We’re back at Cradle Con and sitting down for some in depth interviews. The real life Peter Griffin, Rob Franzese, tells us about his cosplay life. From video games, to Family Guy, to a trip down pop culture memory lane. Searching for Sean Connery.
In this landmark episode, Greg hatches a plan to time travel and stop serial killers through pure honesty. The boys tackle attempting to cook the perfect frozen White Castle and provide a taste test. Reading online reviews of White Castle. Kirk announces the Rejects new venue opening this August! Recapping our time at Cradle-Con. The Batman Wedding is coming.
The Usual Rejects Podcast panel in front of a LIVE audience from the Main Stage at Cradle-Con. We grab an audience member and perform a scene from Back to the Future 2. The movie Tag is reviewed. Kirk pitches his idea for the next Jurassic World movie. The boys discuss train sets.
The boys are broadcasting LIVE FROM THE CRADLE-CON show floor and are stationed in front of a display of space toilets. Interviews abound with cosplayers and actors alike. The winner of the Adult Cosplay contest stops by. AMC Theaters introduce their own Movie Pass. A group of Puerto Rican Assassin’s Creed cosplayers show off some serious coordination. Jeremy Ambler of the Walking Dead teaches us about Zombie School, the tension during Frank Darabont’s last days on set, and the new Netflix movie The Haunting of Hill House.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor, the Mr. Rogers documentary forces Greg to confront the dark corners of his soul. A movie mashup scene of Mighty Ducks and Glengarry Glen Ross is performed. The fear of hair loss is analyzed while Kirk tries to convince Deven to use Rogaine on his facial hair. The boys discuss the trolls who went after Star Wars actress Kellie Marie Tran on social media. Kirk recaps info left out of the Variety article on Lethal Weapon. Greg teaches us about Neil Armstrong and the Ryan Gosling film First Man. White Castle introduces veggie sliders. Jim Carrey returns in Showtime series Kidding.
The Variety bombshell article drops and Kirk tries to wrap up his investigation of Clayne Crawford’s firing from the Lethal Weapon TV series. A scene from Brendan Fraser’s The Mummy is performed. Greg hops over people being arrested on the street. The boys try to solve the homeless crisis. Deven likes to ride the escalator.
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.