Stunt Granny Audio #209

This week, it’s Jeremy and Dusty at the wheel for another hour-plus of fun and adventure. Dusty discusses his love for IQ lowering television shows and Burt Reynolds.  Jeremy believes that rednecks get a bad rap and are actually very intelligent and super resourceful people.  Jeremy expresses his extreme displeasure with the newest Spider Man movie, while Dusty ogles Mageina Tovah and gives props to David Herman and Artie Lange.  Somewhere in their meandering traipse through pop culture, the fearless duo even stop to talk some wrestling along the way. Is there anyone either of them would actually pay money to see, or buy merchandise for, or otherwise shell out any money for?  Dusty terrifies himself when realizing that half the wrestlers he would not change the channel for are in TNA right now. They both beat that dead horse good and deader with some talk about what should be done to actually improve the state of pro wrestling right now. And finally, they end with some talk of the latest mishap surrounding the Detroit Red Wings, because when you drive drunk, you should always be wearing a funny costume while doing so. And a whole lot more stuff gets talked about that they don’t even remember, so give it a listen or else the consequences will never be the same.

Stunt Granny Audio Show #209

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to play Hercules in new, exciting film

According to Prowrestling.net, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will play Hercules in an upcoming movie, “Hercules: The Thracian War,” directed by Brett Ratner, who directed the “Rush Hour” series as well as producing “Santa’s Slay,” starring Bill Goldberg. So he knows how to turn a steaming pile of shit into a silver-screen event.

You may also recognize the Hercules character from such mishaps as, well, “Hercules” (1964, with some foreign actor), “Hercules” (1983, with Lou Ferrigno), and, of course, Hercules. Even the 1997 Disney movie, “Hercules,” was a minor success at best (in spite of the casting of Bobcat Goldthwait, and despite the casting of Max Headroom). So keep an eye out for this new flick about whatever the Thracian War was on the $5 shelf at your nearby Target. -Eric

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