Guy loses his mind over some skittles as the show begins. This week is kinda scattered, but there is some theme park stuff, some talk about sweet treats, and Suicide Squad. Also, Craig now has the Movieguys text set up so text 740-578-9269 to get in on the action. Now on to episode 123 of the Intermission Podcast!
Crystal Pepsi is back!
Josh tries an Idaho Spud and it was delicious.
Guy gets glasses and thinks he is on acid. Somehow he drove over here to do this episode, but it is unknown if he will survive the trip home, so say your goodbyes now.
Now after that random conversation, on to some junk food news! Crystal Pepsi is back, baby! Craig makes a bold statement saying that no one could tell the difference between Crystal and the old regular stuff. Guy accepts his challenge. Josh heard the Mcdonalds is switching from high fructose corn syrup to sucrose, and the Movieguys don’t know how to feel about it. And down at the Speedway, there are some red white and blue skittles which does not make Guy as happy as everyone thought. And Craig presents Guy with a little present…
Guy believes that Disney is paying people off to screw DC. Then somehow the conversation turns to Super Soakers and water slides. Then to school buses.Then to movie theater sex. Finally, back to the movie, Josh didn’t think it was put together well. Guy believed that they went with the wrong bad guy and gives long and confusing review. And Craig, having never seen the movie, sums it up: “It lacked direction.” Guy liked the Joker, didn’t like the lack of batman, and got really turned on by Harley Quinn’s ass. Then the guys get into a fight about the weather.
Josh comes up with a rating system to replace the patented Movieguys nipple test. It’s a modified thumb system called MMTS. If you like the movie, one thumb up, if you love it two thumbs up, if you don’t like it one down, if you hate it two down. Here’s where it gets good, if you don’t care about the movie at all, no thumbs, and if you like one part of the movie but not another, one up and one down! It’s genius. So Suicide Squad gets a total of one thumb up and one thumb down.
Ted 2, Stranger Things, and Theme Parks!
Craig watches Ted 2 and then talks about it. Then Guy talks about it with him. Words words words. Then Guy watches Stranger Things and goes all bat crap crazy over it. It’s like Stephen King meets Steven Spielberg.
Guy is going to the Cedar Point to ride the Meanstreak for the last time ever. This sparks a conversation about a new coaster at Kings Island. It is wooden and is promoted as “what’s in the shed?” for some reason. This leads to the topic of “Action Park”. Which gets derailed, then Josh gets them back. It has the highest death toll of any amusement park only being open for ten years. No rules in the entire park, off seas insurance, and a concrete death slide.
Battlebots has been the epitome of awesomeness these past two weeks. Craig explains robot fighting tactics and strategies. Then the guys talk about a Minotaur Tombstone match up. Then Guy makes fun of Craig when he finds out that he is still in the lead. The rest of the guys are as follows: Guy=29, Craig=26, Josh=23, Corey=22.
If you were born five years ago, how old would you be? Guys answer: 26, then 31, then he finally gets it and says 5.