Aug. 25, 2022

Streaming The Night Away


We're getting all caught up on Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon...just...all of it!

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.040 --> 00:00:03.879 What's his face? The actor that you've never knows and that he was so 2 00:00:03.919 --> 00:00:06.879 good at acting that you don't realize? Gary Oldman? Gary Oldman? Yeah, 3 00:00:07.120 --> 00:00:10.839 who? Who? I swear little finger looks like Gary Oldman. He 4 00:00:10.880 --> 00:00:14.000 does, it is I keep having to tell myself that's not gary old I 5 00:00:14.039 --> 00:00:17.519 can see. I could see that being gary old totally, but I'm also 6 00:00:17.559 --> 00:00:20.280 pretty sure I'm Gary Oldman and I just don't know it because he's such a 7 00:00:20.280 --> 00:00:24.320 good act. Gary Olden doesn't even know who Gary Oldmen is, doesn't interview. 8 00:00:24.359 --> 00:00:28.440 So what's the Real Gary Oldman like? I don't know anymore. His 9 00:00:28.559 --> 00:00:37.079 real name is yard young man. Welcome to the Basement Lounge podcast, a 10 00:00:37.159 --> 00:00:41.880 deep dive into current events, a comedic look at a serious world, hosted 11 00:00:42.000 --> 00:00:48.039 by Mike Shay and Mike Wells. I felt fine horse. Yeah, it's 12 00:00:48.039 --> 00:00:53.000 because a fucking bad damn, have a funk. I'm smoking a fucking and 13 00:00:53.079 --> 00:00:56.880 then fell Dick. Yeah, it sounds like. It sounds like I sucked 14 00:00:56.880 --> 00:01:03.280 off. I sucked off skull sounds. That's why I sound like I stupped 15 00:01:03.320 --> 00:01:07.560 off school like that sounds like my voice is really it sounds like on this 16 00:01:07.719 --> 00:01:10.959 clouds. Stop being a roll back. I mean, yeah, you kind 17 00:01:10.959 --> 00:01:17.799 of sound like you sound like like like Ned from sound park. And Yeah, 18 00:01:18.239 --> 00:01:19.439 I can't wait to listen to this podcast and listen to this one and 19 00:01:19.480 --> 00:01:23.680 be like, say the fun, I'm gonna jerk off this. My voice 20 00:01:23.680 --> 00:01:27.040 sounds like it's vibrating. You got that velvet going? Yeah, that's right. 21 00:01:27.159 --> 00:01:34.280 Take it off real slow, lack unhinge that job. What's from dodgeball, 22 00:01:34.280 --> 00:01:37.640 where the guy keeps making Justin Long Scrub is tired at the card? 23 00:01:41.000 --> 00:01:46.879 I think of that like once a month. That movie is so fucking good. 24 00:01:47.040 --> 00:01:52.719 Man, ripped torn is just you're talking about the guy who had what 25 00:01:52.799 --> 00:01:56.439 was that talking on? The Guy who had a ten foot hallmark card? 26 00:01:59.120 --> 00:02:01.079 That was it. Like Sarah, is it necessary for me to drink my 27 00:02:01.079 --> 00:02:06.319 own urine? No, but to do it anyway. It's terrible and like 28 00:02:06.439 --> 00:02:10.919 to taste. I love that movie. That's one. That's one of kind 29 00:02:10.919 --> 00:02:15.759 of one of the last really like really good, great, like Ben Stiller, 30 00:02:15.840 --> 00:02:17.840 comedies that came out in that time. We don't really do like great 31 00:02:19.280 --> 00:02:21.879 like. Did we talk about this earlier? We've talked about it before. 32 00:02:21.919 --> 00:02:23.599 You you don't do like good com like. When was the last time like 33 00:02:23.599 --> 00:02:27.280 like buddy comp like a bunch of buddies doing com you know what I mean? 34 00:02:27.360 --> 00:02:30.400 Yeah, it's not. They keep trying to do it with Kevin Hart 35 00:02:30.400 --> 00:02:34.240 and the Rock and those just don't I mean they're fine, but yeah, 36 00:02:34.280 --> 00:02:38.560 I mean the last one I can think of that was kind of of that 37 00:02:38.719 --> 00:02:44.199 sort of style, I think it was maybe blockers, which was kind of 38 00:02:44.240 --> 00:02:47.120 like, I mean it was basically super bad, but more about the parents, 39 00:02:47.199 --> 00:02:53.479 I think, than kids game night kind of night. Um, it's 40 00:02:53.479 --> 00:02:55.000 good. Um. Well, I'm talking about with in like four or five 41 00:02:55.080 --> 00:02:59.199 years. I feel like there's really blockers come out in like four. blockers 42 00:02:59.240 --> 00:03:01.520 is older than that. Is it's got to be. But I mean, 43 00:03:01.560 --> 00:03:05.840 but no, you're right. I mean. Well, especially with since covid 44 00:03:05.879 --> 00:03:09.840 and all that, everyone's kind of been when blockers came out, they've been 45 00:03:09.879 --> 00:03:14.639 a lot more choosy about the stuff that they've been producing just because, you 46 00:03:14.680 --> 00:03:19.759 know, actually, uh, I was watching from when Matt Damon did hot 47 00:03:19.800 --> 00:03:23.120 ones and they was he was asking him about, you know, Matt Damon 48 00:03:23.719 --> 00:03:25.919 writes and directs producers and all that stuff too, and he was asking him 49 00:03:25.960 --> 00:03:30.680 about how, like it seems like they just don't kind of make the same 50 00:03:30.759 --> 00:03:32.719 kind of movies they used to anymore. And and one thing Matt Damon really 51 00:03:32.759 --> 00:03:38.919 brought up was really I hadn't thought of was like the finances of movie making 52 