PCC Multiverse #245- There’s No Time To Die For 007, CSI Hits The Vegas Strip Again, and Is It Agatha All Along For A New Series?

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Melinda and Gerald are back as they’re talking No Time to Die hitting US theaters, What If Episode 9 and some closing season one thoughts, Tick Tick Boom on Netflix, Far Cry 6 and Metroid Dread landing on consoles, what Marvel has in store for WandaVision’s Agatha, and who are you with the return of CSI Vegas! All this and producer/author Steve Rubin stops by on the eve of 007’s return to America to talk about his amazing book, The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia, the Bond movie series, Daniel Craig’s final turn as James Bond, and who he thinks should end up taking the coveted role in the future. We’re shaken not stirred for our latest PCC Multiverse!

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