Episode 246 – I’d Rather Be A Pig Than A Fascist

Nothing much happened in the world this week, so we’re just talking about Arrival, The NES Classic (and the Famicom Mini that Bill imported from Japan), Porco Rosso, Princess Mononoke, Westworld, The Crown, Overwatch’s Sombra reveal, Cheers, the TV Book, Dishonored 2 and we taste-test Peppermint Twinkies and “Sweetos”.

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Episode 243 – We(s)tworld

Heavy rains have driven Bill and Anne to record this week from a dining room, but what a rich feast we’ve got for you: Westworld and the Red Dead Redemption sequel tease, Thumper, Ladykiller In A Bind, the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta, Overwatch’s Halloween event and more (now somewhat spoilery) Crimson Peak […]

Episode 242 – Sexy Squirrel Man

Anne and Foley are back, so we’ve got three weeks’ worth of stuff to catch up on: Forza Horizon 3, Luke Cage, Mafia III, The Good Place, The Shallows, The Great British Bake-Off, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Crimson Peak, The Addams Family movie, Pitch, Jane Eyre and the works of that ol’ Star Hustler, Jack […]

Episode 174 – Sexy Hamburglar

This week we try not to slag too hard on first-person walking simulators while also yapping about the Lily Tomlin/Jane Fonda Netflix show Grace and Frankie, Mad Men, Game of Thrones and the deluge on unnecessary current-gen remakes of last-generation console games.

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Episode 149 – Potatoes & Molasses

We’re back after an unexpected hiatus last week to yell at you about what we did on Halloween (hint: it wasn’t much) and whether or not it’s even worth owning a current-gen console, and then blarble about The Babadook, Over the Garden Wall, the return of Bee & Puppycat and the latest drama in […]

Episode 123 – As Simple As Do-Re-Mi

Anne and Bill have returned from hijacking a Nazi truck full of unearthed E.T. cartridges, and so on this week’s menu: Orphan Black, Octodad, Burial at Sea Part 2, the Parks and Recreation season finale, the Game of Thrones controversy, Jeff Green beating Dark Souls and NES Remix 2.

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