The guys discuss the official announcement of Bill & Ted Face the Music, preview Season 2 of San Dimas Today, and announce an excellent Bill & Ted Day Celebration at Vinyl Tap in Nashville on June 9, 2019.
In the Season One finale, the guys look at the critical reanalysis of the first Bill & Ted movie that occurred in the wake of the film's thirtieth anniversary, mess up some easy facts, discuss Alex Winter's film "The Panama Papers," and finally figure out who should play Rufus's daughter in Bill & Ted Face the Music.
To celebrate their 10th episode, Jason and Kelly are joined by Mike Shepherd (Tower Defense) and Cody Newman (New Man) to discuss how Wyld Stallyns would work as a band, time travel theories, the film's soundtracks and so much more.
In this episode, the guys kick things off by discussing a few aspects of the Bill & Ted Universe that haven't aged so well. After the airing of grievances, they partake in a refreshing interview with 80’s icon Diane Franklin to discuss her career, filming Excellent Adventure, and how a college exam ushered in an age of curly hair.
Jason and Kelly interview Oscar-Nominated Composer David Newman and discuss his career and involvement with both films. Also, the guys go over listener feedback and discuss the musicians who provided the the guitar solos in both films.
It’s Halloween, Dudes! In honor of the holiday, the guys discuss Bill & Ted’s worst fears and some fears of their own. They also delve into the much darker original ending to Bogus Journey, the amazing career of William “Grim Reaper” Sadler, and how Deacon Logan is the worst. Official site: www.sandimastoday.show Instagram: @sandimastoday Twitter: […]
Jason and Kelly talk with special guest Terry "Napoleon" Camilleri. Also, the guys discuss the personages of historical significance, the actors who portrayed them, and suggest that Bill and Ted may have turned Billy the Kid from murderer to den mother.
Jason and Kelly look at all things Station, consider the hidden tragedies of a white-washed of heaven, discuss the power dynamics in Missy's various relationships, and review Faith No More's "The Perfect Crime." STATION!
Jason and Kelly debate the magic of haircuts and interview Bill & Ted co-creator, screenwriter, and novelist Chris Matheson who kindly sheds light on a variety of topics like Ted's mom, a proposed alternate title and some enormous robots we were fortunate enough to never see.
Jason T. Meares, Esq.* and Kelly Hoyle Bolick introduce themselves and waste no time diving into the ground rules for discussing Bill & Ted. Later in the show, childhood dreams are destroyed by deciphering the lyrics to “Two Heads Are Better Than One” as a grown adults. Official site: www.sandimastoday.show Instagram: @sandimastoday Twitter: @sandimastoday Facebook: […]