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FEaB #15: Roasted Chicken

The boys are back with something described (by them) thusly: “Scott gets up in a chicken while Matt turns his back on a fat cow.” Uh…huh.

Art by Dana Lechtenberg, naturally.


  1. Josh says:

    Gus’ Blueberry on Pysch, Micheal’s Mustang on Burn Notice

  2. phil healy says:

    Matt have you seen this.
    Love all the stuff you do.

  3. bob says:

    where is the next episode? it has been a long time right?

  4. luckymustard says:

    If next time it would be four eyes and two beards, then technically this whole time it should have been six eyes and beard.
    Love the show!

  5. Kenny Majewski says:

    From the Supernatural Wikipedia page:

    “Growing up, Eric Kripke connected to television shows that had signature cars, such as The Dukes of Hazzard and Knight Rider. This prompted him to include one in Supernatural.”

  6. Kenny Majewski says:

    Don’t blame you for not thinking of it, as I don’t really know anybody who watches it, but Supernatural is a show with a signature car: Dean’s ’67 Chevy Impala.

  7. romtin says:

    I dunno if it counts but the trans am from Good Guys was featured pretty often. Nothing too bizarre about it except the removable radio attached to Dan’s keys.

    Oh and I second Supernatural and that impala .

    Thx for the episode, guys. Super funny as always.

  8. Clyde says:

    That artwork is creeping me out.

  9. LeGoon says:

    What about “Stingray” (1985)? (not the Gerry Anderson puppet one) the NBC series starring Nick Macuso, it had an epic intro plus it was produced by Stephen j Cannell, so you know it was quality.

  10. Evan says:

    What about Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters?

    I can hear the siren in my head right now…weeeeweerrrrrrr!

  11. joe says:

    A great show where the car is a prominent character: supernatural. They drive a 1967 Chevy Impala. Its a sweet ride.

  12. Great artwork, as per usual. But, if Matt keeps the beard growing, does that mean more work for Dana Lechtenberg?