In a world where the internet and radio collide, our hosts embark on a journey that will test the limits of their bonds and push them over the line in order to preserve life as we know it... or, you know, maybe it's more like they just discuss a few of the movie trailers that were released recently. These include: Aquaman, Shazam, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and Christopher Robin. Enjoy!
177 – Unanswered Questions
In this week’s episode, we talk about gritty television reboots. We discuss some of the upcoming shows that have been announced, some current shows, possible ways to grit-ify some of our favorite childhood shows, and past TV series who appeared wholesome but possibly had some dark and gritty undertones. We also discuss a possible link between societal strife and the TV shows we watched growing up and how media may or not be good for us.
176 – IT’s Fine
Hiya Listener!... What a nice podcast... Do you want to listen? You look like a nice audience... Do you want a balloon too?
Well sorry, no balloons here, just some talking about stuff. This week's stuff includes the newest Stephen King movie, IT; Fear, Television, Voice Acting, Writing, and so much more. Enjoy!
173 – Millennials Killed The Sun
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.
144 – We Are Resolute
First Podcast of 2017! In this episode, Jimmy, Jason, and David discuss our past resolutions and some of our resolutions for the new year. However, as always, we have many tangential conversations including: Ronda Rousey; MMA; Movies like Wanted, Grand Budapest Hotel, Warrior, The Taken series, Captain Fantastic, and Star Wars; Books and Movies based on books; Video Games; and so much more.
127 – #DCURewrite
Listen up Warner Bros, y'all really screwed the pooch this time, you've let us down for the last time. You had your chance and you blew it. Now, two guys with a mostly unknown and frankly mediocre podcast in San Antonio are going to have take the reins and do the DC cinematic universe some "justice" (Pun extremely intended and also a hint to some of the humor we intend to include in our rewrite). So sit back and listen up, ya bozos, to this episode where we tear you down and explain why this reboot is warranted. Spoiler alert: BvS and Suicide Squad.
123 – Rocky in Space
With San Diego Comic Con winding down Jimmy, Fish and Jason get together to discuss some of the bigger announcements there as well as anything else they feel is important. This week's topics: The live-action pokemon movie based on Detective Pikachu, other Live-action remakes of older children movies, Star Trek Beyond, Kong: Skull Island, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Star Wars, King Arthur, Snowden, Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, Justice League, Spider-man Homecoming, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Agents of shield, Legion, American Gods, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Defenders, and lastly the MST3K revival.
121 – Ghostbusted?
Jimmy, Jason, and David get together to discuss the most important of topics of the recent week. This episode's topics: The recent release of Pokemon Go; The first death in a Self-driving car; Robot violence, TMNT, The first batch of reviews for the new Ghostbusters (Spoiler Warning); Long-running television shows like SNL, The Simpsons, Dragon Ball, and South Park; and so much more! Please rate, review, and follow us on all of our social media to stay up to date. Also, check out David's video series Travel Red Class on YouTube!
120 – Tin Foil Hat Time
Totpod celebrates the Fourth of July and what better way to celebrate America's independence than a conversation about Pokemon. Starting with our opinions of the recently released new Sun and Moon Pokemon and also discussing a recent theory about the possible ending/reboot of Pokemon. Then we discuss other theories including time travel, quantum mechanics, and parallel universes, Lastly we discuss the possibility of a virtual reality theme park and what other parts of society could benefit from VR.
117 – Glorifying Violence?
We are back from our little hiatus to discuss the most important topics of this day and age. This week's topics revolve around videos games and superheroes. We first discuss Jason's recent trip to the National Videogame Museum located in Frisco, TX. This got us talking about the debate over video games possibly causing real world violence. Lastly we give our spoiler-filled review of X-Men: Apocalypse.