Dunkin has officially changed their name and things will never be the same. Join us in this dirty filthy city for an in depth discussion of would you rather, special Jamie Kennedy edition. We talk about Dr. Prison, the sure fire sequel to the Mask, Jim Carrey’s wonderful year. Don’t miss info on the new Will Smith Genie from Aladdin, the Disney Plus Marvel shows, and Matthew McConaughey selling you a car. Remember that monkey doesn’t need to be cgi. And we ponder if Will Smith believes in Will Smith anymore. Stay tuned for a thrilling dangerous conclusion.
The Rejects ward off a heckling audience member. Deven reviews Glass and does a breakdown of M. Night Shamalyan’s career. The boys create their own version of What Men Want. Discussing the Bird Box challenge, the new Ghostbusters and a full Oscars breakdown.
Deven and Kirk experienced New York Comic Con (NYCC). The golden years of birthday parties at the roller rink and trading cards are discussed. Greg found a pack of vintage Ghostbusters 2 cards and they are opened on the air. Daredevil Season 3 and the Vice trailer drops. Kirk stops by the Robert Kirkman panels. Andrew Lincoln is leaving the Walking Dead TV show. Deven worked the Harry Potter Audible booth. Hans Gruber drops by to ruin all our fun. James Gunn joins Suicide Squad 2. The Lethal Weapon TV Show is back. Greg saw A Star Is Born. Tom Hardy as Venom invades the show.
Kirk reads the hate mail. An in depth look at the failure of the new Ghostbusters movie. Batman’s naughty place make its first appearance. Tommy Wiseau somehow still has some sort of career. Sean Penn’s new show The First and Hearts Beat Loud reviewed. Making a Murderer Season 2 is coming. The long term brain damage of binge watching. Deven loves Harry Potter.
The boys attempt to start a t-shirt business. The Captain Marvel trailer drops. Fox is still trying to sell the idea of Sean William Scott on Lethal Weapon. The Dad from Alf hits hard times. Greg reveals his secret Instagram account. Kirk gushes over Springsteen on Broadway. Exploring the worlds of binge watching and the philosophy of True Detective.