The show notes...
- 'Twas a dark and stormy night
- Ric's dropping some science
- Wardrobe malfunctions at the Super Bowl (Janet Jackson, Pete Townshend)
- Super Bowl has older halftime acts every year
- All movies use fish-out-of-water premise
- On TV shows, star always has a wacky neighbor
- Dube's Principle of Ballistic Karma: 'splosions only get the bad guy
- Slow motion is a key indicator
- "Dolls should never be seen outdoors"
- Kumar: A-Team Principle of Ammo Dispersement
- That background noise is rain pounding on the windows
- '80s action shows always have bad guy's car flying off a ramp
- Dube's Principle of Unadvanced Technology
- Glasses are always a prop
- Ric's 5th grade teacher was disgusting
- Computers in TV shows or movies are totally unrealistic
- Things Ric wants to do someday: Guess someone's password from trivial fact about person
- Kumar: The Principle of Hard Rock Album Progression
- Artists always say the new album is way better than the previous one
- Every celeb thinks he or she can write a children's book
- Bonehead of the Week
- The New Pornographers - Your Hands (Together)
- Broken Social Scene - World Sick
- Black Rebel Motorcyle Club - Conscience Killer
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The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Find out more about Senor Breitling at his fine music blogs Clicky Clicky and Keeping Some Dark Secrets. Additional music used in the show is by Me and Boris the Bull, which is the brainchild of the mighty Mark Campbell. Thanks to Bob Durling for the album art; find out more about his photography at his blog.
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