It had been written that when the moon blocks out the sun something will be brought forth into the world that has the power to change life as we know it and it's power will be supreme. Well, we're here to say that the prophecy has finally been fulfilled. The ancients probably didn't think that it would be a podcast, but it's true. In this week's episode; Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica gather during the eclipse and discuss the most important topics such as society, discrimination, media, and superpowers. Enjoy.
In this week's episode; Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica discuss adaptations - the worst, the best, their favorites, and which books/stories they would like to see adapted. Which takes them nicely to their review of "The Dark Tower" Lastly, they discuss some of the new movies and television shows coming out this year including Mother!, It, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The LEGO Ninjago Movie, Flatliners, The Hitman's Bodyguard, A Bad Moms Christmas, Pitch Perfect 3, Murder on the Orient Express, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Defenders, and a few others.
In this week's episode, we learn about ourselves. First, we discuss the internet and what aspects we would like to get rid of. Next, we all take the Myers-Briggs personality test and discuss the results as well as discover other notable people who share our personalities, some more surprising than others (Jimmy - INFJ, Jason INTP, Jessica - INFP). Lastly, we discuss the news of a new burger joint coming to town and share our opinions of fast food places in general.
In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica celebrate Harry Potter's birthday by discussing our favorite memories from the franchise. Next, they discuss and review Christopher Nolan's newest movie, Dunkirk (Spoiler Warning). Lastly we compare some other famous movies and television shows and so much more.
Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica begin this week's episode on the morbid side by discussing what are ideal last meal would be. Next, they discuss the recent passing of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington and his music's place in their angst-filled childhoods. Lastly they discuss some of the news and trailers that have come out of the San Diego Comic-con, including The Defenders, Thor Ragnarok, Justice League, Stranger Things, and so much more.
In this week's episode; Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica discuss a recent story which allows them to bring up some of their embarrassing moments. Next, they give their opinions about the newest Spider-Man movie (Spoiler Warning). Lastly, they discuss zombies, publicity stunts, wealth, and everything in between.
In this week's episode, Jimmy and Jason delve back into familiar waters to discuss a wide range of films. Specifically, they discuss Tim Burton's works, Spider-Man: Homecoming (Spoiler-free), the upcoming solo Batman film, and Star Wars Episode 8, and many more.
In this week's Thinking Outside The Pod; Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica begin by discussing a recent local story about instant justice. They also they give their opinions about the upcoming and past Spider-man movies, the choice Marvel made for the new director for the Han Solo movie, and everything in between. Enjoy! Also, thinkingoutsidethepod.com is working again, so check it out to find past episodes, contact and social media information, or anything else you need!
In this week's episode; Jimmy, Jason and Jessica answer the age-old question - what froots your loop? They also discuss a variety of treats, ranging from sweet cookie-based cereal to fickle macaroons; the internet, from cyber-bullying to passwords; and lastly they review Wonder Woman (Spoiler Warning). enjoy!
In this week's episode of Thinking Outside The Pod; Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica gather to discuss time travel, Wonder Woman (Spoiler Free), Adam West, and everything in between. Tangents include Lottery, Previous and upcoming superhero movies, Star Trek, Fictional genitalia, and so much more! Correction: Burt Ward (Robin) is actually the one who gave fans the "Ultimate Autograph", however Batman did sometimes watch... Again, sorry to bring this up at all.