Our first ever Mini-Episode focuses entirely on all the HUGE news from this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego! Hear the Jerks’ takes on the trailers for Dr. Strange and the X-Men spinoff series Legion, plus the big news about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Black Panther, Thor: Ragnarok (Gladiator Hulk!) and Brie Larson being cast as Captain Marvel. They’re also taking a look at the trailers for Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman and Justice League, plus breaking down the news about the new Star Trek TV series, Discovery! It’s Comic-Con-a-licious!
The Jerks remember Pat Summitt, break down why Andrew Luck deserves his big contract (Or does he?), and all the money thrown around in NBA free agency. Plus, why Justice League might actually be a fun movie, the online freak-out over Captain America’s big HYDRA non-turn and a lightning round of geek movie news. Those Two Jerks — worth at least the NBA league minimum!
After YEARS of coverage and discussion, the Jerks FINALLY saw Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. What did they think? Find out in our extended, very special episode!
The Jerks break down the Super Bowl matchup, debate Peyton Manning’s place among the all-time greats, make some fun of Pete Rose’s Hall of Fame consolation prize, and discuss whether LeBron James is officially a coach-killer. Plus, all the news on the Wonder Woman movie, DC Films’ Justice League Universe, and which movie trailers you should look for during the big game. T2J: The Double-Decker Chili Cheese Fries of podcasts!
It’s an Independence Day spectacular! The NFL suspensions aren’t news anymore, the Lakers’ rebuilding plan includes some fratricide (of the professional kind), and Reebok needs a web team that can spell. Plus, those new Batman v. Superman photos, Marvel Studios’ take on Spider-Man, the “new” Ghostbusters uniforms and proton packs, and why Fireworks Guy and all these suddenly passionate Dukes of Hazzard fans piss us off. Those Two Jerks: Where the pyrotechnics come from anger, not gunpowder!
The Jerks break down a trailer which destroyed the Internet (Star Wars), and one which mildly rearranged some of the Internet’s knick-knacks (Batman v. Superman). Also, Adrian Peterson’s reinstatement, the New York Mets in first place, and Pongo’s review of Rocky 5…thousand! Those Two Jerks: Once You Understand a Reference, It Is Yours to Keep!
Lots of fours in this episode! Wrigley Field isn’t finished in time FOR Opening Day, rumors about the Eagles trading FOR Johnny Manziel, and it’s not much longer beFORE NBA games actually matter. Plus, we hope FOR Suicide Squad to be good, talk about how FOURking cool the Deadpool marketing is, give Marvel whatFOR about their “big” Avengers announcement, and try to figure out FOR what reason Ric is now trading virtual Star Wars cards! We don’t want to FORce you to listen, but if you don’t we’re going to keep making these FOUR references FORever.