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Unfunny Nerd Tangent is recorded before a live studio audience.
Tim: Snootchie bootchies, little nootchies!
Greig: G’day, mates! Throw another shrimp on the barbie! EDIT: It’s PRAWN, Tim. Not shrimp. PRAWN!
Jared: [withering scowl]
Tim: That’s right, Jared. I can’t believe we made it to 69 episodes.
Greig: Niiiiiiiice. And isn’t it your birthday, ya old c@%#?
Tim: Whoa, we can’t say that word on television here in America. But yes, Greig. It’s my 37TH BIRTHDAY!
Greig: In a row? I think that means we have to talk about our hero, Kevin Smith’s breakthrough indie debut, Clerks.
Tim: We already covered that back in Episode 37, our definitive ranking of all Kevin Smith’s movies. Even Tusk. Instead, let’s talk about one of my favorite things Kevin Smith has ever done — Clerks: The Animated Series!
Greig: Never saw it.
Tim: You mean you missed the two episodes ABC aired out of sequence in the summer of 2000, the ones I recorded on VHS, memorized and quoted ad nauseam to my friends, family and random passersby? The remaining four episodes that I had to wait an agonizing 9 months to see on DVD? The ultimate adventures of Dante, Randal, Jay and Silent Bob and their friend Lando? The show that did Bad News Bears, The Last Starfighter and Temple of Doom in the SAME EPISODE? The show that featured the voice talents of Alec Baldwin, Bryan Cranston, Michael McKean, Gilbert Gottfried and Phoenix Suns legend Charles Barkley?
Jared: [snores gently]
Tim: I hate this place.