This week Jimmy, Jason, Jessica, and David get together to discuss the recent happenings. We first discuss the Oscars and the various ups and downs of the ceremony, including the Best Picture mix-up, Nicole Kidman clapping, The In Memoriam picture mistake, among others. This leads up to a discussion about Bill Paxton and the movies we remember him from. Lastly, we discuss the SpaceX 2018 Moon Flight and the discovery of the Trappist planets. Tangents Include: Millennial Education, Male Anatomy Movies, Celebrity Crushes, and so much more!
Season 4 is finally here... It's been a long long road and we've learned a lot... Unfortunately, none of it is helps and most of it is probably wrong. We have some ideas for the new season, so be on the lookout for some changes including more social media content and the return of episode videos. In this week's episode, we discuss the recent cast photo of the Han Solo movie, which leads us to discuss a bunch of movies including Zombieland, Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, among others. We also discuss the Hollywood system and why remakes are so prevalent and original premises are so risky. Lastly, we find our rap names using the Wu-Tang Clan Name Generator and discuss our stage show, including a possible secret dating scheme featuring David. Enjoy!
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.
With Fish at PAX South, Jimmy and Jason bring back David to discuss what’s going on in the world. First, they discuss the recent internet uproars caused by The Fine Bros attempt to trademark react videos and the issues caused from YouTube’s automated copyright system. Next, we discuss the changing entertainment landscape including Netflix and TV, magazines, books, and newspapers. Which transitions to a lengthy movie discussion including sequels, reboots, parodies, De Niro in Bad Grandpa, Will Ferrell, and Jim Carrey. Lastly, to end the episode, we play a few rounds of “Will You Press The Button?”