Episode · 1 month ago
Coming Attractions - The Mandolorian, Wandavision and Holograms
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
The guys reunite from separate locations in this remote Coming Attractions Episode. The guys discuss their lockdown, we hear Todd's review of The Mandalorian and discuss the end of Trump's Presidency. They make fun of some Insurrectionists and jump straight into rating fried chicken restaurants (No segue. It's just where their hive mind went).
Joe explains Cameo to Todd and discusses Kanye's Hologram gift to Kim Kardashian. They talk about the next Spider-Man movie and rumours surrounding Charlie Cox. They discuss Wandavision and Joe puts forth his theories based on connections between the show and clips from past movies.
Joe talks about the documentary Class Action Park and recap more of what they have watched (and want to watch) while in Quarantine. They announce next week's movie and Todd plans for a cover should the guys need to get together. Joe recounts a harrowing arrest that he witnessed and the guys react to the recent Armie Hammer news. They talk about last minute Presidential pardons and what Joe Exotic's expectations are.
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Episode 223 · 7 months ago
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Episode 222 · 7 months ago
Those who listened to episode 106.5 know that we had an issue with our episode and thought it to be lost. It was fixed an everything ended happily, but not before Joe recorded a new episode lamenting what could have been.
This is that episode. For the first and hopefully only time, you will hear the alternate version to the episode that was released.
Joe recaps what you would have heard in the failed episode and announces next week's movie. He talks about Michael Keaton's talks to play Bruce Wayne once again and mourns the deaths of Sir Ian Holm and Joel Schumacher. Joe also has a brief message for the Black, LGBTQ and female communities who have been getting the short end of the stick for far too long.