This week, Scott and Kevin discuss the latest in the Presidential race: Ted Cruz picked a running mate, John Boehner told us how he really feels about Cruz, and Trump was actually the more normal one for a change. A week later, the guys react to Prince's death, and do their Silicon Valley recap. The episode wraps up with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week Scott and Kevin forget which episode we're on, but nonetheless, they welcome guest host, Ken Crossland to the program. The guys talk about the (relevant!) NY Primaries, which happened the day before this episode was recorded and discuss their opinions of all the presidential hopefuls. There's also some talk of Broadway's latest smash, Hamilton, and (of course) a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott and Kevin discuss a possible new method of voting. It couldn't be any worse than what we do now. As Primary season marches on, the guys are surprised that New York's Primary actually holds some importance, while John Kasich thinks Matzoh some how involves blood (which can't be because blood has flavor). Also surprising, Trump bringing up Joe Paterno in Pittsburgh (although nothing should surprise us about Trump now) and both the guys have their own surprising news stories to discuss. Of course, the episode closes with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott & Kevin discuss the just-released trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, it's typo cousin, Rouge One, John Oliver's plan to get riff raff in Yankee Stadium, and Kevin's newest read, "Mother Can You Not." Naturally, they finish up with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
Scott and Kevin open this episode realizing that anyone who has listened to every episode leading to this point has listed to them rambling for a about 52 hours now. Bravo to the loyal audience(?) Speaking of nonsence, the guys then review some of this year's April Fool's pranks. No readings of Chaucer this year, sorry. Speaking of fools, Donald Trump's campaign is (as always) in the news again. Scott also re-reviews Batman v. Superman. The episode is capped off with another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week Scott and Kevin discuss the terrorist attack in Brussels and somehow manage to segue that into a computer discussion (does that increase their geek cred?). Scott also talks about his recent celebrity sighting and discusses Batman v Superman (since he saw it before this round of WDKSAM, which the guys play right afterwards.
After what turned out to be a hiatus from the show while the guys were in Florida, they return this week and Scott shares a new theory on Donald Trump, the guys discuss the latest with the Supreme Court nominee, and the new announcement that there will be another Indiana Jones film with Harrison Ford. Then, of course, the episode finishes off with another round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, Scott and Kevin face the reality of Donald Trump's presidential candidacy, then recap some of the Oscars, and discuss the new Ghostbusters trailer. Then the guys play a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
Scott and Kevin discuss the Oscars, recount their breakfast the day of this weekend recording from the West Coast (of the Hudson) studios, Scott longs for his favorite Long Island pizza joint, and of course, the election and primaries come up, followed by the invevitable round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies.
This week, the guys discuss the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the effective murder of a dolphin by selfie seeking tourists in Argentina, the passing of George Gaynes (aka Commandant Lassard, aka Henry on Punky Brewster), and Weird Al's appearance on "The Goldbergs." Then, they discuss Apple's dispute with the US Government and the guys (gasp) support Apple! Then things get back to normal with a round of We Don't Know Shit About Movies!