This week, Kevin shares the fun of his toddler's obsession with a single episode of a kids' show, the guys discuss ways to minimize Jury Duty, Scott shares his legal troubles (aside from Jury Duty), and makes a musical offer to the audience...
This week, Scott and Kevin discuss the latest mass shooting tragedy (Parkland, FL), which of course brings up (again) the gun control debate. On to less serious matters, they play a round of We Don't Know S%&t About Movies.
Well, it only took about a month, but Citizen Ho finally got around to offering their thoughts on The Last Jedi (because Kevin finally saw it). Of course, there are the usual political goings on to discuss and a round of We Don't Know S%&t About Movies.
In the Annual New Year's Episode, Scott and Kevin say goodbye to an "interesting" year of 2017 and welcome 2018. Of course, there is a round of We Don't Know S%&t About Movies.
After another long break between episodes, there was a lot of Trump goings on to discuss, between the Flynn Indictment, the rest of the Russia investigation, and the usual Tweet Storm, that a theme this week was what was going to eventually end Trump's presidency? Oh, and there were some pop culture discussions too :) Also, a round of We Don't Know S%^t About Movies.
In a matter of good timing and (maybe) luck, this episode was recorded the evening after the indictments were released in the Mueller Investigation, so naturally, that was a topic of discussion. Also, Kevin recants a tale of losing his phone earlier in the day and how he recovered it. Finally, there is a round of We Don't Know S#^t About Movies.
In an odd coincidence, episode 113 was recorded on Friday, the 13th (of October, no less), so needless to say, Scott and Kevin cracked bad jokes about it. And if that wasn't spooky enough, Donald Trump is still President, and then the guys had to address mass shootings (again) after Las Vegas. On a lighter note, there was a round of We Don't Know S#!t About Movies.
After a long (unplanned) hiatus, Scott and Kevin return, although remote recording puts a bit of a damper on things early on, but the technical issues get worked out, and of course Las Vegas has to be brought up, along with the untimely death of Tom Petty. On to more positive news, Scott gets a new job! Finally, the guys play a (long) round of We Don't Know S^&t About Movies.
For the first time in a number of weeks, the guys are recording while physically in the same room again. The last couple episodes were recorded remotely and because of it, we have a "lost" episode. And since that tech has it's reliability issues, the guys talk about their other tech (cell phones, tablets, etc) that eventually fails to work properly (mostly due to battery life). Then, gears shift and Scott tells us which things in pop culture have the largest followings (Star Wars, Harry Potter, sports teams, musicians). Then, there is, naturally, a round of We Don't Know S^%t About Movies.
Due to technology difficulties with our last episode, the actual episode number of this one may be in dispute. But we'll try and simply keep things in numerical order and the other episode can be our "lost episode." Oh, and something happened in Viriginia last week and our President's reaction to it was, well, less than stellar. Also, the guys discuss interleague play in baseball and New York's subway series. Then, there's a round of We Don't Know S%^t About Movies