The first videocast in a while, WTR took to the airwaves to deliver our usual non-sequitors, beginning with trying to decide what to call the new big-screen tv Tim Stein acquired the week previously after doing some fence work.
Talk turned to the new DIVA title belt, Michelle McCool, and her relationship with The Undertaker, and McCool’s match against Natalya Neidhart at the last PPV, where Nattie carried Michelle for the entire match, only to be forced to have to submit to a really weak ankle-lock.
We talked about Chris Jericho, John Cena and Cryme Time, JBL, and more. Check it out now!
It was 90’s Night on OTL, when The Spug Guy and Omega decided to dive in to 90’s with talk about everything 90’s. From Batman The Animated Series to South Park and everything in between. Also TK of TK’s Tirade joined the program to talk all things Power Rangers. Listen to the show full of tangents with 90’s talk mixed in on this week’s OTL.
On Saturday August 16th, 2008, the Final Edition of Across the Field aired live from Marion County International Race Way in Larue, Ohio with The Spug Guy and Cerny. In the final two hours of the broadcast covered Ohio States Football, the hype of the Olympics and Michael Phelps. Also Dennis Salzwimmer of the G.I.N.F.C.C. joined the program to talk about the funny car races that were taking place that evening. Also, because his ego cant get any bigger, TK joined the chat after getting lost on the BFE of Ohio and missed his date. Check out all of the excitement of the final edition of Across The Field.
It’s 80s night on OTL! Omega and Spug dive into nostalgia as they discuss their favorite cartoons and movies, the revolutionary video games, and all the things that made the decade the renaissance age for geekdom. And it finally happened. Find out what Omega said that completely shut down Spug’s brain!
This week’s Otaku Talk Live focused on the Japanese version of animation, Anime, the best series the hosts know of (Omega knows a lot more than Spug), and the series and cliches to avoid. Listen as Spug goes off about hentai (surprise!) and Omega explains why the one show everyone knows of, Dragonball Z, is not a good series.
A few weeks ago Omega and Spug went through the top 20 Ultimate Superheroes, Super Villains, and Super Vixens shows that aired on Bravo, and to say they disagreed with many of the choices is akin to calling the Atlantic Ocean “damp”. So the two presented their own top 10 lists, and bullets began to fly! What caused one of our hosts to walk off in the middle of the broadcast?!
Finally podcasted for your listening pleasure is the premiere edition of Anything Goes with Tim Stein!
This episode relates the true story of the real Headless Horseman of South Texas. A real-life ghost story bred out of superstition, fear, and theft, Stein takes you on a macabre ride of intrigue and suspense. Who was this Horseman? Where did he come from? What happened to him? Listen now if you missed it live and all these answers and more will be answered fully!
Joining Tim Stein this week is the host of Monday Night Mayhem, The Big Mosh.
The two start talking about the past week in wrestling and preview the upcoming WWE Great American Bash pay per view until the show becomes “PlugfestAPalooza” for the Mayhem, until Spug finally shows up and helps to right the ship.
A “late” edition of Wrestle Talk Radio, this show aired approximately 90 minutes late and began with an explanation/rant for the late start.
Tim and Omega break down the week in wrestling news in the absense of both Spug and Internet Dave, and just have a bit of fun with the show. Talk of the latest pay per view and the WWE draft peppered the show in its entirety.
Just a few days after the event, Omega tells the story of his first ever anime convention. Hear about the Power Ranger who became a brutal killer (and still a hero!), what happens when two samurai take over a ballroom, and his encounter with the one and only Scott McNeil and just why a green and pink fangirl stuck a cucumber into his face.