Our coverage of the Lethal Weapon TV series saga continues as Clayne Crawford is replaced with Sean William Scott and Damon Wayans has a Twitter meltdown. Greg recovers from a near death experience. The boys think about taking a trip to Denny’s or White Castle and brace themselves for the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story. A spoiler free Deadpool 2 review. Jake Gyllenhaal joins the Marvel Universe.
Clayne Crawford is out as Martin Riggs in the Lethal Weapon TV series. The boys take action and put Kirk’s hat in the ring for the role. A scene that was in the original Lethal Weapon script but cut from the film is performed. Deven coaches Kirk’s audition. A twist of fate with breaking news throws a wrench in the plan. Also, Deadpool 2 and Cobra Kai get a shout out.
DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR.
Thanos has arrived! It only took 20 films but we are here. The boys discuss the mysteries of the film and try and predict the future. Take a trip down Marvel memory lane to arrive at the biggest film of all time!
The boys perform a scene with a special look into the future of toilet paper from Demolition Man while reminiscing about the first time they saw nudity. Kirk gets serious about the importance of Donald Glover’s music video This Is America and the meteoric talent of Zazie Beetz. Iceman performs a fly by. Deven gives a full rundown of Shane Black’s screenwriting history and an update on the new Predator movie. A Quiet Place is reviewed. Greg won’t be dining at the movie theater any time soon. Deven attempts to grow a mustache.
In this action packed episode, the boys perform a scene from the unforgettable classic Batman and Robin. Deven breaks down the destruction of the script. Bad reviews from the McDonald’s in Union Square. Greg returns from Japan. Kirk ruins Tom Hardy for everyone. A spoiler free look at the Avengers: Infinity War opening weekend.
The boys contemplate the antics of a lethargic disinterested middle aged Spider-Man. Deven and Greg wrestle the dashing and handsome (and part-time synopsis writer) Kirk to take his blood pressure. Deven takes an in depth look into Ready Player One the book vs. the film and his personal bubble. Greg considers becoming a professional librarian. Netflix’s Lost in Space and Isle of Dogs are reviewed. Iceman of Top Gun fame swings by for reviews in ‘too close for missles, I’m switching to gum.’
In this nostalgia fueled episode, the boys travel back to a time when Blockbuster Video reigned supreme and L.A. Gear got you picked first for kickball. 80’s and 90’s youth consumerism is wistfully remembered as Kirk and Greg discuss getting relentlessly harassed for clothing choices. The psychological value of Jersey Shore is dissected leading to a dramatic reading of the most disturbing pizza reviews you’ve ever heard.
The podcast has been officially released into the world and the boys consider what will happen if the reviews crush their souls. This, of course, leads them to wonder if they can make PewDiePie money and if the old lady at McDonald’s was faking that hot coffee burn. A thrilling scene from Star Wars is parodied and Hans Gruber crashes the show. Also, if you’re looking for strip clubs in the Times Square area… don’t ask us.