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Romeo and Juliet on a Talking Truck
"Fish sex cannot end badly for anyone involved."
Original air date: August 2nd, 2009
Topics. Romeo and Juliet. Transformers 2. Classiness. Transformer sex. Talking trucks. Racist robots. The AllSpark. Fish sex. Gospel. Tupperware. Robot heaven. Megan Fox.
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Jeff:
Hey, everybody, welcome to the Jeff and Casey Show.
Casey:
Hello, and welcome to the Jeff and Casey. The only Jeff and Casey Show on the internet, actually.
Jeff:
Yes, the best Jeff and Casey Show you’ll find on the internet.
Casey:
The best and only Jeff and Casey Show you’ll find on the internet.
Jeff:
I think there are some Jeff and Caseys, so you have to watch out,
Casey:
There are, there’s like some cheesy couple, like Casey and Jeff, but I don’t,
Jeff:
You know what? We’re gunning for them,
Casey:
Yeah, exactly,
Jeff:
,right? Like if we ever meet them in a dark alley,
Casey:
,Cause I’m way hotter than she is,
Jeff:
[giggles]
Casey:
Ok? That’s bullshit.
Jeff:
Yeah, that’s right, I forgot.
Casey:
Yeah, must be, I think,
Jeff:
I’m going to ask you something, we have a link that we’re going to discuss, but I want to ask you something point blank without preparation just to get your opinion,
Casey:
Uhuh
Jeff:
We saw the Transformer movie with John Blow.
Casey:
Yep. Yes, we did.
Jeff:
Do those robots fuck? Because I think they fuck. Remember the birthing chamber on Saturn?
Casey:
What, do robots, do the robots have sex?
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
No.
Jeff:
I think they, but they had a birthing chamber. Remember the birthing chamber?
Casey:
Yeah, but,
Jeff:
That implies like, some reproduction.
Casey:
No. It looked to me,
Jeff:
Right,
Casey:
,because, you know, one of things that is definitely true about any Michael Bay film is that it’s,
Jeff:
By the way that is an amazing film
Casey:
That’s true.
Jeff:
We enjoyed it immensely, and not for the reasons Michael Bay,
Casey:
No, that’s not true, I did not enjoy it immensely. That movie was not so bad it was good, it was even badder than, like, it went all the way down to so bad it’s bad.
Jeff:
I was laughing pretty hard at places, no one else was. You know, the funny thing is you really feel like a freak, when you’re laughing and no one else is, and when everyone else is laughing, and you’re like, I can’t believe they did that line,
Casey:
That’s really weird when people laugh at that sort of thing,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
I don’t know. I mean, you have to remember that I go to, you know, musical premieres here in Seattle, where it’s an absolute train wreck of a musical,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,and everyone in the audience leaps to their feet at the end for a giant standing ovation, Ok? We’ve talked about this before.
Jeff:
Standing, standing ovation?
Casey:
Right. People just don’t have a whole lot of, sort of,
Jeff:
Standing ovation?
Casey:
Yeah, they don’t expect to go to Transformers 2 and see anything resembling anything, Like, if there’s, somebody blows a fart in an inopportune moment, that’s high comedy these days.
Jeff:
I see
Casey:
And that’s where we’re at. So I’m not surprised that people loved Transformers 2, there’s lots of shit that explodes.
Jeff:
They had robots, that were, that were pretty much black robots.
Casey:
They had racist robots,
Jeff:
They had racist robots,
Casey:
They had,
Jeff:
,that couldn’t read.
Casey:
,they had robots were clearly meant to be African American, who then joke about how they cannot read.
Jeff:
Right. And one had a gold tooth. Right.
Casey:
There like, we’re illiterate.
Jeff:
You’re like, wow,
Casey:
You’re like, Ok,
Jeff:
,he went there.
Casey:
,that’s awesome.
Jeff:
There are, No wait, I was going to say that there’s no black people in the entire movie, there’s one. Like, the second command in the army.
Casey:
Yeah, probably.
Jeff:
Therese, or something,
Casey:
Yeah, she’s probably the only black actor in that entire film, now that I think about it, I didn’t see anyone else, except the robots.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Uh, to answer your question, though, Jeff. It looks to me like the robots sexual reproduction was more like a fish, where there’s like an egg of the robot laid,
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
,and maybe it is pollinated or inseminated, if you will,
Jeff:
Ahhh,
Casey:
,by a male robot at some point. However, it does not appear to be a conjugation,
Jeff:
Well, so,
Casey:
,right? It does not appear be like, robot A has sex with robot B.
Jeff:
Well, like fish do that. There are fish like Salmon, where the female puts the eggs out and the male fertilizes.
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
That’s gotta be the worst sex of all time, like. . .
Casey:
No. Everyone knows exactly what they’re supposed to do.
Jeff:
I don’t like it. Like, you know, you’re not even strictly, you don’t have to be there on time, right?
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
You can have sex,
Casey:
This is what I’m trying to tell you!
Jeff:
Oh, I see, you like that.
Casey:
Everyone knows exactly what you have to do! There’s no possibility of miscommunication, and if you fuck it up, nobody even actually knows!
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
They don’t even know it was you,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,Ok?
Jeff:
But that would be like,
Casey:
You can’t go wrong! Fish sex cannot end badly for anyone involved!
Jeff:
I don’t know man,
Casey:
Ok? For anyone involved!
Jeff:
That would be like, if that was the human thing, like, you know, hey you show up for your date with a Tupperware full of, like, action, like, here, all right? [chuckles]
Casey:
NO, not, no, that’s not what happens. That’s not what happens at all.
Jeff:
What are you talking about?
Casey:
You just walk down the street, and, like the woman, left,
Jeff:
The act happens,
Casey:
,left a Tupperware container somewhere, and kept walking,
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
,you come by later, and you’re like, Oh, sweet.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
You take the Tupperware home. Take care of it,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
, and then you leave it somewhere. That’s it, that’s the reproductive cycle!
