Born out of a night filled with confusion about movie directors names, fictional characters fighting real life actors, and arguments about superheroes, Kevin and Erica decided it would be funner to record these conversations and subject others to them. With little to no knowledge on how to do this they stumbled, fought, cried, and hugged until they finally figured it out (kind of). Twice a month they sit down to discuss things in pop culture, old and new, in an extremely layman way that will make true pop culture geeks facepalm themselves into a concussion.
Eric Findley RIP – Part 2
Erica’s first time meeting Eric and Stephanie, Evil Dead, House of a Thousand Corpses, Mr. Bungle
Skip to 13:35 if want to skip the beginning
Eric Findley RIP – Part 1
On December 28th, Kevin’s brother died, suddenly, in a motorcycle accident. So many of my interests, books, movies, TV, music and more can be directly connected to him. I’ve been struggling to find a way to express myself so these podcasts are dedicated to his life and how much he influenced me through arts and entertainment. I talk a lot in the beginning in a kind of “eulogy”, but you can skip to 22:00 if you wish not to hear that portion.
Eulogy, Red Dwarf, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The Ruburns
PCI 082: Infinity War
A level 3 meth-head gets magical powers…oh, and we bought a car! We explore the world of the Rajneeshees’ with the Netflix series “Wild, Wild, Country”. Lastly, our super long discussion of Avengers: Infinity War. Did we both survive?
PCI 081: Emerald City Comic Con Part 2
Continuation of our Emerald City Comic Con recap with little elevator talk at the beginning. Exciting!
PCI 080: Emerald City Comic Con Part 1
Part 1 of 2. Our cat hates kids. Kevin rolls the dice on a new anime called Kakegurui. And for our finale, a recap of our trip to Seattle for Emerald City Comic Con.
PCI 079: Black Panther
If you had an intro song what would it be? Erica and Kevin have their answer (and then a more honest answer). Erica has lots of feels for a new anime, “Yuri On Ice”, which leads to a long geek out about marching band and drum corps memories. We finish it off with a gushing review of Blank Panther.
I just want to hang out and eat potato salad with them.