Podtoid 261: The Artistic Integrity of Aqua - destructoid

Podtoid 261: The Artistic Integrity of Aqua

11:00 AM on 07.18.2013

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Podtoid hits the Destructoid frontpage every Thursday!

It's a shorter Podtoid this week, but we pack a lot of those ca-RAZY belly laffs into the party. We get not one, but TWO Gordon Ramsay television pitches. We get not one, but TWO Willem Dafoe movie pitches. We get to hear about how Jonathan Holmes saved a man from jail. We get to hear criticism of the 1985 Transformers movie far too long after the fact. We get to hear about fans sending in dick pics. It's amazing!

There's also some chat regarding Dynasty Warriors 8, and why the ladies love themselves some Sengoku Basara. Oh God, it's ALL TOO GOOD!

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