This week, Scott gets to tell the story of a special delivery that arrived at his house the day before the show was recorded. Then, the guys discuss Ann Coulter's appearance at the Rob Lowe roast, the new iPhone 7, the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek, and Tim Tebow signing with the NY Mets. Of course they cap off the episode with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott and Kevin reflect on the loss of Gene Wilder, reminisce on their days playing the card game, Mao, and the upcoming Labor Day weekend with Tropical Storm Hermine on the way. Of course, they close out with We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott forgets (of all shows) a Family Guy quote, and the guys reminisce about their travels in the US and 80's and 90's TV. Of course, there is another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies!
This week is a special episode: Episode 69, Dude! Scott and Kevin do absolutely nothing different for it. There is some talk about Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, though, and this week's mini implosion of Donald Trump, and Scott's theory for how the Republicans can (maybe) try and still have some control over the government while getting Trump to lose the election. Then, of course, they play another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, even after a 1 week hiatus, Scott and Kevin are stuck talking about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. This is also some brief nostalgia about the Where In The World is Carmen Sandiego TV show, and a foray into ComiCon. Then the guys move along to another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week Scott and Kevin talk about the Pokemon Go craze (Scott is into it and Kevin doesn't get it). The Republican Convention is coming up, so of course Donald Trump comes with that territory (with a side of Tim Tebow), Silicon Valley got a few Emmy Nods (probably no thanks to our weekly recaps) and Ghostbusters is being released this week, which of course leads to a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott and Kevin get the clap. They miss the traditional sync clap at the start of the recording, so what better way to start an episode? There is also more police shooting of people they pull over, Hillary Clinton is proving almost as slippery as her husband (something feels wrong about even typing that), and Startbuck's is raising their prices again. Of course, the episode wouldn't be complete with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies!
This week, Kevin dishes the latest on his hunt for a new apartment, Scott dishes on the latest goings on in his hometown, and tries to convince Kevin to jump on the Game of Thrones bandwagon. We have this year's final Silicon Valley recap and then a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott and Kevin are left to discuss not one, not two, but three incidents in Orlando since the last show (the shooting of a singer, the death of a boy attached by an alligator, and the Pulse nightclub shooting, of course, leading into a gun control discussion (again). Then, because the world isn't strange enough this week, there's the Brexit.... On a lighter note, the guys recap Silicon Valley and play a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott and Kevin discuss the sentence (or practically lack thereof) for the Stanford Swimmer convicted of rape, the terrorist attack in Tel Aviv, Hillary becoming the Democratic presumptive nominee, and Scott's wife's Mac saga. On the plus side, they recap Silicon Valley, and play a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.