Derek, Edwardo, The Beard, and Hudds talk Disney + and all the content. Have seen Imagineering? We also talk about the Marvel Expanded Multiverse potential and much more!
Derek and Edwardo are back briefly before Thanksgiving to talk about Derek's health scare and to have some non spoiler Mandalorian discussion and the new Disney + streaming service. Derek and Ward discuss casting for Dr. Doom, were Marvel to explore enveloping that and other properties into the Marvel Universe somehow. Top picks are triplets, Javier Bardehm, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Clive Owen.
Bree joins Derek and Edwardo for the second annual Halloween themedish episode. We talk about spooks, vsco girls, and work in the morgue. Skin slippingly fun as Bree shares her new career beginnings as a funeral home employee. Also, Edwardo doesn't care for Jenny Slate's Netflix special. Surprised?
Derek is back, joined by Edwardo, The Beard, and Hudds. On this episode we talk about the new movie "The Joker," as well as the DC comic universe as it pertains to the CW multiverse and upcoming Batman fare. All this, plus get your undercooked pork handy for trichinosis inducing chuckles as we share our thoughts on the democratic race for the 2020 presidential election
This episode has lots of feelings. What kind, you may ask? Tune in and find out. The Hudds joins Edwardo and The Beard once again while Derek is out another week. The guys maintain an adult style theme far enough ahead of Edwardo doing questionable things with a rubber chicken to talk about the local city council and their fiscal irresponsibility. We also discuss a man filing a suit over the "X-Men" 90's Cartoon theme song, the rampant STD epidemic and much more.
The Hudds joins Edwardo and The Beard for another great episode. We talk about the strange casting of Jay Leno for ABC's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge ride at Disney Land, plus Netflix's "Explained" featuring our pending doom. We also talk movies, TV, and mortgages. We're very much adults. Now here's some Afghan Hounds that look like people that look like Afghan Hounds.
With Derek out this week, Edwardo helms the ship with the help of brothers Rick and Chris Huddleston to discuss many of favorite child stars from our day. We do some of that, but mostly other things, and that's okay. We go down many rabbit holes, watching some trailers and clips along the way. It is quite the joyous occasion of random nostalgia that can only be found on the Time Spent Poorly Network.
On this show, the gang discusses their top five worst super hero movies. Rick Huddleston joins Edwardo and Derek on another fine episode of Basement Boyz 2. Derek has done his research and has a thoughtful argument for the discussion while Edwardo and Rick phone theirs in by comparison. Speaking of phoning it in, Josh Elliot from episode 56 calls to present his argument. Political arguments don't get this heated. We also talk movie and TV reboots. 90210, Luke Perry, Aladdin, The Lion King, The Jungle Book, and more.
With only 8 more shows until we put a pin in Basement Boyz 2, we welcome Peter Brill once again to the show. Derek and Peter discuss WWE nostalgia. Derek has some nerdy streamer news, plus we touch on his comedy show. Peter watched a movie! We discuss how some motivational speakers are infecting higher education and the professional workplace.We also talk more health and nutrition, plus Mars or bust: humor needed.
On this, the 57th episode of Basement Boyz 2, we welcome Edwardo’s brother-in-law Jason to the show. We talk about the Super Bowl that wasn’t and the party that was. We also talk about the FBI, DNA, and cryptocurrency. All this plus Michael Bolton goes to sleep down under. Kenny G could not be reached for comment. At the end of the show Edwardo and Jason dip into the archives of the orginal Basement Boyz unearthing Jason's first appearance from 2008 on the show where his MySpace poem is read. Waaaay back. Beware, 2008 Edwardo gets cringe.