Touché El Douché

Ted L. Dewshay was born in a small wood cabin (twice) in a time when such achievements were not taken lightly, but orally.  Taken to the streets rather than be from them, the vistas widened as L-Dew grew out of a desperate need to age, each year giving himself a sillier nickname.  Seventy two hundred thirty million years later, and just when you thought it was safe to go surfing on a black hole, the remains of this man, who crawled through space to get there, are re-assembled through the cosmos as audio wave forms, and when the head-hurtingly loud pierce screams are re-interpreted by our conscience here in what we jokingly call 'modern day,' it sounds less like a Throbbing Gristle outtake and more like three guys talking about movies and politics.  Key word: 'like.'

Hosted by: James Edward Williams • Shawn McBee • Trevor Thompson

Produced by: Trevor Thompson

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TED Episode 129: Some Kind of Retard

Released on Wednesday, June 21st 2017 @ 9:27AM

Shawn, Trevor and Jimie start with a voicemail from Patrick Duffy, which leads to old radio stories and then Trevor talks about last Thursday when he got booed on stage.  Also, wood on cars?

After the break, the guys discuss seeing Tori Amos live in concert, the science (or lack thereof) at the end of Back to the Future Part Two and then they get into a discussion about science vs. religion.


TED Episode 128: Pick a Race Card

Released on Wednesday, June 14th 2017 @ 11:39AM

Shawn listens as Trevor and Jimie break down how Ice Cube is full of shit for not defending Bill Maher’s house nigger joke, and then the gang discuss another comedian who shouldn’t have apologized: Kathy Griffin.

Then on the flip side, we get some brief Hollywood history with a discussion about the ‘Wilhelm Scream’ and then the show ends with news that Bill Cosby’s lawyer, six minutes into the trial, was basically like, ‘fuck it.’


TED No Show 13 - You Can't Blame Country For This

Released on Wednesday, June 7th 2017 @ 12:56PM

The show starts with Shawn apparently forgetting that these No Shows are recorded ‘in a void’ because he starts talking about Trump news which was current weeks ago when this was recorded, but by now sounds positively retro.  Then they talk about that one
time Shawn got high and suggest he might again for the show.

Then, after the break, Shawn talks about his sister’s drug problems which somehow segues into discussing different types of blow jobs and at the end the gang learn how every new country song is exactly the same.  Exactly.


TED Episode 127: This Week Will Inherit the Mirth

Released on Wednesday, May 31st 2017 @ 1:14PM

Let’s skip the pleasantries, Lieutenant.  Give me the report.


TED Episode 126: Well To Do

Released on Wednesday, May 24th 2017 @ 10:16AM

This week has been wrought with death and nastiness, and in their usual way, the gang spend all of maybe four minutes discussing it before segueing into their usual routine of crapping on each other and everyone.

They talk about Sucker Punch, Shawn losing the house he was going to buy, his totally awesome Blade Runner gun and at the end, Trevor talks about losing a friend on Facebook because he said terrorists aren't cowardly.


TED Episode 125: Adorable and Delicious!

Released on Wednesday, May 17th 2017 @ 9:50AM

So Shawn lets the show go on for ten seconds before talking about Comey’s firing and the likelihood that Trump will be impeached.  Then the guys talk about Chris Elliott, Galaxy Quest and what they would each do if they won the lottery (totally not hack!!).

On Side 2, SBAT (Shorty, Blacky and Tits... write it down) talk about drummers, Axl Rose performing with AC/DC in a cast, Wesley Snipes’s tax dodging and hopes for a good Janis Joplin movie.


TED Episode 124: Romans Are the New Spearchuckers

Released on Wednesday, May 10th 2017 @ 1:24PM

Mike Jenkins from Prime joins us for a conversation about how very old we all are, Trevor’s drunk antics on Prime, Jimie’s bad profile picture on this infographic, and then Jimie’s family troubles.

After the break it doesn’t get any better.  Shawn got fired from The Walking Dead, Trevor got dumped (but doesn’t talk about it) and at the end, there’s a minute or two about Key and Peele being coons before Trevor brings up Insane Clown Posse’s song about killing Jimie, prompting him to tell the story to an astonished Mike.


TED Episode 123: The Nth Word Debate

Released on Wednesday, May 3rd 2017 @ 10:14AM

This week is something out of form for the podcast; a look back.  Shawn and Jimie are out of the studio, leaving Trevor to reflect on ‘The Great Debate,’ a discussion from 2015 about ‘Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs.’

This episode was foundational, as well as rare.  Animation history goes up against modern sensitivity on this week’s.... thing.


TED Episode 122: You Can't Do That On Podcasting

Released on Tuesday, April 25th 2017 @ 10:40PM

The gang celebrate their 122nd episode and their debut on Rogue Intel by talking about things with microphones in front of their face holes.  There's some discussion about what is appropriate, and then a celebration of all that is not.  Also, there's something in there about Rod Schneider and Sylvester Stallone doing movies together (with Stallone being funnier in both).


TED Episode 121 - Rogue One Intel Zero

Released on Wednesday, April 19th 2017 @ 11:11AM

Alright fuckers, time to start taking this shit seriously. We are auditioning to get on to Rogue Intel, and submitting this episode to them. Knowing full well that the staff and podcasters on Rogue will be voting based on this episode, Shawn, Trevor and Jimie ramble on about the following things: Actors that played superheroes who kept their suit, the house that Shawn's trying to buy, negative reactions to Amy Schumer’s new Netflix special, and then after the break, there are two searches: one for a daft cunt, and the other for a connection with Frank.


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