Edwardo, Derek, Hudds and The Beard are back to of course talk about Ricky Gervais' Golden Globes monologue, the 2020 plague, plus talk about if the likes of Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, and Bruce Willis could have a successful television series. We also forgive Kevin Spacey and Edwardo declares war on bushy eyebrowed women.
Rick Huddleston returns and joins Edwardo and @DerekOnTSPN for this 54th episode of Basment Boyz 2. The boyz talk about the Netflix series Bad Blood. They also discuss the upcoming Avatar movies and whether or not we need them 10 years after the fact. Criminal Minds gets renewed for a final 15th season. Why are procedural dramas such a standard on network? What's the deal with reboots for shows like MacGyver and Magnum P.I.; who are they for? All this and Sony announces a sequel to original Ghost Busters with Jason Reitman in the director's chair. Like Father Like Son? #fingerscrossed
Asher (Cody) Erickson joins Ward and Derek this episode. We talk about Power Rangers, other dated pop culture and Asher quiz Ward and Derek on band names. Are they or aren't they actual bands? We do some questionable internet searches.
Derek and Ward get together to discuss another wide variety of topics, from giving to receiving customer service, their thoughts of betrayal from those they have admired, and much more. Ward covers his Scarywood experience and discusses the inner monologues he recites for bystanders as he drives. Derek unveils their comedy scene ousting from Hogans, and Episode five is teased where we will explore the initial downfall of Basement Boyz in the episode that will be aptly titled "YOKO"
Ward and Derek talk about their pre Basement Boyz fashion sense and delve into the history both before and how Basement Boyz came to an end the first time around.