What's the difference between a monster and a maniac? Josh and John tackle modern monsters and the question... what makes a monster? Take a stroll down memory lane of our favorite monsters or the not so scary movie that made John want to sleep in his parent's room.
This is a MONSTER of an episode! We couldn't even fit it into a single episode! John and Josh discuss classic movie monsters, everything from vampires to the wolfman, Nosferatu to the Monster Squad, and everything in between. They also debate whether the world should establish hard rules governing our monster lore.
Game shows are great, but has their time come? The Price is Right, Jeopardy, and Wheel of Fortune are the biggies. John and Josh explore those favorites along with other possibly less known game show, their stars, and their prizes.
There are great finales, mediocre finales, and just plain bad finales. The end of a show can be the end of an era or it can leave a bad taste in your mouth that could spoil the rest of the experience. Josh and John cover it all along with upcoming and possibly reboots of fan favorites.
On an annual basis nerds migrate across the country to attend a variety of conventions. Why? What is so cool that people would stand in line for hour and hours for mere moments of enjoyment? If you have you to ask you don't deserve a ticket!
It's a bird. No! It's a plane. No! It's a parade of actors trying to mark their place in history as he best Batman. Deep voices, campy catchphrases, butt shots and rubber nipples, makeup covered mustaches, sinister villains, silly villains... John and Josh cram it all into a 30 minute episode.
Theme songs can solidify a TV shows mark on history. It is a catchy and easily repeated jingle that encapsulates the feel of a TV show. Oh sure "actors" and "story" might help... but the song is where it’s at! BONUS: Stick around until the end to hear even more idiocy.
Do you ever outgrow toys? Many of us exchange our plastic trinkets for big boy toys like cars and homes... others... still collect toys. John and Josh discuss their memories of nostalgic toys, deals gone bad, and even first kisses.
When to spoil and when not to spoil, the age-old question. John and Josh discuss the psychological damage of having your favorite TV show or movie spoiled. Also, if you get bored try the new drinking game, take a drink when we say the word "Spoiler".
TV has changed and so have the shows. Some say "You couldn’t make that show today!" But are we just thin skinned or have we become better people? Don't want to hear our opinions... change the channel!