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Episode 65: Mike and Tom Eat Snacks
Chicken in a Biskit
Mike and Tom Eat SnacksMike and Tom Eat Snacks

Mike and Tom Eat Snacks #65: Chicken in a Biskit

Listen to find out whether or not Mike and Tom like this week’s snack!

This week’s music: Impaled Peach – “Moss”

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  1. ablestmage says:

    How much of this show is filler and swearing? I was going to share this episode with my friends after liking several other Nerdist podcasts, but the swearing is almost entirely the reason I didn’t — especially for such a kid-friendly topic. They don’t even start talking about the CIAB until like 13 minutes in! This show is hideous. Rage quit.

  2. Aimee says:

    If you want amazing! Eat the Chicken in a Biskit cracker with buffalo chicken dip!

  3. By the way, the full version of “Moss” can be heard here:

  4. Thanks for using my track, guys. I’ve been listening to your podcast since almost the beginning, so this is the least you could do to repay me for my time.

  5. Courtney says:

    This was literally one of my favorite foods as a kid. I used to lick all the crackers and put them back in the box. Needless to say, I was the only one in the house eating Chicken in a Biscuit.

  6. Stacey E says:

    Can’t the link used to download this be labelled as episode 65, rather than what it’s going to be? I thought we were supposed to discover the secret snack at the end. Let me guess, this one is about Chicken in a Biscuit, right? Damn it.
    Some of us purposely don’t subscribe to itunes, given that all the relevant podcasts can be downloaded directly from their given websites. And who the hell wants to memorize yet another set of passwords and user names… “for corn’s sake”.

  7. ana says:

    Impaled Peach “Moss”.. I like! Very lovely sound, reminds me a little of Elliott Smith. And the podcast was delightful as always.