A brand new podcast all about love!
In love, looking for love, done with love, don’t even know what the hell it is? Same. Join us, your hosts Cassie & Justin, as we navigate our own personal love stories while searching for meaning in the wide, undiscovered world of love. From rom-coms to marriage from its origins to where it’s headed, we do the legwork to define love for all. Full of humor, storytelling, special guests, and even science we get to the bottom of what love is, how to find it, and how to fall in love with anyone(?).
A brand new podcast all about love!
“Get over here!”
A good movie adaptation of a video game is really hard to come by since…well ever. From stinkers like 1993’s Super Mario Bros. to Resident Evil to even the new Monster Hunter movie, Hollywood struggles to capture what makes these games so special in the first place. So join Tuong La and Earth Realm’s Champion Katie Pagnucco (Improv College) as they discuss if the new Mortal Kombat movie is a “Flawless Victory” or gets put in the ever growing pantheon of bad video game movies.
Angus and Bubo (Matt Barrow) climb a mountain in search of the village community Sal (Matthew Whalley) has become a part of since leaving S.H.A.R.T. They hope they can convince Sal to come back to Super City with the promise of mountains of paperwork.
If there’s one Disney movie you’ve never seen, it’s probably The Black Cauldron, and it’s worth a watch to understand why. This film has got it all: magic pigs; inconsistent accents; sacrificial sidekicks; glowing orbs that have nothing to do with the plot. Tune in as the Dummies unpack this head-scratcher of a story and take a deep dive into one of Disney’s greatest unsung heroes: Gurgi.
“On your left…”
Hey look we all love Captain America in the P0dCavern (at least Tuong really does) so was it a surprise that we’d be talking about this show? So join Tuong and Evil Captain America Taylor Fleming as they do a series review of Disney’s second MCU show – The Falcon and the Winter Soldier!
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Look, we’ve done a ton of food episodes on Ranked but we have often glossed over the unsung hero that are condiments. Condiments can make or break a food by giving it that little extra zing that you were missing. It can also turn a random assortment of green leafs into a helluva tasty salad or a dry piece of chicken into a mouth watering delight. So join Tuong and The Sonar Network/That’s How I Remember It ‘s Michael Mongiardi, Raul Delgado, and John Richardson as they give you a nice heaping dollop of fun in the form of Top 5 Condiments!
The boys are back in the simulac! What starts as a regular hangout bangout turns into an EMERGENCY PUNCH UP-ALITY of Hollywood’s hottest new film…Mortal Kombat! There’s only one problem….the boys are BEANED OUT OF THEIR GOURD!! Smoke the bat is buff as shit, calm as hell and can live forever….until he steps foot on Mortal Kombat island that is!! What follows is a love story like no other mixed with the hardcore fighting you know and love. The boys also land a HUGE STAR for the lead role that makes this new version 420% better! Enjoy responsibly!
“Don’t Settle. You Don’t Have To. Even At The End Of The World.”
Generally post-apocalyptic movies can all start to feel the same and are usually kind of a big bummer (we imagine that’s partly because it’s about the end of the world and all that…). Luckily, this week’s movie somehow creates a fresh spin to the genre with plenty of laughs, action, heart, and charm! So join Tuong and producer, DJ, vocalist, and Giant Crab Monster Adam Jasim as they journey across the land to kick ass in the name of romance while talking about 2020’s Love and Monsters!
With Sal still away Angus digs deeper into what kind of person Walter Ego (Matt Barrow, It’s All Super) is. They also find their answering machine overflowing with messages.
Sometimes the people you love most will break your heart – and Disney isn’t afraid to let you know it. The Fox and the Hound will have you falling for Tod and Copper’s perfect little inter-species friendship, but be warned – you’re in for a classic tale of grown-ups’ prejudices getting in the way of kids being kids. Cry along with the Dummies as they get walloped by this emotional gut punch of a film.