Jon, Shane, Bobby, Riley, and Phil revisit a famous episode of Game of Thrones with Blackwater, and a lesser-known one from the third season entitled Walk of Punishment. Also, Shane cannot stop talking about Cutthroat Island and Jon takes Riley's latest edition of the Power Ranking personally.
Jon, Shane, Bobby, Riley, and Blair continue their journey through the highlights of Game of Thrones with Baelor (episode 1.9) and What is Dead May Never Die (episode 2.3). We praise the show's cinematography, and although we skipped the episode that contains it, we devote some time to the infamous 'Play With Her Ass' scene.
Jon, Shane, Bryan, and Lane discuss Cutthroat Island, Free Fire, and Heat in our latest movie trio episode. Tune in as we try and name famous cinematic apes and resurrect fan-favorite segment Cruel Masquerade.
The MMC is nostalgic for Game of Thrones, so we're going back and talking about some of our favorite episodes. We start with the pilot, Winter is Coming, and A Golden Crown, finding time in between praising young Bran Stark and Viserys Targaryen to gauge our chances at the Poddie Awards. Shane also remembers a time when Jon showed him something in a hotel room.
Jon, Sean, Joe, and JR get together to talk about What They've Been Watching, and they've been watching a bunch of TV. We talk about Parks and Rec, The Office, GLOW, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Teen Titans Go To the Movies, Netflix's Love, Ducktales, some baseball youtube channel, Leave No Trace, Only the Brave, American Dad, Brothers in Blood, and final season of The Americans.
Jon and Drew discuss our latest three movies: The incredibles 2, Brigsby Bear, and Beatriz at Dinner.
Jon, Shane, and JR talk about the best movies and TV of 2018 at the halfway point, including You Were Never Really Here, A Quiet Place, and the World Cup. Shane also hangs out a shingle for podcast services and Jon worries that he planted his basil too close to the road.
Shane, Jon, and Sean talk about Fahrenheit 451, Come Sunday, and The Meyerowitz Stories on our latest episode, as well as bring up Broken Arrow for the first time in two decades and propose a stunt that will probably result in Jon's death.
Shane, Jon, and Blair discuss our latest three movie reviews (The Disaster Artist, Mudbound, and The Iron Giant). Ever the supportive wife, Blair overestimates Shane's talent at web creation. We also answer the eternal question: Mary J. Blige, yea or nay?
We haven't posted a podcast in a while, but Jon, Shane, and Bryan come roaring back with a discussion of the just-ended seasons of Silicon Valley and Barry. Barium is an element, like silicon is, and it sounds like Barry. Get it?