0:30 – Dave admits to flaking out on Shill (again) and so begins Shill like a rafter of turkeys released from a helicopter.
1:22 – Discussion of Microsoft’s recent “ads” elicit a characteristic F-bomb response from Doug. Dave verbally scratches his head in confusion and starts trying to conjure up bad celebrity mash-ups with no help from Doug. The Shill boys regret even drawing attention to it.
4:30 Dave rails at Apple for not allowing podcast updates via WiFi on the iPhone. Doug passes the Mac Fan Boy hat to Dave only to have him set it on fire, leaving both hatless and showing some embarassing bald spots.
7:55 Dave hands over the rights to Shill to Apple for free (which is still a sucker’s deal). Doug uses one of his three wishes for his car to synch up with his WiFI, but the genie in the bottle gives flips him the bird.
9:09 Doug waves from the anti-DRM bandwagon and discusses how the totalitarian DRM on the video game Spore resulted in a user comment backlash on Amazon. Meanwhile Dave sits on his life-preserver, preferring to watch Doug drown in his own drivel. Doug attempts to discuss the financial consequences of misguided mobs, but Dave thinks gaming the system is part of the system.
16:30 Dave crowns the new heavyweight YouTube Champion, Avril Lavinge, but has issues with the auto-loading website landing all the punches for her. Dave wonders if the rules need to change,
19:44 Doug booze-addled brain splutters out, while Dave reveals his inability to take an editing cue. Apology to Shill audience: Shill Bloopers Vol. 1 will not be issued – we used up all the outtakes in the content. Doug struggles to get the chain back on his mental tricycle.
21:20 Dave tiptoes through the big ad agency minefield and struggles to find meaning in Cossette’s Bloom. Doug makes a truly pointless scatological reference and pleads with agencies to have an opinion on the future, or at least a point. Doug and Dave long for some specifics and wave their favourite protest sign: “Community not Campaigns”.
29:30 Dave wonders aloud how ad people get money from clients for Social Media. Doug believes agencies need to find a way to make money or production instead of media. Dave believes that agencies have managed to wedgie themselves with their own business model and thinks digital people should be driving the bus.
34:35 As if Shill weren’t long enough, Dave tries to squeeze in a discussion on Social Vibe. Doug laments that advertising is more than slapping a logo on a charity sponsorship.
37:20 Dave drops his mic, Doug loses his train of thought again, while the audience wonders why he continues to listen. Adding insolence to injury Dave gets lost in Facebook’s facelift, while Doug calls 700,000 Facebook users “ingrates”.
39:55 Dave gives the agencies a thanks-for-coming-out participation award, while waxing poetic about the good old sexist days of MAdvertising. And like a salaryman getting the pink slip, Shill is not allowed to clear out its desk before being escorted from the building.
BONUS HIDDEN TRACK (after theme music): Dave fails to be funny, Doug reverts to an old standby joke. Girlish giggles ensue.