Podcast: The Demented Encyclopedia #9 - The One With References (Animation: Part 2).

This is our longest episode yet; it's even longer than our first episode. So I hope you have plenty of time, because unlike episode 1, this one isn't long because of Reality Round-Up. Our main topic this time deals with Animated TV shows from our childhoods up through now. We split the main topic into categories: "Childhood," which are the shows we watched primarily from birth through roughly 5th grade; "Jr. High - High School," which are shows we watched around roughly ages 11-18; and "More Current," which is everything we were into after that. Granted, there is a 5-year age difference between Travis and I, so there are a few variations one what shows fit under which sections (and Travis, being only almost 19, doesn't have much of a difference between the latter 2 sections). But it's a lengthy discussion, as well as a very nostalgic discussion.

Not to mention there are quite a few drinking games you could probably pick up while listening.

Then there's a short segment of Reality Round-Up followed by a couple Recommendations. Travis pretty straight-forwardly recommends Iron Man 2, while I recommend TeamFourStar's Dragonball Z Abridged. Finally, we end with our Mono-Dia-logues of the Week. And here's the video of what I actually did for mine:

Anywho, here's the player for the episode:

Thanks goes out to Kevin MacLeod's Imcompetech Website for the music. As always, you can use the player above to listen to the podcast, or you can search iTunes, where we are also available for download. The earlier episodes are being removed from the player for space, but you can still always download them on iTunes. Also, please become a Fan on Facebook... then you can give us your input for the podcast and will probably end up on the show during the D-Bag segment. But as for now... enjoy!


  1. I'm still not finished with this episode.

    My verification word is "demon." Think of that what you will.

  2. I'm mid-listen now. I have decided to comment on your blog rather that travis' this week. This is because of your support for Shyamalan. Travis "everything-after-signs-is-rubbish...". Not true. My personal favourite and your support for Lady in the Water, if anything, shows how diverse and accessible his films are. I am incredibly excited about Airbender - though the title stinks.

    Alot of the shows I haven't seen - and I am suprised you know the 'entire series' of certain cartoons - i just dip in and out of cartoons. Cow and Chicken though, was great.

    Anyhooo. Im still only halfway through so, i may comment again if anything comes up...



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