Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 24 - 06.23.09


They're back and reviewing two weeks worth of comics! What in the name of all that is geeky has Ramon done to get the other three so upset?

Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 23 - 06.16.09


Join Pete, Adam, Ramon, Steve and a whole host of others in recapturing the best of the basement.

Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 22 - 06.09.09


The basement crew is back together to review this week's stuff. Meanwhile, Adam and Ramon can't see eye to eye on Hush. How do you fix that? Deprive the other guy of his eyes! Problem solved?

Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 21 - 06.02.09


Pete is making repairs to his basement and has his hands full as a result. Ramon and Adam are MIA, but the show must go on!
So with Pete's actual basement out of commission, Steve decides to take matters into his own hands!

Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 20 - 05.26.09


The Other Pete and Steve are back, Ramon hasn't left and Adam is off. Pete has assembled most of the basement again to help him go over this week's comics and is so excited he is showing off his pitts.

Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 18 - 05.12.09


Back to the roundtable this week. Down two, Pete manifests a special guest in true 80's fanboy fashion.

Pete's Basement Season 2, Episode 17 - 05.05.09


Penny Dreadful and Roger get an exclusive interview with Toxic Avenger creator Lloyd Kaufman! Ramon and Pete have some splainin' to do! Mainly where's Adam and who is Pete hiding from?

The Toxic Avenger on Broadway!

Penny Dreadful here! I know. I know, its been a while. What, you thought bears only hibernated for Winter? Pennys do it too. I just HAD to get out for The Toxic Avenger!! So those rumors about me leaving Petes Basement to persue a new fruitful career in emu farming, or me running off and having a lurid love affair with a skrull and getting impregnated during the invasion are all greatly exaggerated... I wasnt impregnated. Read more »

Toxic Avenger the Musical <3's New Jersey

If you would have walked up to me on the street and said the words 'Toxic' 'Avenger' 'the' and 'Musical' in that order, I would have first laughed, and then felt very sad when I realized you were serious. But that's just the kind of cynical fuck I am. It's a little disease I affectionately call 'Brooklyn Optimism' passed down through the generations in New York. It's where everything, no matter what, is bad. My dad has it, I have it. Come to think of it, everyone at Pete's Basement has it. Luckily for my Wednesday night, I was wrong.

Being a typical New Yorker, I never, ever, go to musicals. Those are for thin snooty old white women with trust funds and door men who live in a sheltered walled-off bubble, who can afford to explore the musical side of cats and HIV. Plus, there's nothing I know of that has been made better in musical form. I'm mainly basing this assumption off of my experience with the Simpsons, and how bad I assume Shrek the Musical is and Spider-Man the Musical will be. Toxic Avenger the Musical has proved me wrong. It was good.

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