This episode we discuss some of the strongest comedy shows of the past year that might receive a nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series. Then we talk about some of our favorite comedic performances for Best Actor and Best Actress in a Comedy Series.
The Emmy Awards nominations are announced Thursday, July 13, 2017. This episode we discuss what television shows we feel have the best chance at scoring a nomination and which shows we feel might get snubbed. Then we discuss some of our favorite acting performances from the past year that might receive nominations as well.
It’s the halfway point of 2017 so we decided to discuss some of our favorite moments so far from the year. We each had three different picks: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. Check out if your favorite moment of the year made our episode!
Gold: Moonlight wins Best Picture
Silver: Noah Hawley dominates television
Bronze: The Good Place finale
Gold: Man Seeking Woman Season 3
Silver: The Leftovers Season 3
Bronze: Get Out
During the second part of our high school movies episodes, we pair more films with high school subjects. We also take some common high school related topics, such as detention and flirting, and pair them with movies/scenes of our choice. Finally, find out what our favorite high school films are.
Here are the subjects/topics covered in this episode: Music, Health/Sex Ed, Detention, Flirting, Senior Pranks, Studying for a Final Exam.
School is out! To celebrate all of the students enjoying their summer break, we go through some of the common high school subjects and pair them up with movies and scenes of our choice. Also, find out what kind of teenagers Mike and Rob were when they were in high school themselves.
Here are the subjects covered this episode: Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Physical Education.
Happy Father’s Day! This episode we pay tribute to some of our favorite fictional fathers from movies and television shows. From Mike, he picked Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor from Home Improvement, Daniel Hillard from Mrs. Doubtfire, and Sam Dawson from I Am Sam. Rob picked Eric Taylor from Friday Night Lights, Homer Simpson from The Simpsons, and The Man from The Road.
When Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson jumped ship from wrestling to becoming a movie star with The Scorpion King, his future was bright with a surprising $91 million domestic gross. Fifteen years later and almost $3 billion worth at the box office domestically, Johnson is now considered one of the most bankable actors in Hollywood… but should he? Baywatch just flopped to a pathetic $18 million opening, so the question is, how bankable is he really? We discuss and debate this issue.
This episode we take a look at our predictions for the Summer Box Office wager and talk about what films we were right about and some films we weren’t for the month of May. We then preview the film, Wonder Woman, and discuss how it has the potential of being one of the highest grossing films of the year.