The World Wide Web celebrated 30 years last week, and we'll dial-up some early internet memories. A new Avengers Endgame trailer is out, and Darth Taxus asks for one-word reactions to some of the some of the scenes. There is news of a new animated series surrounding Marvel's "What If" comics, so we come up with some of our own storylines. Finally, we'll react to a Twitter debate about Yoda that included Frank Oz before Darth Taxus creates his own Yoda debates. It's not St. Patrick's Day anymore, but it was on our recording date. So, expect a few references to marshmallow cereal and gold.
It's 2019, and it's time to catch up on new movie talk and get Darth Taxus to quit writing "2018" on his checks! We'll discuss our reactions to Into the Spider-Verse and Bumblebee. Since we're in a reviewing mood, Taxus reads us a variety of liners from other reviews, and we have to connect it to the correct movie. Finally, we'll discuss the new information that was released (or squeezed out) about bathroom habits at Hogwarts.
It's Thanksgiving week, so our show is FULL of food, turkeys and geeks. In other words, Darth Taxus is turning Jeff and Regina into turkeys and letting Scott shoot at them. When that's not happening, Regina and Scott are serving Jeff geek-themed Thanksgiving dishes. Along the way, we'll discuss some Star Wars Galaxy's Edge news and take time to remember the great Stan Lee. We'll also make some Rotten Tomatoes predictions on some December movies.
ADVISORY - Some themes discussed in this week's episode might be unsuitable for younger audiences.
Disney Plus has officially been announced, along with Loki, Scarlet Witch and Cassian Andor TV shows. We'll react to those and come up with programs that should NOT be in the Disney streaming service. Speaking of Disney, they've teamed up with Google Home to provide music and sound effects for storytime. So, we'll tell some weird stories and see what sound effects come out of them.
Want something completely different? Okay, we give you that almost every week, but today it's a host shakeup! Scott steps into Darth Taxus's chair, and Dan Zehr (Coffee With Kenobi) steps into Scott's contestant chair. This week, topics include the a new Toys 'R Us store concept, cancellation of Iron Fist, James Gunn writing Suicide Squad 2, Star Wars-themed candles, Star Wars Resistance reactions and a Holiday Special Mandalorian weapon. All that, plus a Star Wars Holiday Special trivia game!
If you haven't seen Black Panther yet, the numbers indicate you might be one of the only ones. We've all seen it, so we discuss it in this week's episode. Don't worry, the cat themes don't stop there. They hang around as we discuss The Last Jedi deleted scenes, the early reviews of Jessica Jones, the future of the MCU and more. So join us as the cat gets petted and the Scott gets clawed in this week's Geek Supreme.
The Last Jedi Blu-Ray Deleted Scenes Revealed
Marvel Makes Plans For More Movies
Jessica Jones Season 2 Early Reviews
The Muppets and The Cobra Kai are coming back, so we have to make it weird. We'll discuss the rumored Muppet return to television and decide which Muppets would merge to make scary offspring. Daniel and Johnny are back in a new YouTube Red series, and we figure out the best and worst things that could happen in the Cobra Kai show. Aquaman seems to have had a really good test screening. So, does that mean is character is "cinematic"? We'll discuss that, as well as some of the new details about the Star Wars hotel. Join us for those discussions as well as a game of WWRS (What Would Regina Say) since Jenn is stepping in for Regina.
Muppets Will Get a Reboot Series
Aquaman Test Screenings Are Postive
Mark Millar's MCU/DCEU Theory
New Star Wars Hotel Images
Jenn Murray steps in for Regina this week, and that means she's playing for her (No pressure). She'll step into a Geek Supreme game loaded with news quizzes, Muppet Babies, Oscars and a mini-store. First, we'll try to make sense of a new study that claims it determined why people like/dislike the MCU and the DCEU. In a retro part of the show, we'll discuss the new Muppet Babies cartoon and clear up Scott's Skeeter confusion. We'll also talk about a man's mini-model of an old video store. Finally we'll talk about the blockbusters that The Oscars snubbed and try to predict Black Panther's Rotten Tomatoes score. There's so much fun to be had here, you might just say, "Oh god!"
Tiny Replica Video Store Offers Tiny Nostalgia
Blockbusters The Oscars Missed
New Muppet Babies Features New Character
Study Claims It Knows Why Marvel Movies Are So Successful
The Geek Supreme competition is back with a new round of questions. Should Marvel create their own convention? How scary was that New Mutants Trailer? How scary was that Last Jedi Trailer? Does Emperor Palpatine need to be greased up? (Wait, how did that question get in there?) Listen to find out, and try not to throw up a little.
The New Mutants Trailer
Kevin Feige Wants a MCU Convention
The Last Jedi Trailer 2
The Geek Supreme
Darth Taxus challenges hosts Scott Murray, Jeff McGee & Regina Davis in a battle for geek talk supremecy.