Joe, Brandon, and Allan start off with the wide variety of holiday releases from parodies to heroes, Guardians of the Galaxy to the Dial of Destiny. Then, they wonder if cat scratch fever is actually controlling your mind. It just might. There are lots of new televisions shows coming out and the guys are of mixed opinions about them.
Joe, Allan, and Max catch up on the current mission to the moon and the plans NASA has for the very near future. Then they get to discuss the themes, issues, and the bathroom of the latest Star Wars series, Andor.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan begin with heavy hearts as the Batman universe says farewell to the iconic voice of Kevin Conroy. Joe brings up the latest movie with Daniel Radcliff, Weird – The Weird Al Yankovic Story. The guys all agree that Daniel is making a great career out of off beat movies. Brandon leads a heartfelt review of Wakanda Forever and his hopes for future projects. They wrap up with a preview of the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention.
Brandon offers up a few insights into the changing future of D.C. movies. Josh Mason joins the guys to talk about making fan movies. Memphis has an E-Sports team based at the University of Memphis, and HBO-Max is making some hard choices and letting some shows like West World go.
Allan accepts the Cod vs Catfish challenge and serves up a blackened dish of each for the crew to figure out which is which.
Joe and Brandon leap straight into how over sharing a character’s back story makes them less interesting. Brandon goes over a lot of the changes at D.C. Studios. Joe and Allan enjoy news from Mars that proves a few of their old predictions can come true. Then, Max leans into his theory about the prison system portrayed on Andor.
Joe and Allan are joined by Brandon from Geek Tank Radio as they start off with a question from a listener about tiling a bathroom. Next, they all get to remember the infamous in-floor furnace that may still be in use today in some older homes. Brandon has lots of Halloween decorating advice and they all enjoy the history of the Winchester Mystery House. They wrap up with new news about gas stoves, fireplaces, and heating.