This week, Scott & Kevin discuss the new frog species that bears a striking resemblance to a certain Muppet, Coyotes on New York's Upper West Side, the White House killing terrorists, but also killing some citizens, the possible TV series based on the movie, Galaxy Quest, the new Full House spinoff and the most recent episode of Silicon Valley. Naturally, there is another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies. The last round had Kevin gaining a little more ground with the score up to 7-5 (but still in Scott's favor.
In this week's episode, Kevin & Scott discuss what may be the future of cable television, make some early predictions about the 2016 election and some early impressions of the next installment in the Star Wars saga. Scott tells a story about encountering a skunk, then tells of his encounters with Google's changes to Chrome. The guys discuss the start of the NHL Playoffs, and the new Apple Watch. Naturally, it wouldn't be a show without a round of We Don't Know About Movies! We come into this week's episde at 7-4 in Scott's favor.
Since this episode falls during Passover, Kevin and Scott discuss their bread withdrawal, which is a perfect segway into the wedding being sponsored by Burger King. Since Hollywood seems to be all about bringing back old shows lately, the guys discuss the return of the 1966 Batman show (in animated form) and the return of the Muppet Show. Also the quasi return of the Golden Girls (in Lego form). On the new show front, we talk about The Comedians (the new show with Billy Crystal and Josh Gad) and the new season of Silicon Valley starting soon. Of course, we finish with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies!
This week, Scott and Kevin discuss the Indiana Religious Freedom Law (cause everyone else is), the new host of The Daily Show and his old Twitter jokes, and we discuss the rest of late night's changing landscape. Of course, this is followed up with another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies!
With Good Friday, Passover, and Easter all coming soon (and at almost the same time), Scott & Kevin wanted to bring you a special mid-week episode.
This week, Scott & Kevin discuss the plane crash in the French Alps, the upcoming Fraggle Rock movie, a new Mr. T TV show, the X-Files mini series, Ted Cruz being from Canada, and Taylor Swift (and Microsoft) buying their porn based domains. Of course, it wouldn't be an episode of Citizen Ho without a round of "We Don't Know Shit About Movies!"
This time it was Scott's turn to visit Florida, but his flight home may have been the most memorable part of it. Next, Israeli politics have returned to the American news scene, so they've made a return to Citizen Ho, as the guys discuss the election. They also discuss Hillary Clinton's email, the possibility of a new Mallrats movie, the most interesting win on Jeopardy in a long time, and the Penn State frat house scandal.
Scott and Kevin read some emails from listeners, discuss the political climate and Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to the US Congress, the two recent plane crashes that made national news, Syracuse's NCAA troubles, William Shatner's attendance at Leonard Nimoy's funeral, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6, and (of course), another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies!
This week, Kevin and Scott were a little delayed since Kevin just returned from Florida, but they discussed Kevin's trip, the Oscars, the return of DuckTales, DangerMouse, and Inspector Gadget, the prospects of Kosher marijuana, the passing of Leonard Nimoy, we wondered what color "that" dress is, an eventful showing of the 50 Shades of Grey movie, and of course another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies. We're also now sponsored by Audible! The podcast is growing up so fast...
This week, Kevin and Scott look forward to the start of Spring Training, the return of A-Rod (well we discuss it anyway), the retiring of three uniform numbers from our youth (and Chuck Knoblauch's important thoughts on it), we review some of the SNL 40th anniversary show, discuss the Rabbi Goon Squad trial in NJ, talk about some upcoming movies that should have never been made, and, of course, another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.