This week, NRQ continues its character assassination of a silversmith, declares Wayne Knight in Jurassic Park the greatest supporting character casting decision ever made, and copy edit The Phantom Menace.
"It's elementary, my dear Watson! I think we've been awake all night on account of this booger sugar!"
In which our heroes discuss Diamond & Silk, "Love On The Spectrum" and Zipp drops a H-Bomb on H-Town.
Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris as his running mate, but Toni is in the middle of a move and can't record. So, fellow Gamma Gators Zipp and Aaron step in to talk about what Kamala brings to the ticket and whether or not her selection is good for the campaign as a whole.
What's easier, opening a bakery and having smut in the back, or opening a smut store and having cake in the back? Hear about that and more on Episode 161 of the No Redeeming Qualities podcast!
NRQ is joined by Dompston Checks In, the Houston based musical duo behind the music of "Beer Run" and "Walrus Week". Also, listen to Zipp's quick interview with heavyweight boxer Juan Torres.
Back from a summer of building teleporters and researching walruses, Bob and Zipp are ready to slap on the mic again! They discuss Jack Ruby, the NBA Restart, seeds from China, and more!
Enjoy the history behind all 30 NBA team names! Are there actually raptors in Canada? What the hell is a Laker? Wait, the Rockets didn’t get their name from NASA? Find out the answers to this and more during the third edition of NRQ’s history of major sports team names!
Look, it’s just a bank that worked with Hitler to build Auschwitz, how bad could they really be?