On this episode, the boys discuss the emotionally moving Chinese film “Us and Them” and the feature length Royal Caribbean commercial “Like Father”. They also delve into the seedy underbelly of international box office fraud. This episode will make Cars 2 look like Cars 1.
Two sci-fi Netflix original movies are the topic this week. Will we binge or purge Extinction or The Warning? Nick tells us some embarrassing on the job moments before his non-review of Boss Baby and of course the guys get into a debate over the rules of the show. See if you can figure who the contrarian is in this episode before we do.
This week we review two of the top rated Netflix Originals, Mystery Science Theater 3000 the Return and Happy Valley. We finally catch up on some punishments including an invention idea from Berry and we learn in great detail what Brian’s dating life is like in the modern world. At some point we discuss the shows.
This week the guys discuss which take on fatherhood brings out the most laughs, Little Evil or The Legacy of the Whitetail Deer Hunter. We also try to figure out if Mel Brooks movies are any good, who’s in or out on Adam Scott, and the last good comedy everyone’s watched.
It’s magic vs science in this episode! The guys discuss Derren Brown and White Rabbit Project, we get some Dad recommendations, and we’ve got a contrarian…or do we?
This week we take another trip to Nick’s Japan Corner to discuss two wildly different anime series, “DevilMan Crybaby” and “Violet Evergarden”. We play a game of B&P Superlatives, and the battle over Drews’ punishments continues.
This week we discuss the United States addiction to “Focus” drugs in the documentary Take Your Pills and the state of cryptocurrency in the short form docuseries Explained. We have another game of Urban Flicktionary, and a pod member threatens to leave the show over a punishment, starting a war between two other pod members that will not end well for anyone. Also, Brian gives one of the vaguest shout-outs of all time.
Debates abound in this episode where we discuss two space documentaries, Mercury 13 and The Mars Generation. We also find out someone on the podcast has been to Space Camp, and apparently all dads love space.
This week the fellas discuss November 13: Attack on Paris and The Staircase. Max tells an embarrassing story, and Dixon may have found a new professional calling.