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Episode 362: The Room

In this “very special episode,” Jack, Mike and Big Red watch the 2003 cult classic “The Room.” The decision to dedicate an entire episode to this masterpiece was inspired by the film “The Disaster Artist” starring James and Dave Franco. The best way to enjoy this episode is by streaming the video version below!

Episode 361: The Super Secret Star Wars Show

  • #GetExcite! Hyping up and theorizing Star Wars: The Last Jedi with fellow geek Andrew Martini
  • Life Day: Red saw the Star Wars Holiday Special for the first time
  • Watch This: Rian Johnson’s power as a writer and director
  • A Star Wars Signature: The importance of wipe transitions

Episode Xbox 360: Come On, Get Horny!

  • Xbox One X S One: Microsoft seems to be offloading their Xbox One S stock in favor of the Xbox One X
  • Television for Bitches: Jack and Mike know the pain of sitting through episodes of “Four Weddings”
  • Sex, Wheels, and… Babies: Washington couple busted for having sex while driving, with an infant in the backseat
  • How Fucking Dumb Are You? Arkansas couple names their daughter after the Olive Garden
  • This Week In…: RIP David Cassidy, and Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie is good, nostalgic fun

Episode 359: Pay-to-Whine

  • Philan-Fro-pist: Fro has a new business venture, guaranteed to either make him thousands and/or put him in jail
  • An Interview, kind of: “Deep voice guy” Aadam Clegg is promoting his band’s show – Chase the Past, Ralph’s Rock Diner in Worcester, MA – November 25th, 2017
  • This Week In…: RIP AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young, and Stone Temple Pilots introduce their new frontman
  • Pay-to-Whine: Lootboxes and micro-transactions are ruining video games, while classics, rehashes and Skyrim re-releases thrive