208: Deployment Can Be Extremely Boring, Animated Series Can Help Pass The Time

Posted by Michael J. Penney on

Deployment can be extremely boring sometimes, movies and tv shows, especially animated series can help pass the time. Mike and Bennett share some of their favorite shows on this episode of Cigars and Sea Stories. There’s is also a rather troubling story involving anime, a 13 inch DVD player, and a bottle of Jergins. Be sure to listen through the end to learn fun & interesting factoids relevant to our show topics. This episode has a good one for sure. (I’ll give you a hint: Bambi was a killer.) From “Rick & Morty” to episodes of “Archer”, “The Simpsons”, “Family Guy”, “Futurama”, “Bob’s Burger”, and “Metalocolypse”. The guys wrap it up with Walt Disney and Stan Lee; both happen to be veterans. It's pretty amazing seeing what veterans of yesteryear have done to shape the world we live in today. 

Give us a list of your favorite animated series.

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