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.
164 – Holy Repercussions, Batman!
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.
159 – Deep Fried Padawan
In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica discuss strange food combinations, Fiesta, and the new Star Wars trailer. Tangents include weaponized gummy bears, Pineapples Anonymous, history lessons, a new donation-based beer orphanage, Jessica goes off on Hollywood, making Han Solo a verb, a possible casting opportunity near us, Aaron Hernandez, and everything in between.
158 – Totpod’s Guide to Morality
In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica discuss literature and morality. They begin by listing some of the favorite and least favorite books, some of which that are mentioned are: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Mark Haddon), Assassin's Apprentice (Robin Hobb), His Dark Materials (Philip Pullman), Harry Potter (J.K. Rowling), Lord of the Rings (J. R. Tolkien), A Series of Unfortunate Events (Lemony Snicket), American Gods (Neil Gaiman), Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (Gregory Maguire), The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald), Catcher in the Rye (J. D. Salinger). Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (Alvin Schwartz), Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain), and a bunch more. Next, we go through a morality test to find out how we stack up morally against the internet. These questions revolve around violence, heartbreak, animals, sex, money, incest, friendship, theft, military, virginity, parenting, death, family, and everything in between. Lastly, we discuss the Thor: Ragnarok trailer and the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Enjoy!
157 – Have Food Will Travel
In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica sit down and have a conversation. First, they discuss their opinion on traveling and share some of their past journeys. Next, they discuss some of the weirder food products that they have come across. Lastly, they try some miracle fruit tablets and drink vinegar.