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What the world was waiting for: Jake and AJ discuss Humanzees! Jake chooses his NBA team ahead of the play-offs, AJ reviews Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Steve Blackman gets too many mentions in a bleep heavy episode. AJ lists his top unfulfilled British footballing prospects from the past 15 years whilst Jake mentions unmentionable fan signs at the wrestling.
#8: Captain America 2 Was Alright...
AJ and Jake, in the bumper eighth episode of the FFB Podcast discuss Arsene Wenger's managerial future, Nigel Farage features in a film pitch and we dissect Christopher Nolan's career in this week's film review. Jake reviews John Bradshaw Layfield's cunty career and disgusts AJ with his Quick Dish of the Week and AJ explains why Bebe loves football in the much maligned Bebe Watch.
#7: Prawns Don't Surf
AJ fights through the hangover of the previous episode to discuss food aplenty in the first half of Episode 7. We discuss whether or not Sol Campbell should have got the Oxford United job, Jake announces his eleven of double-barrelled footballers AND a bench and AJ updates on Bebe after his loan move from Eibar to Rayo Vallecano. The latest Chocolate World Cup qualifier ends in a thrashing, we discuss Cartoon Conspiracies and Tim continues to recuperate in his pronunciations.
#6: The AJ is Hungover Episode
AJ and Jake bring the high energy to your March Monday morning. AJ confirms, in an exclusive for Conspiracy Corner, whether Tupac Shakur is dead or alive and there is huge controversy in the Chocolate World Cup qualifier between Mars and Double Decker. Jake describes his love of Curling, AJ switches roles and pitches a Kevin James film in Stupid Little Pitch and we debate whether Dele Alli should be in England’s World Cup team.
Film Companion: Paul Blart - Mall Cop
Join AJ and Jake for FFB's first film companion - as one reviewer calls it, the 'Oscar worthy' Paul Blart: Mall Cop. No, we will not be doing the sequel.
#4: 'And The Mic Now Works' by The Verve
In the fourth episode of FFB, Jake and AJ have fixed the microphone and come at you with the biggest crock of conspiracy horseshit you've ever heard - THE FLAT EARTH THEORY. Also, we have a review of Colin (2008) as well as online reviews of the film, Boost takes on Lion bar in a shocking change of rules for the Chocolate World Cup and Alex continues his good form in baby toy song covers. There's no room for George Boyd in our team of the week although he could be added for Episode 5 and...
#3: This is a Simulation
AJ presents The Simulation Theory among other psuedo-scientific features in an episode three BONANZA! Jake pitches Phil Neville as a paleontologist, Dairy Milk Caramel battles Crunchie for a place in the Chocolate World Cup and a dubious baby song cover. A bizarrely sensible team of the week in the last recording in North Yorkshire for the boys as AJ disappoints in Bebe watch - much like Bebe's career - and AJ reviews Australian film Wake in Fright.