Engineer Jim was late this week, giving Mike an opportunity to snoop around the old master tapes at JMJR Studios. He discovers three cassettes by “Biz Kids,” a financed-themed child rap group out of early 90s Manhattan. Despite Jim’s complaints, Mike plays all three songs in lieu of a sketch or anything remotely comedic.
Episode 6 is what some people are referring to as “the sixth episode of the Project Real World podcast”. A person close to the project’s creators commented that ” there’s this one sketch in it, it’s kinda dark, it’s about these two weird dudes who go to a cemetery for skateboard legends or something, and I think they dig up Tony Hawk’s grave at some point but to be perfectly honest I kinda lost focus halfway into it. Anyway, I’m almost certain it was a fictional account.” Another critic spoke highly of the show’s other sketch, which according to her was “about a guy who gets kidnapped by the police, and one if the cops is a cannibal and tries to eat him.” When told that the sketch had formerly been an episode of the show’s webseries, the critic stated, “Oh, that makes sense.”
For the first episode of Project Real World, Mike Legg and Pad take you all the way back to the day that they first met, back when they were still making their hit “reality webseries,” Project Real World! It’s a heart-warming glimpse into the early days of a budding friendship (and New Media empire!)
Pad, a socially-anxious professional video gamer, wanted to be more outgoing. So naturally, he hired the services of the Jake5 Institute for Social Arts. They paired him with Mike Legg, a former insult comedian and newly-minted Social Coach. With Mike’s help, Pad successfully purchased a video game (from an IRL store), and called the power company to get his electricity turned back on.