Terrorism is defined in over a hundred different ways, with dozens of different justifications. This week the guys discuss the utility of differentiating international vs. domestic, understanding terrorism through different media, radicalization, and more lighthearted subject matter.
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity, and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly-awakened
The Red Pill. Incels. Femoids. Chads and Stacies. This is the language of a world Harry and Donovan hover over in observation, but refuse to descend upon. Through the cloud of misunderstanding they lock arms and seek to find an answer, together, before they die of smoke inhalation.
*SPOILERS* This episode contains Spoilers for the beginning for Star Trek Discovery In this episode, the guys toss each other two examples of extreme status quos in media. First, Harry takes a look and groans at Star Trek’s final episode “Turnabout Intruder”. Then, Donovan flinches and peeks through his fingers at three episodes from Black … More The Possibilities of Storytelling
With the recent revelations of sex abuse in Hollywood, the guys hash out where such predatory mindsets come from.
In the first of a future sub-section of episodes determining how the future might come to look like we’d like it to, Harry and Don discuss Gender Equality and how to cure the various venoms that make equity between the races harder to swallow.
The guys have a bonus round of discussion topics concerning current events. Topics include… … More Catch-All: Sex, Race and Politics
FAMILY GUY is a show both Harry and Donovan grew up with, and it continues to this day. In adulthood, the two seek to discern just exactly what’s the source of the series’ bizarre attitude towards women, and Seth MacFarlene’s style of humor at large. … More What’s up with Seth MacFarlane’s Sexism?