Coke and Pepsi, Star Trek and Star Wars, Josh Nichols and John Odermann... some of the most iconic versus challenges of all time. So which is better and does it really matter? Is it just up to personal preference or is there a superior
Magicians... love'm or hate'm they are here to stay. Some people hate being tricked while others love being lost in the illusions. John and Josh talk about magicians, favorite tricks, and the lie of magic.
We explore the "classics"... Disney classics that is. Disney has become a household name. The movies are for adults, children and even jerks... EVERYONE watches Disney movies. John and Josh discuss their favorites Disney classics.
From Tony the Tiger to the every changing KFC Colonel. Changed mascots, great mascots, annoying mascots... John and Josh discuss the best and worst.
Forgotten celebrities, off the radar celebrities, and some just off the rails. Josh and Josh tax their brains to remember celebrities they once knew but have since forgotten. Celebrities comes and go and this will likely be the first of my "Where are they now" episodes.
John and Josh jump into the deep end discussing the phenomenon of celebrity crushes. In this "tell all" episode find out who your hosts fancy. Listen as two teenagers in men's bodies drool over their microphones.
Are cryptids real? Is cryptozoology a sham? How easy is it to prove such shenanigans. We talk about some of the most popular cryptids, Teddy Roosevelt and John nearly chokes on popcorn as well... soooo yea... good show.
John and Josh discuss with "flights" of fancy at "super speed" to determine the "strength" of the best super powers and the "invisibility" of inferior ones. Ultimately, the best super power is the ability to insert pithy puns in quotes within descriptions. POW! BAM! BURN! John and Josh discuss with "flights" of fancy at "super speed" to determine the "strength" of the best super powers and the "invisibility" of inferior ones. Ultimately, the best super power is the ability to insert pithy puns in quotes within descriptions. POW! BAM! BURN!
Josh and John's friendship is on the rocks again... why? Kong: Skull Island. The two debate the merits of that movie along with others in shared universes. Do we have to mash up everything or can some concepts just stand alone? Do the shared story lines give more meaning in the end? Tune in and find out... or listen to us ponder at minimum.
Can we possibly open our minds to opinions in contrast to our own? It's human to surround oneself who believe in your world views but in the age of the internet it's hard to escape our own understanding of what we believe. John and Josh talk into microphones... and hope you listen.