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Rhodes and Rose Episode #2

May 5th, 2017 No comments


This episode starts off with Augmenteon, one of our finest efforts. So many good lines. Mother nature never stood a chance.
Next up is an ad for Pandemical filmed in the Mojave desert. The side effect where the intestines are re-routed caused some alarm among users. Next Stu Cranstence settles in for another expedition to collect amazing findings. He is interrupted by those pesky Giant Eye Maggots which seem pretty aggressive still, maybe he should up the dose. He also demonstrates the proper selection of pointer sticks for any novices. Next Hundus and Furundus will help you melt the fat away with their unique exercise regimen. Flextrek’s Gravitrex Edition raises eyebrows in an ad featuring the anti-gravity properties of the backpack. Next up, the beloved Lorb Lorbson sings his heart out trying to be heard over the maitre’d. Ron Cranstence appears as the helpful sound man, wrapping cables on stage during the performance. Through it all, Lorb shows his usual composure. Wolfheart Cologne has a sexy ad describing this ancient new scent.
Old Pappy then has a question for Stu Cranstence that he can really sink his teeth into. Stu’s answer shows his deep knowledge of Juggernaut Pharmaceuticals products and how they all interact with each other, and which one has the best track record. Then comes the theme song for The Steve Climber Show. This rousing anthem builds and builds to an apocalyptic crescendo that will leave the viewer breathless. Steve Climber is such a stud. He’s a real hero for the ages and beloved by all. The episode closes with an ad for Myscleetra, a product that will help control the size and aggressiveness of that larynx bird of yours. It’s so good to see the doctor get so involved in the patient’s life. I am curious about that project they have planned. It looks intriguing.

Please enjoy this Rhodes and Rose playlist

April 29th, 2017 No comments

There’s a little Lorb Lorbson, Flextrek, Panacea and even Steg Prongsten in this playlist. Just hit play to enjoy this collection of Rhodes and Rose Classics.
First Lorb Lorbson encounters John, the sound man. He’s a sound man. I’m impressed with Steg Prongsten’s fitness and his commitment to changing his underwear frequently. The good people at Flextrek show you just how easy it is to adjust their monumental backpack. The good people from Juggernaut Pharmaceuticals have a message for people about how to deal with the jaggedness of their crotch coral which is caused by…I’ll skip the litany. Stu Cranstence gives a really good lecture on the beach. Also in there is the original French Wedge ad which later made an appearance in the Flextrek Whipsnake video. Lorb then gets a chance to impress Mr. Big at the Cheripintera and really makes an impression.

New Flextrek Whipsnake T-Shirt

June 26th, 2015 No comments

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Rhodesandrose are proud to announce that the new official Flextrek 37,000,000,000,000 Whipsnake T-Shirt is available here at a very reasonable price.

Steve Climber’s theme song

April 27th, 2015 No comments

Rhodes and Rose is proud to present our latest creation-the theme song for The Steve Climber Show. With a theme song this exciting, you know the show is going to blow your socks off. Many thanks to TheFergusShow for creating this epic song.

Steve Climber is a badass

February 16th, 2014 1 comment

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Steve Climber  takes a quick shortcut off of a cliff while wearing the Flextrek 37 Trillion backpack. The monumental backpack helps Steve catch a little air as he glides in for a landing.

Stu Cranstence: Out in the Field Again

August 8th, 2012 No comments


Stu Cranstence puts in some long hours on his latest expedition as he seeks to uncover more amazing findings. Life on an expedition has it’s hazards, but Stu pushes on in the pursuit of REAL SCIENCE.

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The Flextrek 37,000,000,000,000 Whipsnake Edition

June 20th, 2012 No comments

Rhodes and Rose would like to give some love to the good people down at Reddit for noticing our little video. Thanks to them, our video,  “The Flextrek Whipsnake” went from 5,000 views to 109,249 in ten days(as of the time of this post). Without the hard work and dedication of these unknown, un-seen,  un-washed masses, our video would never have got so many views. I would like to give a special shout-out to the Canadians– ten thousand of whom have now watched our little video. I would also like to give praise to the good people down at “The Loft Cinema” in Tucson, AZ–in particular the good people down at The First Friday Film Shorts Competition , who have nurtured, sustained, and humiliated so many young aspiring directors over the years.

Stu on Mastodon Eggs

April 3rd, 2012 2 comments


Stu Cranstence answers a question about animal droppings. There is no better expert in Western America on the subject of droppings than Stu Cranstence

An excellent question for Stu

June 7th, 2011 5 comments

Stu Cranstence fields a question from Taco, who is very concerned about terrorists. As usual, Stu is there for America, answering our questions and calming our fears with the facts.

Catch the Whipsnake

April 23rd, 2011 6 comments


Catch the Whipsnake!…..if you can.

The new Flextrek 37,000,000,000,000 Whipsnake Edition has caused such an intense buying frenzy that the good people at Archwood have had their website crash 3 times and numerous shoppers have been injured in the throngs of people trying to get into the showrooms of  Archwood outlets nationwide. This product is selling so fast that the poor impoverished people that construct this monumental backpack  in overseas sweatshops have been asked to pull triple shifts with no extra pay or bathroom breaks. Don’t get left behind!

The Legendary Steve Climber

April 4th, 2011 1 comment

This is a teaser screen shot from an upcoming ad for the latest version of the Flextrek 37 Trillion. You can see the legendary  Steve Climber is giving this monumental backpack a workout. Steve is of course wearing the French Wedge, but this is a new and improved model to be unveiled in the upcoming ad. If you hike, climb, or backpack, you’d have to be insane not to want this backpack.

Stu Cranstence pulls something out of his eye

February 3rd, 2011 5 comments

Noted expert Stu Cranstence examines some kind of creature that he pulled out of his eye on a recent expedition. The creature looks fairly large and aggressive. Mr. Cranstence seems concerned about this finding.