The gang tackles the new teen sci-fi drama The Innocents and the controversial Insatiable. We also have a podcast first, new insights on boredom, and everyone recommends some binge worthy non-Netflix content.
Dark Tourist and Somebody Feed Phil are up for discussion this week. Somebody Feed Phil was brought up previously and things got a little heated between Brian and Dixon. Find out how everyone else feels about this divisive show.
On this episode, the boys discuss the emotionally moving Chinese film “Us and Them” and the feature length Royal Caribbean commercial “Like Father”. They also delve into the seedy underbelly of international box office fraud. This episode will make Cars 2 look like Cars 1.
Two sci-fi Netflix original movies are the topic this week. Will we binge or purge Extinction or The Warning? Nick tells us some embarrassing on the job moments before his non-review of Boss Baby and of course the guys get into a debate over the rules of the show. See if you can figure who … Continue reading #32: Us and Them -vs- Like Father →
This week we review two of the top rated Netflix Originals, Mystery Science Theater 3000 the Return and Happy Valley. We finally catch up on some punishments including an invention idea from Berry and we learn in great detail what Brian’s dating life is like in the modern world. At some point we discuss the … Continue reading #31: Happy Valley -vs- Mystery Science Theater 3000 →
This week the boys review a couple stand up specials. Most of us weren’t looking forward to it, so find out which comedian pleasantly surprised us. Later on, someone screws up the secret role, and is outed as being a full blown moron.
This week the guys discuss which take on fatherhood brings out the most laughs, Little Evil or The Legacy of the Whitetail Deer Hunter. We also try to figure out if Mel Brooks movies are any good, who’s in or out on Adam Scott, and the last good comedy everyone’s watched.
This week we take another trip to Nick’s Japan Corner to discuss two wildly different anime series, “DevilMan Crybaby” and “Violet Evergarden”. We play a game of B&P Superlatives, and the battle over Drews’ punishments continues.
This week we discuss the United States addiction to “Focus” drugs in the documentary Take Your Pills and the state of cryptocurrency in the short form docuseries Explained. We have another game of Urban Flicktionary, and a pod member threatens to leave the show over a punishment, starting a war between two other pod members … Continue reading #26: Take Your Pills -vs- Explained →
Debates abound in this episode where we discuss two space documentaries, Mercury 13 and The Mars Generation. We also find out someone on the podcast has been to Space Camp, and apparently all dads love space.
Evil Genius and The Rachel Divide are the topics of discussion this week. We get a recap of that French guys comedy from last week’s loser, the guys debate transgender vs transracial, and we play some Would You Rather. Come hang out and see if you can spot the contrarian!
The fellas have a bet going on what movies will make the top 10 in the summer box office this year. In this bonus episode, they go over their picks and try to predict where the top summer films will shake out.
Two foreign language shows are up for binging and purging this week – The Rain and Dark. Last week’s loser gives us his thoughts on A Christmas Prince, we have a contrarian in our midst, and we play a new game called Urban Flicktionary. Come listen and play along!
The fellas discuss binging or purging two reboots, Lost in Space and Reboot. They debate nostalgia and decide which robots would make the best friends. In trying to discover who was the contrarian or sleepy streamer, there is a huge twist that could destroy the very fabric of the show.
This week we discuss Bobby Kennedy for President and Trump: An American Dream while the Sleepy Streamer tries to blend in with the conversation. Berry recaps Christian Mingle, Slipknot comes up for some reason, and the guys go way off the rails with some Would You Rather.
This week we’ve got a contrarian in our midst while we discuss a couple food shows on Netflix. Chef’s Table: Pastry and Ugly Delicious. Can you figure out who is feeding us false opinions? We had some trouble weeding through it, find out if we came to the right conclusion.