Cult Classics – Blue Mountain State

Gimme a Hell! Gimme a Yea! Stand up right now if you enjoyed the drunken shenanigans of the BMS Mountain Goats back in the day. After originally airing on Spike TV back in 2010, the show picked up cult status after hitting Netflix during my college years. If you didn’t know, the show is now streaming on Amazon Prime which prompted my first rewatch in … Continue reading Cult Classics – Blue Mountain State

The Mandalorian S1 Recap and S2 Primer

12 months ago, I preordered Disney+ for one singular reason… The Mandalorian. As a lifelong Star Wars fan, I was anxiously awaiting this Jon Favreau produced series that followed the origins and creed of my favorite Trilogy Character, Boba Fett. I mean the guy had the coolest armor, the best ship, and was simply put, a bad ass. Following in the footsteps of the MCU … Continue reading The Mandalorian S1 Recap and S2 Primer

The Best Moments of Ted Lasso’s Suprising First Season

How often does someone see a commercial and think, “You know what, that would make a great tv show.”? In 2007, we saw the Caveman TV show, which spun off from the Geico Cavemen commercial, crash and burn after just one season. This shouldn’t suprise anyone. Nick Kroll did his best to get the ratings to improve but there just wasn’t much interest. Then, in … Continue reading The Best Moments of Ted Lasso’s Suprising First Season

A.P Bio — You wish you had Jack Griffin as a teacher

Alright everyone, start shutting up now. We’re here to talk about Peacock’s (NBC Universal’s streaming service) hidden gem, A.P. Bio. For all you Always Sunny fans out there, this should be your next binge. Glenn Howerton and creator Mike O’Brien just aired their 3rd season after surviving a cancellation from NBC. (Thank god for streaming) Dr Jack Griffin (Howerton) is a disgraced Harvard Philosophy professor … Continue reading A.P Bio — You wish you had Jack Griffin as a teacher

The Mystique of Obstacle Course TV

Raise your hand if you grew up playing “Floor is Lava” with your siblings. Keep your hand raised if you’ve subsequently broken something or hurt yourself playing. Queue little brother crying for Mommy. Netflix recently released their game show version of this classic game last week and I have mixed feelings about it. One one hand, they did a great job of sticking to the … Continue reading The Mystique of Obstacle Course TV

If you were stuck on Oceanic flight 815, Which character would you want sitting next to you?

Lost employed one of the largest ensemble casts in network TV history. With over 100 main and recurring characters, the production team was able to spin an enormous web of overlapping storylines spanning decades and reaching the entire globe. We’re not here to answer the big Lost questions. Was it all real? Were they in Purgatory the whole time? Did they ever try to make … Continue reading If you were stuck on Oceanic flight 815, Which character would you want sitting next to you?

Space Force Review

Yesterday, Elon Musk and SpaceX successfully launched Americans into Space, becoming the first commercial entity to ever do so. One day prior, Greg Daniels’ Space Force was released to Netflix. The former was a smashing success. Doug and Bob have successfully attached their capsule to the ISS and the Falcon 9 rocket landed itself safely back on Earth. (For those wondering, reusable rockets can save … Continue reading Space Force Review