In this weeks discussion of the episode "A Small Problem", Emily and Mazza talk about Max increasingly demonstrating the range of his skill set which Gwen seems to be oblivious of, the social implications of owning five Roombas, and the possibility of Grey Matter's Three Butt Holes.
On this week's discussion of the episode "Lucky Girl", Emily and Mazza discuss the ultimate cop-out that is the inclusion of magic in a sci-fi show, bad superhero names, and another completely fabricated backstory for one of the one-off characters.
In this weeks discussion of the episode "The Last Laugh", J and Mazza talk about how Max can actually be competent for once, applying actual science to the logistics of an evil plan, and a brief eulogy for the true unsung hero of the whole show.
In this week's discussion of the episode "Tourist Trap", J and Mazza talk about good synth music, everyone's favorite musician Shaggydog, and literally the worst writing you have ever seen that makes no sense like seriously what the fuck.
In this week's discussion of the episode "The Alliance", J and Mazza talk about how real the show can get when it wants to, further reflection on Vilgax's business practices, Max's glory days, and motherfucking CYBORGS.
In this week's discussion of the episode "Kevin 11", J and Mazza talk about Ben's trust issues and willingness to break the law, the fact that many people should be dead and are not, and the fashion crime that is wearing khakis with a goth get-up.
In this week's discussion of the episode "Permanant Retirement", J and Mazza talk about how the show can do horror really well when it wants to, Max yet again making some really unnecesarily bad decisions, and even more animation inconsistencies.
In this discussion of the episode "The Krakken", we are introduced to the idea of alien life already existing on planet earth, and J and Mazza discuss The Boy Who Cried Wolf, animation inconsistencies, and the idea of child agency.
In this discussion of the episode "Washington B.C." we meet a Stereoypical Villain™, and J and Mazza discuss using the same joke twice in an episode, how much you should hammer in your moral, and pretend they know what good characterisation is.
Welcome to Hero Time! In our premiere episode, J and Mazza talk about the first episode of the show, "And Then There Were 10", discussing such topics as the questionable choices of 10 year olds, puns, and Max's weird food thing.