It’s anything but Grimm when the Tell ‘Em Steve Dave crew gives their hilarious takes on some of the best and least known fairy tales. Join Bryan Johnson, Brian Quinn and Walt Flanagan with special guest Sunday Jeff as they create a magical world of fantasy and wonder, trolls, living plants, and sinful dwarves. It doesn’t get any better than this…or funnier. Not for children but definitely for those who are a child at heart.
“WHO TOLD YOU THAT!” – Walt as Wolf/Rumplestiltskin
“When have we ever gotten off the coat tails? It’s safe and warm on the coat tails!” – Walt
“They worked in a diamond mine! She’s a gold digger, she had her eyes on the diamonds!” – Walt about Snow White
“Are there double En-Tren- Days?” – Walt pronouncing entrende.
“There’s this girl right, her name is Rumple.” – Bry as Q.
“He’s out poachin’ ass!” Q about fairy tale kings looking for young wives.
“If you spin this straw into gold you can fuck me, if not you’re dead.” – Bry as King
“Right now Rumplestiltskin sounds like Gitem Steve Dave” – Q
Q questions if the 7 dwarves ever hit that, Snow White.
Walt supposes that Rumplestiltskin might be the hero of the tale trying to take the baby away from it’s fucked up home life.
Bry reads a Listverse article about the most disturbing fairy tales. Many involve kings kidnapping and raping women, Incest, and death by horrible violence.
In the original Little Red Riding Hood, Red is tricked into cannibalism and called a slut by a cat.
Rumplestiltskin sounds like Wolf from Pam’s novel.
The Myrtle is a bizarre tale of jealousy, possessiveness, and being disemboweled by an army of prostitutes
Kings can do whatever they want, taking women left and right.
Walt and Jeff discuss becoming cobblers in retirement despite Cobbling being a dying industry.
Bry discovers the origins of the 50 Shades of Gray series as Twilight fan fiction.