The Jerks give their takes on this year’s Baseball Hall of Fame class (and Ric’s personal connection to one of the inductees) and the return of the XFL. Plus, with all the reboots coming to TV, the Jerks discuss which series they want rebooted, and a look at the great new Netflix series The Toys That Made Us, and a look at which toys made the Jerks! T2J – Made by toys and comics, fueled by nerd rage!
The Jerks discuss why HBO’s Hard Knocks can make you love and hate your team, the latest on national anthem protests in the NFL, and lighter gloves for the Mayweather-McGregor fight. Plus, Patty Jenkins’ fight to get equal pay to direct Wonder Woman 2, the Star Wars and Gremlins sequels in development, and why Ric hates sleep. T2J: As reliable as a cable TV repairman, but funnier!
It’s an episode full of delusions! Whether it’s RGIII’s delusions of greatness, Adrian Peterson’s convenient memory, James Harrison’s delusions about youth sports, or Hollywood’s delusions about a post-apocalyptic Zorro movie, the Jerks are all over it. Plus, some strange Batman v. Superman news, and the guys plan the slate of Nintendo movies. Those Two Jerks: The Sultans of Snark!
You can send a probe to Pluto for less than what it costs to build a new NFL stadium, but you can get this episode for free and learn about both! Plus, a recap of the MLB All-Star Game, the Jerks riff on The Espys, and the latest on Fedor Emelianenko’s comeback. We’re also talking about Warner Brothers’ contempt for the very Suicide Squad fans whose money they want, Jesse Eisenberg’s sense of “hyperbole,” and we examine how the hell this Last Starfighter television series will incorporate virtual reality technology. It’s Jerk-tastic!
LeBron’s junk shows up on national television, an ‘AFC Finalist’ banner shows up in Indianapolis, some relatives show up on the Phillies’ draft board, Kurt Busch’s ex shows up in a federal investigation, and Fabricio Werdum shows up as UFC”s newest champ. Plus, a superhero shows up in the cast of Ghostbusters, the Batmobile shows up at a licensing expo, Marvel is NOT showing up at Comic-Con, and a telegram shows up in the Jerks’ mailbag. Those Two Jerks: The ravings of madmen, but funny!