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We watch old stuff and talk about how it makes us feel. Part personal reflection. Part cultural commentary. Some analysis. A lot of profanity. Sometimes smart. Often funny. Always friends sharing what it's like to be people who grew up in the media-saturated 90s, under the influence of all the moments, narratives, aesthetics, and absurdities that defined the time and us. Punch and pie.
 
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An interdimensional entity named David Lynch enters Rob's body. Twin Peaks is about a brutal murder and the joy of creation. Sam is Joe's Bob Sacamano. There's a lot of fun stuff in this Booyah: a savvy and kind detective, emotional teens, a log lady, Douglas firs, pie, a contemplative convo about what makes difficult art worth exploring, drapes. H…
 
Joe hopes he and Rob go bowling soon. Joe liked JV football. Rob liked Tristen until Tristen became a libertarian and Rob schooled him in a fashion that made Rob feel bad about himself. Rob is mostly drawn to entertainments he can see himself making. This episode of Aqua Teen is fun because a meatball gets depressed and David Cross turns up and a w…
 
Lisa Kudrow's still got it. Courtney Cox wrote her lines on fake apples.They call David Schwimmer by his last name and it's endearing. Matt LeBlanc apparently enjoys being alive. HBO did about as mediocre of a job as they could've and it still made us want to watch Friends. Damn it. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—family and friends hang o…
 
Hootie and the Blowfish. Topanga. The Savage brothers. Why Rob's not gay. Shawn Hunter's Hair. Corey Matthews' purity. Disney keeping it horny per usual. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—family and friends hang out, make stuff, and share it with you to celebrate curiosity and creativity in all kinds of ways. We’d love to hear from you. And …
 
Back in 2011, Rob learned about the destructive nature of capitalism, Joe developed a drinking problem, and Dee Reynolds cheated on her taxes. Adele was everywhere and so was that happy-go-lucky song about a school shooting. Plus: it's impossible to express why It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is uniquely good. The words just don't exist, at least…
 
Rob crashed cars. Poison and Chicago made pathetic and nearly identical songs. GME happened. Saved by the Bell was a show about some lady at first. Rob is going to be a stock market guy. The powers that be are betting that we'll keep buying sugar, salt, and fat, and they're gonna win that bet. Joe really hopes Rob doesn't go into a hole. If you wan…
 
We talk big cats, coffee, robbery, ice cream, mockumentaries, trailer park living, and falling down stairs. Plus: Brad Pitt's naked butt. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—family and friends hang out, make stuff, and share it with you to celebrate curiosity and creativity in all kinds of ways. We’d love to hear from you. And you can hit our …
 
We got stuff about chimney sweeps, gettin trucked, holes in brains, fallin outta trees, grinding out Knicks games and this lollipop kid who tries to make his mom think he's gonna do her. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—family and friends hang out, make stuff, and share it with you to celebrate curiosity and creativity in all kinds of ways.…
 
We talk about so many interesting humans! Such as: John Singleton, KRS-One, Ice Cube, Yo-Yo, Boots Riley, Cuba Gooding Jr., Laurence Fishburne, Morris Chestnut, and so many others that are slipping my mind as I type this. Plus, we discuss the LA riots and the glaringly obvious need for wealth to be peacefully redistributed. At low-effort content—wh…
 
Rob fumbles his spiritual growth. Sinbad never bombs. Life keeps pooping in Joe's mouth. Somewhere someone's child is getting blown up and nobody really knows why. We all wanted those flip-up sunglasses and we're also all powerless against the inhuman machinery of capitalism. Hooray! At low-effort content—where okay is okay—family and friends hang …
 
Joe likes AIM. Aaron Hernandez likes jail. Rob likes twinks. Plus: why Rob and Joe are too socially awkward to ever be as cool and easy-going as Tracee Ellis Ross and Golden Brooks on Girlfriends. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—family and friends hang out, make stuff, and share it with you to celebrate curiosity and creativity in all kind…
 
The children of seventh heaven are locked in dungeons and acting for dry toast. Beverly Mitchell and Jessica Biel are still learning how to be on camera while the guy who plays their dad nails every line without giving us a clue about how many sex crimes he committed over the years. Rob’s dad is a used car salesman who is completely noble and good.…
 
