You know how in movies sometimes when a character is near death or going through a crisis, and suddenly every choice they made and regret in life they had confronts them in a cold dark ether of nothingness? That's basically what the Tournament of Champions is like. Plus, it's an E3 karaoke jamboree in the end-of-show game as we learn together what it sounds like when the soundboard gets out of sync.
Before we began recording, Jesse fixed himself a little cocktail of Fireball and Pepsi Max. Turns out this is the secret potion that turns Jesse into an angry stand-up comic from Boston we now know as The Blast Master, and he's got opinions about office birthday cards. Stick around at the end of the show for a new game called If I Could Turn Back Time. Or "Audio Nightmare" might be more fitting.
Sixteen movies standing in a row
Sixteen movies, fifteen have to go
But if instead of A New Hope
The Phantom Menace makes the show...
Then there'll be fifteen movies standing in a row.
Cullen Jennings returns with a fresh new [BRACKET!]! Oh, but you thought the old lady dropped it in the ocean at the end? Well baby, we went down and got it for you. Join us for a polished hour of comedy as we take these 16 pieces of jewelry to the local pawn shop to see if we can buy a Nintendo or something. Guy says this Millennium Puzzle is going to sit on his shelf for months waiting for *one* person who *might* buy it, but I've done my homework and there are people selling Millennium Eyes on eBay for like $10,000.
That's right slackers, it's time for a pop quiz on the sixteen storybooks you were assigned at the start of the summer. 1984, The Scarlet Letter, Of Mice & Men....why do you look confused? Don't tell me you forgot? Oh for the love of god. We invited special guest and friend of the show Dr. Alex Roederer to today's class and...wait. Where's Cullen Jennings? It's the first day of the semester, people.