James gets a strange magazine surprise and shares adventures in children's birthday parties. We argue about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Ray Romano, and TellTale Games.
BJ battles an illness and James is indifferent to it. Other topics include a quick Baby Driver review from James, unearthed Happy Meal toys from ages past, what movies we wish we could see for the first time again, and what will be sure to be a new go-to character: Mr. Spider-Man.
"Bro, do you even curio?"
Learn all about BJ's exciting new curio cabinet, how horribly Shrek has aged in the past few years, and awkwardly celebrate Harry Potter Day.
We talk about the rumors of a Joker movie and how dumb it would be to make that, especially starring Jared Leto. Other topics include the Defenders, BJ finally finishing Iron Fist, and which comic book or cartoon character is secretly a white supremacist.
James has an accident-free week. We catch up on news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con including the new Doctor Who, the Flash solo movie, some new trailers like Justice League. We also chat about Netflix buying Millarworld, Skybound making a deal with Amazon Studios, and dumb misogynistic comic fans. Finally, James watched Yoga Hosers and it was a piece of crap.
We talk about Spider-Man: Homecoming! Spoiler alert: We liked it, didn't love it. Also, James shares a tumultuous tale about his drive home from a Yankee game.
James buys himself a treat. We have a discussion about the concept of Bathos in modern day movies, primarily super hero ones. BJ offers to watch James' kids. We talk about Joan Lees' death.
This week we talk about the Han Solo movie director shake-up, what we hope for the Spider-Man movie franchise, no one cares about the Inhumans, and James' awkard experience in Target. This also has my single favorite post-credits sequence ever.
And we're back! James and BJ sit in their respective kitchens to do a deep dive into Wonder Woman, sharing the tons of stuff they loved about it and the miniscule amount of things they didn't. Also, where they hope to see the DC Cinematic Universe go from here. Lastly, a brief remembrance of Adam West. RIP Batman.
Monica returns for another review of the CW DC Universe TV shows including Supergirl, Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow. We also recount our journey to the CW Upfront presentation including the awkward sales gags and the lack of celebrity meet-and-greets.