Fifteen Years of Horrible Choices – Ep216 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast

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This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss the numerous Superbowl TV spots for upcoming movies, gravitational waves, Supergirl, Youtube Red programming, Hail Caesar, Universal Monster movie news, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice’s final trailer, Deadpool, Bad Boys, Star Trek, and much more.

Review: Zoolander 2

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Fifteen years ago, we were graced with the beautiful satire comedy of Zoolander. Now, for some reason, they’re releasing a sequel. Was a Zoolander sequel needed – even wanted? I would probably say no to both; despite that, Zoolander 2 manages to be an entertaining and funny (if inconsistent) revisiting of this world of really really good-looking men.

PREMIUM Airing of Grievances – Ep43: The Watch

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Airing of Grievances episode 43, The Watch, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where Jerry and his parents are bickering back in forth about who pays at a restaurant. The two hosts also discuss sex multiple times a week, professional counseling, the pop-in, and much more.

Mouthful of Toast – Episode 35: “I HATE UMINEKO”

Carrie, Nathan and Justin take on the topic of second seasons in this fresh slice – some that should never have come into being, and others that need to happen that aren’t quite here yet. Plus, there’s plenty of news in this episode, including the latest on the upcoming season of Sailor Moon Crystal, plus a “new project” for Cardcaptor Sakura!

Hungry, Hungry Hippos! – Episode 130 – Dense Pixels Podcast

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This week we discuss Kickstarter scams, disingenuous hackers, extravagant PC accessories, and more!

Iowa, Robots, and Feminism – Look Forward Podcast

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Jay is joined once again by Rob to discuss post-Iowa caucus news, Obama’s war on drugs (a good one), Bernie vs. Hillary, Feminism on the campaign trail, unemployment numbers, Marco Rubio, and much more.

Review: Deadpool

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Deadpool is the first mainstream comic book movie to be rated R since 1998’s Blade starring Wesley Snipes. Since that time, the subgenre of films has been largely PG-13 and has enjoyed massive financial and some critical success. Enter, Tim Miller’s new entry into the genre, Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds who has been the properties biggest advocate since he played a version of the character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Miller alongside Reynolds, with the help of writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have created one of the best comic adaptation in recent memory.

It Doesn’t Matter! – Ep215 – The Nerdpocalypse Podcast

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This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss dwindling comic sales, DC multiverse theories, smarter Hulk in Thor 3, recasting Wolverine, Danny Trejo in the DC universe, Rogue One details, Gotham’s returning cast member, Legends of Tomorrow, Power Rangers casting, and much more.

PREMIUM Airing of Grievances – Ep42: The Wallet

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Airing of Grievances episode 42, The Wallet, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode when Jerry’s parents come up from Florida to visit. Meanwhile George is negotiating with NBC for the pilot. The two hosts also discuss the dynamic of paying or not paying when out with parents, and how to deal with random phone calls.

What the Hell is Dabbing? – Episode 129 – Dense Pixels Podcast

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This episode we’re discussing whether we care about a new Ghostbusters game, applaud Utah for their progressive legislature, debate whether or not a Japanese person has ever met a Native American, get to the bottom of the Dabbing craze, and more!