00:03:38.919 --> 00:03:44.479 have changed because of streaming. He's like it used to be when a movie 53 00:03:44.479 --> 00:03:46.759 would come out on Blue Ray DVD, it was almost like it was getting 54 00:03:46.759 --> 00:03:52.439 rereleased in theaters because you'd have this sudden influx of home release money. It's 55 00:03:52.479 --> 00:03:55.280 not a thing now. So he's like now when we're when it comes to 56 00:03:55.520 --> 00:03:59.360 making movies, I mean like they got they really look at the budget because 57 00:03:59.400 --> 00:04:02.199 they know that like once it's done in theaters, that's that's it for the 58 00:04:02.240 --> 00:04:08.120 money. Well, they'll get any residual off. Sure, no one really 59 00:04:08.159 --> 00:04:12.000 knows how that works. None of none of the none of the platforms have 60 00:04:12.080 --> 00:04:17.160 ever really released how these people make money through their stuff. So no one's 61 00:04:17.160 --> 00:04:19.720 really sure. I'm sure part of it comes from subscriptions, but yeah, 62 00:04:19.720 --> 00:04:24.720 I don't know how that converts them. Yeah, I don't. I don't 63 00:04:24.759 --> 00:04:28.279 get it. I'll never I don't think I'll ever understand it honestly. But 64 00:04:28.519 --> 00:04:30.800 Um, yeah, I mean, yeah, the last the last couple of 65 00:04:30.879 --> 00:04:34.600 years especially, they've been a lot more choosy about what's getting made. Yeah, 66 00:04:34.879 --> 00:04:40.160 that really that's very odd. I never thought of it like that because 67 00:04:39.720 --> 00:04:42.800 it influx. You're right, that's straight to streaming at that point. So 68 00:04:42.800 --> 00:04:46.000 it doesn't even matter. Yeah, well, especially now since covid with the 69 00:04:46.000 --> 00:04:51.279 way everyone does like day releases in theaters and then they're on streaming. What's 70 00:04:51.319 --> 00:04:55.519 weird too, is like I was a something about a DVD. Yeah, 71 00:04:55.560 --> 00:04:59.079 that's the other thing too. was like, unless it's mostly they have DVDs 72 00:04:59.079 --> 00:05:01.439 and blue rays. Now it's some people still, I mean there's still sales 73 00:05:01.439 --> 00:05:04.800 of physical media, but, like, have you ever heard of the criterion 74 00:05:04.839 --> 00:05:11.439 collection? They take like so that are considered like classic landmark films and they 75 00:05:11.439 --> 00:05:15.480 put out these like special edition box sets for like a one movie that have 76 00:05:15.639 --> 00:05:18.639 like all kinds of extras. It's it's it's for like the hardcore collectors. 77 00:05:18.720 --> 00:05:24.639 Yeah, because because they're like a hundred plus bucks for one movie, is 78 00:05:24.639 --> 00:05:28.120 what you're spending. But it's like a big collector's edition and they only do 79 00:05:28.199 --> 00:05:30.879 it with select like very few movies getting put in there, like I think 80 00:05:30.879 --> 00:05:34.639 blade runners in there, but it's a stuff that's on that level. Um, 81 00:05:34.759 --> 00:05:36.839 so, like they do and then like yeah, they know that there 82 00:05:36.839 --> 00:05:42.160 are some people like that. They know home releases or for just the NERDS. 83 00:05:42.680 --> 00:05:45.360 Oh Yeah, because because there are. There are certain things I will 84 00:05:45.399 --> 00:05:48.040 still buy out, like, like I own a lot of the marvel stuff. 85 00:05:49.199 --> 00:05:53.639 I've never bought any of the marvels really. The ones that are like 86 00:05:53.720 --> 00:05:57.040 my fucking like favorites, I'll go buy. Well, here's the thing. 87 00:05:57.120 --> 00:06:00.839 Is, like I'd collected movies for a while and I sold everything, okay, 88 00:06:00.879 --> 00:06:03.079 because, like I was like I'll watch these, blah, blah blah, 89 00:06:03.160 --> 00:06:06.480 and I never watched them really. Yeah, like I had all the 90 00:06:06.519 --> 00:06:11.720 game of throne seasons really, and I never watched them. I had to 91 00:06:11.759 --> 00:06:16.319 fight club, like Oh, did you? Yeah, ild it. Yeah, 92 00:06:16.439 --> 00:06:18.639 I've got a few because I know, mostly because, like some of 93 00:06:18.680 --> 00:06:23.199 the ones I do have, like they're just not on streaming. So that's 94 00:06:23.199 --> 00:06:25.519 why I hold onto a lot of them. And like when my dad it's 95 00:06:25.519 --> 00:06:28.839 amateur porn I made. Yeah, it's just so much, just like like 96 00:06:28.879 --> 00:06:31.160 shot on eight milimeter film. Um, a lot of like my mom gave 97 00:06:31.199 --> 00:06:34.040 me like a lot of my dad's old DVDs because he had a fucking collection. 