Two foreign language shows are up for binging and purging this week – The Rain and Dark. Last week’s loser gives us his thoughts on A Christmas Prince, we have a contrarian in our midst, and we play a new game called Urban Flicktionary. Come listen and play along!
This week we discuss Bobby Kennedy for President and Trump: An American Dream while the Sleepy Streamer tries to blend in with the conversation. Berry recaps Christian Mingle, Slipknot comes up for some reason, and the guys go way off the rails with some Would You Rather.
This week we’ve got a contrarian in our midst while we discuss a couple food shows on Netflix. Chef’s Table: Pastry and Ugly Delicious. Can you figure out who is feeding us false opinions? We had some trouble weeding through it, find out if we came to the right conclusion.
After watching the pilot to Wild Wild Country, the fellas had to finish the documentary series and discuss. Surprisingly, 4 out of 6 of the guys seem to be excited about joining a cult. Join the debate on Wild Wild Country.
It’s a battle of histories this week as the guys try to pick which show they’d rather binge, Troy: The Fall of a City or Marco Polo. It’s a real Sophie’s Choice. Last week’s loser gives a riveting and hilarious recap of ONE of James Acaster’s comedy specials, and the hidden role is a double mystery.
The guys discuss The Polka King and A Futile and Stupid Gesture, two biographical comedies based on true stories, last week’s hidden role game loser updates the group on the Kevin James action comedy True Memoirs of an International Assassin, and a new hidden role is revealed!
Binge and Purge is changing! We’ve got a new format to introduce that includes a hidden role game, we discuss Flint Town and Wild Wild Country, and we play some Would You Rather.
Join us in a discussion on Samurai Gourmet – a weird food music video show featuring a samurai that doesn’t seem to make any sense. Also, Brian and Nick play some call and response.