Episode 38 - How the Gibbs Stole Christmas

The Gibbs brothers are back , and they know what you've thinking. They also know when you're sleeping and when you're awake, but that's a whole different story. "Duncan and Malcolm! Why isn't there more Christmas content in January?" The brothers have you covered thanks to a ticking time bomb and cloning experiment gone wrong.

Items this week: the amnesiac crystal ball, and the universal snow globe.

Intro music: "Christmas Vibes Sample #2" by Blubee Beats
Outro music: "Christmas in L.A. (Instrumental)" by Vulfpeck

Episode 36 - Beerly Beloved

We were going to use the Hans Gruber quote about Alexander weeping for there were no more worlds to conquer. But when we actually looked it up, it turns out the original quote is from Plutarch, and Alexander wept because there were infinite worlds and he hadn't even conquered one. We couldn't decide which one was more fitting, so now you get this much worse explanation.

Items this week: the tipsy glass, the chr - oh no - graph, and the pearl of procrastination.

Intro music: "fox 6 trap news broadcast" by J FRE$CO
Outro music: "Melting" by King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

Episode 35 - Redux

Xenia is the the Greek concept of hospitality. It was both a moral contract for both hosts and guests that promised protection and rights, as well as an actual ritual involving the exchange of gifts and favors followed by a communal meal. However, both Duncan and Malcolm prefer Xena: Warrior Princess.

Items this week: the whiteboard of deathstiny, the plague doctor's mask, and the sharpie eraser.

Thanks to our guest, Hannah Woosley, for playing Zark Muckerberg this week. Check her out on Twitter.

Intro and outro music: "fox 6 trap news broadcast" by J FRE$CO

Episode 34 - 20,000 Seas Out of Our League

Welcome back to the Gibbs' brothers second season. This episode finds the two out of their depth, as they bribe their way onto a submarine radio to bring you this episode. As Malcolm and Duncan are escorted back to Gideon's lair, they begin to suspect something lurks beneath the surface.

Items this week: the pendant of legality, and the lifespan movie glasses.

Intro music: "Good Ass Intro" by Chance the Rapper
Outro music: "John Taylor's Month Away" by King Creosote and John Hopkins

Episode 33 - Through the Wire

This week finds Duncan and Malcolm appraising a "lover's phone" with infinite rope as they steadily near the end of their own. Whether death or Gideon Gadzooks finishes the job, our midseason finale will see the brothers out of the infinite archipelago.

Items this week: the infinitely long tin can telephone.

Extremely special thanks to our returning actors, Hannah Woosley, Connor Woodson, and Peter Morgan.

Outro music: "Jenny/867-5309" by Tommy Tutone

Episode 32 - Do Not Feed the Animals

We have absolutely no fathomable idea how we made it thirty two episodes without having to put a, "No animals were harmed in the making of this podcast" warning on an episode, yet here we find ourselves. That was the only part that was made up though. The only part...

Items this week: the magic bag of winds, the motivational llama, and the helpful St. Bernard.

Thanks to Poseidon for the intro and outro this week. Check out his website at earthshaker.geocities.net.

Episode 31 - The Space and Timepiece Anniversary

Wedding bells are ringing, or our tinnitus is acting up again. Our brothers show us this week that they are not afraid of commitment. As long as the thing we are committing to is a bit. Otherwise, we're not exactly married to the idea...

Items this week: the bell of freedom, and the emergency trapdoor.

Thanks to the Happily Never Equal podcast for their phenomenal intro this week. Have a good look at their website.

Outro music: "ShoobeedooSou!!!!!" by 9th Wonder

Episode 30 - Sob Stories

I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for podcast content, I can tell you I don't have ideas. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills, podcast naming skills I have acquired over a very long career. Podcast naming skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my podcast go unnamed now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will name the shit out of your podcast. (Other titles: Cry Like a Host, Bawlers, Watch It and Weep, Prepare to Cry, Good Mourning, and Duncan and Malcolm Awesome Show, Great Sob! are just off the top of my head.)

Items this week: the self phone, the necklace of inheritance, and the curse of Ra.

Thanks to the Antimatters podcast for the amazing intro this week. You can find them at https://antimatters.podiant.co/.

Outro music: "Nuclear War" by Sun Ra

Episode 29 - Game Boys Advanced

We know what your question is. "How long were you guys sitting on that episode title?" To which, Wii'd like to plead the fifth. We really Nintendon't want to talk about it. The answer is actually pretty Famicomplicated... Someone please put us out of our misery.

Items this week: speed boost paint, and the extant paintbrush.

Thanks to the Left Behind Game Club for the intro this week. They can be found at leftbehindgame.club.

Outro music: "Hohai Bushi" by Omodaka

Episode 28 - On the Good Ship Lolli-shop

Something seems fishy. Something other than all the fish on board. Storm clouds and towers loom on the horizon as the crew pick up a strange transmission. This week the brothers realize that they'd much rather hang ten than hang.