98 00:06:34.399 --> 00:06:38.680 He like he used to like buying DVDs because he, like my dad, 99 00:06:38.720 --> 00:06:41.720 for an I t I, fucking hated the Internet companies. He's because 100 00:06:41.759 --> 00:06:45.480 he just didn't trust them, like they had internet, but he was always 101 00:06:45.519 --> 00:06:47.279 getting sucked over by him, so he just bought everything physically. He's like 102 00:06:47.279 --> 00:06:49.800 no, because it's going to go down, because spectrum sucks and I'm not 103 00:06:49.839 --> 00:06:53.639 gonna be able to watch in my ship. And I'm like, I can't 104 00:06:53.680 --> 00:06:57.240 argue with that. Eventually down the road it's gonna be how Walmart has the 105 00:06:57.279 --> 00:07:00.920 five dollar DVD Ben. It's just gonna be like random equals, like Netflix 106 00:07:00.959 --> 00:07:03.720 logins and there for five bucks, you just go in and go. Okay, 107 00:07:04.240 --> 00:07:11.480 Pussy lovers, six nine at a password is sweet, sweet juices on 108 00:07:11.600 --> 00:07:15.360 my lips. To five seven, that acutimation point. I'm going back and 109 00:07:15.439 --> 00:07:19.959 rewatching game of thrones from the beginning. Uma. Is it because of because 110 00:07:20.000 --> 00:07:24.040 the House of Dragon? Yeah, did you watch it yet? And Yeah, 111 00:07:24.480 --> 00:07:27.279 and was he like? I wasn't like a. You weren't super into 112 00:07:27.319 --> 00:07:30.279 it. I watched Gamera of thrones. Every else watching like okay, the 113 00:07:30.319 --> 00:07:31.800 reason why I watched game of thrones is like I got my t U I 114 00:07:33.040 --> 00:07:38.199 and so I was like stuck at home and going to do so. I 115 00:07:38.279 --> 00:07:40.000 watched it and I was like, Oh, this is good, but I 116 00:07:40.040 --> 00:07:45.199 wasn't like all like, I'm not, I'm going back and rewatching it, 117 00:07:45.199 --> 00:07:46.600 and I'm just like, I watched it so casually. How on the Dragon 118 00:07:46.639 --> 00:07:49.680 First episode was good. Yeah, funked up, but but here the thing 119 00:07:49.680 --> 00:07:53.439 though, too, like he didn't write it. No, it's a totally. 120 00:07:53.839 --> 00:07:56.959 So it's like how good? That's also what I'm larious that's what I'm 121 00:07:57.000 --> 00:08:00.040 kind of waiting for too. He didn't write it because of season, and 122 00:08:00.160 --> 00:08:03.160 the last season was so bad, the stuff was so bad that he didn't 123 00:08:03.199 --> 00:08:09.600 write yeah, that's Ah, that's IT'S A it's for being one episode and 124 00:08:09.680 --> 00:08:16.759 it was pretty good. Um, it definitely, uh Um, hit the 125 00:08:16.800 --> 00:08:22.040 game of thrones level of fucked up a couple of times. Only one of 126 00:08:22.040 --> 00:08:24.560 the things game of thrones is known for, apart from tits, was was 127 00:08:24.680 --> 00:08:28.759 just the Gore. And there's there are some things that happened which, with 128 00:08:28.920 --> 00:08:31.720 this just being like the first episode of this show, I'm like, Oh, 129 00:08:31.879 --> 00:08:35.679 we're just we're just going full force. But okay, I mean it's 130 00:08:35.679 --> 00:08:39.480 some brutle ship and there's a superhero orgy, and that was because that's that's 131 00:08:39.519 --> 00:08:43.360 the thing these days. No, there is an orgy, but it's not 132 00:08:43.399 --> 00:08:48.559 a superherogy. Um. Now there's something. I mean there's some violence ship. 133 00:08:48.600 --> 00:08:50.960 That happens when I'm just kind of like, okay, yeah, I 134 00:08:50.960 --> 00:08:54.120 don't know what I expected, but yeah, and I know it's upset some 135 00:08:54.159 --> 00:09:00.279 folks, but I think they're they're just being babies. It's fine to watch 136 00:09:00.360 --> 00:09:03.240 the like. Yeah, it's game of thrones like and they're not, because 137 00:09:03.320 --> 00:09:07.960 I think, I think people get mixed up as they see something depicted on 138 00:09:07.200 --> 00:09:13.879 screen and their brain goes to Oh, they're glorifying it. No, they're 139 00:09:13.879 --> 00:09:16.039 showing that it's fucked up. Yeah, it's weird. It's kind of like 140 00:09:16.120 --> 00:09:22.960 imagine like like the opening scene and saving private Ryan like glorifying not, no 141 00:09:24.639 --> 00:09:26.799 war. Yeah, they're showing you what it was like. It's it's the 142 00:09:26.960 --> 00:09:30.600 it was talking about somebody else. I was like, the people who are 143 00:09:30.679 --> 00:09:35.679 crying about this stuff being depicted a certain way are the same ones who are 144 00:09:35.799 --> 00:09:39.440 saying that like we should teach critical race theory, which I'm very much for, 145 00:09:41.080 --> 00:09:45.559 but you can't argue that terrible things need to be taught so that we 146 00:09:45.720 --> 00:09:50.639 learned lessons from them and then bitch when terrible things are depicted on screen in 147 00:09:50.679 --> 00:09:56.000 a way that says like hey, these are bad things. Like, yes, 148 00:09:56.120 --> 00:09:58.399 it showing women being treated a certain way. Yeah, is it fucked 149 00:09:58.480 --> 00:10:03.080 up? Yeah, is, but it's not being presented as the correct way 150 00:10:03.080 --> 00:10:09.480 to do things. So you and that type of stuff. Now I kind 151 00:10:09.480 --> 00:10:11.759 of want to watch it just so. Also, it's just, it's just, 152 00:10:11.879 --> 00:10:16.200 it's just good DB. Yeah, well, because no way that, 153 00:10:16.320 --> 00:10:20.840 like, life isn't roses and candy. It's not. And also, this 154 00:10:20.879 --> 00:10:22.759 is a fantasy world with dragons. That, Dude. That's also blows my 155 00:10:22.799 --> 00:10:26.080 mind. People that freak out about that ship. I'm like, it's not 156 00:10:26.759 --> 00:10:31.000 it's not real. Yeah, none