Let's all breathe a collective sign of relief: the first wave of Wonder Woman reviews are highly positive! (And that's good for DC, seeing as how Justice League is undergoing reshoots, but that's a different story!)
The good news continues in Episode 53 with special guest Michael Haas, who brings a new character to the table: Manuel the UPS Guy.
PLUS: Patrick and Michael explain A.I. created paint colors.
It's time to kick off the gigantic summer movie with an over-sized episode, featuring the Jock and Nerd podcast team!
Imran and Anthony join Kate and Patrick to discuss the most anticipated summer films of 2017. The quartet begins with a look at the Murder on the Orient Express cast, new trailers for Defenders and Inhumans, and reverential homage for the 2017 inductees into the Video Game Hall of Fame.
Patrick pits Kate and Imran against Anthony's jock expertise in an athletic game before the panel ventures into in-depth looks at Guardians 2, Alien: Covenant, Pirates 5, Wonder Woman, and more summer films!
PLUS: Patrick attempts to com bine an impression of Bill Cosby with Johnny Depp.
You may want to retrieve an air freshener: there's a lot of fartleking in Episode 51 with special guest Sean Burton. Wonder Woman's armpit hair comes under fire, along with a remake of the Gong Show starring Mike Myers. The trio also tackles the age old question: who was the best Batman?
Later in the episode, Patrick and Sean square off in a fitness term challenge, Kate debuts her Pikachu impression, and a special Fate of the Furious/Mario Kart parody derails the hosts into laughter.
PLUS: There's wrestlers in this episode!
Did you know Dumbledore was Jewish? Or that Bane was a close cousing to Sean Connery? According to our impressions in Episode 50 they were!
Kate and Patrick take a closer look into the Kingsman: The Golden Circle's trailer, debate the pros and cons of a possible Will Smith casting as the Genie in Disney's Aladdin remake, and ruminate on a possible title for Avengers 4.
PLUS: The duo mulls over just what exactly Dumbledore was telling Harry at Hogwarts.
Prepare for a Battle Royale of celebrity impressions in Episode 49 with special guest Chris Hernandez of the Casting for Two podcast!
We've got updates on Carrie Fisher's status in Episode IX, Sylvester Stallone's cameo in "Guardians of the Galaxy 2," and new rumors about Disney World's Star Wars Land and hotel experience.
PLUS: You'll hear Marlon Brando, Eric Cartman, and Chevy Chase during an "Impression Off" featuring Patrick and Chris.
We're kicking off Season 2 right with fellow podcaster Tyler Omichinski from Onder Radio! It's a Jedi-Palooza in Episode 48, which is ripe with teasers, posters, and rumors surrounding Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.
The trio also takes a magnifying glass to the new Thor: Ragnorok trailer and Patrick tries to define "mjolnir," "Heimdall," and other comic book terms. And, could Daniel Craig possibly be returning to the James Bond franchise? Sources are pointing closer to yes!
PLUS: Tyler schools us on Canadian terminology.
We made it! See, Here's the Thing is officially one year old, and we've assembled a hilarious crew of former guests, listeners & wandering vagrants for our Anniversary Episode.
The festive discussion includes a possible Black Lagoon reboot, a 5th Shrek movie, Boss Baby on top at the box office, and the rumored return of Arnold Schwarzenegger as The Terminator.
Plus, our merry band of comedians play a few improv games, including Common Ground, ABC, Fortunately/Unfortunately, and Sound Board.
Special Guests for this episode include David Mitchell, Rachel & Michael Freenock, Zach Flock, Bill Delozier, Sue Bertholdt, and Julie Lokahi.
Episode 46 is super hero heavy with a look into the rumored Venom movie and the new trailer for Spiderman: Homecoming. The trailers don't stop there, as we'll also take a peak at the Game of Thrones season 7 teaser, the spine-tickling trailer for It, and Disney/Pixar's Coco.
PLUS: Patrick confesses his super villain alter-ego, Accent Man. But not to fear: it's the Daring Decorker to the rescue, citizen!
PLUS PLUS: Wreck It Ralph 2 gets a title, Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunites for 20 year anniversary, and Beetlejuice is getting a musical.
The Nighttime Avengers are here! Batfleck returns this week in a brand new Justice League trailer, while Logan continues to perform extremely well at the box office. Beauty and the Beast sets its sights on toppling Frozen's billion dollar gross, and Robert Downey Jr. signs on to become Dr. Doolittle.
PLUS: A Candy Crush TV game show hosted by Mario Lopez...I'm more excited than Jesse on caffeine pills!
PLUS PLUS: Bigger dragons for Game of Thrones, a Mean Girls musical, and 2 more years of Big Bang Theory.
Who could ever learn to love a (CGI) beast? We could, that's for sure! Tune in to our in-depth review of Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast," featuring our analysis of the voices, new songs, added content and comparison to the animated film and stage musical.
Plus: We discuss a possible Matrix reboot, Pixar's first trailer of "Coco," why Kong: Skull Island irritated us, and Gru's twin brother in "Despicable Me 3."
PLUS PLUS: Patrick devises a new plot line for "Julie's Greenroom" on Netflix.