Yes, we know it's Friday. But it's Thursday somewhere, right? In this very special half hour episode, Tanner Calvert goes one on one with comedian Kevin Farley before Kevin's big shows this weekend at the Laughing Gas comedy club in Cape Girardeau!
On tonight's show we absolutely do not interview former Yellow Ranger Karan Ashley. But we do talk a little bit more about d23, Marvel single player games, and those douches in charge of Ion Fury.
It's the biggest show we've ever done, and our first show recorded live in front of an audience! We teamed up with Cape Comic Con for a pWu/Nerd Up hybrid show, and along with special guest host Austin Lane and a returning Double H spoke with wrestling legend Animal and prolific voice actress Veronica Taylor!
We're back! We have an all star cast of six tonight to help you ring in the new year! We recap our Christmas gifts, talk about our hopes for 2019, shun Bird Box, and heap praise onto Spider Man Into the Spiderverse!
WARNING - Lindsey's microphone decided to hate your ears. Sorry about the audio probs! New year, new technical issues!
Tonight we go all in on the new Avengers Infinity War blockbuster! We tell you what we liked, what we didn't like, and what comes next for Earth's mightiest heroes! Plus - Groot actually drives one of the members of the cast completely insane!
Literally everyone else is out tonight, so Seanán & Dalton tag team a very serious topic - media bias, media censorship, and the recent controversy around the Sinclair Broadcast Group. It's not all serious though - our Chingy Quest continues, and we also discuss wrestling training!
YouTube told us that it's not clickbait! Mr. 100 takes you on a ten minute thrill ride before he packs up his bags and drags Lindsey to Pennsylvania for a week! It's short, it's pointless, it's mildly entertaining...it is the embodiment of his life.
Mr. 100 and the Five Star Man are back after their Christmas break, and have the joyless responsibility of talking about the Logan Paul incident that has set the internet on fire. We take creators to task for what they try to get away with, and call out YouTube for the way they are handling this travesty. We also sharing some personal experiences with depression, suicide, and where we go from here.