Episode 20 – From music to movies, news to NILFs – it’s the best (and worst) of the Noughties!

24/09/2009

We’re back after our six-week summer holiday, and seeing as it’s practically 2010 already, we’ve decided to get ahead of the game by discussing the best (and baddest) bits of the Noughties.

***Click here to listen to Bullshit Bingo Episode 20!***

So brace yourselves for our favourite TV shows – for example, this slice of documentary genius from Adam Curtis:

…our musical magic moments – for example, this slice of bastardisatio…er, I mean genius from Missy Elliot and Joy Division:

…and our political highs and lows – for example, this slice of reactionary rhetoric from George Bush (at least we think it’s George Bush…).

Last but not least, we couldn’t talk about anything – least of all the Noughties – without giving it an ILF, so with that in mind, feast your ears and eyes on this little lot (if the BSB team really are gentlemen – which is debatable – then we would appear to prefer brunettes):

Audrey Tatou

Brooke Burke

Teri Hatcher

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One Response to “Episode 20 – From music to movies, news to NILFs – it’s the best (and worst) of the Noughties!”

  1. bingotom Says:

    Hot of the presses, here is the top ten Noughties film list of Torsten, one of our regular listeners. In no particular order (and I quote):

    -The Dark Knight
    -Memento
    -The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (not the other two though)
    -Das Leben der Anderen (for those of you who don’t speak German, The Lives of Others)
    -Gran Torino
    -The Wrestler
    -Oldboy (probably the one that impressed me most)
    -Million Dollar Baby
    -Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    -Låt den rätte komma in (for those of you who don’t speak Swedish, Let the Right One In)
    -Serenity
    -El laberinto del fauno (for those of you etc., Pan’s Labyrinth)
    -The Incredibles
    -Brick
    -Walk the line

    Torsten also says that his biggest cinematic disappointments were the Matrix 2+3, and his favourite Noughties albums were “Tallahassee” by the Mountain Goats, “Mink Car” by They Might be Giants and parts of “The
    Eminem Show”.


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