Podcast: Badassic Park Featuring Hitler & The Chocolate Factory

Posted by on September 21st, 2011

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A feral child in the woods of Germany lead the Gang into a rousing conversation that eventually ends with Hitler running a magical chocolate factory. Brian is tasked with stocking a new theme park with the most deadly animals on the planet, his choice for an apex predator leaves much to be desired. Justin justifies his belief in elves.

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8 Responses to “Podcast: Badassic Park Featuring Hitler & The Chocolate Factory”

  1. Krister Says:

    Great episode, and for more information about the elves in Iceland:

    Building in Iceland? Better Clear It With the Elves First

  2. Jaye Sunsurn Says:

    A person told me a joke about the forests of Iceland. What do you do when you’re lost in a forest in Iceland?  Stand up. “Trees” if they can be called that in Iceland don’t grow very tall.

  3. Random Person Says:

    BTW Brian, that movie you were talking about, it’s based off a book. I’m not sure if they kept the name the same bu the book’s name was The Wave and it’s about a teacher who starts sort of a cult with the students and blah blah blah violence blah blah blah Hitler.

  4. Holomew Says:

    How many cliche sayings in the first ten minutes? About six. 🙁

  5. JustinRYoung Says:

    That’s the way the cookie crumbles…

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Guys. By which I mean Brian. 

    More than half of U.S. Americans believe in angels. That’s right. Angels. 


    Keep that in mind the next time you go after Iceland. 



    in Sweden

  7. Arty Says:

    The movie you were talking about is called “The Wave” (Die Welle), there’s a book too, but it is based on a true story.
    For those of you who haven’t seen it, it’s the story of a school teacher in modern day Germany who decides to prove his students that things like the nazi party could very well happen again. He starts by making some simple rules for those who want to participate, but in a few weeks, things blow completely out proportion.
    I highly recommend you watch it.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Six cliches in ten minutes? That’s weird.