This week we activate our Zeta-Beams and travel back to Krypton (pronounced Crap-ton or Crapped-On) and provide our updated opinions after watching episode 6 (Civil Wars). We also start to discuss the Fall TV lineup, but quickly realize there’s just too many damn tv shows. So, grab your hoodies and join us to see which shows remain guilded and which will end up rankless and ousted from society like a dull boring scene from Krypton.
Topics include: Krypton, Gotham, Pennyworth, Joel Schumacher’s Batman, Designated Survivor, The Good Doctor, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, Agents of Shield, Modern Family, American Idol, Magnum PI, Helen Hunt, MacGyver, Manifest, Fear the Walking Dead, Cobra Kai
This week we discuss various 80s movies and how well they have held up over the years. Jennifer and Bryan provide some non-spoiler opinions on Avenger's: Infinity War as well as the new YouTube Red show, Cobra Kai. Kevin will never see all the Marvel movies, Bryan shocks the group by revealing he has not seen many classic 80s movies. Rob uses The Avengers to take another jab at Man of Steel (and annoy Bryan).
Topics include: Infinity War, Jaws, The Karate Kid, Cobra Kai, Pretty in Pink, The Breakfast Club, Revenge of the Nerds, Animal Hous, Some Kind of Wonderful, Weird Science, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Sixteen Candles, The Tick, American Pie.
This week the group covers some recent celebrity deaths and discusses depression. Also in this episode; Allison Mack of Smallville fame and her alleged role in a woman-branding sex trafficking cult. Jennifer continues her Marvel movie marathon on the road to Infinity War.
Topics include: R. Lee Ermey, Verne Troyer, Avicii, Barbara Bush, Jack of All Trades, LEXX, Allison Mack, NXIVM (Nexium), Black Panther, Ready Player One, Arrested Development, The Detour
The Incredible Hulk
Agents of Shield
Agents of Shield
This week Bryan, Jennifer, and Rob talk a little about an upcoming episode of Star Trek Discovery directed by Jonothon Frakes. They also review the first episode of the SyFy show, Krypton, which Bryan affectionately calls "Crap Ton".
This week Jennifer, Bryan, Kevin, and Rob share movies they enjoy that aren't necessarily well known, some of which might actually be good! From the not so creepy smile of Mr. Sardonicus, the "Great Allnighter" of Midnight Madness, the hillariously bad beach ball alien of Darkstar, to the terrifyingly bad acrobatic sexcipades of Showgirls. Kevin even throws a couple extra movies in just for good measure.
Join us this week as we take a trip back to our childhoods and talk about Saturday morning cartoons, live-action shows, and chracters in the 70s and early 80s. We actually manage to stay mostly on target this week so crawl out of bed, stay in your jammies, and curl up in front on the tv...err..computer...or whatever device you are listening on and enjoy this dose of nostalgia!
Some of the cartoons/shows discussed: Thundarr the Barbarian,Superfriends, Loony Toons, Scooby Doo, Laff-A-Lympics, Wonderbug, Speed buggy, Smurfs, He-Man, The Littles, Mighty Mouse, Inch High Private Eye, Bozo the clown, School House Rock, The Great Space Coaster.