Jeff:
I’m never going to a Tupperware party at your house, never!
Casey:
Well, I’m not having a Tupperware party at my house, so,
Jeff:
Well, I’m happy.
Casey:
,everyone wins.
Jeff:
Well, ok, so you think there’s something, Because it looked like they had kind of like a Queen robot,
Casey:
I did not see a Queen robot.
Jeff:
,I mean he steals from every movie possible, and I felt like that was like, straight from the Aliens, where there was this big female robot, like,
Casey:
Right, which was asexual, as far as I can tell.
Jeff:
All right.
Casey:
That’s what I’m saying. Like, in Aliens I don’t remember there being a male alien and a female alien. It was more like an ant colony where it’s just like, I pooped them out.
Jeff:
Right, Ok.
Casey:
You know what I mean?
Jeff:
So, And was that a robot heaven? There was a heaven in that movie.
Casey:
Now, there was definitely a robot heaven,
Jeff:
There’s a robot heaven, where all the primes went,
Casey:
Now, there’s a robot heaven, but apparently humans can go there.
Jeff:
Right, cause they got Sam,
Casey:
Sam goes to robot heaven,
Jeff:
,goes to robot heaven. . . and gets a pep talk.
Casey:
,and they have some words of wisdom for him.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
They’re like, you know what kid? You’ve done good, get back in the game,
Jeff:
Right, right
Casey:
Get back in the game, Sam,
Jeff:
And they send him back, right.
Casey:
,let’s do this.
Jeff:
So, people can go to robot heaven.
Casey:
People can go to robot heaven. But they can’t stay.
Jeff:
Ok, [chuckling] that’s just,
Casey:
But they can’t stay.
Jeff:
Ok, I gotcha.
Casey:
Right, that’s the whole thing.
Jeff:
Holy, shit, that movie! I was talking to Sartin (sp?) about this,
Casey:
It’s just like rehab, you can go to visit, but you can’t stay.
Jeff:
,Sartin was, Sartin mentioned to me, -“It wasn’t that bad”,
Casey:
Oh, Godammit!
Jeff:
,and I talked to him, and I was like, -“Dude, it was that bad”. What the fuck about the heaven, the robot heaven?
Casey:
Yeah, yeah.
Jeff:
Like, that’s like, all time, right there that is all time badness.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
And he’s like, -“No, no, no, see, here’s the thing, when Sam was dying and,
Casey:
Wait,
Jeff:
,Megan Fox was over her, and you know,“
Casey:
Wait, Mike Sartin was explaining this away?
Jeff:
He was explaining why he didn’t think robot heaven was that bad. And it’s actually a pretty good theory. Let me give it to you.
Casey:
[doubtfully] Aahhh,
Jeff:
So, he’s like, “At that moment you got Sam that’s dying,”
Casey:
[again doubtfully] Aahhh,
Jeff:
“,you have Megan Fox over him going: Don’t you die on me!” Like,
Casey:
Yeah,
Jeff:
,that same voice too, because she’s a terrible actress,
Casey:
Aha,
Jeff:
[chuckling],plenty nice to look at, terrible actress,
Casey:
I disagree with that, by the way. I could go off on the Megan Fox thing as a toy separate podcast.
Jeff:
Ok, we’ll save that for another thing,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,because I have, I can defend that, pretty much,
Casey:
Oh, you can defend that all you want, but I’m just saying.
Jeff:
Anyway, so she’s saying, It’s also awesome that I don’t know her character’s name, it’s just, hey there’s Megan Fox, like that’s her job. So, Sartin was saying he felt so uncomfortable as she was like, cause that’s the moment when she decides to say, I love you, that is the running,
Casey:
Yes, that is romantic.
Jeff:
,the, the, you know, like Titanic, the reason it was such a big movie was it was really Romeo and Juliet retold, in this, you know,
Casey:
Yes, only, that I love the way that it’s, it’s sort of, uhh, I, I, I don’t understand this part of it at all, because, and I shouldn’t bring this up because this is like attempting to class up the Jeff and Casey Show, which never goes well for me, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Ok. It never goes well for me.
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
But I’m just going to put this out there. So, you’re not the only person that thinks that the Titanic was Romeo and Juliet on a sinking ship, because, he pitched it that way, cause,
Jeff:
That’s his pitch.
Casey:
,that’s his pitch.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
He was like, he was gonna be, I’ve read that quote, that it like, he pitched it as,
Jeff:
There’s two classes of people.
Casey:
Right. How did Romeo and Juliet, the story, get boiled down to two people from different classes, who,?
Jeff:
Rather than just families that can’t hook up. Yeah.
Casey:
Because, there’s so many stories throughout history about people from two different, like, you know, they can’t hook up because there’s some kind of a class based problem. That’s like, Romeo and Juliet has a bunch of other,
Jeff:
That’s like, wait, you’re saying,
Casey:
,parts to it,
Jeff:
,you’re saying Shakespeare,
Casey:
,it’s a tragedy, they both die at the end,
Jeff:
,yes,
Casey:
,you can’t have one person live and call it Romeo and Juliet,
Jeff:
,right,
Casey:
,that’s not it anymore. It’s a different story. That’s,
Jeff:
So, you’re saying,
Casey:
,a pretty important part of the story,
Jeff:
,so you’re like, Mr. Cameron,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,you know, Casey Muratori from the Jeff and Casey Show,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,I have one question.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
How is this Romeo and Juliet when the fat girl on the door lives?
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
I don’t get that,
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
,Right? That is not the way it should go.
Casey:
I’ll, Ok. What the fuck, now we have a serious bone to pick here.
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
You’re calling Kate Winslet,
Jeff:
[laughs] I’m joking,
Casey:
,a fat chick on a door?
