Episode 44: 45 Is The New 44

Okay, so, first things first. You have to ignore what we say at the beginning, middle, and end of this episode. Specifically in re: the episode number. See, it’s been so long since the last time Nate decided to grace us with his presence we were able to record that I figured the episode count had somehow  incremented without us. Kind of like the cobbler and the shoe elves or possibly the weird homeless guy that sneaks into your house and rubs his junk in the butter tray, I just assumed someone else would record and post a show for us and also put pubes in the okay you know what this analogy isn’t working.

But back we are, and all hell follows with us! And by “hell” I of course mean Nate.

We start off this “shake the rust off” show with me reviewing (and completely spoiling) Argo. Nate actually made it out to the theater, like a month and a half ago, and saw Dredd 3D, and gives us his thoughts on that in case you wanted to rush out and not see it in the theater, because it hasn’t been there for like the last three weeks. We wrap up the first segment with my review of Looper. The review consists of me mumbling and stammering because I didn’t want to spoil anything. Seriously, Argo is probably a better movie, but Looper has some true “holy shit” moments that make it the more interesting movie.

For the second segment we go in depth and “hard news” about the Disney/Star Wars mega merger. Ha ha! No, seriously, it’s just 20 minutes of our best Darth Vader impersonations.

We wrap up the show with a graded list of our favorite Marvel movies ever made. Yeah, this would probably have made more sense like three months ago, but whattayagonnado.

And that’s about the size of it, folks. It’s got plenty of length and a little bit of girth. Sure, it’s flaccid after the first five minutes, but the doctor says that’s normal. And you know, you could take better care of yourself. Maybe put on something sexy. Change it up a bit. Keep the fire alive.  Be more thoughtful. Shower.



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