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"THE FUTURE SUCKS, but Jim and George intend to change that!"---Each week these two brave pop culture agents (the Crispy Coated Robots) receive orders from the home office in the far radioactive future requesting they submit individual Top 5 lists on various predetermined mundane topics about the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
 
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Episode 82: “You can make Mountain Dew look like champagne." In this landmark episode a surprise visitor from the future, Nebulor (Joseph), is sent to reprimand Jim and George for violations made during previous shows. The enforcer decides to stick around to debate with them actor roles that have revived Movie/TV star's careers, and discuss the bes…
 
Episode 81: “It's not the size of the war that matters" For the launch of Season III Jim and George deliberate about the worst and most pointless backstories forced onto beloved film characters. Another controversial show moment occurs when Jim and George argue about the home office’s intentions: Did they request information about appetizers or abo…
 
Episode 80: ““That’s a surfboard, not a carrot. What cop show has a carrot?” Jim and George debate the Top 5 Cop Duos in television history along with their favorite birds. George confronts Jim once he discovers a setting on his microphone has delivered inferior sound for a month or so. Speculation about how Otis, the town drunk on the Andy Griffit…
 
Episode 79: “Who’s keeping Long John Silver’s in business?” Jim and George discuss their favorite TV Catch Phrases and the best fried foods. Why didn’t the Lost in Space robot ever warn any of the rest of the Robinson family when a threat was presented? What is Jim’s strategy to avoid chewing fatigue when visiting the steakhouse? Donut Debate: Kris…
 
Episode 78: “I’m the wolf that cried ‘Boy’...” Jim and George discuss their favorite John Travolta roles and the Top 5 Duet Songs. Which television sitcom taught George how to be a man? Why you should not go to the bathroom in a Quentin Tarantino movie. Which two performances did Kentucky Disc Jockey Garry Guthrie splice together making Columbia Re…
 
Episode 77: “Look at the size of Bruce Willis’ Fred Flintstone-Sized feet!” In what the guys classify as ‘The Re-Watchable Episode’ Jim and George list their favorite films in 5 categories: · Comedy · Drama · Sci-fi/Horror · Romantic Comedy · Action Also, what are their top 5 nuts? As a self-proclaimed non-sci fi fan, why did Jim as a young boy fin…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George listen to Creedence Clearwater Revival's smash1970 5th album COSMO'S FACTORY. [Original Air Date: 08/01/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2GixRGf4AU&t=2718sBy Jim Kovacik - George Wright Padgett
 
Episode 76: “Smarter, but wrong...” Jim and George share their top 5 pics for the biggest jerks in film and the greatest songs about cities; but the real debate comes in as the two disagree about whether big brother Chet is a talking mutant blob or a pile of manure. Who or what is killing the seagulls in Baltimore? Which top jerk actor appears in t…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George listen to George Michael's smash1987 solo debut album FAITH. [Original Air Date: 07/04/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7ZraKqZTt0&list=PLrpyDacBCh7AD6XlVeiJd94LUiCqqWMzq…
 
Episode 75: The Diamond Episode - ‘They buried her with a carton of Marlboro Reds.’ Jim and George share their top 5 favorite Neil Diamond songs and discuss the best secondary characters appearing in sitcoms. Where does one go to find a punk version of one of Neil Diamond’s most popular tunes? Is the janitor real, a figment of the imagination, or e…
 
Episode 74: ‘Keep talking Jimbo, and you'll be as dead as that crabmeat.’ Jim and George consider the top live television broadcast moments along with the best corporate mascots. Was the moon landing faked, but more importantly: do you want Tony the Tiger on your box of Pop Tarts? What are the key differences between Jim’s impersonations of James M…
 
Episode 73: ‘When was the last time that you yelled at a girl to put her pants on?’ Jim and George pay tribute to acclaimed director Robert Altman by offering their Top 5 selections of his films. And during the ‘Best Rain Songs’ topic it’s finally learned if George is/is not a fan of Prince’s mega-hit Purple Rain. Also, which one of George’s select…
 
Episode 72: ‘And curse Sir Walter Raleigh, he was such a stupid get!’ Jim and George discuss their favorite Scarlett Johansson movies and reflect upon the exploits of various discoverers/explorers. Which podcast host has the highest IQ? Also discussed is the lesser known voyage made by Vasco da Gama to Cape Cod, Massachusetts for some sport fishing…
 
JULY 06, 2021 Episode 71: ‘The power of Supertrain!’ Jim and George match tune-for-tune in discussing the Top 5 Novelty Songs. To Jim’s delight, George totally fumbles on the main topic, misunderstanding the criteria from the home office in the future is Top 5 WORST 70s Sitcoms not just 70s shows. George reminisces about odd and even gas days and t…
 
Episode 69: ‘It’s a chair, it’s a bed!’ Jim and George present the best chair/seat for sitting; also up for debate is the very best pre & post credits scenes for film. What is the first movie with a post credits scene? Learn the origin of the Pink Panther cartoon. Which podcast host has a serious case of ‘chair envy’? And why won’t Jim say “Sofa Ki…
 
