What if one day a third of the human population woke up as centaurs? Schmanelists tackle questions of etiquette, jobs, and more in this strange new world…
He-Man and She-Ra were a part of our childhoods, so we’re going back to ruin Eternia to build our own secret fortresses, explore the Ambiguously Gay Duos, the fur loincloth fashion, and meet a special Guest Schmanelist, Amanda. Fair warning, this is … not a PG episode. At all.
In this poorly-recorded episode, the Schmanelists are in the Halloween spirit, examining what it would be like to be a ghost. Steve is allowed to join the panel and predictably becomes the first person to be shot with all six Nerf bolts after describing ghost teabagging. Also, #deathgoals. Note, there is explicit language revolving around Dick Cheney.
In this episode, our schmanelists decide that if time travel does exist, Hitler was probably pretty good at dispatching time travelers, and then somehow end up talking about cheese, like, a lot.
Rachel probes the gamer minds of Shawn, David, and Alan as they explore which video games they would live in, which is actually their lives, and of course David talks about how he would definitely die painfully. Somehow, the topic of Edge of Tomorrow literally never comes up.
Turns out, special guest Liora’s experience growing her own business (at overtone.co) gave her a lot of insights into how to keep your neighbors from reporting your mad genetic experiments in an upstairs apartment.
Also special note: Sorry about the last episode’s “blank” podcast. We’ve uploaded the proper file, but iTunes (or whatever your podcast service) may or may not care. To listen, come to our site at panelschmanel.com.
If you could live inside a painting — which would you choose? Jenn goes for the classics, Steve wants to live in a NASA fantasy, and David … well …
The panel takes on one of the great nerd quandaries of our time: Which is better, zombies, werewolves, or vampires? New panelist Zoe feels very strongly that her pick is superior.
What if the Greeks were right, and the Pantheon descended from the clouds in all their mismatched glory? Among the topics: Flattery, pettiness, and Jesus’ hip new name, Jezeus.
If you could make one law, what would it be? According to our panelists, chocolate, ice cream, and Bill & Ted are apparently integral to a peaceful world.