Sometimes it just takes one word. That's when the smooth-running train simply falls off its tracks.
The Netflix anime of the ever-popular Castlevania game has turned this week's show topsy-turvy. In it, NinJaSistah actually spoils something, but Pandalicious doesn't.
When was the last time you put in a 100-hour week for your job? Awww, come on now. You know you've done it.
Panda and Ninja love to buy things. When they go to the mall, it's hard to keep them out of the stores that offer those little knick knacks that make the day go a little better.
Free is such a magical word, isn't it? It invokes such hopeful things.
Ninja and Panda head for opposite coasts, so you're all in for another week of an exciting new clip show. New clip show? That's right. It's stuff you haven't heard before.
Ninja knows what she's good at. And she knows what she isn't good at. If she's not very good at certain types of video game, she stays plumb away from them.
As a famouse poem says, "there is no joy in Mudville". But this week's story has nothing to do with baseball. It has to do with a video game development company.
Ten Dragon Quest games have come and gone, but it took the eleventh one to finally attract Pandalicious.
Early on in this week's show, Ninja says the prophetic words, "Our video game and anime podcast has turned into a film and superhero podcast." The comment shows just how much the wheels flew off of the thing.