Jeff:
,I’m joking
Casey:
And you’re like, no, Megan Fox is hot.
Jeff:
She is.
Casey:
Dude, at least Kate Winslet looks classy in that movie,
Jeff:
Classy?! What are you talking about?!
Casey:
Megan Fox is so trashy, she’s trashtastic.
Jeff:
They were fucking in a car. She was like, That was like the first backseat fuck, was the, on the Titanic.
Casey:
Yeah, it’s on a model T or something, that’s classy!
Jeff:
She’s not classy! She’s like, No it’s not!
Casey:
Oh, God dam it!
Jeff:
No, it’s no different than fucking on the back of a Camaro!
Casey:
He draws her picture, it’s classy!
Jeff:
No, it’s not classy!
Casey:
Look, I didn’t like that movie; I’m not going to defend it.
Jeff:
Ok, all right.
Casey:
I’m just saying, Jesus Christ! Anyway,
Jeff:
All right.
Casey:
Point being,
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
I don’t understand,
Jeff:
That’s not the story.
Casey:
,how you cannot, you can essentially, not have any other aspects of Romeo and Juliet. Hey, Leonardo Di Caprio, when did he happen to kill, like, you know, the dude’s brother or something,?
Jeff:
Or, Horatio, or whatever,
Casey:
,like, where’s the, you know, I don’t know, like, there’s no Romeo and Juliet stuff in there anywhere.
Jeff:
There’s just two, you know, two people in love trying to work it out, I don’t know.
Casey:
Then, that’s Romeo and Juliet,
Jeff:
Yeah, I guess so,
Casey:
,It’s like, you nailed it, you got it all worked out,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Bullshit.
Jeff:
You call it bullshit,
Casey:
Load of horse shit.
Jeff:
In any case,
Casey:
It’s Macbeth on a sinking ship, it’s like,
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
,where’s the witches? I don’t know, it doesn’t matter, who gives a shit, there don’t need to be witches. Macbeth is just about, you know, teenagers having sex on the back seat of a car.
Jeff:
What’s the problem?
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
In any case, Michael Bay wanted to class up Transformers 2.
Casey:
Oh, yeah.
Jeff:
And then, the Megan Fox and Sam,
Casey:
Ok.
Jeff:
,can’t say I love you to each other,
Casey:
[doubtfully] Aahmm.
Jeff:
So at this awkward time when he is supposed to be dead, and the medic has pronounced him dead, because, I don’t remember, did he get shot or something?
Casey:
It doesn’t matter.
Jeff:
They were running across the desert, and,
Casey:
Nobody knows.
Jeff:
,and there were, there were boats in the desert, and there were,
Casey:
Well, ok, let’s, let’s remind ourselves of something here. Which is that, in that particular movie,
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
,at least as far as I can remem, recall,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
I never saw a robot fire anything other than a large energy like projectile weapon,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,that would incinerate anything,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,that it hit.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Somehow, Sam got hit with like, a bullet,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,or something like this.
Jeff:
So, he,
Casey:
Right. So like he was hit by something non fatal.
Jeff:
You’ve exposed a deep thing. This is a deep thing.
Casey:
Friendly fire.
Jeff:
Friendly fire.
Casey:
Friendly fire.
Jeff:
There is something deep going on in that movie,
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
,we just haven’t realized it, Holy shit!
Casey:
See, here is where I go, you think he’s pro military,
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
,you think he’s, but, secretly.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
So here’s the thing. So the military totally has a boner for Michael Bay, you know,
Casey:
And vice versa.
Jeff:
Whatever, right. In that movie, they ask,
Casey:
Or did you mean to say Michael Bay had a boner for the military? Cause you said the opposite.
Jeff:
No, the military has a boner for, I mean,
Casey:
Ok.
Jeff:
,all that shit, we paid for,
Casey:
[laughs]
Jeff:
Right, when they have all that shit, you know, oh, here comes a hundred thousand men walking down,
Casey:
Right. ,on an aircraft carrier with that,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Yes. You know the admiral is blowing Michael Bay in a stateroom on that thing.
Casey:
Ok, I see.
Jeff:
,they love him!
Casey:
Ok.
Jeff:
I don’t know why, I have no idea.
Casey:
Well, I know why. Cause all they do is show shots of the military doing crazy grandiose things. Of course,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
,to be fair the military didn’t do a god dammed thing,
Jeff:
No.
Casey:
,in the whole movie,
Jeff:
Well, ok,
Casey:
,they just flew around and dropped bombs, but they never managed to do anything.
Jeff:
They didn’t seemed to do one bit of shit.
Casey:
They didn’t do jack shit.
Jeff:
And, and, and, not only that, in the movie they’re like “why can’t we have your weapons”, the military say.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And the robots said,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,listen,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,we’ve seen your history, we can’t let you have these weapons.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And for the next at least five hours,
Casey:
Yeah
Jeff:
,cause that was a long fucking movie,
Casey:
Yeah
Jeff:
,all the robots did,
Casey:
They’d blow up everything.
Jeff:
,is collateral damage everywhere!
Casey:
They blow up everything!
Jeff:
You’re like “Holy shit, take the weapons away from the fucking robots!”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
No one, they should be disarmed. In any case, Sartin was upset, he was like, “they’re drawing out this scene out, I’m getting this, this, thing of her like: ’Come back to me!”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
He was so uncomfortable, that he felt that the robot heaven was a relief,
Casey:
Oh,
Jeff:
,that was still better than that,
Casey:
,I see.
Jeff:
,awfully acted Matrix moment that,
Casey:
Yeah. ,they were obviously stealing, like, Augh! Holy shit!
Casey:
All right. I just wanna, clear something up,
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
,about this movie.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
This is a movie, about people, talking, to a truck.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Ok, Jeff?
Jeff:
Right. Talking to a truck.
