Welcome to the 110th time we’ve got together to make the thing you’re listening to that we call The Intermission Podcast! Huzzah! This is a very unspecial week! It will be mostly average except for the parts where it is above average, and we couldn’t be more nonplussed about it! Why am I yelling at you so much?! I’m so sorry for that!
So we’re really branching out. We learnt today that we have fans all over the world, including The Vatican! Say what!? After a quick geography lesson, and a story about Guy’s traumatic experience driving with his learners permit, we get into breaking news from AMC Theaters. What’s the friggin’ deal with these lunatics allowing texting in their theaters? We’ve got the lowdown on what’s up.
This week, one of Corey’s birth givers (Jeff?) watched Something called #Horror. Not much to say about that. Josh watched The Toxic Avenger. Craig watched Minions and Pixels. Corey did not watch Pixels. Corey is dumb.
We get a bit distracted by space pants and I’ll be honest, this part was just several minutes of us giggling at a Youtube video, so let’s speed through it.
Another bit of recent news, J.J. Abrams let slip a tidbit of info about Star Wars Ep 7. According to Mr. Abrams, Rey’s parents did not appear in the film. But then he quickly tried to explain that he meant something totally different from what he said. Oh J.J. You scallywag.
Also this week, the trailer for Dr. Strange debuted on Jimmy Kimmel. It’s the newest installation in the Marvel universe of movies. Let’s all give it a gander.
And now for the main event of this episode, a new segment we like to call Ask Guy! You’re gonna love the theme song.Questions for Guy this week include:
- When talking mac and cheese, how do you feel about non-brand name mac and cheese?
- What do you think about rainy days and Mondays?
- Back to front, or front to back?
- Why is it ok to have 7 different people play Batman, but it’s a sin to have women play Ghostbusters?
- Surprise bonus question.
Closing out the show, we have our favorite movies from the year 2010:
- The Town
- True Grit
- The Social Network