Episode 68: “I will admit that there are no strippers named ‘Salt’.” Jim and George debate the best characters to appear in horror flicks (monster and/or non-monsters). And the spice must flow as they discuss the best spices used in food preparation. Also explored is what Jim did to irritate director Rob Zombie. What is the Poltergeist and Skittles…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George listen to The Eagles' smash1976 album HOTEL CALIFORNIA. [Original Air Date: 06/13/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BciS5krYL80&list=PLBoIBJQNyrwvnmJoeYH0jBt14IWaQs6sp&index=1…
 
Episode 67: ‘Want a gum tape measure? Well, here’s a licorice hammer!’ Jim and George explore what are the very best sitcom episodes of all time, and best gum. This episode features the shortest intermission the guys have ever done so that they can devote time to speaking of the heresy chocolate gum, the Ralph Kramden and Fred Flintstone connection…
 
Episode 66: ‘This is nothing short of a facial hair odyssey.’ Featuring Ladies: What are the best films directed by female directors? Featuring Men: What is the best facial hair used to enhance a character’s personality on film? And which podcast host suffers from narcolepsy anytime a fantasy film like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, or Avatar is …
 
Episode 65: ‘I’m afraid of Robert Shaw in everything he’s in.’ In an episode longer in duration than Bill Murray’s movie Quick Change, Jim and George compare the music from the members of the Fab Four after The Beatles break up in 1970. As they discuss the best heist movies on film, Jim puts on his screenwriter’s hat to explain Snyder’s ‘Save the C…
 
Episode 64: ‘It’s about time.’ Jim and George discuss their favorite movies that involve time-travel, and the Top 5 Ice Cream flavors. What event took place at Mrs. King’s house on January that shaped Jim’s world outlook from a young age? George shares his New Year’s pineapple champagne punch recipe. How do you get a refrigerator to go 88 MPH? And …
 
Episode 63: ‘Why is Batman vomiting into my bath water?’ What are the best voiceover performances in film and Top 5 aerosol can products? Hear Jim’s tragic tale of how his father’s contraband WD-40 actually slowed down his Pinewood Derby racing car entry as a young Cub Scout. · What did Lunar Larry change his name to in the mid-90s? · What is the d…
 
Jim & George listen and discuss Paul McCartney & Wings' 1973 smash hit recording Band on the Run. [Original Air Date: 05/09/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjlvdcBAKdg&list=PLhh2Mh7vZHr1xkgj9ckchW2ypIuu0zA4J…
 
Episode 62: ‘All poodles are dogs, but not all dogs are poodles, and therefore all tangerines ARE oranges!’ The guys discuss the very best final songs on albums, along with their favorite fruits. Artificial flavoring for grapes? Just because you can do a thing doesn’t mean should do a thing! Learn which podcast host shares his birthday with Elvis P…
 
Episode 61: “This episode is a disaster!” AKA “It’s where bananas go to die.” Jim and George discuss the most impactful (maybe Deep Impact-ful) disaster movies to ever hit the screen, and best bread. The two explore why Texas seems to be the only region thus far appoint a state toast. They also contemplate the age-old question of which is more dang…
 
Episode 60: “When is a hair product NOT a hair product?” The boys discuss who are the greatest secondary character actors in Hollywood, as they debate which of the two of them is the supporting actor of the CCR podcast. Surprisingly, the more controversial topic develops around what is/is not a hair product. Jim: “Where would we be without the hair…
 
APRIL 13, 2021 Episode 59: “Rockin’ it out!” The guys discuss the Top 5 acoustic guitar pieces used in rock (and maybe NOT so rock) songs. They also discuss the best character additions to popular movie franchises, and contemplate taking the show to the road, driving around the US in search of famous locales mentioned in song. Learn which Star Trek…
 
Jim & George listen and discuss Billy Joel's 1980 pinnacle recording GLASS HOUSES. [Original Air Date: 04/11/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilsv0C1-aBw&list=PLraUXdMOSKKEpSFg4k6EEuXKBfPAQhNexBy Jim Kovacik - George Wright Padgett
 
Episode 58: WARNING: This episode sucks… (blood) Top 5 vampire characters and best bodies of water (excluding oceans/seas) George expresses concern that his neighbor Cindy may be a real-life vampire, as Jim mocks the succinctness of some of George’s answers to best bodies of water (excluding oceans/seas). And can the Count on Sesame Street be consi…
 
Episode 57: “You just have to be a little bit smarter than the box, Jim.” For consideration this week are the Top 5 Card Games and the best use of a previous pop song in a movie. Jim and George also reminisce about playing games with their late fathers and families. And what do the guys do to provoke the ghost of Kenny Rogers? Sting song – Shape of…
 
Episode 56: “Put more tokens in the machine, Luke.” The Death episode: What are the best deaths in cinema? And which are the Top 5 horses in movies and television? Jim and George reveal valuable movie watching tips: Avoid Burt Reynold’s movies in which his moustache is missing, skip any clean-shaven Robin Williams’ flicks, and they put an end to th…
 