Casey:
No, like, it is pivotal the fact that people are hanging around talking to a truck. And not just like,
Jeff:
[chuckles]
Casey:
,a few people talking to a truck, but it’s almost like the entire military apparatus of the country. It like goes up to like one star general, three star generals, four star generals,
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
,Joint Chiefs of Staff, talking truck.
Jeff:
Talking to a truck.
Casey:
Right? So talking truck is like, The talking truck is so ubiquitous that not only does it serve, that essentially it’s like,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,having level position. Right? It’s like: Oh, this is Ministry of the Interior,
Jeff:
Sure.
Casey:
,this is talking truck. Right?
Jeff:
Right [chuckles]
Casey:
But, it’s also,
Jeff:
He doesn’t, He’s not like Secretary of Talking Trucks, he’s just,.
Casey:
Talking truck. Right.
Jeff:
He’s a talking truck. Right.
Casey:
Yeah, yeah, it’s like here’s our thirteen cabinet leaders and, talking truck. Right?
Jeff:
, talking truck. [chuckles]
Casey:
And they wheel him out of the press conference, right?
Jeff:
Aha.
Casey:
You know, and then he just starts to explain things to people, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
They’re like, excuse me, ahm, ar, you know, Optimus Prime,
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
,we were wondering, uhm, when do, you’re going to start pulling troops out of Iraq?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right? And then he like, his method of dodging the question is always to like give some really bad car based analogy, you know what I mean?
Jeff:
[chuckles] “Sam”. Cause, wait, wait, first off we have to, the talking truck is Captain Exposition in that movie.
Casey:
Right, yes, that’s right.
Jeff:
He just has long periods of time where he explains.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Right? So he’s going to be like: “Mr. Donaldson, I will answer your question in a way that will make it clear for all you and your people to go on and on,”
Casey:
[chuckles] Yes.
Jeff:
“,we can’t leave the war now, because that would like having sand in the transmission,”
Casey:
Yes!
Jeff:
“,and the transmission can’t function without the oil. And the oil that we need is there. And that is why we can’t leave, until we,”, and it would go on for twenty minutes.
Casey:
I was going to say, I was going to say like, yes, I agree to what you are saying, but you’re about twenty minutes too short, for one of the actual,
Jeff:
Right, that would keep going. Right. Exactly.
Casey:
,Optimus Prime expositions in this thing.
Jeff:
I’d hate just hanging out with talking truck.
Casey:
And then he would be like: “And now, here’s some jets flying overhead”
Jeff:
[chuckles] Right, right.
Casey:
That’s why they closed the press house. No, but the thing is he is not just like cabinet level in our nation’s government, the talking truck,
Jeff:
Right, he only hangs out with Sam.
Casey:
He only hangs out.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
They’re like buddies
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Right? It’s like: “Oh, yeah, when I’m not running the country’s military apparatus”.
Jeff:
And hanging out in the park.
Casey:
“We’re just, we’re just chilling.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
“You know what?”
Jeff:
Playing for a seat.
Casey:
“Me and Sam have a good time, good time me and Sam” Right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It’s like: “Oh hey, have I just introduced you to my talking truck?” Right?
Jeff:
Oh, I bet Sam doesn’t really like him a whole lot.
Casey:
Oh, you think so.
Jeff:
He always monopolizes the conversation.
Casey:
I see.
Jeff:
And always goes off on random truck things.
Casey:
I see, yeah, yeah.
Jeff:
Right, yeah? You’re just, and anything you ask him you’ll be like: “So, Optimus Prime, what’s space like?”
Casey:
Yeah
Jeff:
And he’s like: “Sam,”
Casey:
Yeah [laughs]
Jeff:
“,space is a dangerous place”, and it would go on and on, like, “dude,
Casey:
It’s just like, “dude, I’m just trying to talk about space here”.
Jeff:
“,fucking, I’m trying to” and like,
Casey:
Well, he’s probably he’s got a wandering eye too, you know, that truck. He’s kind of a big, you know, that truck. I mean, you kind of get that feeling from Optimus, you know what I mean? That he’s a little bit, you know,
Jeff:
Right, right.
Casey:
,if something drives by, then he’s like: “Wow, Sam, did you see the set of rims on that one”, or whatever,
Jeff:
Right, right.
Casey:
,and you’re like: “Optimus,” you know, “that’s not how a gentlemanly truck behaves.”
Jeff:
Right, you know: “What does Megan Fox drive? Do you think we can go on a double date?”
Casey:
“,double date?” Exactly!
Jeff:
And it’s always awkward that like, you know, cause Optimus is always overbearing to that other car.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And probably quite can’t control himself.
Casey:
Well, you go to the thing and you’re like, you know: “How many people?”, and they’re like: “We’re going to need a booth”, or whatever, you know what I mean? like, you can’t sit anywhere,
Jeff:
Well, there’s not a lot of,
Casey:
,he crushes everything,
Jeff:
,there’s not a lot of transformers,
Casey:
,Can we sit outside.
Jeff:
,so probably, he probably has non transformer things. So it’s like, Sam, Megan Fox, Optimus, and like, just a standard Ford Mustang, that doesn’t transform.
Casey:
Oooohhh, wow!
Jeff:
And he just carries her around and pretends,
Casey:
I see.
Jeff:
,to talk to each other. Right?
Casey:
Oohh, man. Is that frowned upon?
Jeff:
It’s just awkward.
Casey:
I wonder if that’s like a big thing in transformers, right?
Jeff:
Oohh, right.
Casey:
It’s like that’s like sort of a transcultural marriage,
Jeff:
Like some sort of crazy interracial thing,
Casey:
Yeah, right.
Jeff:
,where we haven’t quite moved on enough that like, transformers can’t hook up with normal,
Casey:
Exactly, like, Yeah, yeah, something like,
Jeff:
,just robotic, I see.
Casey:
,you know, Megatron is like, if you’re, if you’re not born from a transformer, then you’re not a transformer. I don’t care if you can’t transform or not!
