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The GribCast

Join the Gribshnobler as he and his friends geek out about movies, music, books, animation, and whatever else they feel like, supplemented with music by himself and others.

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Dec 11, 2017

Now that his laptop has been repaired The Gribshnobler has finally returned with another 1980s cartoon commentary.  Bo-Flex, Bungle NoFace, and Flounder Toehead McGee join him for a viewing of an episode of G. I. Joe - Once Upon a Joe.

Note: This episode has an explicit rating for some language and obnoxious humor


Apr 29, 2017

The Gribshnobler is joined again by Bungle NoClass, Bo-Flex, and Flounder Toehead McGee for commentary and discussion of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode Usagi Yojimbo, part 3 of our 1980s cartoon series.  We pay some respect to TMNT writer David Wise, call back to our Marvelous Misadventures of...

Mar 25, 2017

In the 2nd installment of our series of 80s cartoon commentaries, The Gribshnobler is joined again by The Contrarian, Bo-Flex, Flounder Toehead McGee, and Bungle NoFeet, for a viewing of Mario Meets Koopzilla, an episode of the video game based cartoon The Super Mario Bros. Super Show.  Plus the unveiling of a new (old)...

Feb 5, 2017

In this installment of We Watch Too Many Cartoons The Gribshnobler is joined by The Contrarian, Bungle NoFace, and newcomers Flounder Toehead McGee and Bo-Flex.  This is the first of a 5 episode series in which we watch episodes of 1980s (80s, eighties) cartoons.  We start with a commentary for The Contrarian's pick The...

Aug 28, 2016

The Gribshnobler, The Contrarian, & The Great Niccolini react to a recent viewing of the R-rated, computer animated film, Sausage Party.  Also included are two songs by Myrtle Beach band Sons of Atom.

Notes: this episode has an explicit tag for some language and because of the content of the film discussed, and there...