The grisly reality of Spider-Men(Persons); Harrison Ford and Danny DeVito are pretty spry for their age; the obsession with murder porn in the zeitgeist; and a wild but somehow true (because Florida) tale of baby tossing.
We don’t exactly hate the new Mortal Kombat movie (spoilery details), Sean downplays the epidemic of suicide and drug overdose (hilarious), somehow we squeeze in more love for that weirdo Tom Cruise, and we share some details about our time as roommates.
We dive into a very specific portion of Jurassic Park and its famous director, which leads us into a discussion about whether Harrison Ford is a jerk. We also consider a Mission: Impossible / Bond crossover and delve once again into the scientific certainty that we're living in a simulation.
Mike's temporarily dead, so sitting in for him is the mostly alive Patrick Passafiume. He's got a list of grievances, which we somewhat address, but mostly ignore. Because who cares about crap like that when the moon is getting faster!?
Joe is possibly being haunted... by the living. And to whom do we owe thanks for making sci-fi and fantasy budgets bigger? Do people remind you of people, and some people don't? That's basically a quotation from this show... Jesus...
Do COVID vaccines grant superpowers? We talk about lesser and greater X-Men—X-People, more accurately. We also try to find sources of income for broke superheroes. How are you broke? Try harder.