The History of the MCU Podcast is a weekly podcast that covers the new Disney+ shows and MCU movies, while also looking back at the Infinity Saga, to see if the history of the MCU holds any clues for the future.
Jake and Jenny are here to break down the season 1 finale of the Disney+ Series, Loki. Hot goss includes:
Our hosts chat about their feelings on the finale and the series as a whole, where it ranks amongst the other Disney+ shows, and the implications for what's to come next in the MCU. The multiverse is...
Jake and Jenny are back in the nick of time to talk about the fifth/penultimate episode of the DisneyPlus series, Loki: "Journey Into Mystery."
What does Ravonna really know? Who is Miss Minutes working for? Who's your favorite Loki?! Do we stan Thanoscopter? Will Sylvie double-cross our Loki?!? Is King Loki or Kang in the castle? Is this the last we'll see of Classic Loki, or Alioth?!
Jake and Jenny are back JUST in the nick of time to talk Loki episode 4: The Nexus Event. What caused Sylvie to be yoinked from her timeline? Is Loki Love as icky as Jamie and Cersei’s twisted relationship? Is Ravonna Renslayer pulling the strings at the TVA, or is Kang coming into the fold? Is this really the last we’ll see of Mobius?! And MORE!
Jake and Jenny are back to chat some neat parallels and theories regarding Loki Episode 3: "Lamentis"!
Loki's coming out Zelda parallels Who are we shipping? Lokius? Sylki? What REALLY happened to that tower?
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Jake and Jenny return to talk about the key bits of episode two of Disney's Loki: "The Variant." Who is this Lady Loki, really? Is Ravonna really who she seems? Is Miss Minutes running the show?! Will Mobius ever get to ride a jet ski? Have a cup of tea, come sit by the fire.
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Jake and Jenny are better late than never with a revisit of the premiere episode of Disney's Loki: "Glorious Purpose".
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Hey, hi, helloooo! Jake and Jenny return with a minisode with plenty of preparation information for the upcoming release of The Eternals. Yes, we have some wait time, but at least now you'll have a comic book (and potentially official film) synopsis of each of the 10 featured Eternals, as well as Kit Harington's Black Knight and Kro, the Deviant. We also chat about how we've known about Namor in Black Panther 2: Wakanda...
Jake and Jenny are back with another episode of History of the MCU to bring you everything you ever needed to know about the Time Variance Authority, the Minutemen, and more as we head into Loki territory!
Jake and Jenny are bringing back the Minisode this week! Join us to hear our thoughts on the goosebump-enducing Marvel Studios Celebrates the Movies trailer. Just when we thought the MCU feast couldn't get any tastier! We'll talk what we know about the upcoming movies, rank the 11 upcoming properties based on pure excitement, and chat post-credits about the recent House of the Dragon stills.
Jake and Jenny return to wrap up The Falcon and The Winter Soldier with the final episode, "One World, One People." Tune in to hear our thoughts on the pacing of the episode (and series), the mistreatment of the Flag Smashers, who we deem worthiest of redemption arcs (spoiler alert: it's not the guy who got one), and where we go from here into the netherworld of the 6 week MCU gap.
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Hey, hi, hello! Jake and Jenny are back to talk shop about the penultimate episode of of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: "Truth." We ship Sarah and Bucky, talk about Walker's descent into DIY madness, and sweet, hot bro love.
We'll be bringing minisodes back this week as well, because we can't wait to talk about the Shang-Chi trailer. Love y'all 3000!
Just in time for the next episode dropping on Disney+ (sorry, y'all. Been some crazy times), Jake and Jenny pop in to discuss the fourth episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, "The Whole World is Watching." Bucky's Wakandan therapy, Ayo supremacy, Zemo as El Crapo, the death of Captain America, and MORE!
We'll be back to our regularly scheduled program next week. Thanks for bearing with us.
Jake and Jenny are BACK and breaking down episode 3 of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: "The Power Broker." Featuring an intro about mental health, mental healthcare, and the state of "therapy" in the MCU, we will also take a look at Zemo's history and motivations, cheer the guy who spit in John Walker's face, and speculate wildly about the identity of the Power Broker.
Hey, hi, HELLO! Jake and Jenny are BACK to break down the second episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: "The Star-Spangled Man." Be sure to drink every time Jake says how much he hates John Walker, you're going to be sauced by the end of this one.
For this week's main event, Jake and Jenny talk about the first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and wonder whether there's more to Sam's super-ness than we thought...
History of the MCU presents......MCU & Brews! This series will feature Jake and his younger brother, Zac, doing exactly what the title denotes: drinking a few brews and discussing MCU movies.
For the second episode, Jake and Zac catch up and discuss the second installment in the Iron Man trilogy, Iron Man 2.
F*CK YEAH FOOTBALL FANS! Hello and WELCOME to History of the MCU Presents: Picks or It Didn't Happen, the NEW Patriots-centric NFL podcast brought to you by the Smash Sisters, Jenny Mac and EFlo the Dodo. For this VERY special premiere episode, we are joined by the inimitable FITZY to talk this legendary QB market, 2021 free agent frenzy, and what's happening in the trenches coming into the season.
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Blessing you with another episode this week (already!), this time breaking down everything we know coming into the premiere of Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Jake and Jenny break down comic arcs of Sam, Bucky, Sharon Carter, and some other faces we will see in the show. We'll speculate wildly (drink!) about other heroes and villains who may show up, and about whether we can expect to have our hearts ripped from our chests so sa...
BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH!
We present to you the FINAL final WandaVision episode of History of the MCU. Chloe is back with Jake and Jenny to talk theories we got right, the completely off-base predictions (made by one Agatha Harkness), THE POWER OF WOMEN, and how WandaVision has set the stage for MCU phase 4.
History of the MCU presents......MCU & Brews! This core series will feature Jake and his younger brother, Zac, doing exactly what the title denotes: drinking a few brews and discussing MCU movies.
For this inaugural episode, get to know Zac while he and Jake discuss the inaugural MCU movie, Iron Man.
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We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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