Nine decades ago, “The Eighth Wonder of the World” made his debut and made such an impact (both literally and figuratively) that we are still riding the shockwaves. Mike, Mike, Ashley, and the award-winning artist Mark Maddox explore the introduction, inauguration, and inheritance of the King of the Apes. All
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Mike and Mike have a late-night chat with actress/casting agent/producer Laura Willoughby who reveals what it’s like to be on both sides of the camera and promotes the upcoming Bedford International Film Festival, a strong supporter of independent filmmaking. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek Girl’s Take and Shout
After nearly fifty years, the Electric Mayhem finally have their own series, can you picture that? For sure! Mike, Mike, Alex Autrey, and Felt Nerdy’s Charles and Veronica probosculate and prolificize the absotively, posilutely groovtastical group formerly known as The Good Times Happy Trails Super Smiles Fun Band (TGTHTSSFB for
Recorded live! Mike and Mike celebrate their landmark 700th episode with Jen Schleusner, Channing Sherman, and a bunch of listeners to discuss the current state of Geekdom. All this, along with Shout Outs. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at and
Screenwriter Bennett Yellin briefly steps away from the picket line to chat with Mike and Mike about growing up around the magic of Hollywood, meeting the Farrelly brothers, working on Dumb and Dumber, as well as supporting the current writers strike. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek Girl’s Take
The MCU’s lovable losers face the music as they reach the last track on the epic playlist. Mike, Mike, Ashley, and Jeff Dwoskin take one last ride to Knowhere for a spoiler-filled review of the final chapter in James Gunn’s tremendous trilogy. Plus, Michelle’s thoughts on the recently announced 2023
Need help navigating through the treacherous summer movie landscape? Mike, Mike, Ashley, and Matt Sweatman guide you through the epic battle for box office supremacy and predict the hits, the flops, and potential surprises. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek Girl’s Take, Michelle’s Iconic Rock Moment, and Shout Outs.
All good things must come to an end as the crew of the Enterprise 1701-D reunites to save the galaxy one last time. Mike and Mike offer no resistance as they assimilate with Earth Station Trek’s Keith, Charles, and Veronica to review Picard’s final season. All this, along with Angela’s
Lone wolf Din Djarin and his cub Grogu are back with their sites set on the home planet of Mandalore. Mike, Mike, Ashley, and Jay Sherer take a deep dive into the Living Waters of season three. Plus, Michelle’s Iconic Rock Moment and Shout Outs. We want to hear from
Time to remake history! After thirty years the Quantum Leap accelerator is back in action. Mike Faber, Michael Falkner, and Mike Ehmcke discuss if the current continuation is leaps and bounds above the original classic series. All this, plus Shout Outs. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always
When folks are trippin’, they get the munchies! Mike, Mike, Cheryl Gendron, Tyra Burton, and Rebecca Davis reveal their choices for bites better than ones served at any drive-thru. Also, Zack Howard stops by to tell all about his new Kickstarter Moonshine Bigfoot’. Plus, Ashley’s Box Office Buzz and Shout
Mike and Mike chat with author and podcaster Aaron J Peve about his new children’s book as well as taking on divisive topics on the B & W Show. Plus he faces something deadlier than a charging rhino in the Geek Seat. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek Girl’s