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.
Everything's coming up Logan! Episode 43 welcomes special guest Prescott Perez-Fox, a web/graphic organizer and host of The Busy Creator podcast.
The menu for Episode 43 consists of an ample serving of Logan's opening weekend, a side dish of Thor: Ragnorok set photos, a sorbet of Star Trek tidbits, and a sundae of Jurassic World 2 pictures.
PLUS: A special audio (and video!) clip of Hugh Jackman providing extra Wolverine grunts and sound effects.
PLUS PLUS: Beauty and the Beast already dominates the Fandango box office.
Hello poppets! We're skipping across the pond for Episode 42, where we feature fellow podcaster Oliver Keane of the Say Something Podcast. Olly brings a wealth of film knowledge with him to the show, along with some tips for Patrick's British accent.
Our trio hops, skips, and jumps through the week's news clips, touching on rumors for Jurassic World 2, cast additions to Wreck It Ralph 2, a teaser trailer for Deadpool 2, and Big Band Theory cast pay cuts.
PLUS: Olly shows off his impressive American accent.
PLUS PLUS: Patrick shows off his...Ringo Starr...impersonation?
Steve Harvey joins us as my guest host for Episode 41, and I couldn't be mo--wait..what?!? There's been a mistake? I have to do the show with Patrick? BAH!
Together, we run down the surprises and snubs from last night's telecast of the Academy Awards, while Patrick attempts to earn himself a nomination with all of his wonderful celebrity impersonations (including Steve Harvey, Muhammad Ali, Harrison Ford, Casey Affleck, Bill Cosby, Patrick Stewart, Daniel Craig, Daniel Radcliffe, & Tom Hanks).
PLUS: Han Solo spinoff cast, a new Chewbacca, and Willy Wonka gets the Honest Trailer treatment.
PLUS PLUS: Patrick reveals a deleted scene from the first season of Game of Thrones.
It's Oscar time! And high time to decide who will come out on top, who will get the shaft, and who will make a timely political speech onstage (hint: it's probably not going to be Meryl this time...I mean, I like "Florence Foster Jenkins" and all, but she's not favored to win).
Plus, we'll chat with podcaster Shane Dakan (hint: rhymes with bacon) about green land mammals, disc golf, and raising children (which may or may not be his own).
Patrick is MIA this week, so Kate's assembled a duo of hosts to fill in while he's gone! Steve Weiser (Erie Philharmonic) and Brian Hannah (WQLN Radio) join her to chat about movie mash-ups, remakes, spoofs, and spoilers!
We'll take a look at the PistolShrimps mash-up trailer of Beauty and the Beast/Harry Potter, along with the new teaser for the Baywatch remake. We'll take a peek into Pandora: World of Avatar at Disneyworld, and listen to a new track from the LEGO Batman Movie.
PLUS: A Star Wars spoof is in the mix!
PLUS PLUS: Kate shows off her rack and her new t-shirt.
Behold! The Gods hath gifted mankind with a magnificent bounty. Verily I sayeth, friends: Queen Bey hath conceived of twin miracles.
Beyoncé's pregnancy announcement isn't the only thing we'll be talking about in Episode 38. We've got the scoop on an addition to the Harry Potter Exhibit in London, the new Zords in the Power Rangers movie, a possible Deadpool/Wolverine crossover, and Robert Englund's return as Freddy Krueger.
Hold on to your pants, 'cause the episode gets more shocking from there: Snagglepuss comes out as gay, Ben Affleck steps down as the director of "The Batman," and tasty spoilers start to surface for Season 7 of Game of Thrones.
PLUS: Patrick makes up his own plot for "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."
PLUS PLUS: Kate develops a rough script for the Deadpool/Wolverine crossover film.