Items this week: the deed to The Tower of Babylon, and a vial of mermaid blood.

Special thanks to our actors this week:
Zark Muckerberg was played by Hannah Woosley who can be found on Twitter at @notwoosley.
Gill Bates was played by Connor Woodson who can be found on IMDB.
Gideon Gadzooks was played by Peter Morgan who can be found on Instagram at @petermorgangraphics.

Intro and Outro music: "Once in a Lifetime" by Talking Heads

Episode 27 - Tempest in a Teacup

A wise scholar once said, "Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it." That same scholar also thought you could reverse the miles off of an odometer though. You know, I'm starting to think my John Hughes doomsday cult is never going to take off...

Items this week: the twelve inch ruler, the walking stick battery, and the snarky puppy dispenser.

Thanks to The Season Finale podcast for the intro this week. They can be found on iTunes and SoundCloud.

Outro music: "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds

Episode 26 - Rolling in Doh!

Us fail at an episode description? That's unpossible! We even put on arm pants for this episode, and our birthdays are this year. Thanks for choo-choo-choosing our podcast to listen to, and we're sorry that this episode sounds like burning.

Items this week: the radical skateboard, and the pacifier of baby talk.

Thanks to the Pods in the Key of Springfield podcast for the intro this week. They can be found at podsinthekeyofspringfield.podbean.com.

Outro music: "Do the Bartman" by The Simpsons (feat. Michael Jackson)

Episode 25 - Wrestling with Our Conscience

Remember to never haggle with warlocks if you can avoid it. Learn from our mistakes, and don't get your newest episode cursed. Every time you listen to this episode, it will become less Russian themed, and more wrestling themed. We can't explain how it happens. We just know it does.

Items this week: Samson's shampoo, and the haunted Fabergé egg.

Thanks to the She's In Russia podcast for the intro this week. They can be found at shesinrussia.com.

Outro music: "Rasputin" by Boney M.


Episode 24 - Game Boys

Appraised by Media's the name, podcasting's the game.
It's dangerous to go alone, take us.
We came here to chew bubblegum, and make jokes. Wait a minute... That one's from They Live! What the hell, Duke?

Items this week: the 1-Up mushroom, the homerun bat, and the checkpoint controller.

Thanks to The Sometimes Geek Podcast for the intro this week. Check them out at sometimesgeek.com.

Outro music: "The New Formation" by Disasterpeace

Episode 23 - Ahoy!

The reports of our deaths have been greatly exaggerated. Well, okay, exaggerated might not be the best word... Accurate? But if we told you the truth, you wouldn't have to remember anything, and where's the fun in that? Welcome back to Appraised by Media where thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is lightning that does the work.

Items this week: the ring of contradiction, and the orange of peeling.

Thanks to the Raised by Media podcast for the intro this week. Check them out at  r̢a͡is̛e̴d̴b̶͟ym҉e̡d̴͟ią́͜.c̴om̕.

Outro music: "Ocean Man" by Ween

Episode 22 - More Weight

Duncan regrets that his last words weren't something cooler. Malcolm regrets that his will failed to specify which beanie baby he was to be buried with. The brothers always knew they would be executed, though they guessed it would be for witchcraft. Thanks for listening to Season One everyone.

Items this week: the gun of lost items, and the door to the Mother IKEA.

Intro music: "This Is Not the End" by Laura Gibson
Outro music "Farewell Transmission" by Songs: Ohia

Episode 21 - The Wolf of Wall Street

Sometimes, in our darkest hours, we can imagine a world without Jackie Chan. And how sad that world must be. And how scared and lost the inhabitants of that world must feel. And how we must never - never - let this world come to pass.

Items this week: indestructible double sided sticky tape, and the lighter of shared memories.

Intro music: "Kodoku No Hatsumei" by Toe
Outro Music: "Stuck in the Middle with You" by Stealers Wheel

Episode 20 - I Know Why The Caged Bird Goofs

Duncan and Malcolm ain't seen the sunshine since they don't know when. This week sees the duo stuck in Gideon Gadzooks' Gulag on New Corsica island. Maybe it's all the time spent in solitary, slow motion confinement - or maybe they finally lost it - but time keeps dragging on.

Items this week: a message in a bottle, the random drink mug, and the anything straw.

Intro music: "Galoog" by Malcolm Gibbs
Outro music: "Untitled #1," "Untitled #2," "Untitled #3," and "Untitled #4" by Duncan Gibbs

Episode 19 - Punch Line Zing

This week features our first and funniest special guest. Live in the studio, the brothers are joined by none other than the shapeless one himself, Shavalyoth! ... What's that? We're sorry, but we have just been informed that Shavalyoth cannot be picked up on microphones. We assure you that his presence can be felt though.

Items this week: the wax candle, Drake's drum, and a Kafka bed.

Intro music: "Digging Holes" by Icarus Himself
Outro music: "I Found a Way" by Drake Bell