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Join Chris, Rob and John as they share their various COVID shot experiences, discuss what "back to normal" might look like this summer and comment on The Masters tournament.
They also talk about a new show on ABC that may have some promise, let you know about some new metal (not Nu Metal) releases to get excited about and introduce you to more NFT options on the horizon.
This week, Chris is still fighting with the garage, Rob is trying to take advantage of the nice weather and John is in USB overload.
They also give their thoughts on Aaron Rodgers as a Jeopardy host, look into what happened to the cast of "Head of the Class", consider some things the super rich could do with their money and comment on Josh Allen's non-committal yet controversial stance on the COVID vaccine.
Plus a bunch...
To kick off the start of the 7th year of the podcast, Chris reads a book in one sitting, Rob gets day drunk, John fiddles with his Yeti and they all discuss their varying experiences with their first COVID shots.
The meat and/or potatoes: how video games are entering the crypto space, or is it the other way around? You listen, you decide.
This week Chris, Rob and John discuss Microsoft's interest in Discord as another player emerges, a new idea for podcast production, Rob's DragonForce connection, Cannibal Corpse's new single, a debit card for cryptocurrency and the possibility of a US "digital dollar".
This week, we're not going to tell you what's in the episode. What do you think about that? Why spoil it? We can tell you that it's a banger and was recorded on St. Patrick's Day, but that's it.
Join Chris, Rob, Jim and John this week as they close out (hopefully) their coverage on chicken sandwiches buy sampling them live. They also discuss "Years and Years" and "Judas and the Black Messiah" (both from HBO) as well as give you an introduction to, and possible uses for non-fungible tokens.
Chris, Rob and John discuss the PlayStation Plus games of the month, give the SciFi fans out there a few shows they need to check out, continue their investigative coverage of the new fast food chicken sandwiches and are disappointed by the progress of the new King Diamond album.
Join Chris, Rob and John as they give you some insight into the economy of the podcast, they get excited for holograms of each other (not just for porn), talk about their mixed feelings for battle royale games and entertain Rob's new streaming career idea.
Also, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword gets a facelift, Pokemon power metal could be a thing, AI will generate fake metal bands, album title and artwork if you can get it...
It's been a blah week for Chris and Rob while John has survived the Texas ice storm and rolling blackouts. Also, Coca-Cola has a new recycled bottle (spurring a knee-jerk economics discussion), the apparent chicken sandwich craze, how to get scratch and dent vegetables, the 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees, the importance of keeping your chops up and they end up depressing themselves.
There's a lot of bang for your buck this week as Chris, Rob and John (or maybe it's all in Chris's mind) reinforce the fact that they cannot do time math, discuss some of this year's Super Bowl commercials, try to figure out what Reddit needs $250 million for, entertain new house rules for the game of Monopoly, discuss the recent cyberattack on CD Projekt Red, reveal their villainous plan to take over the world, le...
Despite being extremely tired (for various reasons or no reason at all) Chris, Rob and John manage to cover a ton of hard hitting topics such as: drinking pizza and eating beer, the influence of Desilu Productions on sitcoms, some 2021 Golden Globe nominees, booze delivery just got easier, college football could be back in video game form, they check out a new game demo, the fate of the 2022 Winter Olympics and the new Cannibal Co...
This week, Chris my have become a Jedi, Rob thought about playing video games and John hits 100%.
Also, they discuss content creator burnout, John gives some background on the meme stock revolution, they explore their various levels of empathy as well as plug the new Crystal Viper album and give you an update on "the garage".
Join Chris, Rob and John as "Whatcha Drinkin'" makes a comeback, they get excited for the AFC Championship Game (crying to commence in next week's episode), wonder if sitcom story arcs are played out and discuss how some TV shows overstay their welcome.
Also, their thoughts on Iced Earth post Jon Shaffer arrest and some albums that turn 20, 30 and 40, just to make you feel old.
Regardless of Skype's attempt to sabotage Chris, Rob and John, they manage to discuss some of the similarities and differences of how they're dealing with the world today, ponder how this year's NHL season is supposed to work, are intrigued as Netflix's "Cobra Kai" gains popularity within the group (Rob is now on board!) and read some excerpts from Creed Bratton's "Creed Thoughts" from a few year...
This week Chris, Rob and John weave in and around the following topics: how DMV rules differ per state, NFL Wild Card Weekend (that you already know the outcome to), an in depth rant about streaming services, the 5 most watched Netfilx originals and some albums that didn't come out last year that may or may not come out this year.
Also, they frighten themselves with pictures of aging rock stars.
Chris, Rob and John discuss British game shows, dealing with the holidays during the pandemic, movies releasing to stream and theaters on the same day and some new shows they're excited about.
Also, some 2020 reflections, 2021 predictions and the possibility of some LOTD merch in the future.
This week, Chris, Rob and John ask the hard hitting questions like "Why do insurance companies have the best commercials?", "Has your hygiene decreased during the pandemic?" and "Why is the Bee Gees documentary on HBO Max so good (that's more of a fact really)?"
Also, John gives his Top 10 albums of the year, and the final round of Hallmark Trivia is played.
Mid-show song "Illumination" us...
Join Chris, Rob and John as they discuss some TV series that were too short, just right, or too long, PornHub's removal of all non verified account uploads, Rob's Top 10 Metal Albums of the Year and the last round of Hallmark Countdown to Christmas Trivia before the holiday.
Mid-show song "Cozy Fireplace" used with permission courtesy of Senpai Music Group, LLC / Harris Heller
Chris, Rob and John pare down last week's playlist of 30 Christmas songs to a definitive 12, using a new (and brilliant, I might add) albeit stressful voting method; but not before they give you some shows on HBO Max that you should check out, and discuss a new WNY local online news channel that they think is great.
Also, the Hallmark Holiday fantasy fun continues.
Before Chris, Rob and John compile a playlist of their 30 favorite Christmas songs (to be pared down later), they give you a little television history and discuss how TV shows have changed, or not, over the years. They also reveal some of their 2020 goals that were actually achieved!
And of course, Hallmark movie trivia.
Mid-show song "Jingle Bells 1989 Cassette" used with permission courtesy of Senpai Music Group, ...
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