SAUCT Season 1 Episode 7: The Moth


House of the Rising Sun

You all, everybody…!

Uhhhhh…Hey, there.  Um, so it’s been a while.  Sorry about that.  We had Boozerooms and stuff to do.  So get off our case.

In any event, SAUCT is back from its half-year hiatus to bring you more navel-gazing about ABC’s 2004 serial-genre-ensemble-seminal-what-the-fuckery that was LOST.  Dubs and Kevin jump back in where they left off with the Moth, Season 1’s seventh episode [no, you’re not crazy; the last episode of SAUCT was Episode 5.  I’ve just corrected the numbering…so, no Episode 6.  Everyone got it?  Good… -ed].

This Charlie-centric episode guides Dubs and Kevin through a journey of hamfisted metaphors, cheesy fake songs, the Trials of Hercules and the consequences of ignorance about racist TV tropes and techniques.

Also, we get super in-depth about the significance and properties of triangles.  Like, way too in-depth.  Seriously, it’s just a polygon.

Bring SAUCT back into your earholes and become bloody rock gods.

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You All, Everybody

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Simon of Cyrene

Turn Down For Spock


Labors of Hercules

Oh, Bugs Bunny, that’s NOT okay… (fast forward to 6:45 to be offended)

Go back to dropping acid, Roger!

BANJO! (okay, you get it…Blackface is bad, mm’kay?)  [Incidentally, this whole scene is great but I couldn’t find the entirety of it on the internet.  It’s from the 30 Rock Season 6 Live Show, if you’re interested.-ed]

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The cheesus media of the Loaded Dice Network, Dubs is the executive producer and host of several LDN shows such as Sauct, Not So Silent Protagonists and The Last Bender, as well as a core Loaded Dice Cast member. Dubs enjoys Final Fantasy (drink), Megaman (drink again), Metal Gear Solid (keep going), the Legend of Zelda (just finish the bottle), brown liquor and clinging to his plebe console gamer/Japanophile ways. Rumor has it that Loaded Dice Network was launched as a vehicle for Dubs to opine and wax jocular, as his considerable sloth disallowed him from conveying liquid awesome into the world through written word.

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