We talk Deadpool 2 (no spoilers), the Royal Wedding (Kind of), interbreeding in Star Wars, and then a bunch of TV shows (Westworld, The Last O.G., and more) and Cartoons (Thundercats Roar, Rise of TMNT, Transformers, and more).
We discuss the perils of DM'ing, cover some recent entertainment news for movies and television, play an exciting round of Undebeatable, and determine whether fictional movie Mothers are good or terrible at being Mothers (Happy Mother's Day).
We talk about TV shows for a while, follow up on our Infinity War discussion (spoilers), play a very brief round of Undebeatable, and then play a great game that was inspired by ridiculous movie promotional items.
Here are the images that we were looking at while playing the game at the end of the show. All of these images are real. Also: If you want to play along, you might not want to view the gallery until after you listen, as it may spoil some of the items for you.
Tommy and Skippy discuss Avengers: Infinity War in depth (and with spoilers).
I was telling Skippy about this first video recently. When I went to find it, I was delighted to learn that a sequel video has been made.
This episode has everything: Cults, Cannibals, Andrei Tarkovsky, Birdhouses, Videogames, Avatars, Wonder Women, and The Rock. Other contenders for the title of this episode were "Count Von Munchindong" and "There Just Wasn't a Place For Me There." Enjoy.
We talk Billy Mitchell, Sex Criminals, and AI generated content. We then play a game inspired by the absurd Darths of the old Star Wars EU, and end with 2 solid rounds of Undebeatable.
The dog was drawn by Josh. It is of Elwood, who can often be heard in the background of the show. The rest was scribbled and put together by me DIY style. I suck, so it took way longer than it should have.
Tommy and Skippy review 'A Quiet Place' (with spoilers) and also discuss Lord of the Rings, The Ritual, Truth or Dare, and Black Panther. We then talk about the Marvel Cinematic Universe in general and share our speculations on Avengers Infinity War.
Tommy, Skippy and Josh talk about crazy people, cults, sci-fi speed dating, Airwolf, and the weird tribalism of modern nerd culture.
We talk about Pacific Rim: Uprising, Jessica Jones, the bizarre fandom of modern Sonic games, and more. We play 2 games (one inspired by the previously mentioned Sonic fandom, and the other inspired by the last lines of movie characters), and play the final round (of the first 16 rounds) of Undebeatable. I meant to name this episode "A Shared Stroke" but I forgot and it's too late now.
We ramble through a bizarre grouping of topics including Stephen Hawking, Mick Foley, Terry Gilliam, Gross People, Stardew Valley, the Legend of Korra, Death Wish, Walker Texas Ranger, Sonic Mania, Monster Hunter, and some other stuff. We also play a trivia game based on movie posters.
We talk random movies (A wrinkle in Time, Christopher Robin, The Guyver), random cartoons (Star Wars Rebels, Voltron, Freakazoid), random TV shows (Jessica Jones, Deadwood), discuss collecting old video games, Rom Hacks, play two rounds of undebeatable, and then play the Rotten Tomatoes game.
We (vaguely) talk Star Wars Rebels, play two different trivia games (one about early D&D items, and the other about the history of video games consoles), and play a weird round of Undebeatable (featuring a Marvel second stringer who is possessed by the spirit of Vengeance and a galactic hero who is from a distant past as well as a distant galaxy.)
This episode is a special clip show collecting the first 8 rounds of our fictional fighting tournament called UNDEBEATABLE, where we childishly discuss who would win in a fight between two randomly selected fictional characters (from movies/comics/video games/television/and more). It's as fun as it is dumb.
The fights include:
Ceasar the Ape Vs. 90's era Lobo
Ash Williams Vs. Shredder
Django Vs. 70's TV Version of Captain America
The T-Rex from Jurassic Park Vs. Furiosa
John Constantine Vs. Frankenstein's Monster From Hell
Venom Vs. Thunderlips the Ultimate Male
Sinestro Vs. The Predator
Swamp Thing Vs. King Leonidas