There comes a time in a man's life where he must truly shake the foundations he was raised on. When he must confront what he knows to be true and pushes against its limits. He breaks free from the shackles of his previous existence and embraces a world where truly anything is possible.***Scene Missing***So we went and did a Spongebob draft. Confused? So were we.
The inimitable Nic Robes joined the Cartoncasters to visit the moon (not that one, the other one), where they met with a curious young man, one Hans Brickman. A short interview later and they learned all about the circuitous, seemingly arbitrary, and self-contradictory story of his life as a bricklayer. It was a sad tale, fraught with hardship, abuse, confusing allegories, alien invasion, ska, and Stifler from American Pie. We can't do it justice to try to recount it here, but we recommend you take a listen. It'll definitely toughen you up! Spigot.
Greetings, mystery eggberts! Because Ben shows no signs of watching this great show, Zane is using the nuclear option and just recording an episode without him. Helping him investigate the strangeness of the situation is Ethan, certified twin and conspiracianado. Listen as Ethan and Zane drop hints about the secret history of the U.S. government, dire visions of the future, and the lifelong question of what happens to the little light in the fridge when you close it.Ethan is full of spiders. Don't go peeking. born lie bit you florid mess.
Ben and Zane have been on their fair share of deserted islands, but this one takes the carton-cake! After tapping their way past strange and gross oddities they found an amusement park filled with security cameras but no bathrooms. Their detective skills were working overtime trying to unravel the mysteries, but the harder they worked, the more unreal the world seemed to be, and the louder that saxophone solo got. In the end, they decided that some secrets were too hard to decipher, and that no ultimate truths would be better than the taste of the new Subway 15/32-foot goatmeat sub on gaseous bread.
Join Zane and special guest Jacob as they watch the 1970's acid trip, The Point. Taking a line from Cinema52's "Half-Flick" feature, they go in blind and make wild predictions about plot, characters, and the point of it all. Watch it if you dare, or better yet, go find the concept album.
Hello friends, eggberts, equines of all races! Today we let Zane get over his absolutely dreadful voice. Ben, hero of Equestria, talks to one Ginger Liz (Ginny) about the mane craze sweeping the nation, enrapturing the hearts of 8 year-old girls and grown-ass men alike. Tune in to learn what Ginny and Ben think about magic, friendship, and the conflation thereof.For those whom into the cos-business of cos-play, check out Ginger Liz's facebook page for more!
Welcome to another edition of Unshell'd, where we post extra garbage that wasn't good enough for an actual episode. This time, two guests Joe and Kelley help us stall for time by playing the Cartoon Network version of the card game Fluxx! Who will win? Will Ben and Zane's respective cartoon prowess rocket them to victory? Or will their expertise be used against them in a stunning upset?
Join us in a time-filling very special episode of the Cartoncast, where we make fun of a children's book based on a show we haven't actually watched. Will Lion-O find the magic crystal? What does the magic crystal do? When will they put up the Corpse Bride episode? Take a day or six off and find out!