We don't like Scott Adams, Robert's heavily armed bro-in-law, or rich frat guys with tanned toes in Eddie Bauer flip-flops. We DO like avocados, Sharon Stone, Paul Verhoeven, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. We also like sitting in chairs, thinking thoughts, getting all worked up about our thoughts, and then doing nothing. That's what this Booyah is all …
 
On the morning of my 34th birthday, I walked my giant dog through the forest and listened to the 100th episode of Booyah. It was about Moesha, and it was a great gift that Robert and I made for me. I hope it's a gift to you, too. We talk about all kinds of strange stuff, like celebrity aircraft deaths, the NBA's reaction to police shootings, Kobe B…
 
Usher's head shape is like if you dropped a jar of jelly on the floor. Freddie Prinze Jr is a cardboard cutout. Not Another Teen Movie is significantly more vivid than the films it parodies. Rachael Leigh Cook is unable to seem uncool. I wish I had that problem. Listen to this Booyah. It's funny as heck. Even our discussion of an extremely bleak di…
 
A fisherman's daughter dies, so he kills a the kid he thinks is responsible. Then the fisherman gets hit by a car, so he plays dead, keeps a low profile for a year, then kills some kids he thinks are responsible. His weapon of choice is a hook and his super power is teleporting corpses from crime scenes to a giant vat of fake ice he keeps on a boat…
 
Listening to this episode made me laugh a lot. I hope it makes you laugh a lot too. We talk about Penn Jillette, Jim from The Office doing gross military propaganda, Melissa Joan Hart, child actors growing into underwhelming adults, MTV cribs, cat puppets, and a bunch of other hilarious stuff I’m forgetting while writing this. At one point we discu…
 
I can't think of what to write about Wings because watching the show is such a vague experience. Here's some stuff in this Booyah: Ace Ventura, GUNT, Toyota War, Joe's one bald nut, 9/11 Youtube, Modern Family, grapes killing Rob's dog, Adderall, Gilbert Gottfried, killer bees, nachos. You can contact or support us over at synopsish.com & check out…
 
It doesn't get any better than Roseanne firing on all naturalistic, hilarious, brilliantly performed cylinders. So we talk about it. We got stuff on how great it is to have schoolwork to do with cute people you wouldn't be able to talk to otherwise. There's something of a deep dive into what makes the Roseanne intro so good. Pizza. Plus some love f…
 
Bungee cords. Power Rangers. GI Joes. Army Men. Ruby Ridge. Black Lives Matter. The Backstreet Boys. Bo Gritz. POW/MIA. Taylor Swift. Country Music. SNICK. Wet slappy farts. Yes, Dear. My Name is Earl. Poor people. SpongeBob. Michelle Obama. Lou Pearlman. American fatness. Joe & I have at least one episode out of a new podcast where we make up a TV…
 
Rob looks at his pecs in car windows. Coca Cola and breast implants are the same thing. Life is just watching the Dream Team dunk on little countries that don't exist anymore. Once upon a 1990-something, Rob slow-danced to Ricky Martin with a girl who probably would've been down to do some naughty stuff if only Rob wasn't busy being himself. What e…
 
Joe’s old buddy James thought we should talk about The Iron Giant. He was right. It’s a pretty rewarding movie and gave us a chance to talk about publicly funded private wealth, adoption, Rob’s dad grumping at cartoons, the havoc narrative can play on the American mind, and what makes some art good. Booyah is part of the Synopsish network. We have …
 
Alex Trebek trained thousands of pit bulls to teach orphan human babies how to live happy lives. You know...maybe. He could have. Joe's mom loves nun humor. The way Rob says punt makes Joe feel gross. Rebecca is so good at trivia that one time she stayed at a Red Roof Inn. Rob could've been a world-renowned quiz show question writer. If you're an A…
 
We loved Raymond because he made us think about how much we hate our families. Tara Lipinski and Michelle Kwan were on Wheaties boxes probably for weird reasons. What were the aughts, anyways? Imagine Tom Selleck's hands. Your brain is like half TV shows. Being boring is a sin in America and it's also the way you probably ought to try to live. Booy…
 
