Monday, March 31, 2014

Trev: Episode 10

After a week long hiatus, the 'Trev' is back! At the top of the episode Trev explains why the show took an unexpected spring break. He then responds to Glenn Beck's review of the new film 'Noah' and discusses how ridiculous it is to criticize a movie based on the Bible as being 'unrealistic.' Then, moving on to what's trending: Microsoft releases 'Office' for iPad, Chelsea Handler plans to leave the E! network, a new study suggests that being underweight is more dangerous than being overweight and the latest on Malaysian Flight 370 are all discussed. Things come to a close as Courtney tries to read from an 6 page sex diary found on Tumblr, but ends up leaving the duty to Trev who does a much better job.

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Trev: Episode 9

Michele Bachmann claims gay people are bullies, a new app called 'Popcorn Time' is released - it's like Netflix but with movies worth watching, Chris Brown has further legal troubles, Lady Gaga gets puked on (ON PURPOSE), Ukraine continues burn in utter turmoil and Trev and Courtney comment on the phenomenon of combining sexual behavior with childish activities in modern music lyrics (think 'Lollipop' by Lil Wayne). The show closes with a reading of the James Michael Sama blog in an attempt to bring some light to the new 'chivalrous' movement.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Trev: Episode 8

A new app that allows you to wake up in the morning to the 'sound and smell of sizzling bacon' is released, Justin Beiber and Selena Gomez meet up at a Starbucks in Texas (the stars have aligned and the dark one shall return #666), Apple launches iOS CarPlay and Trev talks about the latest Elsa Pataky controversy as well as some disturbing items he found in his grandfather's internet search history. Finally, the show comes to a close with viewer comments on one of the YouTube highlights of last weeks episode about 'boypussy'.