Jeff:
Right, you’re just saying, like, like, Megatron, is kinda like, he’s from the House of Slithery,
Casey:
He’s, he’s, he’s orthodox. He’s orthodox transformer.
Jeff:
,where he’s a purebred. Ok. I just call him a Harry Potter pure, pureblood.
Casey:
Oh, I see, ok. See, I don’t know this shit because I don’t roll with the Harry.
Jeff:
Yeah
Casey:
I don’t know Harry Potter.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Yeah. You know, that’s true, you know they probably go to movies, like, they go to other movies,
Casey:
You’re right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah
Jeff:
So Sam and transformer, they go to like, Harry Potter, and then Optimus is like: “I hate the Quidditch seats”
Casey:
“There weren’t cars in any of this”
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
“Nobody drives. I don’t understand.”
Jeff:
Oooohhhh
Casey:
Yeah, it’s terrible.
Jeff:
They talk to trucks.
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
They probably, they probabl, You probably run out of things to say to a truck,
Casey:
Well, here’s the question,
Jeff:
,the second day,
Casey:
,if they, it they’re going to regular movies, Jeff, it’s like, well, then I’m imagining they go to the drive through theater,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
,the drive in, rather, they go to the drive in.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Aahh, they, I’m imagining that they see it much the way we would see, a talking truck in a movie.
Jeff:
Right, right.
Casey:
They think of humans as like,
Jeff:
Oh, I see.
Casey:
,Oh, they really vehicularmorphised that person.
Jeff:
Right, right, exactly.
Casey:
It’s just like a talking truck, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Like that guy was. They just made him into human form because that’s more interesting sometimes,
Jeff:
Right, right, right
Casey:
,you know what I mean?
Jeff:
That’d mean they hate the Wizard of Oz because of the Tin Man’s a cut racial identity of them,
Casey:
Yeah, yeah, yes, exactly,
Jeff:
,and they’re just like, that’s just like black.
Casey:
,it’s kinda bullshit.
Jeff:
That’s like black face to you.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
That’s like,
Casey:
We don’t get rusty all the time!
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
That is just, that’s ridiculous
Jeff:
That is tin face,
Casey:
Yeah, tin face, and I’m offended.
Jeff:
That is tin face, and there is no place for that.
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
Fucking talk to trucks.
Casey:
Absolutely. So, no, but bringing it back to the actual movie Transformers, I don’t think, I don’t feel like anyone is really giving appropriate weight to the fact that nobody in this movie seems to have a problem with the fact that there’s a talking truck, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Like, everything in the whole apparatus of government is shot a hundred percent seriously, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It’s like the Hunt for Red October and someone drove a talking truck onto the submarine. They’re not going to be sitting around going like: “All right, bring it thirty degrees left,”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It’s like, no, they’re going to be like: “What the fuck is a talking truck doing in the hold of the submarine!”
Jeff:
Right, right, right. They’re not,
Casey:
That’s ridiculous!
Jeff:
Well. It, it,
Casey:
You’d at least look a little weirded out by the fact it’s a talking truck.
Jeff:
,that’s it, they make it seem like the transformer’s existence is a big secret.
Casey:
He’s just walking around.
Jeff:
And yet, no ones that freaked out that the, the,
Casey:
No one’s concerned, no one’s concerned.
Jeff:
,that you have a talking truck.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
I mean, at least there should be a soldier in the background of this big rolling,
Casey:
Like, what the fuck, yeah.
Jeff:
“Dude, did that fucking truck talk?”
Casey:
“,just talk?” Yeah.
Jeff:
“I think, I think, I think that truck just fucking talked.”
Casey:
“,just talked.” Exactly.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And, and, and it’s like,
Casey:
It’s fine.
Jeff:
Yeah,
Casey:
Fucking truck, right?
Jeff:
,it’s fine. Right. And, and, yeah, it’s good action. I mean, they got crazy, they, I mean, not just the insurance, they have that right in the middle an OnStar commercial basically, where they make that,
Casey:
Yes, that’s right.
Jeff:
Oh, it’s out of control.
Casey:
They, they, they, I mean, that movie was extraordinarily commercialized, because all of the transformers also had logos for various car companies on them.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
So it wasn’t, it was like when they came out of the little birthing chamber up there, as a kid,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,I guess they had GMC stamped on them,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
,right from the start, I suppose.
Jeff:
So that’s really,
Casey:
Or do you think that’s like a false moustache? It’s like, no one will suspect me like a talking truck if I just affix this GMC label,
Jeff:
[chuckles] Yeah, like in here,
Casey:
Right?
Jeff:
,yeah. Hmmm,
Casey:
And it’s like, “did that truck just fucking talk?”
Jeff:
No, no, no,
Casey:
“Well, I know I didn’t just talk, I’m just a car,”
Jeff:
“I’m just a GMC,” [chuckles]
Casey:
“,with my little GMC label on the front.” Yeah, that’s exactly what I’m thinking.
Jeff:
[still chuckling]
Casey:
Yeah, that’s like, They’re passing, right? “Oh, man, look that, that truck thinks he’s passing, with the GMC label,”
Jeff:
[more chuckling]
Casey:
Oh, God, that’s terrible.
Jeff:
No, that’s not the way it should go.
Casey:
No, it’s not.
Jeff:
Maybe they have beard cars that are like,
Casey:
[chuckles]
Jeff:
,not transformer cars, that they hang around other GMCs,
Casey:
Yeah, yeah.
Jeff:
,so they can, you know, that’s, that’s, you know,
Casey:
Right. Yeah.
Jeff:
,I’m a transformer,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,I know that you’re a transformer,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,but, when I don’t want people to know I just have my beard, you know,
Casey:
Exactly.
Jeff:
,Mustang that I hang out with.
Casey:
Exactly.
Jeff:
You know, to blend in.
