In think week’s thrilling edition, Dave and Keith discuss Hitler’s triumphant return to TV sitcoms (Really, this is a thing that’s happening). This gets Keith revved up on one of his pet peeves: People who get the definition of Fascism all wrong. Keith worries that he might lose a Mancard for being excited about Fuller House on Netflix. And of course the worst Valentine’s Days we’ve ever had.
Dave Stripling and Keith Conrad are producers for rival Chicago morning radio shows, but that doesn’t mean they can’t get along. This forbidden friendship is a lot like West Side Story, except with less finger-snapping.
While he was appearing at Universal Orlando’s “A Celebration of Harry Potter” event, Rupert Grint, a.k.a. Ron Weasley, told The Huffington Post he thinks Ron and Hermione’s marriage wouldn’t have lasting power. Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad discuss the potential problems with the Weasley’s relationship. Also, if a love like that can’t last, what hope is there for the rest of us?
These days it seems all the rage to bring back popular shows for a new, albeit limited run. The X-Files a resurgence, plus later this month Netflix is bringing back Full House and now there is news that they will also be reuniting The Gilmore Girls as well. Elliott and Keith have a few other ideas for shows that need a comeback.
Plus, in a statement almost guaranteed to make Elliott’s head explode, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder has responded to critics of his movie by saying the Man of Steel version of Superman is “true canon” and his simply doesn’t understand why some people didn’t like it.
Each week Keith Conrad and Chicago’s Top Geek Elliott Serrano debate a controversial topic in contemporary geekery: Kirk vs. Picard? Was Douglas Quaid dreaming in Total Recall? No topic is off limits.