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The greatest story ever told about the greatest microwave food product ever made.

Madge and Dave talk all things Hot Pockets. (Originally from the week of January 24, 2011)

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It's a battle of wits and 80's trivia this week as Madge & Dave go head to head in "Hunch a' Bunch" -- the most dangerous Brady Bunch trivia game ever. Plus a bunch of other stuff about your week in pop culture.

Madge and Dave discuss the Superbowl food coma, House of Cards, Kevin Spacey, James Cromwell, Christina Applegate, Rachel Zoe, The Swan, Yoda, Chewbacca, Rex Reed, Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman. Plus, new feature Hunch a Bunch, Ben Affleck Got Robbed Again and I Don’t Get Blake Lively. Also, bad handshake do overs, no sideboob, people who agree to disagree and why buying lottery tickets with coworkers is a bad idea. Oh, and Madge gets all Nicki Minaj on people. (Week of February 4, 2012)

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The trend of people eating non-food items to get their fifteen minutes of fame is getting a little out of control. Says us.

Madge and Dave discuss the woman who eats couch cushions. (Originally from the week of January 17, 2011)

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Something has gone dangerously wrong with Senator John Kerry's face...and Madge & Dave seek out the solution. And yes...Superbowl!

Madge and Dave discuss Barbara Walters, Taco Bell, Jason London, Amy Adams, John Kerry’s face and Leann Rimes. Plus, Ben Affleck Got Robbed, I Don’t Get Nicki Minaj, the Football Minute and Netflix. Also, gross floss, ludicrous woodwind instruments, people who share gum and a listener unload about Burger King’s horse meat. Oh, and Madge and Dave audition for their own version of American Idol. (Week of January 28, 2012)

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Not that there's anything wrong with running...except it pretty much sucks.

Madge and Dave explain why running, and a slew of other useless sports just plain suck. (Originally from the week of January 15, 2011)

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Reaching back into the dark closet and pulling out the mixer, a pair of microphones and a trusty pair of headphones was quite a symbolic moment for us, especially since the last time we had hit the digital airwaves was back in the end of 2011. But the time off was just what we needed in order to get refocused and re-energized with the goal of making 2013 the year in which we would bring back the Unload.

One month in, and we can tell you that strapping Unload with Madge & Dave on the table and shooting electricity throughout it’s digital body was just what it needed. Heck, just what we needed. As 2012 passed us by, so too did fifty-two weeks of pop culture so waiting for Madgeisms and Daveites that it was almost painful having to sit back and say nothing. That’s why when the hiatus had reached its limit, we knew it was time to come back. Thankfully, you were there waiting for Unload’s return.

And so, one month into the New Year, Unload with Madge & Dave is officially here to stay. With our traditional Friday night episodes, looking back at the week that once was… To our Wednesday night Classic Bonus Clips – clips that were only previously available through the Madge & Dave iPhone, iPad and Android app (see below for links to pick it up for a cool $1.99) now available for all to hear. And while our Intervention episodes have run their course, it’s anyones’ guess what other weekly content may start to come your way. In reality, we’ve got a lot in store for 2013, including our official 100th Unload episode this Fall.

Since we relaunched the show, we’ve received amazing support from our listener friends and our corporate podcast friends (iTunes, Windows Phone, Stitcher, et al) and began building an even larger community around the show. We welcome all our “VIP” (or Vintage listeners) as well as our Newbies. And to everyone, we wanted to tell you how much we appreciate your support and enthusiasm for the show. We also appreciate any way in which you can support us — spread the word, leave reviews on iTunes, tell friends to “Like Us” on Facebook and yes, even the dreaded DONATION clap-trap. As we often raise money to keep the show going through our many Scrapbooking Ponzi schemes, you can imagine we’ve raised about a dollar in cash.

We’re here to stay. No more hiatuses and no more Incontinence or Blank (unless you all require it to live). So strap in, get those weekly Madge & Dave rituals under your belt, and prepare for a year beyond anything you have ever witnessed before in your entire life (or not). Either way, it’s going to be fun and we’re glad you’re along for the ride.

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