Casey:
Well, Optimus Prime has his, like, non transforming trailer.
Jeff:
Right. Oh, I see.
Casey:
Right? That he goes off with.
Jeff:
Oh, you’re right, he does have a trailer!
Casey:
You know what I mean? Yeah.
Jeff:
Yeah. That doesn’t transform.
Casey:
Well, no, no, I, I, He does have a trailer that transforms.
Jeff:
Oohh.
Casey:
I am saying that he’s got a non transforming trailer somewhere, that he puts on.
Jeff:
That’s total, that’s,
Casey:
It’s like, that’s his like, you know, every day out, his casual outfit, right?
Jeff:
Right, right.
Casey:
“Oh, I’m just a truck driving down the street.”
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Yeah? It’s no problem.
Jeff:
I didn’t think about that,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,that’s, that’s totally the beard of the transformer.
Casey:
That’s, that’s, that’s what I’m saying.
Jeff:
Oh, my God.
Casey:
That’s what I’m saying.
Jeff:
They talk to trucks.
Casey:
Exactly. Do you think that there’re, there’re, like, the paint shop, like the, I’m not sure I might call it the chop shop or something, it’s like the hair salon for them. Like they drive in there and there’s some like, you know, aaahh, I guess it would still be a transformer, who’s like gonna do a paint job on them. I don’t know, there may be at least humans.
Jeff:
Wait, I think it’s, ,Remember? In the first one, wasn’t he an old Camaro, and then became a new Camaro?
Casey:
I don’t know.
Jeff:
I’m pretty sure he was two Camaros.
Casey:
I was wondering if Optimus Prime at any time, like, goes in there and is like: “Oh, just a little off the top.” You know, whatever, just like,
Jeff:
I think he’s like,
Casey:
“Could you make me look thinner?”
Jeff:
Yeah. Well no, I think he transforms,
Casey:
Or, well maybe, “I tried to get into a parking garage the other day,
Jeff:
“And I couldn’t get in there”, yeah.
Casey:
,and I couldn’t fit under the height limit, and I felt really fat“
Jeff:
No, I think they can transform into other stuff, if they want.
Casey:
Oh, ok.
Jeff:
If they decide.
Casey:
I have no idea.
Jeff:
Like, you know what? This, this look isn’t working. Cause they insinuate there’s been transformers all the way,
Casey:
That’s true, that’s true.
Jeff:
,you know, they had those old timey cars, you know, those old timeys? That, that was a transformer.
Casey:
Yes, that made absolutely no sense, but yes,
Jeff:
Yeah, you’re like, all right,
Casey:
You’re like, ok. But those aren’t, we’re not still making those.
Jeff:
So, we’re kind of entering into a vortex of product placement on toys,
Casey:
That were already a product.
Jeff:
,that are products. That were real things, that were products.
Casey:
Yep.
Jeff:
It’s like, eating itself.
Casey:
Yeah, it’s the snake, it’s Escher’s, like, hand drawing a hand kind of a thing, right?
Jeff:
Yeah, yeah. Well, it’s like the little vacuum in Yellow Submarine that sucks itself up.
Casey:
Did not see Yellow Submarine. Don’t know what you’re talking about.
Jeff:
The Beatles, you’ve never seen that?
Casey:
No, I haven’t.
Jeff:
Aahhh.
Casey:
I hate that song.
Jeff:
It’s, it’s crazy. It’s crazy, man, it’s, it’s, it’s, it’s scary.
Casey:
I don’t know what to tell you, other than, yes. That is exactly what is happening with the product placement. I mean, I don’t know that you could get any more circular with the product placement, now that I think about it.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Because if they were toys that were based on actual products, which now are in a movie pimping the products that they were originally based on, in the first place,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,which means that they’re getting paid to pimp those actual products.
Jeff:
Right. And some of them have,
Casey:
Which is bizarre.
Jeff:
,like stickers for Pennzoil on them,
Casey:
That’s true.
Jeff:
, which is like another,
Casey:
Yeah, yeah.
Jeff:
,I don’t know if you can go any more circular
Casey:
It’s impressive. It is very impressive.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
It is very, Well, you know, you can. They mention AllState Insurance.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
So they’re like talking about product placement, they’re covered in product placement, they are a product, to begin with, and they are a product based on a product, originally.
Jeff:
So they, Maybe, maybe if there were transformers that did commercials within the movie, about the things,
Casey:
About the things, yeah.
Jeff:
,that’s it, that’s the only way you can go.
Casey:
Or if the transformers themselves had toy transformers to play with.
Jeff:
Or, or, right in the middle of the movie you just heard someone go cut, cut, cut, and then, from around the side of the camera, Michael Bay just comes out and goes: “Hi, I’m Michael Bay,”
Casey:
Right, it’s like,
Jeff:
“,you know what, when I like to, you know, kick back,”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
“,I drink a Budweiser.”
Casey:
Yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
“All right, back to the show.”
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
And then walks around, and then, action and move on,
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
I mean, that’s it. You can’t do anything more crazy than they’re doing.
Casey:
Well, given the super destroyed nature of that film, they could’ve just like had a hard cut somewhere, and it’s like, two people in a McDonalds going like “this is fucking delicious”.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
And then, cut, back to the movie.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
And, no one would’ve noticed, first of all, right?
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
No one would have been: “What’s that scene doing there?” Right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
And second of all, like, it would just be, yeah, pure advertisement. A standard thirty second spot for McDonalds that they managed to insert in the movie, without actually having to tie it in.
Jeff:
Oh, my God, this is crazy, we’re living in crazy times.
Casey:
We are living in crazy times.
Jeff:
All right.
Casey:
I don’t want to talk about that movie. I did not like that film, at all! And I can’t believe that they tried to make me take talking to a truck seriously. I mean, it was a Saturday morning cartoon.
Jeff:
Uhmhuh, yeah.