of it's really, like the whole the 157 00:10:31.039 --> 00:10:35.240 whole gay character star wars saying was like what if that's what they are? 158 00:10:35.600 --> 00:10:39.480 Like that's what there's. Like. People pitched about bill burr because he had 159 00:10:39.559 --> 00:10:43.120 his his, you know, Boston accent and when the episodes of Mandalorian he 160 00:10:43.159 --> 00:10:46.360 was in, and I'm like yeah, and other people speak with British accents 161 00:10:46.360 --> 00:10:52.240 and other people speak with Scottish Act who gives a fuck? Like he was 162 00:10:52.279 --> 00:10:58.080 also really good it's most random ship people complaining, like I'm like, the 163 00:10:58.159 --> 00:11:01.039 gay thing always pissed me off. It's because, I'm like, what if 164 00:11:01.080 --> 00:11:05.120 that's how they reproduce? Yeah, what if we're weird? Yeah, like, 165 00:11:05.200 --> 00:11:07.519 you can't. You don't fucking know, man, you don't know. 166 00:11:07.200 --> 00:11:11.919 Well, the people were bitching about, you know, gay and Trans and 167 00:11:11.399 --> 00:11:15.200 people of Color in this new Lord of the ring series, which looks terrible. 168 00:11:16.159 --> 00:11:18.720 Yeah, it looks. I saw it a post on twitter and it 169 00:11:18.799 --> 00:11:22.000 looks really fucking bad. And they put so much money into it, I 170 00:11:22.039 --> 00:11:26.840 know, and they really are and they're seeing people say like this looks like 171 00:11:26.879 --> 00:11:28.039 ship and I think they're worried it's just not going to make them any of 172 00:11:28.039 --> 00:11:31.919 their money back. No one's gonna Watch. It could be good, which 173 00:11:31.279 --> 00:11:35.120 it could, it could be great, but the trailers look really fucking terrible. 174 00:11:35.120 --> 00:11:37.679 But Anyway, I'm like they're like, oh, why is this person 175 00:11:37.720 --> 00:11:41.720 black? Or they getting I'm like, this is a show about elves and 176 00:11:41.879 --> 00:11:46.480 ORCS and dwarves and dragons and giants and Troll who gives a fuck? He's 177 00:11:46.519 --> 00:11:50.919 not black, he's called shadow. Like no, it doesn't make it like 178 00:11:52.120 --> 00:11:56.679 what fantasy worlds and that type of ship, like you're putting your own like 179 00:11:56.919 --> 00:12:01.600 boundaries. You're projecting. That's what this is. You're projecting room. They 180 00:12:01.639 --> 00:12:05.120 did the same thing with community. Um. There's the one episode where they 181 00:12:05.120 --> 00:12:09.639 played dungeons and dragons in like the first or second season and Ken Jong was 182 00:12:09.679 --> 00:12:13.320 playing a dark elf. So he painted his body in black paint and put 183 00:12:13.399 --> 00:12:16.440 like fake ears on and she was like, Oh, I'm with Dark Elf. 184 00:12:16.759 --> 00:12:20.399 Well, now they do. You can't watch that episode on like netflix 185 00:12:20.440 --> 00:12:24.919 anymore because everybody bitched and said it was black face. I'm not advocating for 186 00:12:24.960 --> 00:12:28.679 black face, but that wasn't fucking black faces. Playing a dark Elf, 187 00:12:28.840 --> 00:12:33.159 just playing a dark just anything. He was Asian and that doesn't matter who. 188 00:12:33.879 --> 00:12:39.080 Asians do not get Asian. It's in the Bible. Asians do not 189 00:12:39.679 --> 00:12:46.039 get bitched at for doing black those. Only white people can get fired for 190 00:12:46.120 --> 00:12:52.000 doing black face. Yeah, but that's what Bible Corinthians black face. Corinthians 191 00:12:52.360 --> 00:13:01.600 black face. John Three, point six and a half Internet explorer. 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I can understand, because season two moves kind of 208 00:14:11.679 --> 00:14:18.279 slow and it seems like not a lot happens in one and from episode to 209 00:14:18.360 --> 00:14:20.240 episode, but if you watch them all back to back, I'm on board. 210 00:14:20.320 --> 00:14:22.279 It's like a really long movie. Yeah, but, yeah, I 211 00:14:22.440 --> 00:14:28.240 can understand if you were watching this like like one and well, this Netflix, 212 00:14:28.279 --> 00:14:31.039 so all got released at a time. But I think people bitch because 213 00:14:31.039 --> 00:14:33.799 they waited so between seasons. Oh Yeah, Oh, yeah, that I 214 00:14:33.799 --> 00:14:37.799 can totally see. Yeah, that I can totally see. Um, but 215 00:14:37.879 --> 00:14:41.279 yeah, no, it's great. I Love I love Sean Aston. Bob 216 00:14:41.440 --> 00:14:46.080 Bob is great. Um, well, how how? What episode were you 217 00:14:46.320 --> 00:14:50.919 so I just finished the one where he and one owner rider jump in the 218 00:14:50.919 --> 00:14:56.440 hole to pull hopper out and will is having a seizure in a pumpkin patch. 