The Mental Suppository

A once a week entertainment and pop culture podcast

Episode 64 Mental Suppository

Episode 64 Mental Suppository

Play MST For Me. A Mystery Science Theatre 3000 DiscussionPhoto courtesy of Bret M. HerholzMystery Science Theater 3000 premiered on KTMA (a UHF station in Hopkins Minnesota) at 6:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1988. The premise was (and still is) fairly...

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Episode 63 Mental Suppository

Episode 63 Mental Suppository

Channel 58's Monster Music Video Mashup EpisodePhoto courtesy of Bret M. HerholzWLVIII TV Channel 58 might be a station serving the Florida/Peru Massachusetts area with towers located in a cow field in Barre.. we think. With quality programming like Dick Prostate...

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Episode 62 Mental Suppository

Episode 62 Mental Suppository

Joke Warfare and Defeating Fascism With A Good LaughOriginal Artwork by Bret M. HerholzMany times in history comedy has been one of the best things to get us through our darkest times. Not only do they make us laugh, but sometimes they make us think as well as...

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Episode 61 Mental Suppository

Episode 61 Mental Suppository

Hard Traveling Heroes & Dark Knight Detectives The Career of Neal Adams Courtesy Mental Suppository Neal Adams was the most influential artist in comic books for over 50 years. From his work on the X-Men at Marvel to the ground breaking work he did with Dennis...

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Episode 60 Mental Suppository

Episode 60 Mental Suppository

Blame Canada The Return of Kids in the HallOriginal Artwork by Bret M. HerholzThe Kids in the Hall first invaded airwaves on Canadian television with an one hour pilot episode on October 16th 1988. It’s regular series debut on CBC and HBO October 24th 1989. It would...

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Episode 59 Mental Suppository

Episode 59 Mental Suppository

Whose Who... A Doctor Who DiscussionOriginal Artwork by Bret M. HerholzMost people don’t realize Doctor Who’s popularity in the United States started long before the series’s return in 2005. Back in the early 1980s the program gained a cult following when PBS ...

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