Airing of Grievances episode 70, The Cigar Store Indian, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode that is loaded with "oooops I appear racist" moments. The two hosts discuss lying to get laid, racism humor, Jet magazine, overcorrecting when it comes to race, owning and using a TV guide and much more.
This week on Look Forward, the guys are back with special guest, Brad from our other show Dense Pixels (video games). The three talk about the epic GOP failure to pass the ACHA healthcare replacement, more Russian investigations, and the fallout from trying to get Gorsuch on the supreme court.
The Timothy Dalton era begins as Micah and Brad are joined by special guests Jack from The Nerdpocalypse and Josh Peterson from the Field of Geeks podcast to discuss The Living Daylights! Find out why this Bond film can be difficult to watch today, why we think Dalton gets a bad rap, the crazy story that landed Dalton in the role, why this Bond film, on paper, should have been one of the best ever, our official episode sponsor, and much more!
This week on Look Forward, the two hosts are broadcasting from inside Obama's shadow government to bring you news on the CBO scoring of the GOP proposed healthcare plan, the Trump administration's proposed budget, Rex Tillerson vs. North Korea, and much more!
Airing of Grievances episode 69, The Masseuse, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where Jerry is dating a masseuse who he is trying to convince to give him massages. Meanwhile Elaine is dating a guy who the same name as a notorious serial killer in NYC, and George is obsessed with getting Jerry's new girlfriend to like him. The hosts discuss the pressures of not being liked, who they didn't like in the past, being labeled assholes (and being fine with it), and a metaphor for sexual assault.
This week on Look Forward, the week starts off OK for the Trump administration but then goes off the rails yet again! We are only in WEEK 7 and there is finally a GOP proposed healthcare plan, massive cuts to the state department, uptick in Yemen bombings, and much, MUCH more!!!!
This week the dynamic duo of political podcasting is back! Trump's week starts off "reasonable" but like every single week before it that lasts about 8 minutes. The host discuss a little know person who got tossed out of the Trump administration this week, Jeff Sessions commits perjury, there is a new travel ban, and Ben Carson proves that being smart on paper is worthless.
Micah and Brad agree: if loving this film is wrong, we don't want to be right! We review Roger Moore's seventh (and final) outing as James Bond in A View to a Kill! Find out why we love this film despite how awful it actually is (hint: it may have a lot to do with the villain). We also discuss the famous theme song, the actual worst sound cue in Bond history, the most ham-fisted insertion of a movie title you'll ever see, review Roger Moore's career as Bond, and much more!