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On this page, you will find everything you need to fully enjoy the newest podcast revolution, Live from the ManCave!!! For each bi-monthly Episode, we will post the Podcast and Bonus Features. Here's what they mean:

Podcast: The actual Episodes can be played or downloaded directly from these posts. Also included is a short synopsis and a "jacket photo."

Bonus Features: These posts contain links to interesting video, audio, articles, etc., that we referenced in, or are relevant to, the Episode.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Episode Six - Bonus Features

In Episode Six, we ring in the New Year ManCave-style! First off, we do a bunch of ManCave Resolutions while drinking the official "ManCave Champagne of the Show," called Zardetto Prosecco. It's pretty terrible. Please, don't blame us. Blame Tim. He sucks at his job.

Next, we kick off our first-ever "ManCave Awards Show!" If you like the lead-in song, here's some more info. They are called Karmin, and you can follow them on Twitter at @KarminMusic. They have a bunch of songs and links you can check out. Let us know what you think at

He really does love him.

Now back to the Awards Show. As you will see, we  circle back to many of our Award-winners with some well-placed clips for your enjoyment. One of those clips is an incredible remix of Charlie Sheen's interview, which you can find a link to here and even download for free. We also cannot recommend Wilfred enough. How awesome does this look?

(App) 79 mins 
(R) 84 mins
Our Movie Review segment includes a full-spoiler discussion on "Quicksand" and "Rare Exports", which is probably the first time you've ever heard of either. For your information, "Quicksand" is a 1950 film noir, and "Rare Exports" is a brand new Christmas classic. Check them out first, then listen to our review and discussion in Episode Six. 

Let us know what you think at Seriously, we want to know!

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Oh, and for the high-brow intelligent types among our listeners, to find out more about SOPA and PIPA, as well as the multinational ACTA, take a look here. Are we right to be afraid? We think so. But maybe we're just paranoid drunks. It's very possible.

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