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In this week's episode, we really try to find some joy in the 1999 teen horror comedy "Idle Hands." One one hand (pun FULLY intended) it does have podcast-favorite Seth Green, but on the other hand it also has no plot. Other topics for your consideration include: greasy teens, weed as a superhero, an odd medium for songwriting, how much Sublime is too much Sublime (answer: any amount of Sublime is too much Sublime) and a visit from our old friend "Dragula."Man we do love Seth Green, though. Check out Episode 61- "Krampus," Episode 97- "IT," Episode 102- "Holidays," and his crowning achievement of Kenny Fisher in Episode 269- "Can't Hardly Wait."
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