In the internet mob justice system, thought crimes are considered especially heinous. On the internet, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Thought Cops. These are their stories.
We also share our thoughts on the Oscars, Brooklyn Barbecue taking over the world, McDonald’s flipping its logo upside down because Wario took over the company, Tupac being boring, white supremacist podcasts, and inclusion riders. This is one you’re not going to want to miss.
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Welcome to Fire Bros! For those of you not in the know, each month we’re doing a bonus episode that you can find for $2 a month or higher on our Patreon.
While on the main show Thought Cops we talk about internet outrage from week to week, Fire Bros is a monthly show where we review and talk about different content we like, whether that be movies, television shows, video games, books, or whatever else. If the content isn’t deemed acceptable by us, we burn it.
This episode, we’re talking Black Panther, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and the third season of Rick and Morty. The show is a lot different from the main show, it’s a little more relaxed, less angry, and a little more positive. As we continue to work on it, we’re more than happy to accept any suggestions for content you’d like to see reviewed, or things you’d like to hear discussed. Like always, comment below, email us at email@example.com, or drop us a voicemail at 312-788-7361.
The theme song is by Officer Grant again, but it’s not 100% complete yet. Consider it an acoustic version, until we have the time to fully record and mix the full version.
Also, here’s an awesome animation B. Cupcheeks did for us. Check him out on Instagram.
In case you need some brain bleach after this week, we’ll be recording our first ever bonus episode this upcoming weekend. You can find it at patreon.com/thoughtcops for the low price of $2 a month. So sign up and stay tuned.
Welcome to Thought Cops! This week, we’re joined by our show’s Stenographer, who still hasn’t done a single transcript of the show. We’re going to drop her pay another 7%. What’s 7% of zero?
Speaking of pay, make sure to sign up for our Patreon, at patreon.com/thoughtcops. We’re going to do our first bonus episode in the next week or two, and it’s only $2. Hurry while supplies last! We’ve already started doing live streams of the episodes, which we’ll be doing every week.
This episode, we’re talking about Bitcoin carnivores, the “RANCH!” meme, people watching Netflix while walking on public sidewalks, the Peter Rabbit controversy, and the Obama portraits.
Thanks to everyone who’s left reviews on iTunes recently. If you haven’t yet, you can do so here. Thanks and gahbless.
Welcome to Thought Cops, Episode 53! This week we’re joined by Biggest Mikey of the Biggest Mikey Podcast! You can find him on Twitter, Youtube, Patreon, iTunes, and fuckin a hundred other places if you Google his name. So make sure to give his show a listen, I think fans of this show would enjoy his show very much.
This episode, Mikey helps us take down people in online bloodsports, people who use the fake movie format meme, and idiotic scientific studies that only serve to project a cartoonish worldview, much like you would see on Toon Town.
But this week’s top story is Black Panther getting a bad review. One person gave the movie a 3/5 on Rotten Tomatoes, and humanity decided to give him a 1/5 as a person. We’re currently working on getting Rotten Tomatoes taken off the internet. We also talk about non-crunching, quiet, lady-Doritos that may or may not exist, and the backlash against Amy Schumer’s new movie. Because although Amy Schumer is fat and ugly, she’s not fat enough and not ugly enough for some people. Yeah, you read that right.
We’re gearing up to do our first bonus episode on Patreon, so make sure to subscribe here. We’ll do at least one every month, and they’re only $2. With “Thought Cops” being 1984 related, the name of the bonus episodes are going to be something having to do with Fahrenheit 451. Expect to see the first one within a month.
Welcome to episode 52 of Thought Cops! This week, we’re joined by Dave Pretendo of SephirothSword57 fame. Here’s one of his hilarious videos regarding the recent Logan Paul controversy. Take a look:
This week, considering we’ve hit episode 52, marks almost a year since we started the podcast. So to celebrate that, we’re announcing our very own PATREON! To give you the rundown, we have different rewards for monthly bonus episodes, behind the scenes videos, and much more! All the money we collect from the Patreon will go back into paying for the show’s expenses, like the RSS feed and web hosting. Make sure to check it out and donate a couple bucks so we can continue to make this show the best it can be.