105. The Sum 41 Hour of Power

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The Sum 41 special is finally here, and its dedicated it in it’s entirety to Amanda. If you’re anyone other than the Queen herself, please stop reading now. The guys can’t help but compare Sum 41 to Blink-182, which leads to a lengthy discussion on can they be compared, and more importantly, SHOULD they be compared. They then blew open a conspiracy about the bedrock in Ajax, Ontario possibly being too high to support inground pools, leading Zach to believe that the music video for In Too Deep was shot out of the country, and if true, can the band be trusted? Are they even Canadian? Who am I?

104. Post-Egyptian Rock Christmas Ballads

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We were born into the worst era of music, and our 00-10s Christmas music playlist is the final nail in the coffin on that argument. The guys discuss what Google claims are the most notable songs from the decade, and throw in a few of their favorites as well.

103. The Click Five: Monsters of Power Pop, An Oral History of "Just the Girl"

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The Click Five was an anomaly that needed to be discussed on this show at some point. The research from this episode lead the guys to the discovery of a legendary song writer Adam Schlesinger, a hero from the early 2000s who’s had a strong hand in several of our favorite songs from the era. The episode gets really fun with an embarrassingly in depth analysis of the music video, as well as the lyrics for the breakout (and only) hit, Just the Girl.