The Grand Canyon is missing! What could have happened!?!? Let's investigate together! Yay, friendship palling around times! A small town cop works the case of his life! And what he uncovers will blow you away! Bunkum mostly read movie posters as a kid!
Listener mail! The life of a gorilla! A gritty noir drama! Hard hitting action! Bunkum, see? Mnyeah, see? It's a hackneyed Edward G. Robinson imitation that went out of style in the 40s, see?
You'll never guess what this one is about! Aw, dang! You're too clever for me! I guess you'll just have to make do with all of these wonderful jokes! I think this is around when I started to lose my mind. Yup! There it goes! Bunkum done run off with all ma dang brains!
A mystery solved! Well, how shall we spend the rest of the episode? Oh, like that! What a strange bunch of characters! Another mystery! Thank goodness that first one was solved so Our Man's inbox is cleared! Bunkum is on the trail to laughs!
In medias res! That's Latin for "I'm confused! I hope there's a flashback coming up!" Don't worry! There's flashbacks! All is explained! Oh, now I see why Our Man did that stuff! Thanks, backwards plot! Bunkum listened to "Suspense" way too much that month!
A mysterious murder! A world of intrigue! Seeking information in the criminal underworld! A femme fatale! The only ending worthy of a show like Bunkum!
A Belgian detective! A murder to solve! Tough guys who never learned to deal with their insecurity! An off-off-off-Broadway one-man show! It's also my favorite part of the whole run of Bunkum! Bunkum brings the stupid!
It was the most infamous crime of the early Mesozoic era: the mystery of the stolen Grand Canyon! Early one morning, tourists lined up along the canyon rim to marvel at nature's splendor, only to find it had all been filled in with dirt. What happened to the empty space that used to be there? … Continue reading The Mystery of the Stolen Grand Canyon
I was polishing off my thirty-sixth bottle of Old Bastard whiskey when she knocked through the door. With it getting shot out twice a week, I'd started replacing the door's glass with that cheap sugar glass they use in movies. I oughta put up a sign, I guess. I must have been thinking about the … Continue reading Hard-Boiled