In this episode, which we are horrendously late in posting, Scott & Kevin talk about some of the Oscar nominees and (essentially randomly) pick some winners. You see how truly wrong they were and why they truly Don't Know S&$t About Movies.
In this episode (the first of 2019), the guys discuss a show they just started watching: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, although Scott still has a lot of watching to do. Naturally, there are some politics to discuss, and Scott is celebrating his new kitchen, and obsessed with Kevin's son's special coin bank.
Scott & Kevin are back just in time for the election, to talk about Trump, the Republicans, and how the Democrats will likely change nothing even if they take the House. Oh, and this will NOT be any discussion of movies....
Yes, its been a while since the last episode, but the guys (well, one of them) have a legit excuse. You'll see early on in the episode. Then the discussion turns (naturally) to the Star Wars Universe (and a little bit of Trump).
This week, the guys dish on the latest with El Presidente, Scott's history of cars, Scott's nephew beginning his driving career, the recent celebrity suicides, and Kevin breaks down the fun that is the show, PJ Masks.
This episode finds Kevin & Scott discussing the newly released YouTube Red series, Cobra Kai (written by Josh Heald, someone Kevin & Scott actually know, sort of). The guys also (finally) discuss the Ready Player One movie (over a month after it came out), and Scott talks about his recent jury duty experience in the great state of New Jersey.
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.