219 00:14:56.799 --> 00:14:58.519 That's where and it ends with him shaking. Yeah, that's that's the 220 00:14:58.519 --> 00:15:03.039 one. I Fini. I finished that one today. Yeah, I know. 221 00:15:03.279 --> 00:15:05.080 Um, I mean, I'm loving. I'm loving how we're still learning 222 00:15:05.080 --> 00:15:09.279 more about eleven. Um, I like how they I like the way they 223 00:15:09.639 --> 00:15:13.879 did her coming back. Yeah, UM, because when they kill her, 224 00:15:13.919 --> 00:15:16.480 because when she quote unquote dies at the end of season one, I was 225 00:15:16.519 --> 00:15:20.600 like wait a minute, wait, I know she so I knew she came 226 00:15:20.639 --> 00:15:22.960 back, but I like how they just kind of cut, they cut to 227 00:15:24.000 --> 00:15:26.720 the bullshit. Partially the reason why I got back into stranger things was because 228 00:15:26.720 --> 00:15:33.279 everybody's talking about it. I saw a scene on on facebook. I was 229 00:15:33.320 --> 00:15:35.519 like that's filmed amazingly. Well, Oh really, I was like, I 230 00:15:35.519 --> 00:15:39.440 wouldn't rewatch this. Okay, that's I was like. I got back into 231 00:15:39.480 --> 00:15:41.799 it. I just I just finished that scene I saw. I was like 232 00:15:43.039 --> 00:15:46.519 yeah, it's Dustin's the M v P. Dustin is the best Steve. 233 00:15:48.200 --> 00:15:52.039 Which one Steve? Steve Harrington Hair, oh, he's growing on me. 234 00:15:52.240 --> 00:15:58.720 Yeah, because he's such a Dick. Then he redeemed himself. They redeemed 235 00:15:58.759 --> 00:16:00.240 him at the end of season one, which I was glad they did. 236 00:16:00.279 --> 00:16:04.200 I'm glad he ditched the friends because they suck. Um, it's I feel 237 00:16:04.240 --> 00:16:08.720 like the writers for Lucas and Mike Flip flops, because in season one lucas 238 00:16:08.759 --> 00:16:14.440 sucks and Mike is. Mike's fine, and then a season two Lucas is 239 00:16:14.440 --> 00:16:18.120 cool and Mike fucking sucks. I can't remember what Mike doesn't season. He's 240 00:16:18.120 --> 00:16:21.519 just a dick to everybody, and I think part of it because he misses 241 00:16:21.679 --> 00:16:25.519 l but he's just Oh, yeah, yeah, to everybody. Um, 242 00:16:25.799 --> 00:16:30.120 I hate their dad so much because he's just so checked out of everything. 243 00:16:30.679 --> 00:16:34.200 Oh, Mike's Dad. Uh, yeah, Mike and Nancy's Dade. He 244 00:16:34.240 --> 00:16:37.840 really is. So he just fucking annoyed. But Dustin's the M v P. 245 00:16:38.320 --> 00:16:45.080 Oh, Dustin was like a Great Land Landaus about the dude. I 246 00:16:45.120 --> 00:16:49.799 was step pissed me off so much I was like God damn it, fuck, 247 00:16:49.960 --> 00:16:52.559 because I didn't think I was gonna see the cat. I thought I 248 00:16:52.559 --> 00:16:56.440 was gonna see him eating the turtle. Remember, he takes yurtal out and 249 00:16:56.440 --> 00:17:00.799 he's like you're getting you know, as soon as they said she said something 250 00:17:00.840 --> 00:17:03.160 of the cat before the scene. Have you seen? What's her what's his 251 00:17:03.240 --> 00:17:07.519 face like? No, as soon as the mom said, have you seen 252 00:17:10.400 --> 00:17:11.599 the cat? Oh, I didn't even put two and two together. I 253 00:17:11.640 --> 00:17:15.359 was it didn't. It didn't click with me. Um, but then I 254 00:17:15.440 --> 00:17:18.680 was like Oh, fuck, yeah, Um, but yeah, no, 255 00:17:18.759 --> 00:17:22.079 it's gets great. I guess I'm almost done of season two. Um, 256 00:17:22.119 --> 00:17:27.480 I love what they're doing with hopper and and L UH and UH. I 257 00:17:27.559 --> 00:17:30.039 just yeah, I forgot how good an actress, uh went on, a 258 00:17:30.079 --> 00:17:33.759 writer is. She's great. She just got she just got in trouble for 259 00:17:33.799 --> 00:17:36.680 doing she just, you know, stealing ship from sears and shouldn't have done 260 00:17:36.680 --> 00:17:40.079 that just like why? I think she just had a problem. She was 261 00:17:40.119 --> 00:17:44.400 a Klepto. She got off on it. Um. So, yeah, 262 00:17:44.440 --> 00:17:48.599 so that to watching that and UM, ship keeps coming out about fucking warner 263 00:17:48.640 --> 00:17:52.519 broom. Um, it's one of the directors, I guess, went to 264 00:17:52.559 --> 00:17:59.880 go stabbed a child. Yeah, he put his Dick repeatedly and he was 265 00:18:00.039 --> 00:18:00.960 trying, I guess he was trying to go see if he could just like 266 00:18:02.440 --> 00:18:04.240 go through some of the footage and stuff and see what he could save. 267 00:18:04.519 --> 00:18:10.839 The servers have been wiped. Why? Like like like the stuff that all 268 00:18:10.880 --> 00:18:12.720 the bat girl stuff was stored on. He went to go see if he 269 00:18:12.720 --> 00:18:15.920 could like pull some of the footage or some images, and all that all 270 00:18:17.000 --> 00:18:22.079 been erased. What? Yeah, so, I I was telling a buddy 271 00:18:22.119 --> 00:18:25.519 minus that it feels like they're trying to avoid a snider cut situation again. 