The Big D sits in with us tonight, and the panel starts off by talking about a very serious subject that quickly devolves into discussion about Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, music at your workplace, and, of course, Air Bud. Plus - can the Tuesday crew stop Dalton from using the F word on a family friendly show?!
Mr. 100 and the Five Star Man call in help from Nerd Up's Jesse and Dalton to talk about 2018's E3 event. What were they impressed by this year? Which company was underwhelming? Why should EA be renamed "Can't Get Right?" Find out tonight!
Cape Championship Wrestler owner Jason Wells returns to PZ85 to preview this weekend's extremely important Ashlynn McClure Memorial show! The gang also talks Super Show II fallout, indy wrestling troubles, and some Eric Andre goodness to cap off the night.
Tonight we go all in on the new Avengers Infinity War blockbuster! We tell you what we liked, what we didn't like, and what comes next for Earth's mightiest heroes! Plus - Groot actually drives one of the members of the cast completely insane!
Tonight we talk about the things we hated before we ever even gave it a chance, AND the things we were excited about and ended up hating. There's also some stuff in here about 90's superhero TV shows and that damn Szechaun sauce...
Ally is out tonight but we got an A+ ringer to fill in! Nerd Up's Jesse joins the show tonight to talk all about the Joker. The internet is going nuts about Joaquin Phoenix possibly playing the man who laughs in a new movie, and we want to put our two cents in!
Tonight's all bout ice, ice...baby. We lament the winter hellscape we find ourselves in now, and afterwards talk about those weird Japanese shows on Spike TV in the early 2000's, the state of virtual reality, and briefly discuss Netflix's most expensive original - Bright!
Mr. 100 and the Five Star Man are back after their Christmas break, and have the joyless responsibility of talking about the Logan Paul incident that has set the internet on fire. We take creators to task for what they try to get away with, and call out YouTube for the way they are handling this travesty. We also sharing some personal experiences with depression, suicide, and where we go from here.