Episode 55: “What’s in the box? What’s in the box, Jim?” The Spring Cleaning episode The best plot twists in movies and Top 5 household cleaning products. In this episode the guys explore the questions of: · What’s the difference between a bartender and a barkeeper? · What Christopher Lee 1973 British folk horror movie may be the possible origin of…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George discuss Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young's 1970 landmark album Déjà Vu. [Original Air Date: 03/14/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvGCOXahbccBy Jim Kovacik - George Wright Padgett
 
Episode 54: ““Every uncle lies to the family at some point.” Jim & George discuss the very best of 80s sitcoms, but equally suspenseful is the category of the best office supplies. There are hints of the complexities of George’s color –coded organizing system, and a tribute moment to a fallen friend who highlighted his entire arm as a black light g…
 
Jim & George discuss Sting's 1985 solo debut "The Dream of the Blue Turtles". [Original Air Date: 03/07/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbDWuw6swbY&list=PLpeaulzvRx0o64hL3JGQn6h7p2_50b4BY&index=2By Jim Kovacik - George Wright Padgett
 
Episode 53: “Hostages will not be negotiated for beyond this point.” Jim & George tackle the Top 5 Prison Break movies of all time, while trying to secure an endorsement deal from the Sun Chip corporation. George confesses his fantasy dream job of Cheetos taster while Jim recalls his first experience of an authentic Texas Frito pie. Which two Sylve…
 
Jim & George listen and discuss Bruce Hornsby and the Range's 1986 debut album "The Way It Is". [Original Air Date: 02/28/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHjq52hFSKo&list=PL4XBIkvWRBX420UpfQ0NnbzRcJUoDBRdBBy Jim Kovacik - George Wright Padgett
 
Episode 52: “King Kong ain’t got s--t on this episode!” The boys debate the Top 5 roles performed by Denzel Washington and explore the possibility of AMERICAN GANGSTER being the spiritual sequel to 1995’s VIRTUOSITY. George reveals why he always plays the villain on the podcast while lambasting Jim for not viewing every moment of film/video committ…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George play The Mamas and the Papas' 1966 debut album "If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears". [Original Air Date: 02/21/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6m6bCDui8g&list=PLr6mgMANRNYefhMYHu68u0gvvvqmbOvjd…
 
Episode 51: “It’s like the Eeyore of construction equipment.” In this enhanced episode, our two heroes, Jim and George present the best commercials of the 2000s (the “Naughty Noughties") making it clear that Jim can’t read a calendar when he asks ‘Wazzup?’ The two delve into the second topic only to reveal that a fascination with the classic claw p…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George discuss Rush's 1981 landmark album Moving Pictures. [Original Air Date: 02/14/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Released February 12, 1981, The Bots celebrate the 40th anniversary of this landmark album! "Tom Sawyer," "Limelight," "YYZ," "Red Barchetta" are all featured on this LP. If you are a youngster r…
 
Episode 50: “This one is just kind of a free-for-all.” An unprecedented move from the home office in the future results in the guys only submitting their lists for a single topic this week in THE MOVIES THAT TIME FORGOT. Jim compares/contrasts the attributes of Days of Thunder vs. Days of Heaven, while George confesses to his brief participation as…
 
Episode 49: “A key point of that show was knocking over fruit stands with a car.” In this episode, Jim and George discuss their favorite TV theme songs and Best cars. Prepare to be astonished as Jim attempts to name all of the Herbie movies in sequential order, while George relays Herbie’s trippy backstory of slipping through a trans-dimensional po…
 
Episode 48: “When you out-crazy Tim Burton on a movie franchise, that’s sayin’ a lot.” In between Jim comparing every film made in the last 75 years to Citizen Kane, the boys discuss how an awful kid’s baseball movie united the world (if even in its utter disgust); they also debate which is worse, Super III or Superman IV: Quest for Peace. George r…
 
JANUARY 19, 2021 Episode 47: “ I thought we were doing animals for the topic; are we not doing animals?” Jim and George share their favorite television comedy skits, and discuss the best fantasy creatures. As a bonus Jim relays his connection to Pegasus as a young boy writing The Pantagraph Newspaper in Bloomington, Illinois. A special nod to Tom H…
 
Episode 46: "I can feel my IQ points going down just by listening to you talk about that!” Jim and George compare whom they consider the very best & worst sidekicks in movies, and admit to enjoying being the donkey boys of Pleasure Island. As a bonus, the guys offer to rewrite Ahmed Best’s resume to omit that one menacing role back in the 90s. ENHA…
 
CRISPY COATED ROBOTS LISTEN TO... Jim & George listen and discuss The Police's 1982 massive record SYNCHRONICITY. [Original Air Date: 01/10/21 on Houston Radio Platinum] Don't have the recording? Listen to it on YouTube for free here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBepyeFzytoBy Jim Kovacik - George Wright Padgett
 
Episode 45: "The expectations on a tortoise are so low." Jim and George start off Season Two with a big (Kiss Kiss Bang) Bang by discussing their favorite Robert Downey Jr. roles. Jim shares the horrifying account the brutal end of Shelly the family turtle, and what is difference between a turtle and tortoise . George Wright Padgett--"Water Moccasi…
 
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