Casey:
Like, I’m not seven any more. Like, let’s just fucking get over it.
Jeff:
I just like, it’s a, it’s a movie based on a Saturday morning cartoon,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,that felt like it was four hours long.
Casey:
It’s like,
Jeff:
Like, you’re killing me.
Casey:
,but it was only slightly shy of four hours long,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,it was like two hours and forty five minutes of a talking truck. It’s like, it’s Romeo and Juliet on a talking truck,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,it’s like, what the fuck?
Jeff:
Yeah. No, I don’t understand. I don’t understand. So, here’s the other thing, do you remember at the beginning of the movie, when he, he apparently had a little bit of, uhh, what the fuck? ,uhh, “AllSpark”, remember he had a little bit of the “AllSpark”?
Casey:
Ok.
Jeff:
It burns through his,
Casey:
I don’t know what an “allspark” is.
Jeff:
I don’t know what the “allspark” is. Well, that’s why, well, I’ll tell you what it is. It makes previously things that were not auto bots,
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
,into transformers.
Casey:
It did seem like it made things start transforming.
Jeff:
So it was like, there was a toaster?
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
And, all the shit in his kitchen turned into shit.
Casey:
Right, yes.
Jeff:
So, are those things sentient, and, locked in, and, and, and that just turns their on?
Casey:
Well, ok,
Jeff:
Or, or, or is it like, is it like that movie, what was that fucking movie,?
Casey:
But this is,
Jeff:
,Flowers for Algermon. Is he locked into the toast,?
Casey:
Right, he’s been a toaster his whole life, yes.
Jeff:
,like, I’m a sentient being and all I do, and then like, I get this burst where I turn in normal,
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
,and then they, and then they turn it back off, and he’s a toaster again,
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
,that’s gotta suck!
Casey:
Well, ahh, Here’s all I can say,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
is, I think,
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
,that it’s largely like a Christianity thing,
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
,for the most point, part.
Jeff:
Explain it.
Casey:
Well, this is what I’m thinking,
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
,right? Is that, previously, I think that in the history of mankind, anyway, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Religion was a powerful force for governmental control, right?
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
And that’s the purpose that it primarily served, right?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It was like, to try and get large number of people,
Jeff:
To control the popula. (sic)
Casey:
,to be under control and to do shit that they don’t want to do like, go to fight giant wars, and shit like this,
Jeff:
Right. Tithe, whatever.
Casey:
,and for the largest bit, works very well. Ok.
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
Nowadays we don’t need that quite as much anymore, oftentimes,
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
,depending on what particular country you’re talking about, but in general, not as necessary.
Jeff:
All right.
Casey:
Sill, necessary, not as necessary, but, here is the key point, it is still necessary for Michael Bay. And the reason is because the shit he puts together is every bit unintelligible as something like the Bible,
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
,or like the concept of God, and all these things. So, yes, there is a this thing that you have, had no idea how it works or what it does, you drop it, it eats through the floor like some scene out of Alien, it starts,
Jeff:
So you’re saying I should think about this?
Casey:
Don’t think about it, stop!
Jeff:
Ok, right, ok
Casey:
Just, stop!
Jeff:
A miracle occurred.
Casey:
Michael Bay is telling you the gospel and you have received it.
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
Toasters ran around,
Jeff:
Stop questioning it.
Casey:
,there were some funny lines about the house and safe coinsurance,
Jeff:
Though shalt not question, the Bay.
Casey:
,or AllState, or whatever the fuck insurance.
Jeff:
Oh, yeah, they brought up the insurance, they dropped it in there.
Casey:
They had that, right? They had the product placed in there.
Jeff:
Yeah.
Casey:
Mom was crazy, wooooo, running around, saying some funny things, you know?
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
Cause she’s wild, that mom,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,she’s upset about something. That’s the scene, that’s the scene!
Jeff:
Apparently never heard of marihuana.
Casey:
It doesn’t have to connect to any other scenes, right?
Jeff:
Right, yeah.
Casey:
Moses went up, he got Ten Commandments, he came back down.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It doesn’t matter that no other commandments ever got issued!
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
It doesn’t matter that that doesn’t make any sense!
Jeff:
Look,
Casey:
It just doesn’t happen! And we’re told something else later.
Jeff:
The story doesn’t matter if he’s like, what happens to Moses, after he got those,
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
,they’re really heavy,
Casey:
Right, how did he carry ,’em around?
Jeff:
Right? Did he give them to Larry, to carry and like, what the fuck?
Casey:
Oh, yeah, exactly.
Jeff:
Yeah, that’s not horse,
Casey:
Yeah, what’s with this golden cow? I don’t understand how they get that much gold in the first place and the scene is weird,
Jeff:
So, it’s the spirit of the scene that I should,
Casey:
,and the worst thing, don’t worry about that.
Jeff:
,be receiving.
Casey:
Just, enjoy the scene as it is, let it speak to you and move on.
Jeff:
Ok, and, and, anyway,
Casey:
Don’t question, don’t question, Michael Bay, faith.
Jeff:
,ok.
Casey:
This is a faith based movie.
Jeff:
All right.
Casey:
You just have to have faith that she,
Jeff:
In three days the toaster will, will,
Casey:
,has a plan for you
Jeff:
,pop up.
Casey:
Yes.
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
Exactly.
Jeff:
Ok.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Do those, do those,? Ok. You’re saying I can’t do this, Does the toaster still toast, even though it’s, can it still make toast? Even though it can transform?
Casey:
Well, I think that based on the, the, other characters on the movie, and what they can do, I would say absolutely, but only when it’s transformed. So,
Jeff:
Oh, ok.
Casey:
,the robot cannot toast. But, when it transforms back into toaster it can. Which will come into play sometime, when Michael Bay is like: “If only we had a jammed delivery device.”
Jeff:
I see.
Casey:
That’s like, SHHUNNT!
