Episode 37: Cowabunga, Dudes! (We Feel So Old…)

 

This week, we chat all about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! From the weird beautiful creation of four mutant turtles, to the hopefulness Robb feels for “Out of the Shadows”, we drank the ooze hard. Plus, we respond to some of your comments and your polls, and we get into a battle of Sherlocks on Geek Fight!

6 thoughts on “Episode 37: Cowabunga, Dudes! (We Feel So Old…)

  1. Eragon is basically a carbon copy of the Star Wars original trilogy. A minor farmboy finds an important thingy (dragon egg instead of death star plans) and then meets this wisened old guy (brom instead of Obi-Wan) who gives him a sword. The old guy teaches him about dragon riders (jedi) and theres only like 2 of them left, because the bad guy killed them a hundred years ago. They get captured but eventually escape with a pretty lady (Arya instead of Leia) who leads them to the rebellion. I suppose the ending is different, because instead of attacking the bad guys the bad guys attack them.

    Thats all the first book. I only read the first two, and the second one is fuzzy to me, but Eragon goes to a deep secret place and learns that there is another very old dragon rider alive and he trains with him while other people are doing stuff. In the end, the lesser bad guy is revealed to be his brother.

    So yah, really similar.

    Also, the knife guy in the original Magnificent 7 is James Coburn. That movie had a fantastic cast.

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  2. Robb was correct: Rocksteady and Bebop were intentionally exposed to rhino and warthog because there are strong and ferocious beasts.
    *No one liked the howling fortress joke, and what’s worse, I saw it coming.
    Ernie Reyes Jr. is in the Donatello suit, voiced by Corey Feldman. (IMBD got you there later)
    M.C. Hammer did the closing credits of the first movie: T.U.R.T.L.E. Power
    As a kid, I was a Donatello kid. First movie Raphael swayed me to him.
    Robb’s totally Samantha. (yep, he agrees)
    Joe: “can act but doesn’t bother” is the *definition of “phoning it in”, to Leo was doing that in a lot of movies including Titanic.
    Daniel Day-Lewis is overrated.
    Sherlock is a sociopath, not a psychopath.
    lol…Robb’s Khan nerdrage

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