A podcast about television and entertainment news by David Allen, John Berwick and Kyle Bridger; too many hosts with exactly the same opinions. Every week we review and recap the big episodes of the week and everything in between!
DR320: Home Alone: The 30th Anniversary Podcast Special
In this week's special episode David, John and Kyle discuss and break down the 1990 Christmas family comedy film Home Alone in celebration of the film's 30th anniversary.
We break down the film scene by scene and finally decide who was tortured by Kevin more: Marv or Harry. We also discuss some behind the scene facts and wild conspiracy theories fans have made since the film premiered. Directed by Chris Columbus, Home Alone was released November 16th 1990 by 20th Century Fox and stars Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, John Heard and Catherine O'Hara.
This episode was originally streamed on November 23rd on our Twitch channel and can be replayed on YouTube. For more movie podcasts like this check out our discussions of Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Die Hard and Road Trip. Also be sure to follow us on Twitter or Instagram!
DR319: A Teacher Series Premiere and The Crown Season 4 Premiere
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the rise of a baby name first pitched on Seinfeld (1:45). We also discuss the passing of Alex Trebek and who may replace him as host of Jeopardy (7:40). Next, we review the series premiere of A Teacher from FX on Hulu (20:10) and the season four premiere of The Crown entitled "Gold Stick" (33:10) Finally, we reveal who the listeners think drafted the best 90's streaming service last week (45:45).
This episode was originally streamed on November 17th on our Twitch channel and can be replayed on YouTube. You can hear our review of The Crown season three premiere or the full TV draft from last week by clicking either link. To get in touch with us follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
DR318: Building a 90's Streaming Service: A TV Draft Game
In this week's special episode David, John and Kyle hold a draft to see which host can build the best streaming service with shows that all premiered in the 1990s. Which host will have the best show picks in the five categories of comedy, drama, reality/animation, nostalgic and wildcard?
This episode was originally recorded on October 27th and streamed on November 10th on our Twitch channel. You can also watch the full video draft replay on YouTube. To get in touch with us and most importantly vote on which host won the draft head to this Twitter poll!
DR317: The Undoing and How To With John Wilson Series Premiere
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss some updates from Borat Subsequent Moviefilm including a GoFundMe for one of film's stars (1:35) and how Kazakhstan is using a Borat catchphrase for their tourism ads (6:05). We also discuss how users may not own their Amazon Prime Video purchases forever (10:30). Next we review the series premieres of The Undoing (20:25) and How To with John Wilson (35:35). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been individually watching recently (47:45).
This episode was originally streamed on November 3rd on our Twitch channel and can be replayed on YouTube. You can hear our review on Borat Subsequent Moviefilm by clicking here. To get in touch with us and find out when we are recording follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
DR316: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and Big Brother 22 Finale
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the streaming service Quibi, which launched in April, is shutting down (1:50) and how Spectrum Originals is basing a new series on the coronavirus pandemic called "The Second Wave" (15:00). We also review Sacha Baron Cohen's second Borat film entitled Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (19:55). Finally, Nick Boyle from The Good, The Bad & The Watchable podcast joins David to discuss Big Brother 22 including the big finale (39:50).
This episode was originally streamed in two parts on October 27th and October 28th on our Twitch channel and can be replayed together on YouTube. You can hear our thoughts on the Big Brother 22 premiere by clicking here. To get in touch with us and find out when we are recording follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
DR315: Helstrom Series Premiere and The Trial of the Chicago 7
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle react to the Dexter limited series revival news (1:45). We also discuss how a fake robbery for NCIS: New Orleans led to the real cops arriving at the scene (12:30) and how a cameo in Adam Sandler's Hubie Halloween led to someone losing their job (18:30). Finally, we review the series premiere of Hulu's Helstrom (25:20) and Netflix's Aaron Sorkin film The Trial of the Chicago 7 (34:05).
This episode was originally streamed on October 20th on our Twitch channel and can be replayed on YouTube. You can listen to our review of Aaron Sorkin's other directing credit Molly's Game by clicking here. To get in touch with us and find out when we are recording follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
Customer ReviewsSee All
A biased oppinion.
As audio engineer for this podcast, I am forced to listen to Dave and Kyle every week. They do a pretty entertaining show, but the real party starts when that handsome John fellow comes on.
Fun recap of everything pop culture!
I really enjoy these guys and their chemistry! They breeze through news topics, shows and movies like you’re listening to a group of friends hanging out.
Everything you could want in a podcast. Those guys get along like three peas in a podcast.