272 00:18:26.559 --> 00:18:30.799 Yeah, they're trying. They're just they're just getting rid of it. Yeah, 273 00:18:30.160 --> 00:18:33.720 the temptation. Yeah, but then apparently they there they worked out some 274 00:18:33.799 --> 00:18:40.519 deal with with Matt Reeves where they want him like as they're like like we 275 00:18:40.559 --> 00:18:42.319 want you kind of being the guiding light for what we do going forward with 276 00:18:42.359 --> 00:18:47.720 DC, which I'm fine with because I fucking love the Batman, but I'm 277 00:18:47.759 --> 00:18:51.359 just like, you waited too long. Not even that, just like what 278 00:18:51.400 --> 00:18:56.599 the funk are you guys doing over there? The Batman's good, but then 279 00:18:56.720 --> 00:18:59.640 not that, like that's going to change the entire universe. Well, I 280 00:18:59.640 --> 00:19:02.799 don't thought that. We reads perspect I don't know if they wan't necessarily want 281 00:19:02.880 --> 00:19:04.559 him to like take over the Justice League ship so much as just kind of 282 00:19:04.599 --> 00:19:08.839 be like, be like, because like Christopher Nolan after the dark knight stuff, 283 00:19:10.160 --> 00:19:15.240 like was a consulting producer on like man of steel. Well, that's 284 00:19:15.240 --> 00:19:18.720 the returns of steel, BBS, like all that stuff. He's got his 285 00:19:18.799 --> 00:19:22.240 name attached to that, saying with like with like the marvel stuff. Like 286 00:19:22.319 --> 00:19:26.079 Jon favre is a consultant on every fucking M C U movie. You see 287 00:19:26.079 --> 00:19:30.160 his name in the fucking credits of all of them. So I think they 288 00:19:30.240 --> 00:19:33.160 kind of want him to be like that. They might even try to make 289 00:19:33.200 --> 00:19:37.799 him as kind of almost like a Kevin Five, because they don't have anybody 290 00:19:37.839 --> 00:19:41.279 like that. They're so I don't know, I don't know, but but 291 00:19:41.440 --> 00:19:45.400 man, like imagine, like, I mean Kevin. That's so much undertaking. 292 00:19:45.759 --> 00:19:48.000 It is, but you still need a person to do that, because 293 00:19:48.039 --> 00:19:52.799 even star wars even has that with Kathleen Kennedy. Whether or not she's doing 294 00:19:52.799 --> 00:19:56.559 a good job is up for discussion. But Kevin, I mean they just 295 00:19:56.680 --> 00:19:59.759 marvel has done it perfectly to a tea. Yeah, they just they need 296 00:19:59.799 --> 00:20:03.039 some one who's willing to do the time and knows the material and is willing 297 00:20:03.079 --> 00:20:06.799 to do the work and do the research, rather than they ha hates comics. 298 00:20:06.839 --> 00:20:10.839 Now, oh he's gotta yeah, he fucking has to, because I'm 299 00:20:10.839 --> 00:20:14.720 sure he's just has people coming to him all the time with with issues and 300 00:20:14.799 --> 00:20:15.839 collections and all that, like, what about this one? What about this 301 00:20:15.839 --> 00:20:18.680 one? What about this one? But at the same time, I mean 302 00:20:19.400 --> 00:20:23.440 he knows what the funk he's doing. Yeah, he's crushing it. So 303 00:20:23.599 --> 00:20:30.160 we'll see. Thor Disney plus day is September eight. That's what's coming out. 304 00:20:30.799 --> 00:20:33.000 Um, well, that's when they're that's when they think a lot of 305 00:20:33.039 --> 00:20:36.039 new stuff, news is gonna get dropped, because that's because that's when they're 306 00:20:36.039 --> 00:20:41.279 putting four, love and thunder on Disney plus and they're releasing this documentary about 307 00:20:41.319 --> 00:20:45.279 the making of Obi Wan. So they think there's gonna be a bunch of 308 00:20:45.279 --> 00:20:49.119 announcements and then also also d d twenty, which is their big convention, 309 00:20:49.160 --> 00:20:55.440 is in a month and a half to so I gotta watch she hawk. 310 00:20:56.799 --> 00:20:59.519 We'll see. Um like that. Like I said last week, that first 311 00:20:59.559 --> 00:21:03.519 episode had nothing for me. So well or no? Do we talk? 312 00:21:03.599 --> 00:21:07.240 Do we talk about it last week? No, because it was after it 313 00:21:07.279 --> 00:21:10.240 was it was on after we did the show last week. No. Yeah, 314 00:21:10.279 --> 00:21:12.279 the first episode of She Hik is not good, just flat out. 315 00:21:12.279 --> 00:21:17.559 It's not good. Um, like her, her and Bruce's cousins, I 316 00:21:17.640 --> 00:21:21.440 totally fucking buy, like super into that love that. Give me all that. 317 00:21:21.599 --> 00:21:25.279 But everything else, like just the jokes weren't funny. Um, it 318 00:21:25.440 --> 00:21:30.559 was super like it's super fast, like they just were blow through all this 319 00:21:30.559 --> 00:21:33.079 story like she's she, she is she hulk in the first like seven minutes. 320 00:21:33.799 --> 00:21:38.960 Yeah. Now, granted it's being told as a flashback, but we 321 00:21:40.079 --> 00:21:42.319 still get to her getting the halt powers and changing and all that in the 322 00:21:42.319 --> 00:21:47.039 first in under ten minutes and they just kind of rush and I'm like, 323 00:21:48.279 --> 00:21:52.759 you've got nine episodes, take your time. But now the stuff with her, 324 00:21:52.839 --> 00:21:56.200 her and her and Mark Ruffalo is great, but I feel like they 325 00:21:56.200 --> 00:22:00.720 should have dropped like two or three episodes, because is nine of them, 326 00:22:00.880 --> 00:22:03.920 and I know they moved it to Thursday so that it wasn't overlapping with and 327 00:22:03.200 --> 00:22:07.039 or, but I'm like, take your time, come on, like, 328 00:22:07.920 --> 00:22:11.640 we'll watch it. People will watch two and a half episode our episodes of 329 00:22:11.720 --> 00:22:18.160 stranger things. They will watch a slightly longer TV show. Yeah, so 330 00:22:18.279 --> 00:22:22.640 well, Miss Marvel is my thing next, and then once I finished stranger 331 00:22:22.640 --> 00:22:25.960 things, I'll do miss marvel real fast. It'll be easy to do fast. 332 00:22:26.000 --> 00:22:27.359 I mean the episodes. There's only six episodes and they're like thirty five 333 00:22:27.400 --> 00:22:32.839 minutes each. I'll finish that fast. and Um, breaking, probably you're 334 00:22:32.839 --> 00:22:38.359 you're you're doing breaking bad again. Then she hawks like one of the last 335 00:22:38.359 --> 00:22:41.119 things I want to watch right now. That's fine. And the internals. 