A couple of episodes ago Josh commented that he thought that 1994 was the best ever year for music, so the guys decided to countdown their favorite songs from 1994 to see just how good a year it was for music. Also in this episode: Has Josh found the best designed bottle? The Mailbag, Netflix’s The Watcher and a puzzling email.
Skip and Josh take a break from counting down their favorite things and instead catch up on some news from the world of sports and pop culture including: The Canadian men’s soccer team, the NFL playoffs, Tom Brady’s retirement, The failed Tampa-Montreal baseball plan, some bad uniforms, and Josh’s newfound love of curling.
Skip and Josh discuss some of the most famous movie and TV franchises that they have never seen. You know those movies or shows that are so popular that everyone at the office or on social media is talking about, still somehow you just weren’t interested. Also in this episode Josh tries to explain Netflix to his dad and the end of Blackberry.
This one is a little hard to explain. The guys put their fandom of their favorite teams to the test with this question- What if all of your favorite teams were playing in their championship game on the same day at the same time, which one would you watch? Also in this episode: Bagels, Listener mail plus some Netflix and podcast recommendations.
In this rare mid-week non-sports episode, the guys discuss how they are passing the time in this new world of self-isolation. Josh is sad to see Schitts Creek and Modern Family come to an end, he is also loving Better Call Saul. Meanwhile Skip is excited for the new seasons of Cardinal and Killing Eve. The guys disagree on the merits of binge watching share some weird cautionary tales about Netflix and Uber Eats. Also, what the hell is Quibi? Recorded April 11, 2020.
In this episode: Listener mail, questions about the Major League Baseball season, some actual college basketball news and betting on weather. The guys have been watching plenty of classic games and share some recommendations for TV, movies and podcasts. Recorded March 28, 2020.