Episode 8

  • The Insane Ramblings promotional campaign kicks into gear.
  • The Ben-man™ action figure comes with a grappling hook and forgets his troubles with a big bowl of strawberry ice cream.
  • Vicki’s iTunes wants us to relax.
  • We make some inappropriate love song dedications.
  • The new Insane Ramblings glossary is almost awesomer than the ‘chicktionary’.
  • Vicki fails at bed bagsing, via some flagrant violation of ‘bediquette’.
  • Vicki introduces herself with an ‘ice maker’ or two.
  • Vicki reveals her childhood dream of being home alone and naked.
  • Ben bounces back from ‘red and sweaty’ status and we uncover China’s secret genetically engineered ‘anti-sweat’ mouth guards.
  • The financial BJ services get a lot of prank calls.
  • Ranger Vicki’s wildlife segment: “I would like to just take a moment to give a salute to our future reptilian overlords.”
  • The True Blood intro is masterful in mixing overt sexuality with subliminal sexuality.
  • ‘Vicki the Boring Ass Vampire’ only uses her vampire abilities to save kittens from trees.
  • The rules of calling dibs and why the world would be a better place if dating was a lot more like Cluedo.
  • We blur the lines between ‘super keeno’ and stalker.
  • False advertising: Insane Ramblings. The best podcast in the world?
  • Vicki does a Mario impression while watching Orphan and scares everyone in the cinema.
  • Past Vicki is a genius and likes to leave money for Future Vicki: “Have you ever noticed, that you from the past seems to know things, that you no longer know?”…”Do you mean, do I ever forget things?”
  • Our ongoing struggle with fee’s continue.
  • Ben host’s the first urban dictionary spelling bee.
  • Why Animal Crossing aerobics beat out Wii Fit, as the original aerobic related video game scam.
  • Vicki doesn’t care about any gig of Jake’s.
  • Ben uses his videophone to catch a careless cheater.
  • The Bachelor and The Bachelorette should really just get together and save us all the trouble.
  • Vicki’s dad scores a ‘float on’ part on Sea Patrol.

 

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