Brad's road trip vlog. Fellow Channel Awesome member Angry Joe has caused Brad to have a craving for Chick-Fil-A. Unfortunately, there are no Chick-Fil-As nearby, so Brad and his friends go on an epic quest to find one, facing obstacles at every turn.
On the one year anniversary of Radiodrome, which was a clip show, Josh decided to fake the last four clips, one of which was a massive fistfight Brad and Jerrid got into over My Little Pony.
Jerrid: Look, all Iím saying is that My Little Pony: The Movie was really well done. There was good voice work, good animation, I just donít see why anybody would hate on it.
Brad: Is that all youíre saying? I think you should elaborate more on that. Saying that movie has artistic merit is like saying that my niece who drew that little coloring thing on my fridge is Rembrandt.
Jerrid: Well of course itís got artistic merit, think of all the hard work the actors went through, that the animators went through, it was a masterpiece.
Brad: Oh yeah, you know what else took hard work? The Holocaust!
Jerrid: Oh, there you go, breaking Godwins Law! Dude, thatís real classy.
Brad: What does Godfrey Hoís law have anything to do with this? All Iím saying is that I have a dick, therefore I hate My Little Pony! Apparently, you have a vagina, so go figure, you like it.
Jerrid: Oh, Iíll show you who has a vagina.
[gets into slap fight with Brad]
Brad: Stop jerking me off, itís not helping your case!
From "Carving Magic"
Jake's running gag about his incompetent sitcom wife, Gloria.
Various mondegreens about the dialogue making it out to be a horror film (since it was directed by Herschel Gordon Lewis). "H-bomb?!"
"Freed slices of ham will be considered 3/5ths of a ham."
From "The Book of Jonah"
The callbacks to the Snob review of The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah, pilgrim.
Doug Walker: "That's why we got funnyman and nostalgia expert Brad Jones to host the show." (cut to close, shaky film of Brad attacking the camera, with caption "Brad Jones") Brad: "Get that fuckin' camera outta my fa—" Doug: "He couldn't be happier about hosting this brand-new event, and neither could we."
For reference, the song is "Believe It or Not" by Joe Scarsbury, originally written as the opening theme to The Greatest American Hero. Obviously, The Greatest American Hero is far more upbeat than the Snob's usual fare.