336 00:22:41.160 --> 00:22:44.880 I still refused to watch the interns until I absolutely need to. Yeah, 337 00:22:45.200 --> 00:22:47.039 I'm telling you right now. I'll let you know when you need to. 338 00:22:47.200 --> 00:22:51.880 Right now, you don't need to. This is not important. You saw 339 00:22:51.960 --> 00:22:55.200 four, love and thunder right now. Not yet. No, not yet. 340 00:22:55.240 --> 00:22:59.039 Okay, Um, you don't need to see it for that. I 341 00:22:59.079 --> 00:23:00.039 was I was trying to think, no, you don't need to. You're 342 00:23:00.079 --> 00:23:03.400 good, um, but stick around for the last post credit scene. That's 343 00:23:03.400 --> 00:23:07.920 a'll say. You'll. You'll know why when you see it. Um, 344 00:23:07.000 --> 00:23:10.880 yeah, Miss Marvel is good. It's fun. It's just it's a fun 345 00:23:11.400 --> 00:23:14.519 family show, like it's really like you can tell it's made for a younger 346 00:23:14.559 --> 00:23:18.680 crowd, but it's fun. I mean good, good, how about kid 347 00:23:18.720 --> 00:23:21.039 watch it with me? Well, and also you can. Honestly, I 348 00:23:21.119 --> 00:23:25.680 learned a lot watching it because it delves a lot into like Pakistani and Muslim 349 00:23:25.680 --> 00:23:27.440 stuff, and I was like, Oh, I'm learning things. Yeah, 350 00:23:27.599 --> 00:23:33.400 that's cool. That sucking. Why? Don't know what other show is coming 351 00:23:33.400 --> 00:23:37.720 out here soon. I'm just like, Um, I don't no, Um, 352 00:23:37.759 --> 00:23:41.240 I'm stuck on like watching kids shows and my kid in the morning. 353 00:23:41.640 --> 00:23:45.759 Yeah, watching something called Miss Rachel. I've heard of Miss Rachel. Yeah, 354 00:23:45.880 --> 00:23:48.799 yeah, well, you know, turn on PBS. Keep me in 355 00:23:48.880 --> 00:23:53.160 the job. You guys are always have fun. True, we're not going 356 00:23:53.240 --> 00:24:00.160 to have money. We're never gonna have sucking money. Sometimes life can give 357 00:24:00.160 --> 00:24:03.000 you the raw deal, and that's where dope comes in. 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Well, that's why they made the youtube kids like the kids APP, 373 00:25:11.519 --> 00:25:15.039 which is literally just all the yes, because on on Youtube now, 374 00:25:15.039 --> 00:25:18.079 when you upload a video you have to specify if it's made for kids or 375 00:25:18.119 --> 00:25:22.880 not, because all the stuff that is gets funneled just onto the kids APP 376 00:25:22.920 --> 00:25:26.680 and yeah, kids, parents can turn that on, not worry about them 377 00:25:26.720 --> 00:25:30.799 accidentally finding something they're not supposed to and they can just go fucking entertain themselves 378 00:25:30.839 --> 00:25:33.839 while mommy has another glass of wine. Yeah, or like in your case, 379 00:25:33.880 --> 00:25:37.359 it's like, yeah, you just need them to just be occupied for 380 00:25:37.359 --> 00:25:41.319 a sex so you can do something else. Oh yeah, watch, it's 381 00:25:41.440 --> 00:25:44.400 Rachel. Yeah, Mass Rachel. When I have to do dishes real fast, 382 00:25:45.240 --> 00:25:47.559 US like look, we did, we did, when we when I 383 00:25:47.559 --> 00:25:49.759 was growing up, my pants just used to beat me. That's conscience. 384 00:25:51.440 --> 00:25:56.079 They're like Hey, what? I was like twelve, like that. Jesus, 385 00:25:56.319 --> 00:25:59.240 he ran over me because he's in a wheelchair. With this car, 386 00:25:59.480 --> 00:26:03.799 so we had one of those like portable like DVD players you get set up 387 00:26:03.799 --> 00:26:07.359 in your car. From we took like one of car trips and ship and 388 00:26:07.400 --> 00:26:10.839 we actually had one. It was really cool. It had two screens, 389 00:26:10.880 --> 00:26:12.599 like one for because we had a minivan, so one for the Middle Section, 390 00:26:12.680 --> 00:26:17.640 one for the back, and you could put in two different DVD so 391 00:26:17.759 --> 00:26:19.440 that the kids in the middle, the little ones, could watch like the 392 00:26:19.440 --> 00:26:22.960 fucking wiggles or some ship and then me and my brothers in the back would 393 00:26:23.000 --> 00:26:26.319 watch, you know, like last Samurai or something like that. Yeah, 394 00:26:26.519 --> 00:26:32.319 the lasting Um, I don't know. It's weird like as an as like 395 00:26:32.359 --> 00:26:34.240 a parent, like I kind of don't want I feel bad when I like 396 00:26:34.319 --> 00:26:37.480 have miles watched TV. I feel awful, but I'm like I need to 397 00:26:37.480 --> 00:26:42.400 get this and like it's it's not. It's not bad if it's educational, 398 00:26:44.079 --> 00:26:48.160 educational and in like bursts. Yeah, you know, it's it's the ones 399 00:26:48.200 --> 00:26:51.440 who just are like where the it's not like you're making the TV the babysitter. 