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Miserable Retail Slave is a comedy show that looks at life, love, and the odd daily occurrences that keep life interesting. 

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Nov 29, 2017

This time, Randy and Tommy get real nostalgic as they talk about childhood movies that impacted them. The list includes Batman (1989), Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The Wizard, The Monster Squad and more.

The guys also talk about how the holiday season can be the most horrible time of year for retail workers everywhere. Brothers in Retail, we're all in this together.

Randy and Tommy also get political as they discuss net neutrality. Plus, hear the story behind Tommy's vampire heart tattoo, how Tommy's marriage is going, and ask the important question: how does Mario's raccoon tail make him fly?


Look to the classics/ Bowie and The Little Drummer Boy/ The most horrible time of year for our Brothers in Retail!/ Showing the name of the show/ Those work problems/ You gotta throw a big fuss/ The dark meat/ Republicans love the white turkey meat/ The world’s pickiest fat kid/ Holiday season is like Supermarket Sweep/ The hate of confrontation/ Things Tommy is terrible at/ Those Salvation Army soldiers/ Tommy thinks dating is stupid/ That drug called marriage/ Tommy the hunter/ Provide for your family/ Future headliner, Tommy Thompson/ Tommy’s dumb website/ Net Neutrality/ Let’s Yahoo it/ All those search engines/ Taking a radio station job/ The Idiots of Idiot Mountain/ Eavesdropping on convos/ “She sure has gotten fat”/ Tommy’s Canadian impressions/ Nostalgic movie memories/ A vampire heart tattoo?/ Shout out to “The Story Behind” podcast/ Randy the horrible conversationalist/ What’s the first movie you remember seeing the the theater?/ The only two videos in school/ Willow/ Seeing Snakes on a Plane/ Sometimes edited versions are better/ The horror of Judge Doom/ Little Monsters/ Tommy sings the Monster Squad theme song/ Seeing Batman 1989/ Jesus Chicken/ Learning about sex in grade 1/ Jenny and the Hot Licks/ Mario’s raccoon tail and the horror of flying raccoons/ Growing up on Jean-Claude Van Damme and Steven Seagal