Jeff:
Yeah, I see.
Casey:
CLANK! And up come the like, But, I’m sorry, that wouldn’t be toast, because that wouldn’t be branded, it would be like Eggo Waffle.
Jeff:
Smuckers, Oh I see.
Casey:
Right?
Jeff:
Right, right, right. Ok.
Casey:
And Eggo Waffle would putt-putter, and like, Sam would go to reach for it and Megan Fox’s character name we will never remember.
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,grabs it from him and goes like: “Le’go of my Eggo”.
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
That will be a scene, right? In the next Transformers,
Jeff:
Thou shalt not,
Casey:
,assuming they have,
Jeff:
Leggo of my Eggo.
Casey:
Yeah. Assuming they have the budget. Eggo, I mean,
Jeff:
Oh, my goodness.
Casey:
,has the budget to,
Jeff:
All right. We weren’t even going to talk about this, but this movie is so bad I had to do something.
Casey:
Yeah, you really wanted to talk about Transformers, didn’t you?
Jeff:
I’m just like, wow, I can’t believe a movie that had this budget, I mean, the script, if you read the script on the page, you’d go, wait, none of these scenes connect, like, it loo, (sic) it just didn’t make any sense,
Casey:
Well, you’d probably go, like,
Jeff:
,nothing made sense.
Casey:
,uhm, you’d probably hand it back and go like, ok, so, uuhh, just when you go ahead and go through and do the actual write of the script,
Jeff:
Right.
Casey:
,let me read it.
Jeff:
Right. You’ve got,
Casey:
No, no, no, this is done.
Jeff:
You’ve got some scenes here.
Casey:
Uuhhh, what do you mean done?
Jeff:
You have some good set pieces, maybe.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
That I don’t see,
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
,what connects any of this stuff.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
Some of the characters, seem to just appear in Egypt,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,and you’re like, Oh, that’s Jetfire can teleport.
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
It’s like, I don’t remember,
Casey:
I didn’t know he could teleport. You’re like,
Jeff:
I didn’t,
Casey:
,he can’t,
Jeff:
Well, he can now.
Casey:
Yeah. He does that.
Jeff:
Yes, that’s how we fix that.
Casey:
He teleports.
Jeff:
Problem solved. Rewrite,
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
,right here.
Casey:
Yeah, exactly
Jeff:
I don’t get it, I don’t get it. They spent a hundred and fifty million dollars on that movie. On the movie, on marketing probably double that,
Casey:
[laughs]
Jeff:
,and it didn’t make any sense.
Casey:
But, doesn’t matter,
Jeff:
It like, literarily didn’t make any sense!
Casey:
It doesn’t matter, Jeff, this is what I’m talking about. This is what you di, (sic) When you have a Christian nation watching movies, making sense is optional. This is what I’m trying to tell you.
Jeff:
I’m just saying like, who’s the executive that says: “Let’s green light this before we have a script”. The script is the easy, You know how,
Casey:
Jeff, it’s like the highest grossing movie of the summer!
Jeff:
I know!
Casey:
They should green light it! The executives did the right, made the right decision!
Jeff:
It would have taken two weeks to like have somebody go do and fix it,
Casey:
Why?! That’s two weeks they don’t need to spend!
Jeff:
Augh, my God!
Casey:
You see what I’m saying?
Jeff:
Yeah, I guess.
Casey:
They get it. They get like Michael Bay, and whoever his producer is, they understand how to make movies.
Jeff:
Augh!
Casey:
We don’t. We would make some movie that made sense, but it wouldn’t have as many explosions and no one would go to see it.
Jeff:
Augh, my God. It just doesn’t, I don’t get it.
Casey:
I mean, that’s the sad fact of the matter.
Jeff:
I don’t get it. It just didn’t make any sense.
Casey:
Right.
Jeff:
Hires a hundred and fifty million dollars on two hundred, non connected pages,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,it’s like you had two hundred writers, each write a page of the script,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,you shuffled them together,
Casey:
Yeah.
Jeff:
,and said, could I have a hundred and fifty million dollars? And they said, yes.
Casey:
They said, hit me.
Jeff:
[laughs]
Casey:
They’re like, add another page on top.
Jeff:
All right. Aaahh, all right, let’s wrap up, we’ll do something else on the next show. In the meantime please send us links, comments, emails, at podcast@jeffandcaseyshow.com
Casey:
Now, why do you tell people we are going to do something else on the next show? Do you think for some reason they felt we were going to continue talking about Transformers on the next show?
Jeff:
No, I was going to talk, I was going into this recording,
Casey:
Oh, ok.
Jeff:
,with we’re going to talk here, what was,
Casey:
Aahh, something else.
Jeff:
,written down, and then I was like, let’s just get,
Casey:
Aahhh, I see.
Jeff:
,quickly, the doo doo robots the fuck out of the way,
Casey:
Right, right.
Jeff:
,and then just, you know, that movie is just fascinating to me.
Casey:
It’s got a lot of material.
Jeff:
Yeah, all right.
Casey:
All right. If you would like to email us with some links that you would like us to talk about,
Jeff:
Yes.
Casey:
,hopefully that do not have anything to do with the Transformers 2 movie,
Jeff:
Please, yes.
Casey:
,you can email podcast@jeffandcaseyshow.com
Jeff:
Or come to facebook,
Casey:
You can also go to facebook.com/jeffandcaseyshow
Jeff:
Right. Oh, right, right.
Casey:
Or you can do jeffandcaseyshow.com and look at all the icons on there.
Jeff:
Right. It’s all there.
Casey:
Anywhere you want. Twitter it, do whatever it is the kids do these days.
Jeff:
Itune it, interweb it.
Casey:
Itune it, RSS feed,
Jeff:
It’s all there
Casey:
,we got you covered.
Jeff:
Youtube it, whatever.
Casey:
Have a great week, everyone.
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