I was going to write about Fallout 4 right now and how it's both amazing and infuriating (the amount that you need to figure out on your own with no instructions is absolutely bananas), but I swear, this topic is so overly examined and explained, I really wouldn't be able to bring anything to the conversation other than the game is addictive and I both love and loathe it.
So, since I'm not talking about Fallout 4, I thought I'd talk about my latest podcast obsession, which I'm sure just as many people have spoken about, but whatever, this is happening anyway. "My Brother, My Brother and Me" is an advice show for the modern era starring the McElroy brothers, Justin, Travis and Griffin. It lives on the Maximum Fun Network so you already know you're in for a good time.
If you've somehow missed this podcast, rectify that situation immediately. The brothers take questions from fans and Yahoo Answers (more often than not, ridiculous ones) and give their take on the problems raised. If you need convincing, most often the answers dissolve into complete nonsense and hilarity:
The brothers are fun to take on commutes, when you look like a crazy person for laughing to yourself.
A fun fact is that the McElroy bros are going to be teaming up with the boys from "The Worst Idea of All Time" to bring us "Til Death Do Us Blart", a podcast that will occur every year on American Thanksgiving, where the guys will watch Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. It's gonna be epic y'all.
So if you're looking for some fun and frivolity, and get a weird amount of insight into Carly Rae Jepsen's brilliance and America's Next Top Model, check out MBMBAM, wherever podcasts are sold.