Swinging Pizzagate - NFL Divisional Round Preview: Undefeated Playoff Quarterback Blake Bortles


The NFL playoffs keep chugga chugga chuggign along. Chris and I split our picks 2-2 last week, meaning both of us got to endure equal punishment. Well, relatively equal. Chris got to watch 2 episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh for the first time, and I was lucky enough to pop my Sonic Underground cherry. It's exactly how it sounds, except messier than normal because of the chili dogs. 

Oh and also we talk about this weekend's games. But mostly children's anime from a decade ago.


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Reel Deal, No Sex Appeal Episode XXVII: The Guest




Crack open a cold one with the boys as they let a mysterious guest into their safe space! Chris and Parker tackle The Guest, one of the most underrated movies of the past decade. Chris and Alex (the one we like) contemplate Dark Star and I, Tonya. She's the guest. That's the joke. Please subscribe.


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Swinging Pizzagate - NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview: Never Running From A Real Fight


Holy shit, we made it through 2017 and one of the most dire seasons in recent memory. The playoffs are here and that's all that matters. The Bills Mafia are playoff bound, Marvin Lewis got another extension, and it turns out that the joke's on Chris because I actually love Sailor Moon. For once, the weekly bet backfired. I'm going to enjoy it while I can because I can only imagine what fresh hell awaits me next week.


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Episode XXVI: Bright



I spent my New Years Eve counting down to 2018 by watching Will Smith and an orc recreate Zootopia but with less cute animals and more magic wands, centaurs, and elves. It asks the hard hitting questions like "is racism bad?" and "Why does Will Smith look so sad?" and "are the elves supposed to be Jews?" They sure are. 



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Episode XXV: Silent Night, Deadly Night 2



Season's Greetings y'all. It's the most wonderful time of the year, so we decided to bring you a special little Christmas themed mini-sode. Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 is one of my absolute favorite good-bad movies and a yearly tradition in Casa de Pataki. I brought this gift into Chris' life, and now we shall share it with all of you. 


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When Harry Met Sally...Ringing in the New Year by Going Completely Off-Brand


Year of release: 1989
Starring: Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, Carrie Fisher, Buddy Hackett Bruno Kirby
Writer: Nora Ephron
Director: Rob Reiner
Cinematographer: Barry Sonnenfeld

2018 just has to be the year. I don't know what it'll be the year for, but it oughta be the year for something really special. Anything can happen; we got the Buffalo Bills in the playoffs, we got a failed gameshow host as U.S. President, and I hear tell they might even be bringing back Animaniacs. The human race is precipitously balanced on the edge of a razor blade, or maybe we're skating on thin ice, or perhaps we're dancing a waltz on a powder keg, or we could just be doing none of those extremely stupid, dangerous things and there isn't a superfluous metaphor to apply to society these days, try as we might. Maybe it's because I watched Good Girls Revolt, witnessed talking heads on the news debate whether the United States would turn North Korea into a concrete parking lot or vice versa, and saw the Iranian protests, but it seems like the world is just raring for a revolution of some sort. People sure would like to belong to one. The populace desires change. As usual, I've got just the thing.

Folks, it's time to for us, as a species, to watch more Rob Reiner movies.

Episode XXIV: Star Wars - The Last Jedi

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It's finally here. The biggest Star Wars movie since the last one. We have made it through a catastrophic 2017 and all we have to show for it is a movie that is on the verge of giving me a nervous breakdown. Chris and I are joined by Alex (no, the other one) and we spoil everything right from the get-go because we lack self-control. Which one of us said it's one of the worst movies they've seen in theaters this year? Listen to find out. 



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