This month's episode of No Time to Bleed is all about the 2006 black comedy/action film, Crank, starring Jason Statham. He plays a hitman who is given a poison that effects his adrenal glands. He is then force to go from one adrenaline fueled outlandish event to the other in order to try and kill the man who gave him this death sentence. Its insane, stupid, action heavy, and ridiculous…we loved it.
Airing of Grievances episode 46, The Opera, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where Jerry, George, Kramer, and Elaine head to the opera. Meanwhile Crazy Joe Devola threatens Jerry and is simultaneously dating Elaine unbeknownst to Jerry and Elaine. The host also discuss scalping tickets, wedding speeches, stalkers and much more.
This month we tackle the third, and arguably most beloved (but not by all of us!), film in the James Bond series: Goldfinger! Guest starring special guest Carl Vaughan of the Hypocritics podcast we discuss why Gert Frobe felt especially uncomfortable during one particular scene, why Bond is at his most inept in this film, the massive popularity of both the film and the Aston Martin DB5, and much, much more!
Airing of Grievances episode 45, The Cheever Letters, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where George has to meet Susan's parents after burning down their cabin, Jerry's talking dirty, and much more. The hosts also talk playing golf, having a little shame, and mentioning parents.
This week on Look Forward, Jay is joined by Andy from the Flawedcast Network to discuss Super Tuesday, Mitt Romney's return, Caitlyn Jenner's bizarre thought process, and apparently the size of a candidate for president's penis size.
Airing of Grievances episode 44, The Bubble Boy, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where George meets a boy trapped in a bubble and Jerry has a hard time writing personalized notes. The hosts also discuss embarrassing laughs, fighting with the less fortune, and much more.