Josh and Gerald are back as they're talking the debut House of the Dragon trailer and if the future series will live up to its lofty predecessor, Game of Thrones. Plus the guys are interested in the reception next month for Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City, the new live-action film coming to Netflix and if it will kick-start a new line of Resident Evil movies. Also, new Arcade 1up machines are on their way for the holidays but which cabinet would we really like? Rockstar announces a remastered GTA trilogy coming soon to consoles and mobile, but will a revamped GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas be a great way to gear up for an eventual GTA VI? And Josh is upset at Burger King and its kid's meal toys diminishing returns. We also have a weekend Box Office report that covers No Time To Die's win here in the United States, but did it meet analysts' expectations? All this and Jeff Sloboda of the MCU's Bleeding Edge stops by to share final thoughts on Marvel's What If series and how well the Disney/Marvel shows have performed with audiences.
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