Kara Kimbrough and TK Matteson are comedians, and wife and husband (see what we did there). Performing separately, together they host the Rebels of Comedy shows around the LA area. They’re also a total hoot. CREED hit theaters this week, how is it that the seventh entry in a 40 year old franchise can feel so fresh and relevant? Does every piece of intellectual property require an extended cinematic universe? Hollywood seems to think so. Christmas is lovely, Christmas music, not so much, especially when it starts in late October. The most crooked sport in the world - why that would be the Paralympics.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Pablo Marz is an actor and storyteller who runs the LA based show, “Tell-It.” We tackle the most pressing issue of the day - would you kill Baby Hitler? It’s been a slow news week, so instead we discuss what books we’ve been reading. Will has been offered some writing gigs, the problem is, they’re all unpaid, and he has some thoughts. Are emus dangerous? Asking for a friend.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Arron Fenton (@agentfenton) co-hosts the “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” recap show with Will on Collider. Forget that though, she used to be a stuntwoman and, thusly, has awesome stories! The latest James Bond film, Spectre, opened last week - were we shaken? Or merely stirred? The Donald hosted SNL, was it bad? Or the worst thing ever to air on the history of television ever? ESPN shutdown its prestige, long-form journalism site, Grantland. It’s easy to blame the corporate parent, but Will has some thoughts to the contrary. Never trust an old Austrian woman with a pile of money, trust us.
Sunday, November 1, 2015
Oscar Sagastume (@oscarsagastume) does it all - comedian, three time Moth champion, husband, father, podcast guest. Star Wars tickets went on sale - we relate the heroic tales of how we purchased our tickets for opening night. Mets. Royals. Who cares, the World Series are over by now (spoiler alert, the Mets lost). Grown ass adults are paying good money to sleep at the museum. We don’t like these people. A chicken in Australia has its own twitter feed and Sean could not be happier.