In this week's episode, the Totpod crew are granted their wildest, yet mostly realistic, wishes. They discuss the outcome of this year's National Novel Writing Month. Also, they imagine a world without net neutrality. Other topics include: Lucid dreaming, Job Simulator, Driving, Medicine, Digital Currency, and so much more. Enjoy!
182 – Smash. Bash. Trash.
In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica, because of the upcoming Rampage movie, discuss video game movies - past, present and future. Other topics include: The Punisher, Justice League, It's Always in Philadelphia, Coco, Net Neutrality, NaNoWriMo, and everything in between. Enjoy!
179 – Breaking Bread
In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica predict the newest internet sensation, being #Stranded. They discuss if they could mentally take being stranded somewhere and what they would bring to entertain themselves if they were. They also talk about Jason's newest hobby, bread making, and critique the outcome of his most recent attempt. Lastly, they discuss participating in this year's National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, which starts on November 1st. Other topics include: Jimmy's possible-crazy classmates, Jessica's murderous secret, and we find out why it's best to keep ketchup away from Jason. 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.
138 – Hats and Kool-Aid
Jimmy, Jason, Jessica and David are back to discuss anything and everything that pops into their heads. This week they begin their discussion with Key and Peele's newer projects Don't Think Twice and Get Out. Next we get David's opinion on Doctor Strange. Jimmy gives a spoiler-free review of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Next, they discuss the new trailer for Netflix's Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. We then attempt to discuss the themes of the new movie Arrival without spoiling it to David. Next, we discuss the upcoming December movies including Rogue One, Passengers, The Space Between us, Why Him?, Assassin's Creed, and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Lastly, we discuss Thanksgiving, Dogs and Cats, and our Nanowrimo updates.
137 – My Own Private Utopia
Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica begin their discussion with Politics. In light of recent events (i.e. Trump winning) the TOTPOD crew think about ways to make the process better, some more drastic than others. Next we discuss Jason and Jessica's recent Renaissance Festival visit and some of the cool "ye olde" things they saw there. Somehow we got to discussion about out school days and some of the trouble we got into. Also, We discuss some upcoming movies including "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" and "Arrival". Lastly, we discuss our NaNoWriMo status and the some of the troubles we're having. Enjoy!
136 – Strange Toilet Paper
Jimmy, Jason, Jessica, and David discuss a multitude of things including: Doctor Strange (Non-spoilers), the abyss, Marvel movies, politics, technology, careers, Parks and Recreation, Hipster products, Micheal Myers, Toilet paper, As-Seen-On-TV products, Cartoon Nudity, Harry Potter, X-Men, Sequels, Terminator, Men Who stare At Goats, food, Black Mirror, Netflix, Television, video game movies, Pacific Rim, Power Rangers, Nanowrimo updates, writing, and everything in between. Note: The goose thing wasn't Darwin but it is real.
135 – Writers Block
Halloween is over and November has started. Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica are all participating in Nanowrimo, National Novel Writing Month. So we discussed a bunch of aspects and experiences we've had writing. Of course there are a bunch of tangents including candy, serial killers, films, technology, dinosaurs, pets, science fiction, and so much more.