In what will go down in history as the greatest April Fools Day prank ever pulled off, there was no episode posted yesterday. We were suppose to but we didn’t. Classic.
Anyway this one is about the latest MCU offering Captain Marvel and all the stupid made up controversy surrounding it. I’m pretty tired from PAX East still so I’ll just say this. If you hated this movie just to hate it then you’re wrong and really need to reconsider. Give it a chance. It made a ton of money despite some people’s best efforts and overall was a great time. We address all of that and keep things completely spoiler free so don’t worry.
See you next time for our annual PAX East video episode where we show off some more hidden gems in gaming. Stay fresh cheese bags!
Hey, we didn’t post an episode yesterday because it was April Fool’s Day, and you would have been waiting for jokey-jokes the whole time – by waiting a day, you can now listen to this episode, safe and secure in the knowledge that there is *nothing* funny about what we’re doing here. That’s my promise to you!
Everyone keeps begging for more sketch collection episodes! They love our mad flowing improv and crazy funny characters! It is in honor of that request that we made our lives too busy to put out a new episode.
This is a sketchisode.
Well, really, this is a sketchisode post, which is the post that goes with the sketchisode.
The sketchisode post is going *so* well right now. I hope it keeps going so well, all the way to the end of the sketchisode post, which is coming right up. It’s now. Good job.
The Umbrella Academy is a show about people discovering their true power. More specifically it’s about multiple children that are born suddenly with mysterious and strange abilities and then adopted by an eccentric billionaire who trains them to be super heroes. It’s odd and funny and generally just a good time all around. We talk about it in this one and it’s a good listen if I do say so myself.
You can discover your true power by downloading all of our episodes and stuff. Bam! Brought the theme around and closed the post perfectly! I’m so good at writing you guys.
Hey there, friend! Welcome back!
We got that fresh ‘tent you was looking for!
That Ultra Fresh Content, you crave? We got it!
We’re talking about The Umbrella Academy, and guess what? We’re doing it spoiler-free, so you can listen whether you’ve watched it or not!
(Watch it though, it’s good!)
Love is in the air and everyone is feeling a bit insane as a result. It’s just that time of year. Also for those not afflicted with the build up of oxytocin bonded closeness it can be a bit tougher right now than usual, maybe depressing even. That’s where science comes in.
Well science fiction technically. In this episode we discuss the new Netflix original show about identity and human connection called Maniac. It’s a trippy crazy story that is not afraid to explore some pretty serious stuff in a creative and often fun way. Check out this spoiler free coverage and see if it sounds right for you. Ok here’s just one spoiler … it’s great!
Thanks for listening!
Against all odds, we’ve done it again: Recorded, edited, and produced another humdinger of an episode for your listening pleasure!
I don’t have anything else to say, and I’ve gotta get the episode to Josh so we can technically be on time, so that’s it for me! See you next time!
We’ve been here before. An episode is due. A deadline looms. We know we need to deliver, but life is getting in the way. Is it possible we’ll find a solution in time? Is there some way to cheat the system? Would we even do that?
Impossible to say. Anyway, unrelated to all that we decided to release this one day later so it lines up with the holiday movie it’s based on. The movie we always planned to talk about on this episode from the very beginning. Let’s discuss Groundhog Day!
We’re not late.
What can I tell you, we saw an opportunity to do an episode two days late and call it “On Time” and we took it. Why? Because we’re innovators, that’s why.
Anyway, this ep’s all about *everyone’s* favorite holiday flick, Groundhog Day.
It’s a real good episode, I think, so listen to it a couple dozen times.