400 00:26:51.720 --> 00:26:53.279 Yeah, you know, but yeah, you've they've got you got to 401 00:26:53.279 --> 00:26:57.240 do something to occupy their attention. So you can do the dishes or as 402 00:26:57.279 --> 00:27:00.319 long as you're not saying here, go Ms Rachel while I go fuck the 403 00:27:00.359 --> 00:27:04.920 maid. I mean that's I'm coming. Hold on, that's some schwortzenegger level 404 00:27:04.960 --> 00:27:10.519 ship right there. Yeah, I just it just just one of those things. 405 00:27:10.519 --> 00:27:11.319 I was like, I don't know like it feels. It makes me 406 00:27:11.319 --> 00:27:14.559 feel like a bad parent when I do that, but I'm like yeah, 407 00:27:14.640 --> 00:27:18.200 but like how is am I going to get this? I don't think it 408 00:27:18.200 --> 00:27:19.799 makes you it makes you a bad parent. It doesn't. It just makes 409 00:27:19.799 --> 00:27:22.880 me feel like I feel like every parent goes through that well, because it's 410 00:27:22.920 --> 00:27:27.319 because there's so many things out there that that pushed that agenda that if you 411 00:27:27.400 --> 00:27:30.920 let your kid watch anything, you're a bad parent, or the idea of 412 00:27:30.960 --> 00:27:37.559 reducing children's screen time. It's like, yes, these are obviously every like 413 00:27:37.680 --> 00:27:41.200 anything, it's fine in moderation. I feel like we let him watch like 414 00:27:42.319 --> 00:27:45.960 thirty minutes a day. When I when I was growing up in the nineties, 415 00:27:47.000 --> 00:27:51.640 we during the week we were allowed one hour of screen time and we 416 00:27:52.000 --> 00:27:56.440 didn't have smartphones and all we had was TV, video games and a game 417 00:27:56.440 --> 00:27:59.440 boy, and then on the weekends it was two hours. And then as 418 00:27:59.440 --> 00:28:03.119 we got older, like in our teenager my parents were like, okay, 419 00:28:03.759 --> 00:28:06.640 you know, during the week it's still like an hour or two hours, 420 00:28:06.680 --> 00:28:10.759 but like on the weekends, you're you're you're grown, who cares? But 421 00:28:10.799 --> 00:28:14.160 it's gotten to the point to now like Miss Rachel's background music for when I'm 422 00:28:14.200 --> 00:28:19.400 at home and nobody else there. This is horrible. Um, I can 423 00:28:19.480 --> 00:28:22.240 recommend some stuff that the kids like, that's still around, that he might 424 00:28:22.279 --> 00:28:27.480 be into. He loves Miss Rachel, blippy blippy. Uh. There's there's 425 00:28:27.480 --> 00:28:32.160 a lady named Lori Burtner, who she she's a musician. She just writes 426 00:28:32.240 --> 00:28:37.319 kids songs and the kids fucking loved them. Loved her. Lori burkner. 427 00:28:37.680 --> 00:28:40.799 I think I've got a couple on my phone from my for my Godson all 428 00:28:40.920 --> 00:28:44.680 up. But yeah, I mean there's, there's all that out there. 429 00:28:47.640 --> 00:28:51.720 Honestly, if you had to pick one, kills, which is fine lyrically 430 00:28:51.920 --> 00:28:55.720 they're fine. So we started making it having them listen to guard, then 431 00:28:55.799 --> 00:29:00.400 I'm gonna have some concerns. But or dying fetus or for Anal cunts, 432 00:29:00.440 --> 00:29:06.920 which are actual band names, folks. Yeah, UH, anal counts. 433 00:29:06.960 --> 00:29:11.720 That's by far my favorite. Goat horror. Go goat horrors, one horror. 434 00:29:11.920 --> 00:29:17.400 Yeah, honestually sounds like a badass battle name a little bit. Yeah, 435 00:29:18.240 --> 00:29:22.839 we're gonna attack like goat horror sounds like a house you would encounter in 436 00:29:22.880 --> 00:29:26.319 game of thrones, House of Your House. Goat horror sounds like a character 437 00:29:26.440 --> 00:29:33.079 Christian Bale would play, or Christian Bale or Um Timothy Olli, fine, 438 00:29:34.559 --> 00:29:40.240 one of those hardcore method actors, and then Christian Bale would start yelling at 439 00:29:40.240 --> 00:29:44.319 a guy on set for for messing with the lights, and fuck, what's 440 00:29:44.319 --> 00:29:48.279 his face? The actor that you never know is that he's so good at 441 00:29:48.279 --> 00:29:51.359 acting that you don't realize Gary Old, Gary Old, yeah, who? 442 00:29:51.599 --> 00:29:55.440 Who? I swear little finger looks like Gary Old. He does it is 443 00:29:55.599 --> 00:29:57.400 I keep having to tell myself that's not Gary Old. I can see. 444 00:29:57.480 --> 00:30:00.559 I could see that being Gary Old, totally. Yeah, but I'm also 445 00:30:00.559 --> 00:30:03.279 pretty sure I'm Gary Oldman and I just don't know it because he's such a 446 00:30:03.279 --> 00:30:07.319 good act. Garry old one doesn't even know who Gary Oldens doesn't interview. 447 00:30:07.359 --> 00:30:11.720 So what's the Real Gary Oldman like? I don't know anymore. His real 448 00:30:11.799 --> 00:30:15.640 name is yard young man.