James tries to cheer BJ up with tails of Deadpool 2 and Solo. We also talk about some new trailers like Halloween and Wreck It Ralph 2. James closes the episode with "The Field Day Story." BJ is fine.
It's all Avengers, all the time as we review Avengers: Infinity War, the film that is currently dominating the box office. This stand-alone film that is most definitely not a first part of a larger story is pretty friggin' great. Is there anything we didn't like? Find out inside? Also, we throw out an alternate way the Avengers could have taken down Thanos and decide just how many species Thanos attacked. SPOILERS ABOUND!
James recounts his trip to Texas, troubles with children cursing, and two recent ECPW: HV shows. BJ elaborates on his deep friendship with Neil Gaiman. We both look forward to Avengers: Infinity War and Deadpool 2, then mourn the death of Verne Troyer.
Lots to catch up on! We gush over the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer. Other trailers include Cobra Kai and Deadpool 2. Also, we don't seem to care about Ready Player One or Pacific Rim: Uprising. In other news, James goes to his first protest and BJ hates Lin Manuel Miranda.
BJ has seen Black Panther now so we have a more balanced discussion about how much we both loved the movie. Also, James gets a cavity filled, Superman is racist, and the Metropolis TV show is a dumb idea.
We talk about gun violence and brief thoughts on Black Panther as BJ hasn't seen it yet. Also, James does a sleep study with questionable results, stuff to watch on Netflix, and Brendan Fraser's movie jail.
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We're back! We catch up on movie news like Michael Bay possibly making a Lobo film and Joaquin Phoenix rumored to play the Joker in a new origin movie. We also review some new trailers like Venom, Ant Man and the Wasp, and Solo, but mostly Venom. All this and the return of Old Man Spider-Man!
We record our first full episode in person to gush about Star Wars: The Last Jedi for an hour. Spoilers abound as we talk about everything we liked and the very few things we didn't.
Monica returns for another rundown of the DC Comics shows on The CW, including Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Arrow. We talk about the seasons to date, the epic four-part crossover, Crisis on Earth X, the mid-season finales, and what we hope for with the rest of the season.