Upon listener request, we're talking high school boy Clark Kent and the beautifully bald older man who likes to be near him. After a bit of a detailed look at Rob's 2002 life, the boys note that Slobodan Milošević was, in fact, a person who did war crime type things, then it's all weird UPN/WB/CW television talk. How did Rob watch so many hours of …
 
Weird Russian accents and the merits of email sign-offs. Sharks and the ocean and spying on people. At weddings Joe feels weird and Rob wants to produce a TV episode about it. Rob was born literate and now he's got a complex. Enchilada pie. Miss Liz. Oh my God Rob's mom was so tired. She loved Cheers. Some people pour alcohol up their poopers. Turd…
 
Jesse the body Ventura is proud of himself because he knows that racism is bad. John Madden is loose neck meat from head to toe and he will zap you with his laser eyes. The dirty bird doesn't hold up. Brian Billick is one fatherly looking guy. Randall Cunningham probably hates Gary Anderson to this day. Robert admires Dahmer. Randel McDaniel and Je…
 
Bum Fights, Kung Fu, Hitler, The Human Centipede, Mad Max, the essence of life, David Hasselhoff, geometrically unique genitalia, old man pecs, nightmares, Shark Tank, love—all of this and more in today's Booyah. Booyah is a Synopsish show. Here’s the thing I say about that: Hi, I’m Rob. With my friends and family, I celebrate pop culture, creativi…
 
Todd Solondz pronounces his name wrong. Joe's got a tooth ache. Rob might've porked a girl at his elementary school. Gus Van Sant is smart. If you're writing something that confuses Rob, who the heck are you even talking to? For once Bill Clinton did something decent, but only to distract us from the billionaires taking our souls. A saxophone gets …
 
Here's our 2017 conversation about Norm Macdonald's then-new Netflix special. We touch on PC & outrage culture, Norm's playful unknowability, the essence of stand-up, and who knows what. Booyah is a Synopsish show. Here’s the thing I say about that: Hi, I’m Rob. With my friends and family, I celebrate pop culture, creativity, and possibility in pod…
 
A saw will kill you and not care. Mike Judge is a dynamo. Joe's colleague Geoff whipped out his ball at the office and it was funny. Corporate America is spiritually harmful. Our brains lash out and hurt us because we're not meant to live how we're living. God seemed like nothing compared to Joe's adolescent pee pee. What would you do with a millio…
 
Rob loves Jack in the Box. Everybody knows that one Blues Traveler song. You can't kick Deion Sanders. Michael Strahan keeps it pretty harmless. Rik Smits has a mysterious mustache. Queen Latifah cannot beat Cheryl Miller at basketball because obviously. Prescient is a word we know, kind of. Toothpicks. Booyah is a Synopsish show. Here’s the thing …
 
In April 1997 Ellen DeGeneres did a brave thing & Wendy's didn't. Rob just wants a Spicy Chicken sandwich but has to go through Drive Thru Guy to get it. Joe likes stealing and nuts. Meanwhile, Che Guevara is in a Bolivian mountain grave to the great delight of Old Llewellyn. Here's some other stuff in this episode: wonderful Laura Dern, crayon-dra…
 
Go go Jason Waterfalls! Steven Tyler and Steven Collins are creeps. Lisa Left-Eye Lopez burned down Andre Rison's house because there was no size four. All the historical info about TLC comes from this one really long commercial called Behind the Music. Nobody is in a TLC cover band by accident. If you say hubby like Janelle you are probably a doo …
 
Young Rob made bad jokes. Old Rob doesn't know how to pronounce Evangelion. Joe wants to pilot a megazord and be inherently special. American pop music is everywhere, just like Coca Cola and war. Rob is smart but doesn't pay attention to anything and that's why he doesn't read. Joe has no clue what a prairie is. Rob likes sexy anime ladies and dist…
 
Rob wants to squeeze Joe's softness. Bob Ross was a drill sergeant. Rob sometimes doesn't like himself, but he always likes pumpkin pie. Be nice to people who make sandwiches for you and bring you drinks because you're not better than them. Life can be a happy accident. Squirrels would make good running backs. Bob Ross was a beast with that knife. …
 
