In their 30th episode, Mike & Rob discuss the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake and safety procedures, UFOs and aliens, Star Wars and Halloween costumes!
Mike & Rob discuss the new David Fincher film, 'Gone Girl', a few other films briefly, then get into some music talk that takes up most of the rest of the episode before briefly visiting a couple of viral web videos... and then they talk about healthy and unhealthy food completely out of the blue.
This week, Mike & "Ron" finish reviewing the new U2 album and check out the new AC/DC song, talk about a possible Iron Man 4 movie, the new CW TV shows, 'Gotham' and "The Flash" and then revisit some early 1980s cartoon theme songs. Can't beat that!
In this week's episode, rather than not making a new episode at all, due to conflicting schedules, Mike & Rob find a new way to make an entire episode worth of material from different places around the globe (well, all within a 10-mile radius, though). They discuss a classic "would you rather" scenario, devise ways to get Rob fired from his job and frame him for murder, and then have a lengthy discussion about the good, the bad and the ugly regarding horror films. Enjoy!
Mike & Rob discuss the misbehavior of certain NFL players, the history of a pretend holiday and discuss the popular attitude towards the having the new U2 album forced into your iTunes software... and then review the album. Well, the first half of it, anyway. Then Rob leaves. I guess you don't even need to listen to the show now... you've pretty much read the entire breakdown right here. So why bother?
Mike & Rob are joined by über fan and long-time friend, Kristin White, for this extra long, extra discordant episode. They talk about the announcement of the new iPhone 6, the surprise release of the new U2 album, and about movies, of course. Kristin also talks about her kids... a lot.
And then, just when you think it's over, the show goes on for another 25 minutes.
This week, Mike & Rob discover that you can stream live video of yourself while recording a podcast! The trick is getting people to actually tune in and watch! They discuss, again, many things about movies, music and TV, take questions from listeners, re-present an opportunity for listeners to suggest an awesome and original way for the guys to do their ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and then find out that technology can sometimes... well, suck.
Mike & Rob spend most of this week's episode answering questions from the listeners, talk about their experience at a recent rock concert, and then get into the discussion about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Dive in!
This week, Mike gives Rob a late review of the most recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie (and tries to mention a few positive things), Rob explains to Mike what a typical vacation at Lake Tahoe is like for him - and they even get a quick call from Rob in the future! Then they answer a few questions from the listeners, and get into some more Stephen King novel talk... this time getting a little into his latest novel, "Doctor Sleep", the sequel to "The Shining" (which, of course, leads to more talk about the Stanley Kubrick film). THAT'S ALL!
The entire episode (save for a sidebar about the new Ninja Turtles movie we still haven't seen) is a celebration of the life and works of the great, late Robin Williams, who died on the day of this recording. He will be missed.
Gotta admit, this one is very loose and free-form. Mike & Rob discuss movies ("Guardians of The Galaxy"), O.J. Simpson, weigh the pros and cons of doing heroin, (just kidding - it's all cons. Drugs are bad, kids!) and then get specific about why current music is so lame. ENJOY!
The guys go deep taking an email from an alternate universe, take questions from listeners, cover some movie trailers and other news from Comic-Con '14 (including Mad Max: Fury Road, The Hobbit 3, Sin City 2, and The Simpsons season 26), shill out for a new sponsor, and then work really, really hard to invent "New Rulez Baseball"!
Mike & Rob discuss the great Mötley Crüe concert ticket debacle of 2014 (and then reminisce about past concert ticket debacles), check out Mike's "Best of Metallica" playlists on Spotify, go on an epic "Grammar Police" rant, featuring a full analysis Weird Al Yankovic's new hit song and music video "Word Crimes", take on a couple movie quote challenges from listeners, explain some technical aspects of the making of Back To The Future II, and then wrap it up with a little bit of Stephen King talk. Check it out!
This week, Mike & Rob get back to basics and just cover some interesting new stuff. Rob recounts his weekend excursion to San Diego for the annual "Over The Line" tournament, Mike explains a little bit about his work on the set of a couple commercials, they play a game of "Random", and then discuss movies (22 Jump Street (2014), Jersey Boys (2014), Don Jon (2013), The Langoliers (1995) and Escape From Tomorrow (2013)), new music (Pink Floyd, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and 'Weird Al' Yankovic), sports (MLB Home Run Derby & All-Star Game) and some recent news (the 6 Californias and Comcast Customer Service).
The boys have a special guest in-studio this week - a friend from the old high school days - and they discuss a variety of things before playing the "Last Man Stanton" game from the "Doug Loves Movies" podcast and discuss how an immigrant gains American citizenship.
Mike & Rob get into Simpsons Trivia, tell the tale of the making of their first short film, get into a discussion about 'The Shining', discuss some Star Wars Episode Vii news, advertise for a new sponsor, have a visit from special guest "Bane", and talk about Rob's sex-change operation.
In this episode, Mike recounts his near-death experience, the show has its first-ever sponsor, Sylvester Stallone calls in, and Rob is challenged with a game of "Mötley Crüe Or Not Mötley Crüe".
In this episode, Rob & Mike (aka "Mike & Rob") start playing some new movie trivia games, discuss Rob's search for Bigfoot, and take questions from the fans.
Mike & Rob talk about stuff for approximately an hour.
Damn! Off-script again! Mike & Rob just go to TOWN talkin' about all sorts of shizzle with no plan or direction! (It appears now that thais might be the best way to go.) But if you MUST know what they discuss, they get into Legos and model cars, the glory of the original Dodge Viper - they go OFF on politics for some reason! - introduce The Grammar Police, talk Oakland A's baseball, and then do a couple movie reviews! Classic pod!