@HuddsMagruder, @RealRonWarner and Edwardo welcome back Jeff to talk about some real racy stuff including Lorde's new album cover. Some real domestic conversations happening in this episode as the fellas talk about some plain old life occurences.
@HuddsMagruder, @RealRonWarner and Edwardo get together once again to talk about Amazon's purchase of MGM studios, the hefty price tag for the meh and uncertain content library as well as Netflix doing an ad pilot.
@HuddsMagruder, @RealRonWarner and Edwardo are back to give their top five personally effectual bands or artists from when they were growing up.
@RealRonWarner and Edwardo discuss the new HBO Max movie Mortal Kombat. The guys also discuss sexualizing actresses like the Olsen twins, Emma Watson, and Milly Bobby Brown. Edwardo is trying to clean up his diet and get active again. Ron is doing nothing and not gaining weight.
@RealRonWarner and Edwardo talk about their plans to see @thatchaddaniels @spokanecc on May 12. Plus more on Martin Sheen's forced perspective acting style and Steven Seagal
@RealRonWarner and Edwardo meet this episode to talk collectibles like funko pops, other action figures, and other hoard able goods. We talk spatial repurposing like making a media room, and Ron talks about his Breaking Bad rewatch which leads to discussions about other TV programming.
On this episode, The Beard is here to talk about Tom Hanks and his Epstein ties, but first, is Edwardo moving to the Northeast? Maybe. Listen and find out more.
The Beard triumphantly returns to join Edwardo, Hudds and Brother Ron to talk about the almighty Tom Brady and Super Bowl LV. But first, are ring cameras our downfall? The guys discuss all this and much more!
Edwardo and Hudds are here to talk about Presidential executive orders and whether or not they mean anything, but first we talk about how being a landlord sucks. We also talk about the political divide in general, and mask mandates on a local level. When are things going to get back to normal? The guys discuss all this and much more!
Edwardo and Hudds are here to wax on about the travails of tying one's identity too deeply to an individual, or set of ideological values. The guys also explore monopolies, how they relate to social media and how we get our entertainment (i.e., streaming services).