This week on Look Forward, the guys discuss the new Senate health care bill, special elections, Obama administration's handling of the Russian hacking, possible Syrian chemical attacks in the future, and stupid Jason Chaffetz.
This week on Airing of Grievances, the guys are back to discuss the episode dealing with refusing to eat, back scratching, mannequins that look like you and much more! The two host have a heated debate on the battle between pies and cakes, customer service stories, personal hygiene and more.
This week on Look Forward, the dynamic duo of political podcasting is back to sadly discuss the Steve Scalise shootings and its implications, Republicans work to try and hide the healthcare bill from Democrats and the public, Mike Pence hires private legal counsel, votes being tampered with by the Russians and its implications and much more
This week on Look Forward, the dynamic duo of political podcasting is back to dig in on three major topics. Jay and Andy look at the Comey hearing, Jeff Sessions hearing, and the UK election. What have we learned from the testimonies? Does our opinion of the Russia-Gate story change based on Comey's new revelations? More on this and many other topics sprinkled in.
This month's episode of No Time To Bleed takes us back to 2003 in which the guys sit down and rewatch and talk about "Cradle 2 The Grave." Arguably one of the dumbest movies yet simultaneously hilarious films that ushered in the death of the Black film renaissance, and gave rise to the rapper-turned-action-star subgenre. Its silly, its over the top, and its perfect for No Time To Bleed.
This week the dynamic duo of political podcasting is BACK! After a brief and tumultuous time off, Jay and Andy do their best to go through the timeline of fuckery that is this current administration's normal. From the first overseas trip, terrorism in Europe, and the ever growing Russian investigation the guys do it all.
This week on Airing of Grievances, the guys discuss the episode entitled 'The Dinner Party." The four characters all join up to head to a dinner party, but first must stop to pick up wine and dessert. George laments on party protocols, while Jerry and Elaine are forced to fight over the last babka. The hosts discuss whether or not you should have to bring items to a party, wine, and drinking at dinner.
Brad and Micah are joined by Jay to review arguably the most important Bond film to this show: 1995's Goldeneye. We discuss the story of how Pierce Brosnan was cast as Bond, the strong cast of memorable characters, the mild shift to CG for the first time ever in a Bond, the impact of having a female M for the first time in the franchise, why this particular film is near and dear to our hearts, and much more!
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