Unlimited Lives! Episode 21: Candy Crush Addiction
- The Gang catches up on Mary’s lack of gaming this week, TJ’s abnormal love of kid’s games and Jason’s new obsession with Candy Crush.
- Then Mary Iampietro brings the latest scoops for “Totally Real Video Game News” and TJ Del Reno reviews “Blood Warriorz: Tower of the Bleeding Ancientz”.
- Finally Jason hosts the “Puzzle Game Game Show” to test your knowledge on his favorite Tetris wannabes.
Unlimited Lives! is a video-game comedy show on Sirius XM UCB Radio Channel 406. Hosted by Jason Saenz, TJ Del Reno, Mary Iampietro. Produced by Jason Shebiro.
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Have we talked about CANDY CRUSH YET? Because I could talk about it for hours and do on this latest episode of Unlimited Lives.
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By now, you’ve likely heard about Henry Gribbohm, the New Hampshire man who lost his $2,600 life savings trying to win an X-Box at a (potentially rigged) carnival game. For his misfortune, Henry did take home a consolation prize: A giant stuffed banana with dreadlocks.
We here at CollegeHumor were so touched by this story – and also, we really want that giant banana with dreadlocks – that we’ve decided to launch a campaign to buy back Henry’s banana for the exact cost of the life savings he lost. Here’s Streeter to explain.
Let’s get this guy his goddamn money even though he is a completely ridiculous person with no self control! It’ll be fun for College Humor to have this banana at the very least.
I can not even handle this picture right now. Also, this banana is clearly worth more than $2,600. College Humor is just looking to score a rare Rastanana on the cheap. I’m not falling for it.
ROAD TO ROSWELL LIVE!
Here’s the footage from the 30 minute sketch show I put up at UCB. I’m so happy with how it came out. It was everything I hoped it would be - fun and cool and goofy and under 30 minutes. I got a lot of great feedback from people but what I was most proud of is that people just got it. I was able to get across the vision across that had been in my head for so long and that’s pretty neat.
Check it out if you have 30 minutes which I know you do because “summer is coming” and show seasons are ending.
This is one of the funniest episodes we’ve ever done. If you haven’t listened to our show yet, start here! And then go back and catch up, ya dummies! It’s on iTunes. Put this shit in your phones, right now.
Unlimited Lives! Episode 18: The Pause Screen
The Gang talks about Tomb Raider, women in video games, play the “Pause Screen” game show and reminisce about the hey-day of entertainment centers (weren’t they stupid?)
Unlimited Lives! is a video-game comedy show on Sirius XM, UCB Radio 406. Hosted by Jason Saenz, TJ Del Reno, Mary Iampietro. Produced by Jason Shebiro.
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A sketch from our latest episode.
EA SPORTS: Professional Disc Golf Association ‘13
Written by : Mary Iampietro
Voice by: TJ Del Reno
I would play this game.
This sketch also features a list of names I am VERY proud of.
I can’t tell you how excited I am to see this show on the calendar. It took me two years to write. One of those years I spent just ruminating about how I wanted to put something up but I didn’t know what it would be or if it would be any good or if I could even do it. Then 6 months of a year was spent forgetting about it and figuring it would never happen. And then the remaining 6 months was spent really kicking ass and nailing down the show I wanted to do and getting a good cast together and finally submitting.
I can’t express how proud I am to be putting up this show. I really wrote the show I wanted to write. I wrote something that I’d be happy to go see.
If you know me, you know I love cheesy action movies and the X-Files and video games and Big Trouble in Little China and Repo Man and bar fights. Well maybe not the bar fights part, but I love them. And this show has all of that. It’s an ode to all things cult and action. And it’s based on the Pixies song Motorway to Roswell. I think you’re really going to like it.
So please make a reservation today because I don’t want to hear “I forgot about it” or “I’m doing this thing” a month from now. And I’ll definitely be going to see Pain & Gain at midnight afterward so it’s going to be a fun night.
You can make reservations here: http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/performances/view/27421
Who cares about St. Patrick’s Day? Today is Kurt Russell’s birthday!
Happy 62, Jack!