Back for another week of pop culture mayhem. We may have uncovered Chinese hipsters ‘this week in china,’ Alex gives us a Cute Science fact, and CBS gave a written warning to the dress code for this year’s Grammy. We chat about our favorite parts of this year’s Super Bowl, a local girl makes Rick-Ross-money-worthy national news, and Elisa gives us the ‘low down’ on some ‘tubular’ 90’s slang via an EXPRESS employee manual. Check it out!
It’s QLC Time! Aladdin’s on Broadway, Kim Dotcom’s back in the news, Octomom’s back on the pole, video game companies are going bankrupt, and Glee stole a song. We also bring you lots of music news, including Beyonce lipsynching and NKOTB going back on tour. And we close with some video game mashups! Download. We love you!
Hey QLC Fans! The IBM supercomputer Watson learned how to say curse words, the Green Ranger is trying to break a world record, Nvidia has a new gaming device, a new stomach pump has been invented, we talk Destructoid’s anticipated games, we talk the Oscars/Razzies, and we and play “Bad Movie, Epic Tagline” and “Jay-Z or Great Gatsby.” Awesome show this week. Tell your friends!
It is our first podcast of the new year, and the QLC Team starts 2013 off right. Subway will not let you get ketchup, China will not let you run yellow rights, a dad will not let his kid play MMOs, and Brazil will not let cats into their prisons. The Team also breaks down the One Pound Fish song, YouTube’s policy changes, and the upcoming movies in 2013. Give us a download and tell a friend!
Join us for our last podcast episode of the year. It is super-sized with the best songs of the year, the worst movies of the year, the best memes of the year, every QLC cast member’s favorite 2012 moments, a new game show “Elisa: Pseudocelebrity”, a painful sex injury plaguing an MMA fighter, the latest privacy controversy with Instagram, Alicia Keys’ involvement in a copyright infringement suit, and much, much more. Thanks for listening to us this year. We can’t wait to ...
Get excited for our weekly podcastaganza! This week, Cuba bans reggaeton, there’s a helium shortage, we have new inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and a monkey got loose at an Ikea. The gang also talks about Kevin Smith, the Grammy nominations, the Gaming Awards, and the Toys R’ Us catalog. Thanks for listening. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter (@QLC_Podcast), and give us a call at 571-DELTACO. Much love!
Time for some musical madness, QLC fans! The Team laughs so hard at a YouTube video by musician Dan Henig doing an acoustic cover of “Get Low” by Lil’ Jon that they decided to do their own acoustic covers of rap songs. Its simply not to be missed. The team also discusses the origins of the text message, fake movie and TV items in real life, and Christmas songs, and plays another round of “Bad Movie, Epic Tagline.” Enjoy! Tell your friends about us!
Let’s get podcastical this week. The QLC crew talks about the awesome fan art it has been receiving from one amazing listener, Psy having the most watched YouTube video of all time, more on the Curiosity app, Wii-U news, the Deer Crossing lady, Thanksgiving/Black Friday, and Carmen Electra’s “music” career. We close with our new game show sensation “Bad Movie Epic Tagline,” which we have no doubt will surely take the world (or at least our studio) by storm. Tell you...
Hello all! This week, the QLC Team talks about the game Curiosity, pee wee football sensation Samantha Gordon, Nicole Westbrook giving us the Thanksgiving song that no one asked for (and JC providing a holiday song of his own), Diane Sawyer possibly being drunk on election night, Burger King’s new delivery service, racist sports announcers, and a Wreck It Ralph discussion. All that, and so much more. Give us a download, and tell your friends. Thanks for listening this week!
This week, the QLC Team talks about Hurricane Sandy, Disney’s acquisition of Star Wars, and an illegal kind of Halloween candy. Elisa watched the star of King of Kong attempt to break the high score on a Fix-It Felix arcade cabinet (inspired by the Wreck-It Ralph movie), the gang talks about other records being broken, and Alex leads a discussion on the most famous fictional US presidents in movies and television. Download us! Share us! Hold us close and never let us go! Man, we ...