In a 1997 full of Rob grabbing rim and Joe aching to Boyz II Men, a bunch of Algerians get massacred, the old Grumpus still has all kinds of legs, and Faizon Love phones it in. This episode has a sex worker, a hot geek, one of the stranger fantasy sequences you'll ever see, and about three voices that burrowed into our brains forever. So we talked …
 
Rob tells a truth. When you think of Travelocity, you'll think of a gnome. The Spice Girls probably weren't naked behind those chairs. Famous comedians think it's funny to say they're not aloud to the say the things they're getting paid a lot of money to say. It's easy to distract yourself from what's real and important. Liar Liar is about a horrib…
 
Funky butt lovin! Hot ice! Booyah 90s Death is on the horizon. Somehow, Korn still has fans. Bruce Springsteen is a dynamo. British reggae white guys Elvis (make of that what you will). Rob ponders Daniel Stern's vanilla cast. Joe's got yet another nostalgia stiffy. Creed and Aaron Neville impressions are fun to do. Life can be special when Aerosmi…
 
Joe got a dog for no good reason. Rob likes Full House and Mixed-ish and any other show that's nice to look at and doesn't ask him to consider a second dimension. Jason Momoa is probably good at sex. Goof Troop animation is doo doo. If you are a human, you'll probably feel nice when Michael J Fox talks. Homeward Bound has good wholesome lessons. So…
 
Joe is a gambling addict. Rob failed at poker like he failed at stand-up comedy. Rounders is about a loser, but it pretends to be about a winner. John Malkovich's Russian mobster is so over the top it's stupid and Joe loves it. Edward Norton is a good actor. Matt Damon is handsome and smart. Rob and Joe are jealous of Matt Damon's life. They should…
 
While Louis CK's public persona was impacting young Rob and young Joe, CK was privately behaving like human trash. In this Booyah, we discuss our muddy opinions about this comedy icon cum pariah. Plus we talk Rosanne Barr, Dave Chappelle, trans rights, long lost friends, Rob's attempt at being an intellectual, twitter, Russian bots, Jaqcues Lacan, …
 
It's the end of the world as the Sinclairs knew it on the series finale of ABC's muppety Dinosaurs show. My friend said it would be a real accomplishment to talk about Dinosaurs without saying "not the momma," but he said that long after we recorded this and said "not the momma" already. That baby was cute and had catchphrases because catchphrases …
 
Matthew the Christmas Guy is here! So is Truman Capote, Geraldine Page, clay dinosaurs, Jesus, Catholicism, Bart Simpson, Donald Trump, Gwen Stefani's brother, bad driving, and a doggo named Santa's Little Helper. This Christmas, we're talking about A Christmas Memory, that Claymation Christmas thing, and "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire." Click …
 
Booyah 90s 80s. March 24, 1989: the second oiliest day of our lives—thanks, Exxon! Rob's dad loves Rain Man. America loves idiot savants. Joe's never heard of the Razzies which is the same as never hearing of Hitler. Rob dated an honest girl who knew nothing. Star Trek 5 sucked hard. Joe knows a bouncer who believes Roadhouse is genius. Sylvester S…
 
You have to write an episode description for Booyah. You sit at your computer and type these words. You're nervous that some buttheads will someday read these words and roll their eyes because the second person present tense ain't cool. Years ago, you and Robert were drawn to writing in the second person present tense. Maybe a lot of young writers …
 
Old ladies are rad. There should be a show about them. The show should be bejeweled and golden. It should lean forward. It should explore stories that tv shows don’t often explore. The characters should be regal, horny, ditzy, ignorant, wise, and blunt. Every sitcom doesn’t have to be plastic and predictable, dang it. Some can be wrinkled and origi…
 
David Foster Wallace was a stalker who wrote an essay about US fiction and television. Rob and Joe interrogate their relationships with this infamous writer and with literary fiction. They try to make sense of themselves as entertainment consumers and creative people. Rob unflinchingly talks about how once upon a 2013 writing took him down a rabbit…
 
It's 1986. Iran Contra's hitting the fan. AIDS is the next big thing. C Thomas Howell is donning blackface because America. Joe's about to be born. Robert's running for his mommy. Alan Thicke is a good name. Robert's pretty big into scrolling. So is Joe. It's horrible to scroll. Quit scrolling. Listen to us talk about Growing Pains because it's bea…
 
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