181 – Welcome to Earth!

In this week's episode, the Totpod crew go intergalactic. Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica discuss humanity - the highs, the lows, and everything in between. Other topics include - Music, Thor: Ragnarok, Sexual Misconduct, Disney, Star Wars, Star Trek, Gender, Suicide Squad, Movie Theater Etiquette, Marvel, Lord of the Rings, and so much more. 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.

148 – Sex Education and Smoothies

For the second time in totpod history, we venture out into to the public to record an episode. This week, Snopioca, an awesome shaved ice, milk tea, and smoothie place in San Antonio, allowed us to record at their Babcock location. So we immediately begin to discuss the ins-and-outs of sex education. Other topics include Television, Sports, Decapitation, Star Wars, John Hurt, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Star Trek, Doctor Who, and everything in between.

147 – Quit Talkin’ Split

In this week's episode, Jimmy, Jason, and Jessica gather to have a discussion. This week's topics include: Jessica's recent trip; Movies like Snowden (2016), Bridget Jones's Baby (2016), Suicide Squad (2016), Logan (2017), The Taken Series, Nerve (2016); This year's Razzie Nominations, Star Trek, Star Wars, Fan Cut Movies, The current state of Horror movies, School, Split personalities, The new Netflix series "A Series of Unfortunate Events", and lastly they comment on Trump's immigration policies.

146 – Get Some Empathy Or Get Out

With David and Jessica out of town, Jimmy and Jason sit down for a nice civilized conversation that quickly turns controversial. They begin by discussing the career of actor Will Smith and a hypothetical reboot of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" with a CGI Uncle Phil. This leads us to the previously-discussed topic of Star Wars and the recent announcement from Disney saying they have no plans to use a CGI Carrie Fisher. The discussion of untimely deaths gets them talking about Heath Ledger and Nolan Batman movies. A few tangents later including: Child stars, Adam Sandler, Family Guy, etc; the two find their way to more controversial waters. They discuss Caitlin Jenner, Trump, Guns, and a possible Bathroom Bill, similar to North Carolina's, being passed in Texas. We welcome feedback - if you agree or disagree please leave a comment on any of our social media sites or email us.

143 – Hindsight is 20/16

Good Riddance 2016!!! it's common knowledge that 2016 sucked big time; so Jimmy, Jason, and David get together to discuss some of the biggest events of the year. At least that was the plan, soon after we discuss a couple of the recent tragic celebrity passings we quickly go off the rails and head down some possible controversial roads. Topics include: Politics, Medical Advances, Society, Gender, Racial Equality, Virtual Reality, and so much more.

124 – The Phantom Menace (CaH)

Jimmy, Jason, and Travel Red Class host David compete for glory in the perverse and likely offensive battleground of Cards against Humanity. After discussing some opinions on the newest Wonder Woman trailer, Star Trek Beyond, Suicide Squad, Munchkins, among other things, they battle to find out about such things like Obama's weakness, Batman's guilty pleasure, alternative medicine, little known sports, and so much more. NSFW also bear with the audio - Card games and handheld mics don't mesh well.

6 – Science Friction

In this week’s episode, Jimmy and Patrick discuss Mystery Science Theater 3000’s return, the recent backlash against Stephen Colbert, the new trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and much more. Also, things get heated as an impromptu Star Trek vs. Star Wars debate starts.