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Hiking the Westworld Infinity Trail

This week the topics are all huge in scale and importance. They start with a discussion of Superman on the 80th anniversary of Action Comics #1. Each of them discusses their favorite Superman stories and versions of Superman. They then discuss a plan by the producers of Westworld to stop people from spoiling the second season of the show. Then they tackle the Avengers Infinity War. They discuss who they think will live and who may die in this epic battle that will be the culmination of the...


Hyper Peanut Cosplay

This week the guys have a special guest in cosplay artist Stephanie Stone. In a dedicated central segment of the show they talk all about the world of convention centered cosplay from EVA foam armor to the “Cosplay is NOT Consent” movement. Also, this week they talk about the latest developments in the Hyperloop technology. Finally they examine a recent paper about a new vaccine against peanut allergies. All the Time We Have is a weekly podcast where three geeky friends try to talk about...


Ready Player Three

This week the guys rant about the recent comments by Simon Pegg about J.J. Abrams’ original intension for Rey’s lineage. This leads to a discussion about retconning and the possibilities of ret-retconning in the upcoming Star Wars Episode IX. During a discussion of the best trilogies of all time, only one of the guys actually chooses a trilogy. Then they talk about Donald Glover being released from the animated Deadpool series. During this topic they go over his released script, which...


Bonus Episode: Interview with Matt Dunford

We had a great time interviewing Matt Dunford about the upcoming San Diego Comic Fest on April 20-22. We talk about the history of Comic Conventions in San Diego and Matt's love of all things comic book. Listen to find out how to win free tickets to this wonderful con!!


Shock and AWWW YEAH!

This week the guys return to their regular format and conquer a wide range of topics in a shorter than average length show. First, the guys definitively answer the question about what animal, if shrunk down, would be the cutest. They also pay their respects to Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhino. Be sure to listen to find out which one of the group has grown cells from that Rhino. Then they reveal who from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) will be joining Brie Larson in the Captain...


WonderCon Super Episode

In this week’s special WonderCon episode of All the Time We Have, the guys have a fun freestyle discussion about WonderCon and the New SYFY series Krypton. This week there are no dice, no topics and no rules. In this short and slightly goofy episode the guys have a good time doing a slightly off format show. Be sure to listen for the very special, this episode only, audio effects they guys made for this Super special episode.


The Sky is Falling

The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Well, maybe not but it feels that way. This week the guys talk about three stories that reflect the end of the world, or at least the end of an era. First they talk about imminent uncontrolled return to Earth of the Chinese space station Tiangong. Then the guys discuss the upcoming SyFy original series Krypton where you can watch Superman’s grandparents running around without powers on a planet that you know is going to blow up. For their third topic...


Legends of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

This week the guys talk about legends from the past, the present and the future. They start with the reexamination of the bones of Amelia Earhart. Contrary to a certain episode of Star Trek Voyager, new scientific evidence suggests her bones were found on a Pacific atoll in the 1940’s. Then the guys talk about modern day legend Kevin Smith and his recent heart attack. They also try to dissect why this story hits so close to home and share their favorite Kevin Smith stories. Finally they...


What's Next

This week the guys look into the future of three of their favorite things, aside from raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. First, they look at the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the upcoming release of Infinity War, they mull over where the story has been and where it is going. They then discuss the future of Joss Whedon. Now that he has dropped out of the Batgirl project where is he going to go? Finally they look at the future of everyone’s favorite corporate tool,...


Country of Origin

This week the guys try to answer fundamental questions about who we are and where are we from. They start with a quick Q&A about superhero origin stories. Listen to hear the integrated origin story of the Team All the Time. Also learn about Kevin’s lifelong fear of computer explosions. Then follow the guys through a discussion of Ancestry DNA testing, the origin of Wakanda from Black Panther and finally the origin of the most unusual Olympic Skier you have ever heard of. As usual, the...


The Best Around

This week the guys delve in to the world of competition. They start with what is currently the biggest competition in the world: The Winter Olympics. Specifically the ever exciting world of mixed doubles curling. A topic kevin knows almost too much about. Then they move on to the return to the ring in Reseda That is YouTube Red's upcoming mega hit Cobra Kai. Find out why some of the understand that this sequel series to the Karate Kid is needed in the world and why some hate the idea....


The Future is Now

In this episode the guys talk about the future of movies, the home and outer space. Be sure to tune in to hear Ron crying about horses on TV and to hear Kevin wonder "Where's the Beef?"


Hollywood Hamilton Labo

This week, the guys discuss the new Nintendo Labo, Ron talks about how great Hamilton is, and we discuss the Hollywood Rumor Mill. Find out why Ron thinks Legos with instructions are not creative, and why Kevin is a bit wary about the new Star Wars: Solo film.


Copyright Star Wars Lightning

This was a super fast episode. The guys get together to have a nice relaxing episode, but instead are under the gun to finish in 24 minutes. It's like an episode of 24, but without terrorists, killing, running, or torture. So it's nothing like 24. Listen in to find out if they succeed in talking about all their topics before the time runs out. Spoiler alert, they don't quite get there.


Copyright Slow iPhones

This week, the guys talk about Apple intentionally slowing down their iPhones, their thoughts about "The Last Jedi", and quickly go over copyright laws. Oh, and did I mention it's the first episode of their second season? Well, it is! Hooray!


Fires, Amino Acids, and Movies! Oh My!

This week, the guys talk about the Southern California Fires, re-visit the Amino Acid topic from last week, and finally talk about all the new movies coming out in 2018. Hold on to your seats, and find out how close to the fires Ron actually got, why Kevin doesn't like sushi (we don't actually talk about this, but if you're reading this, now you know), and what movies the guys are looking forward to the most.


All Science, All The Time...

This week, the guys try to tackle some science topics, but with Ron bowing out because his voice was giving out, Kevin and Jon decide to go to something they are more familiar with; Comic TV Shows! Give us a listen and don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review.


Throwback Thursday

In this week's episode, we look back to the 70's to early 2000's. We talk about Star Wars, and what we loved about the original trilogy; we talk about our favorite movies growing up; and we discuss Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Find out why Kevin went to Arby's for Thanksgiving, learn why always bringing gravy to Thanksgiving dinner is essential, and why Super Mario Bros (the movie) ranks up there with the Godfather (not really) This week's sponsor is Audible, go to...


Thanksgiving Special 2017

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! This week, we chose to spend time with friends and family, so we don't have a full episode for you. But, we did manage to spend a few minutes talking about some things we are thankful for. Enjoy!


Tagging Beaumont

This week, the guys take a last look at some fall TV shows and answer the age old question... If Inhumans had been a movie, would it have been better than the TV Show? Also we look at Me, MYSELF, and I; discuss the possible legal issues of cancelling House of Cards; Do another Tag & Release; and finally Discuss Beaumont: City of the Future. This week's episode is sponsored by Lyft. Get a $5 discount on your first Lyft ride today. Become a Lyft driver today


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