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I’m not sure if many of you Juggalos were aware (I know I wasn’t) that there has been some controversial shit making it’s way around the internet somewhat recently involving Nova Rockafeller, her boyfriend Tom MacDonald and Violent J. I know, right? What the fuck?
I’m not gonna go over every detail of what happened as it’s a personal matter for the most part, but the situation has definitely become very public.
On the most recent episode of Replicon Radio those ninjas interviewed Syn from Zug Izland. Syn speaks on the next Promised Land albums to drop, his Rick on a Stick idea, his record label and even does a little big of singing.
They also get a surprise call from Scum and Liquid Assassin and get the down low on some LSP releases and events happening later this year.
The controversy involving Violent J comes it at the end of the episode around the 3:25:00 mark. Nova’s boyfriend Tom, who is also part of a new musical duo with Nova called GFBF, calls in and explains everything.
I’m not gonna give anymore details. You can listen to the episode by CLICKING HERE or check out the player below.
Check out the next episode of Replicon Radio this Monday, May 1st from 6pm-10pm Central. These ninjas will be interviewing Kung Fu Vampire. Also, Vinnie the ICP Kid will be calling in to give his review of the first ever Dark Carnival Games Convention.
THERE was one truly jaw-dropping moment in McDonald & Dodds, ITV’s latest detective double act drama. Is £2,000 really what it costs for overnight, ahem, extras with a gentleman ‘escort’ in a Gloucester hotel? I’m seriously in the wrong job.
The fact that pondering this snippet of (as it turned out) fairly irrelevant plot twist information distracted me for a good five minutes was a pretty strong indication that the case at the centre of this latest variation on the chalk and cheese cop routine did not exactly have me in its grip.
This was not the fault of Tala Gouveia and Jason Watkins, the M&D of the operation. Given what they had to work with — Watkins as a shambling DS underling with unsuspected powers of cunning, Gouveia as a brash, big city know-it-all DI pitching up in the provinces (it’s set in Bath, a fact mentioned at five-minute intervals) — the pair of them had an endearing odd-couple chemistry.
But that’s not enough when the story so transparently gave away the bad guy at the beginning, leaving us with 90 minutes to crawl our way to the reveal. However appealing the central cop relationship, you need a sense of jeopardy to spark things off but, in this opening story about a rich family’s dysfunctional rivalries, you could see the twists coming from a mile away. And I’m rubbish at sleuthing.
There was a running joke about a ‘penguin falcon’ that made no sense, given its perpetrator, the shoot-from-the-lip DI McDonald, is supposed to be the sharpest operator in the room.
And some of the dialogue — can you imagine anyone, ever, saying ‘We’re nice, vanilla middle-class people. We go glamping’? — was grade-A cardboard.
Yet there is potential here: Watkins, who never gives a bad performance, and Gouveia have the makings of a winning team. But as a drama, McDonald & Dodds needs to decide whether it wants to be Midsomer Murders or Endeavour, rather than an unholy mishmash of the two.