In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay share their joint reactions to Pixar’s Coco, as well as their continued frustrations with the DCEU and Justice League’s shortcomings, and Mike also wanders into some gaming territory while Jay rambles on his own gaming journeys lately.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay talk of Mike’s issues with the inefficiencies of Mafia III, some Zelda, Jay’s interest in the Alex Jones child custody saga, a preview of the coming Very Special Episode aka State of the Division, and share their thoughts about and make a wager whether DC or Marvel will prevail at the box office with Justice League and Thor Ragnarok, respectively.
The one with the homecoming of Chuck Cunningham. In this week’s episode, Jay and Mike talk of their gaming adventures of late, and ruminate over the fate of the DCMU with rumors of Ben Affleck’s departure and Mel Gibson considered for Suicide Squad 2.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay explore the future of Supernatural, nitpick the DCMU and celebrate the victory of Captain America: Civil War, as well as recount Mike’s adventures with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,Battlefield 1, and Halo Wars. Jay also speaks of his new found obsession for David Lynch’s time capsule of pop culture, Twin Peaks.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay spend too much time trying to figure out where Josh Trank’s swan song, Fantastic Four, went wrong; they also speculate how this could affect other comic book movie properties. They also say goodbye to exiting talk show host, Jon Stewart. Also, gaming talk.