Untenable Podcast, Episode 140: The Drunkening

The one with unnecessary details.

In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay return, slightly tipsy and ready to talk about Mike’s gaming foray into the new God of War game, Nintendo’s Labo, his reaction to the sequel Supertroopers 2 and Netflix’s Lost in Space, while Jay rambles on endlessly about things tangentially tied to all subjects at hand.

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The Untenable Podcast, Episode 138: Watching the Throne

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The one with the tribes.

In this week’s shorter than usual episode, Mike and Jay take a roadie to see Marvel’s Black Panther and talk about their initial thoughts of the movie.

The Untenable Podcast, Episode 137: Force Yoga Across the Universe

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The one with breaking down the beats.

In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay primarily talk about their Last Jedi opinions on the backlash and their own feelings about the experience, as well as some talk about current state of television.

The Untenable Podcast, Episode 136: Domestic Blitz

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The one with joysticks and night sticks.

In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay talk about video game excursions over the holidays, including Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, Call of Duty: World War II, Homefront: The Revolution, and NBA Live ‘18; and all of this with a domestic disturbance that plays out in the corridor outside of Jay’s apartment.

Intro song: “Breathe” Collective Soul  Outro song: “Run” Collective Soul

The Untenable Podcast, Solo Cast: Talkin’ About Coco

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The one with the offerings.

In this week’s solo cast, Jay reflects on his experience with Pixar’s Coco, and remembers the dearly departed and lessons learned about Day of the Dead offerings.

Link to New York Times article about Danny Lozano’s store and his role in the community

The Untenable Podcast, Episode 133: Ragnarok’n in the USA

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The one with the unnecessary pacing.

In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay share their reactions to Thor Ragnarok, Stranger Things, Season 2, and share some insights about gaming and the need to apply overly contextual readings about the games’ contents.

 

Intro song: “Planet Sakaar” Mark Mothersbaugh
Outro song: “Eulogy” Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein