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Episode 49: Today We Learned
Roger Black and Waco O'Guin
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Today We Learned #49: Roger Black and Waco O’Guin

Who is James Bond named for? What in the world is snipe hunting? Where did the Magic 8-Ball come from? Reply hazy, try again later. In the meantime, Razzle sits down with Brickleberry creators Roger Black and Waco O’Guin at San Diego Comic-Con to search for the answers to all of these and more.

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  1. Nich Hustler says:

    Also apparently Nerdist comments no longer accept paragraph spaces…

  2. Nich Hustler says:

    The one prank mentioned on here reminded me of this time I had some 13 okes from a metal band camping out at my house over the new year period. Well there were a couple girls too. 

    Anyway, they had this game they would play calle Die Leeu (pr: dee lee you), which is Afrikaans for The Lion. Basically they would go out drinking every night and the first one to pass out would get Die Leeu, which basically involved another member of the band pulling down his pants and then just placing his bum hole on the guys nose and give it a good rub till the passed out guy wakes up screaming and has a shitty face. All while 11 other people, at least, laugh at him. 

    It was… interesting…