert Einstein. Many tailed cats. Explaining jokes. Post-it Notes. Writhing habits. Mexican Beans: GO! Crowns. Muscle Men. Tie breakers. Terminator 2: Secret of the Ooze. Disney’s Robin Hood. Is Doug a wolverine? Fondest memories of The X-Files. John Goodman vs. Zelda Rubinstein. Barenaked Ladies songs. Max Headroom. Henry Rollins.